Batangas has a lot to offer to tourists other than Taal Lake and Volcano.
The growing interest in wakeboarding has placed Camarines Sur on the international tourism map.
Dapitan lures local and foreign tourists with its wide selection of historic and natural attractions.
Aside from the world-renowned Moriones Festival, Marinduque is also known for its unspoiled beaches, rejuvenating hotsprings, and enchanted caves.
Breeze into Bukidnon in northern Mindanao for a relaxing countryside vacation in the Philippines.
A unique blend of historical heritage and natural wonders has placed Bataan on the Philippine tourism map.
Bulacan is a household name in Philippine literature because of its rich historical heritage.
Zamboanga City offers a host of wonderful attractions for discerning travelers in the Philippines.
Laguna charms tourists with a mix of assets such as rich history, natural wonders, and man-made attractions.
Pampanga is adjudged one the leading travel destinations in the Philippines due to its delicious dishes, colorful festivals, and rich natural resources.
Manila, the capital of the Philippines, is an oasis for fun and relaxation.
Take a trip down memory lanes by paying a visit to Corregidor, a living reminder of the pride, courage, and heroism of Filipino and American soldiers during World War II.
Come to Ilocos Norte in northern Philippines and be captivated by its sheer variety of tourist attractions.
The astonishing attractions in Island Garden City of Samal in southern Philippines always leave tourists speechless.
Camiguin charms tourists with its wide array of scenic spots from majestic volcanoes, hot springs, and waterfalls to white sand beaches and awesome coral reefs and rock formations.