Fantastic Chef is a fantastic new Korean restaurant in Malate, where you can eat unlimited Samgyeopsal* for the amazing price of just PHP 499! That’s just one of the ongoing promos at the revamped Korean hangout.
San Felipe is much more than the numerous Surfing and Diving locations you can find in the Philippines, although these activities are well catered for and are fantastic, but additionally and uniquely, San Felipe offers the more adventurous traveller in the form of terrific trekking and a unique glimpse into the past heritage of the local Aeta people.
Palawan is one of the best islands in the world. It is not a baseless claim and if we talk about the diversity of life both above and underwater and couple it with beautiful fun-loving people, Palawan would easily beat all the places on the list.
There is a bucket full of superlatives that are time and time again associated with these beaches, but the simple and honest truth is that they are simply stunning and few beaches anywhere in the world can upstage them.
Unspoiled, sugar-white beaches and world-class scuba diving are just some of the big pulls for both local and global travelers; welcome to the holiday brochure paradise island of Palawan.
If you’ve been before to Bolinao, Cabongaoan Death Pool in Anda or maybe the famous Hundred Islands, you may think you’ve “done” Pangasinan. I’d say no. Why? Because you have not 'done' Pangasinan until you’ve checked out it’s more remote, fascinating and unexplored towns.
Pabrika Beach on the far western part of Macaboboni, Agno, Pangasinan; untouched by major tourism. The beach is home to a small fishing village and still retains a magical aura of peace, beauty, and tranquility.
Sepoc Beach is a small part of paradise on this earth and by small it's kinda literal as it is only narrow and you can stroll from one side to another in a few minutes. Part of it is a beautiful white sandy beach looking towards Mindoro and the scuba diving is famous around the world.
Mount Pinagbanderahan or widely known as Mount Gulugod Baboy is a hidden paradise of Southern Batangas that is only three hours away from Manila and features the scenic views of Batangas and Balayan Bay, its magnificent rolling hills and its beautiful grassland. This mountain stands 525 meters above sea level and takes at least an hour of trek to reach its peak.
The trail for this mountain is approximately 10 KM and it will take around 6 to 8 hours to finish depending on your pace. In our case, we started our adventure to Mt Ulap as early as 6AM taking a traverse day hike.