The Philippines – Travel and Living

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The Philippines - Travel and Living
Easy travel destination

The Republic of the Philippines.

Filipino: Pilipinas or Filipinas, officially the Republic of the Philippines Filipino, is also a archipelago country in Southeast Asia.

The Philippines is a unitary presidential constitutional republic. Where the President is head of the government and state.

Proclaiming its independence, from the Spanish Empire, on June 12, 1898. After the culmination of the revolution. Today, it has embassies and consulates in 62 countries, around the world.

The country’s primary exports.

Include electronics, semiconductors, transport equipment, construction materials, and minerals. As an open economy, the Philippines trades with other economies around the world. It considers Japan, the United States, China, South Korea, and Germany as its top export markets.

Furthermore, The Philippines was host to a record high of 4.7 million foreign tourists in 2013, thanks to country’s tourism brand, “It’s More Fun In The Philippines.”

Also Among its top tourist destinations, are Boracay Island in Aklan, Puerto Princesa Underground River in Palawan, Chocolate Hills in Bohol, Mayon Volcano in Albay, and the Banaue Rice Terraces in Ifugao. Including all the big cities, like Manila, Baguio, Vigan, Cebu and Davao cities.

Situated in the western Pacific Ocean, it consists of about 7,641 islands that are broadly categorized under three main geographical divisions from north to south: Luzon, Visayans and Mindanao.

The capital city of the Philippines is Manila and the most populous city is Quezon City, both part of Metro Manila.

Easy travel destination

Therefore The Philippines is a relatively easy travel destination by Southeast Asian standards. English is widely spoken, and the country has an endearing don’t-worry-be-happy vibe, soothing for first-time visitors.

A beautiful corner of the world, with white sand beaches, bath-temperature water, and incredibly friendly locals.

Situated in the western Pacific Ocean
Situated in the western Pacific Ocean

These islands, 7,107 of them to be exact…

Are worth a departure from the typical banana pancake trail in Thailand, Cambodia, Laos and Vietnam! The beaches are regarded as some of the best in the world. As are the diving opportunities and the welcoming nature of the Filipino people is unwavering.

Nice and comfortable hotels and condos.

condo in manila hotel
A cosy hotel room

Vacation and relaxation.

Palawan island resort - The Philippines - Travel and Living
A wonderful view and outstanding living conditions?

Visiting Philippines?

First of all, I would say, that it is important. That the accommodation are compatible. If you choose to find a hotel and you can find these facilities, almost everywhere in the Philippines.

There are probably a variety of brand hotels in Philippines and so to find a perfect hotel room. always has the best hotel deals or just cheaper hotels in Philippines to fit your vacation needs.

So Book multiple hotel for a trip across Philippines, or select a single hotel accommodation. At the location of your choice.

Find from top 5 star hotels in Philippines.

Philippines accommodation with a swimming pool, gym, free breakfast, and family friendly, certainly seems nice.

Use our mapping and search facilities to book a luxury lodging in Philippines with a great discount. A family accommodation in Philippines at cheapest prices.

So you can save even in our hotels and resorts near the beaches and famous landmarks. Compare & Hotel Number hotels by: Filipina.

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A nation made up of thousands of islands in the Pacific Ocean. The Philippines has a lot to offer, also intrepid travelers looking for adventure.

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PALAWAN – Your Next Holiday

Palawan – the Philippines

The Philippines, seems like a island country of Southeast Asia in the western Pacific Ocean. It is an archipelago consisting of some 7,100 islands. The islands lying about 500 miles (800 km) off the coast of Vietnam. Manila is the capital and nearby Quezon City is the country’s most populated city.

So some part of the National Capital Region (Metro Manila), located on Luzon, the largest island. The second largest island of the Philippines is Mindanao, in the southeast.

So Fine Food Cuisine

Southeast Asian national cuisines

Southeast Asian national cuisines, ranked***

1. Vietnamese
2. Lao
3. Singaporean/Malaysian
4. Thai
5. Burmese
6. Indonesian
7. Cambodian
8. Timorese
9. Philippine Food…

Read more…

The Best Experience Ever – The Philippines – Travel and Living

The Philippines has many cultural affinities with the West.

Furthermore it’s the second most populated country, followed by India. Likewise, English as an official language. And one of only two predominantly Roman Catholic countries in Asia (the other being East Timor).

Take a look…

THE Coral Reef

Apo Reef is a coral reef system in the Philippines and it is located in the western waters of Occidental Mindoro province in the Mindoro Strait. As a result.

The encompassing 34 square kilometers and it is considered the world’s second-largest contiguous coral reef system. And is the largest in the country.

Apo Coral Reef
So Where is the best coral reefs in the world? Read more!

Best Coral Reefs in the World – Top 5

  1. Raja Ampat, Indonesia. Raja Ampat is located at the intersection of the Indian and Pacific Ocean, right in the heart of the prestigious Coral Triangle. …
  2. Solomon Islands. …
  3. Papua New Guinea. …
  4. FIJI. …
  5. Red sea.

Coral reef destination - Around Palawan
Coral reef destination – Around Palawan


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