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  1. Welcome to Cebu! If you have questions concerning Cebu. Just post it here. We'll see what we can do.
  2. The previous thread had been deleted for some reason. So this replaces it. Website: https://www.cityofdreamsmanila.com
  3. if you're looking for a really special place to go and money is no object, consider Nami Private Villas in Boracay. Go to their website for more information Nami Private Villas. I guarantee, you won't find a nicer place to stay at in Boracay. - walanjoe
  4. Price isn't really an issue...Basta wag lang 50k+ a night or anything like that
  5. do you guys know any affordable hotel around pacquiao's city..
  6. ano magandang puntahan pwera pa sa Chocolate Hills? Nakakuha kc ako ng murang tickets from Cebu Pacific eh. Thanks!
  7. Last Holy Thursday (April 21) we went on a trip to Bagac, Bataan to a place called Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar. Here's a description of the place from their website. A living museum of Philippine customs and traditions are re-born in a community typical of the 18th to early 20thcentury Philippines. Historical Principalia or noble class mansions, House of Stone or Bahay na Bato and Wooden Stilt houses that once, were old and decaying architectural pieces of a bygone era and slowly fading into the background of modern urban life are now, restored in a picturesque setting reminiscent of a Juan Luna or Amorsolo paintings. These architectural treasures that have been carefully and painstakingly reconstructed from different parts of the country and rebuilt, "brick by brick" and "plank by plank" now , stand resplendent with pride against a backdrop of majestic mountains, expansive rice fields and a running river that flows to the sea. Currently, there are twenty seven heritage architectures, each full with memories and history. Walking along village cobblestone streets or riding one of the caruajes (horse-drawn carriages) commands a feeling of nostalgia and wonder, romance and appreciation of simple living at its best. At Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar, the legacy of our forefathers and the beautiful Filipino traditions live on. It is a step back into the past, reliving the age- old traditions and practices distinct to our culture, without leaving the luxury and comforts of the modern world. A showcase of Filipino talent, ingenuity and craftsmanship, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar takes pride in the past... And keeps its hope for the future. I took some photos of the place and here they are. For more info on the place, visit their site: Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar Edited pictures to fit maximum allowed size.
  8. please post infos how to get there and best places to visit.... include also the total amount to be prepared... everything about sagada...
  9. http://i758.photobucket.com/albums/xx229/dcrjmed2014/4955_98029681979_98022256979_240623.jpg http://i571.photobucket.com/albums/ss160/dcrjmed2012/5186_101597726979_98022256979_24696.jpg Resorts World Manila located at Newport city, just across the NAIA Terminal 3. It's a joint project of Alliance Global Group, Star Cruises Ltd. and Genting Group of Malaysia. Hotels within the complex are the Marriott Hotel which is the first new 5-star international standard hotel to open within the past five years, Maxims Hotel is the first Deluxe Casino Hotel in the country and another hotel which is a budget hotel called the Remington. Aside from the three hotels, Resorts World will feature the Newport Mall which will have four high-end cinemas, four-levels of luxury brand stores, and will have a glass roofing similar to the MGM Hotels and Casinos. The Newport Theater, meanwhile, will offer world-class entertainment for the performing arts. http://i571.photobucket.com/albums/ss160/dcrjmed2012/5186_101598896979_98022256979_24696.jpg http://www.rwmanila.com/
  10. List of Malls: SM MALLS: SM City North EDSA SM City Sta. Mesa SM Megamall SM City Fairview SM City Manila SM City San Lazaro SM Supercenter Valenzuela SM Mall of Asia SM Supercenter Pasig ROBINSONS MALLS: Robinsons Galleria Robinsons Place Robinsons Metro East- Pasig OTHER MAJOR MALLS: Glorietta Greenbelt Alabang Town Center Market! Market! Rockwell PowerPlant Mall Gateway Mall Greenhills Shopping Mall Shangrila Plaza St. Francis Square TriNoma (Soon)
