Staring at old photos of Manila must have had this effect on me. I have been day dreaming, imagining myself walking down the streets of Manila during its glory days, trying to feel how it was like to walk down a charmingly glorious city that was the envy of other cities in South East Asia.
Sure, the first attraction is the incomparable beach, where you may romp on the powder-finest white sand in the country, wade out to the gentle surf that comes with clear, chartreuse waters in the best of seasons, or just lay back and bathe in the sun while taking it all in:
When it comes to religious celebrations and cultural homage, Naga in Bicol Region has always been the prime destination. But over the past years this city in the south of Luzon has taken on a much-needed revamping due to the diversity of tourists coming to the area.
Bohol in the Visayan Region is known for its lush Chocolate Hills, the most prominent national tourist spot that locals and foreigners flock to. Excel V. Dyquiangco writes his guide to Bohol and shares his favorite spots and activities. #illustradomagazine #taasnoofilipino
Cebu is known as the “Queen City of the South” — and rightly so! As the first Spanish settlement in the Philippines, it has some of the country’s most iconic heritage spots. Find out more ab out the queen city of the south here: #illustradolife #taasnoofilipino
Palawan is one of the Philippines most popular summer destinations. As well as being stunningly beautiful, Palawan is a destination engulfed in rich cultural history. Learn more about this getaway destination here. #illustradomagazine #taasnoofilipino
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