Australian YouTuber Benn Tk has released his latest cinematic travel video featuring his travels in the Philippines – particularly in Palawan, Cebu, Bohol, and Siargao.
The unique travel video titled “Philippines – Land of enchanted Islands” runs for over 5 minutes and has gone viral with approaching 500 thousand views since its posting on YouTube on July 23.
Benn Tk, known for his video travel blogs that have the feel of movie cinematic effects, does not disappoint in the new video featuring the Philippines and actually admits to working overtime to make the new release extra special. The footage was filmed in 2018 and it took him 3 months of editing to create.
“This is probably one of the hardest travel videos i have worked on and one that i am so happy to share with the world! The Philippines is a true place of wonder and adventure, full of vibrant creatures and friendly faces. This is film dedicated to the lovely Filipinos and travellers who made my journey unforgettable through this beautiful country! thank you for having me Philippines!” wrote Benn Tk as he shared the video on the videosharing platform and on his social media.
The Australian YouTuber was all praises for the country and declared his fondness for the sites and the Filipino people saying, “This place is now one of my all time favourite places to be, not just because of the incredible waterholes and pure island nature, but also because while we were exploring these beautiful, tropical Islands the locals made us feel so welcome and were incredibly friendly.”
Benn Tk’s adventures started in Puerto Princesa in Palawan, going to El Nido, moving on to Cebu’s waterfalls and lush tropical forests, Bohol’s Chocolate Hills, and Siargao. Benn said he will return to the country and see Coron Island next time.
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