  11. Hello What are the best resorts near Metro Manila and can anybody post their contact numbers? Thanks.
  12. Tropical rainforest, rugged mountains including the UNESCO World Heritage listed Mount Hamiguitan Range Wildlife Sanctuary, killer surf and beaches lure travelers to the island of Mindanao. Mindanao’s capital – and the country’s third most populous city – vibrant Davao City has plenty of cultural, foodie delights and beaches just waiting to be discovered before you head to the island-province of Camiguin. As well as its tropical beaches, the latter is best known for its Mount Hibok-Hibok Protected Landscape of interior forest reserves (designated an ASEAN Heritage Park) and for its three National Cultural Treasures. Davao City’s Francisco Bangoy International Airport has flights from Singapore, Hong Kong, Doha and Quanzhou, as well as internal flights. Other domestic flights operate to and between several airports within Mindanao including the island paradise of Siargao. Hiking, diving, surfing and white-water rafting are just some of the exciting activities that await the adventurous in Davao Province and Camiguin, although wildlife encounters and visits to natural sites are high on the agenda too. Beaches promise relaxation, as do the likes of yoga and meditation with their associations with the Hindu-Buddhist traditions that influenced local life during the classic epoch of Philippine history. You might also consider a day-trip or overnighter to Lake Sebu a 4hr bus-ride (145km) southwest of Davao City – a growing ecotourism and adventure-sports destination as well as home to the T’boli and Ubo tribes. THINGS TO DO IN DAVAO & CAMIGUIN Trek to the top of Mount Apo in Davao province – the Philippines’ highest peak, at 3,144m, or the UNESCO listed Mount Hamiguitan (1,620m). Explore Davao City including the D’ Bone Collector natural history museum. Visit Davao Crocodile Park & Zoo with its wildlife shows and educational exhibits. Between Davao and the Cagayan de Oro, swim in Blue Water Cave in Bukidnon, and rappel, climb and spelunk nearby. Go white-water rafting in the Cagayan de Oro River with its electrifying rapids. Surf at Dahican Beach in Davao Oriental. Explore Camiguin’s historic gems: the Old Bonbon Church ruins and Sunken Cemetery in Catarman, Guinsilibas’ Spanish-era watchtower, Old Mambajao fountain and municipal building, Santo Rosario Church in Sagay town, and 14 heritage and ancestral houses. Immerse yourself in nature at Tuasan Falls on Camiguin island, a lovely spot to swim. Dive or snorkel at sites suited to all levels, especially those around Camiguin Island. Visit Davao’s luxury farm resorts Pearl Farm and Dusit Thani Lubi Plantation.
  13. "The Eighth Wonder of the World" the spiny Cordilleras Central mountains lure those who like to get active in the fresh air, with wonderful hiking, biking and caving locations. The country’s only land-locked region is also one of its most lightly populated areas, across its six provinces of Abra, Apayao, Benguet, Ifugao, Kalinga and Mountain Province. It’s not the easiest of regions to get around due to its isolated communities and terrain of mainly steep slopes and mountain ranges. This is also a fascinating region from a cultural point of view thanks to several fascinating burial sites and to the presence of tribes maintaining their traditional ways of life. Hiking, caving and swimming in waterfalls await those who seek out this inland region, which is scantily populated save in Tabuk and Baguio City. The latter is the Philippines’ summer capital due to its elevated location and hence milder temperatures – its historic Burnham Park is popular for its lagoon, orchidarium and picnic grove. The Cordilleras is a great place to combine cultural discovery with outdoors activities since many of the province’s most important heritage sites are in spectacular natural settings. THINGS TO DO IN THE CORDILLERAS Walk through the rice terraces in the provinces of Ifugao (Mayoyao, Hungduan, Kiangan), Mountain Province, Kalinga and other provinces. Hike up Mt Timbak to see the unique Fire Mummies in their natural caves. Trek up Mt Pulag, Mt Ugo and Mt Ulap in Benguet for views down over a ‘sea of clouds’. See centuries-old coffins in Lumiang Burial Cave then spelunk in nearby Sumanguing Cave. Discover the hanging coffins suspended high on the cliffs in Echo Valley in Sagada. Swim in the natural pools of Bomod-ok Falls. Tour the BenCab Museum, Baguio City, with its works by Ben Cabrera and other Filipino artists. Visit the Bontoc Museum showcasing the heritage of the region’s indigenous peoples. Admire the Ifugao woodcarvings in the Museum of Cordillera Sculpture. Take in the ethnography displays in the Saint Louis University Museum of Arts & Cultures and Museo Kordilyera at the University of the Philippines Baguio. Tour Tam-awan Village – an Artists Gallery in Baguio City, which uniquely blends indigenous aesthetics and exquisite Cordilleran craftsmanship in an artist’s concept for a village adapted to its setting.
  14. The game is about to change daw? eh lagi pa rin utas ang mga manlalaro.
  15. Recommended place to stay if you will be in iloilo..besides being cheap...malapit sa gimikan and just 5 min away from SM iloilo and airport
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