It’s not difficult at all to figure out how Tagaytay has become one of the most popular destinations in the Philippines. Aside from being just a few hours away from Metro Manila, it has three things going for it: the cold, the view, and the food.
Last week, we compiled the 10 best-rated beach resorts in Batangas. A couple of things surprised us: One, that there are a lot of awesome, well-equipped properties scattered around the province; and two — and this is more shocking for us — they are all very expensive. When we averaged
It’s been a year since my last visit to La Union, but I still can’t get it out of my head. Most popular as a surfing destination, the coast of Urbiztondo in San Juan has turned into a beach town, with a number of restaurants mushrooming just along the main
We know South Korea is one of the most popular destinations among Filipinos because there’s not a day that goes by without us receiving questions about getting a Korea visa. Hence, we decided to put up this post. Note that we’re NOT employed by or affiliated with the Korean Embassy
I hate answering yes-no questions with “It depends,” but… it depends. LOL. Depends on what, you ask? On your itinerary: how long you will be traveling in Japan and what your stops will be. You see, the Japan Rail Pass is a complicated thing and there are cases when it
If you’re after a fun and relaxing holiday, Majorca could be the perfect destination for you. This Balearic island nesting in the warm, turquoise waters of the Mediterranean Sea has a welcoming, laidback vibe and is the perfect place to kick back and enjoy.
Over the past couple of years, Masasa Beach has emerged as a favorite hideaway among the Manila crowd. What used to be a best-kept secret has become a go-to weekend destination especially for campers. Although relatively remote, Masasa Beach is quite accessible, even if you’re taking public transportation. If you’re
Last year, we featured the 10 best beaches in Batangas with information on how to pull off a do-it-yourself getaway. This year, it’s time for a little bit of pampering — resorts!
It just gets easier and easier for Filipinos to travel to Taiwan. Aside from the introduction of the e-visa application, Taiwan has also allowed visa-free entry for Pinoys traveling for leisure and business. This process also works for nationals of Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam.
Taiwan is one of those destinations that are easy to brush aside. It’s small, barely a dot in the world map. It’s not recognized by most countries as a sovereign nation. And it’s out of the way, detached from mainland Asia or Southeast Asia where backpacking is on overdrive. It’s