5 Breathtaking Philippine Hidden Paradise

5 Breathtaking Philippine Hidden Paradise

Ever had the problem every vacation of where to go? Almost all of us are looking for a rare place to go that is peaceful, private, and relaxing. While Boracay, Puerto Galera, Pagudpud and others are a too mainstream, you may want to be somewhere you have never been before. Here is some of the hidden paradise of the Philippines…
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Halo-Halo: The Philippine Best Summer Dessert

Halo-Halo: The Philippine Best Summer Dessert

Halo-halo has been the all-time favorite dessert of the Filipinos which in English term means mix-mix. Well, make sense since the dessert is a mix of many ingredients. Halo-halo is so popular that you can buy it almost everywhere especially during summer, but it is actually available all year round since the Philippines is a tropical country. But really, Filipinos…
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Discover the Greener Pastures in Misamis Occidental

Discover the Greener Pastures in Misamis Occidental

From the Northern Mindanao territory of the Philippines bordered by Zamboanga del Norte and Zamboanga del Sur to the west, Lanao del Norte to the south, and Iligan Bay to the east, Misamis Occidental, with pride and honor, proudly gives you its greener pastures and beautiful natural sceneries!   As this may be unfamiliar to some, this article would help…
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Manjuyod Sandbar: The Next Big Thing

Manjuyod Sandbar: The Next Big Thing

The Philippines has truly been blessed with amazing nature with breath-taking landscapes, beaches, and marine resources. With over 7000 islands, you will never run out of new places to discover. Whether you go to Luzon, Visayas or Mindanao – the country has all the best to delight your senses.   On the other hand, one of the most sought out…
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Bahay Kubo: A Home of the Filipinos

Bahay Kubo: A Home of the Filipinos

Bahay Kubo or also known as the Nipa hut is a kind of stilt house of the indigenous Filipino people which became a symbolic icon of the Philippines.   The architectural principles of Bahay Kubo to the many other Filipino traditional buildings and houses that emerged following the pre-colonial era. There comes the “Bahay Na Bato” which shows influences from…
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Festivals from Pagadian City – The Little Hong Kong of the South

Festivals from Pagadian City – The Little Hong Kong of the South

As the Philippines is known to be a country of festivals, Pagadian City has always proved that it is. Other than all the festivals known to many tourists such as the Kadayawan in Davao or the Sinulog in Cebu, there are also those that exist in Pagadian that many should witness.   1.       Pasalamat Festival – celebrated every third Sunday…
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The Good Side of the Tropics: Philippine Tropical Fruits

The Good Side of the Tropics: Philippine Tropical Fruits

The Philippines is a tropical country abundant of fruits that grow in warm areas with a temperate climate or what we know as tropical fruits. Here are some of the best – tasting fruits that can be found in the country.   1. Sugar Apple – also known as “Atis,” this was popularized during the Spanish era. Atis is a…
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North of South: Caraga

North of South: Caraga

On the northern portion of Mindanao, south of the Philippines is the newest and thirteenth region. Through the Republic Act no. 7901, this was made possible where Caraga is composed of five provinces namely Agusan del Norte, Agusan del Sur, Surigao del Norte, Surigao del Sur and Dinagat Islands.   During the early times of Caraga, the settlers were mainly…
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3 Ways To Wear Your Little Black Dress Like Never Before

3 Ways To Wear Your Little Black Dress Like Never Before

The little black dress is a very versatile piece that every woman should own. It is important that you own even just one and don’t worry about wearing it over and over again because we will give you the smart ideas on how to wear your only little black dress in 5 different ways. Promise, no one will recognize that…
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Silvanas: A Taste of Dumaguete’s Buttery-Sweet Life

Silvanas: A Taste of Dumaguete’s Buttery-Sweet Life

We all have that sweet tooth that demands to be satisfied from time to time. Hooray! Dumaguete City – the City of the Gentle People, offers you the best tasting, famous, and very much affordable Silvanas.   Silvanas is a cookie-like San Rival that comes with a creamy and buttery goodness! A box of this product contains ten pieces and…
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