Baguio is a mountain town of universities and resorts that is also called the “City of Pines,” or the summer capital of the Philippines. It’s particularly admired in summer due to the bizarrely cooler weather and a kind of charming beauty of which other tourist spots can ever imitate. The City of Baguio has an remarkable type of environment that in no way changes all year round. The chilly and spine tingling weather is absolutely appropriate for everyone particularly for honeymooners.
Bicol, also spelled Bikol, Spanish Bicolano, is the fifth largest cultural-linguistic group in the Philippines. Their indigenous region is commonly considered to be “Bicolandia,” a region composing part of the Bicol Peninsula and neighbouring islands of southeast Luzon.
Ilocos Sur relives the past through monuments, museums, Hispanic towns, and architectural relics. With Vigan City in the front line, this province offers a vivid glimpse of Philippine history with every town and every corner of the province holding a small piece of the past.
Iloilo is a major travel and heritage destination located in heart-shaped Panay Island in Central Philippines located in the center of the Philippine archipelago. Iloilo City is the capital and tourist hub of Iloilo Province. This fast-growing modern city is one of the largest urban centers in the Philippines.
Boracay is a small island in the Philippines off the northwest tip of Panay Island in Western Visayas region of the Philippines. Boracay is also famous for being one of the world's top destinations for relaxation.
Palawan is famous for the crystal-clear beaches, and perfect rock formations. It is called as the Philippine's last frontier. Surrounded by islands, islets, rocky coves and sugar-white sandy beaches, Palawan is indeed one of Asia's most alluring tourist destinations.