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Things to see in Philippines

Philippines Attractions


Thousands of islands make up the Philippines, where bustling cities, underwater gardens and lushly beautiful landscapes await travellers who seek a textured Southeast Asian adventure. Lovers of surfing, world-class dive sites and the perfect setting for carefree, beach-flopping days can expect all of the above, along with the richest of cultural experiences.

Manila is the gateway to the country, and is home to a fascinating urban energy, as well as marvellous, Spanish-colonial buildings and cathedrals. Visitors will also find wonderful museums. Island hopping around the archipelago carries a storybook feeling, brought on by the delight of sailing teal seas to gorgeous, jungle-like beaches. The country's many remote, unspoilt regions have a different sort of magnetism, and will speak to hikers and adventure seekers.

All things considered, the Philippines has much to offer, though tourists should follow the safety advice of travel experts when visiting.



Bohol

The island province of Bohol lies southeast of Cebu and is one of the loveliest destinations in the Visayas island group.…

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Boracay

Located in the western Visayas, the tiny, butterfly-shaped island of Boracay is a major hotspot for international sun-lovers.…

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Camiguin

Situated on the north coast of Mindanao, the tiny island of Camiguin is renowned for the friendliness of its people.…

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Fort San Pedro

Located in Cebu City's wharf area, Fort San Pedro was the centre of the country's first Spanish settlement. Established…

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Intramuros

Intramuros is one of the oldest parts of Manila. Located on the southern bank of the Pasig River, the walled Spanish…

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Malacañan Palace

The Malacañan Palace is the seat of government and official residence of the Philippines head of state. Situated…

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National Museum of the Philippines

The National Museum and Art Gallery of the Philippines showcases the cultural, natural and historical heritage of the…

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Palawan

The island of Palawan stretches from Luzon towards Malaysia. Thickly forested and accented by coves, beaches, lagoons…

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Puerto Galera

Located on the island of Mindoro, Puerto Galera began as a refuge for Spanish traders in the 16th century. Today, the…

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Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park

The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located in the province of Palawan, and lies about 36 miles (58km)…

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Tagaytay City

Tagaytay is one of the most-visited tourist destinations in the Philippines. Located just south of Manila, the town's…

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The Chocolate Hills

The Chocolate Hills are Bohol Province's most famous tourist attraction, and are widely regarded as one of the top 10…

read more

 


Things to see in Philippines

Philippines Attractions


Thousands of islands make up the Philippines, where bustling cities, underwater gardens and lushly beautiful landscapes await travellers who seek a textured Southeast Asian adventure. Lovers of surfing, world-class dive sites and the perfect setting for carefree, beach-flopping days can expect all of the above, along with the richest of cultural experiences.

Manila is the gateway to the country, and is home to a fascinating urban energy, as well as marvellous, Spanish-colonial buildings and cathedrals. Visitors will also find wonderful museums. Island hopping around the archipelago carries a storybook feeling, brought on by the delight of sailing teal seas to gorgeous, jungle-like beaches. The country's many remote, unspoilt regions have a different sort of magnetism, and will speak to hikers and adventure seekers.

All things considered, the Philippines has much to offer, though tourists should follow the safety advice of travel experts when visiting.



Bohol

The island province of Bohol lies southeast of Cebu and is one of the loveliest destinations in the Visayas island group.…

read more


Boracay

Located in the western Visayas, the tiny, butterfly-shaped island of Boracay is a major hotspot for international sun-lovers.…

read more


Camiguin

Situated on the north coast of Mindanao, the tiny island of Camiguin is renowned for the friendliness of its people.…

read more


Fort San Pedro

Located in Cebu City's wharf area, Fort San Pedro was the centre of the country's first Spanish settlement. Established…

read more


Intramuros

Intramuros is one of the oldest parts of Manila. Located on the southern bank of the Pasig River, the walled Spanish…

read more


Malacañan Palace

The Malacañan Palace is the seat of government and official residence of the Philippines head of state. Situated…

read more


National Museum of the Philippines

The National Museum and Art Gallery of the Philippines showcases the cultural, natural and historical heritage of the…

read more


Palawan

The island of Palawan stretches from Luzon towards Malaysia. Thickly forested and accented by coves, beaches, lagoons…

read more


Puerto Galera

Located on the island of Mindoro, Puerto Galera began as a refuge for Spanish traders in the 16th century. Today, the…

read more


Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park

The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located in the province of Palawan, and lies about 36 miles (58km)…

read more


Tagaytay City

Tagaytay is one of the most-visited tourist destinations in the Philippines. Located just south of Manila, the town's…

read more


The Chocolate Hills

The Chocolate Hills are Bohol Province's most famous tourist attraction, and are widely regarded as one of the top 10…

read more