Water parks are famous in the Philippines because they offer a fun and refreshing way to beat the country’s hot and humid weather. The Philippines
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Nightmares Manila – PH’s newest haunted attraction
There’s always been a lure to the haunted houses and alike. Something that makes us want to go inside and check what’s there, even if we don’t know
Pampanga Province – Where to stay and what to do there?
Pampanga is only a few hours away from Manila. Aside from Clark, a highly urbanized and modern city, you can also visit here for nature trips
Wetpark Adventure Lagoon – First indoor Waterpark in PH!
The Philippines’ sense of a plausible summer depends much on breath-taking beaches, resorts, and colder provinces. In fact, major travel publications have consistently named Philippine islands and
The Dessert Museum – The most sugary place in Manila
The majority of Filipinos have a sweet tooth. For special occasions, something sweet — whether desserts or dishes — must always be on the table.
Bar Hopping in Poblacion, Makati’s Red Light District
Aside from feasting on the best of Filipino cuisine, drinking sessions are an essential part of any celebration in the Philippines. Filipinos can’t seem to
New Manila Zoo – More attractions and upgraded facilities
People visit zoos every day because they adore animals and want to share their enthusiasm with their loved ones. The Manila Zoological and Botanical Garden,
Cloud 9 Sports and Leisure Antipolo City – Great Place for a 360 Degree’s view of Metro Manila Skyline
Rizal is a landlocked province in the Philippines, located in the Calabarzon region of Luzon. Antipolo is its capital city. It is located approximately 16
The Star City – Re-opening of exciting rides in Pasay City
The Philippines is a famous go-to travel getaway. Whether it’s accommodations for a relaxing stay, like resorts and luxury villas or huge shopping malls in the
Manila Ocean Park – A must-visit Oceanarium in Philippines
The Philippines has 7,641 islands, making it one of the world’s largest archipelagos. It’s no wonder that beaches and seafoods are popular in the country.