Travel Guide

Lakawon Island Resort

Negros Occidental Travel Guide

Getting to know Negros Occidental   Negros Occidental is one of the country’s most visited province because of its rich culture, history, eco tourism, food and also white sand beaches. It is located in the western side of Negros Island, the fourth largest island in the Philippines with a total land area of 972,607 hectares or …

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Baguio Panagbenga Festival

Baguio Itinerary (2D1N Panagbenga Festival)

Hey guys! recently, me and my friends went to Baguio City to experience Panagbenga Festival. It is a 2days 1night unforgettable trip. I’ve been to Baguio a couple of times but haven’t seen the actual Panagbenga Grand Float Parade and Street Dancing. In this blog post I would like to share to you our DIY Baguio Itinerary. Where …

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Taal Basilica: A Must Visit Church During Holy Week

Taal Basilica canonically known as the Minor Basilica of Saint Martin of Tours is a Minor Basilica in the town of Taal, Batangas in the Philippines, within the Archdiocese of Lipa. It is considered to be the largest church in the Philippines and in Asia, standing 88.6 metres (291 ft) long and 48 metres (157 …

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Ramon Hofilena Ancestral House

Silay City: Points of Interest, Where to Eat, Where to Stay

Planning to visit the beautiful city of Silay? This guide will give you details of the attractions you must visit during your tour to the museum city. Also in this guide I listed some of the restaurants you must try, points of interest and places to stay if you are planning to extend your tour. …

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Sipalay Travel Guide

Sipalay Travel Guide: Top things to do and Where to Stay

Sipalay City is one of the few places you should visit in Negros Occidental if you are looking for a beach. The place offers white sand beaches and crystal clear waters. Brief History of Sipalay Hundreds of years ago “tumandoks” or the natives were the first settlers of the place. They were a Malay and …

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