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LOOK: Edible garden blooms at Manila’s Rizal Park

A new edible garden is blooming inside Rizal Park in Manila to promote urban agriculture amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

Cebu declares readiness to welcome more tourists with online travel sale

Cebu has declared its readiness to welcome more tourists to its beaches, hotels, resorts, popular city nightlife, and heritage sites through the "I Love Cebu" online travel sale.

Philippines’ Coral Triangle natural treasures on showcase in Virtual Dive Expo

The Philippines' Coral Triangle natural treasures will be on showcase in the upcoming PHIDEX Virtual Dive Expo.

Palawan to welcome international cruise ships to new port in Puerto Princesa

The Puerto Princesa City International Cruise Port is designed with a 500 lineal meter by 21 lineal meter wharf to accommodate a large cruise liner. It is also provided with 36 lineal-meter by 12 lineal meter trestle and 64 lineal meters by 13.4 lineal meter causeway which will serve as the entrance to the Terminal Building.

WATCH: 1st-ever Jose Rizal Virtual Walking Tour Madrid guided by University of the Philippines...

The first-ever Jose Rizal Virtual Walking Tour Madrid written and narrated by University of the Philippines (UP) historian Dr. Ros Costelo, produced by the Philippine Embassy in Spain under the leadership of Amb. Philippe Jones Lhuillier and the Philippines’ National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA), is now available for viewing after being launched on March 6, 2021.

Mati City records most number of turtle hatchlings released to Philippines’ sea

Mati City in Davao Oriental has recorded the most number of turtle hatchlings released to the Philippines' seas compared to other cities.

Philippines’ summer travel gets boost with AirAsia seat sale

Off the back of a strong sales period in January and February 2021, AirAsia launched the 3:3 sale to help stimulate tourism and provide great value deals for Filipinos, ahead of the summer peak travel period.

Philippines’ leisure destinations, business venues allowed to reopen in GCQ areas

The Philippines' leisure destinations and business venues are allowed to reopen under General Community Quarantine (GCQ) areas starting March 5, 2021.

Manila’s National Museums reopen to the public

The National Museum of the Philippines (NMP) in Manila has reopened its doors to visitors with new guidelines in place to ensure the safety of museum guests.

Philippines’ Palawan, Boracay chosen Trip Advisor Top Asian Beaches

The Philippines' beaches in Palawan and Boracay have been chosen among the Top 25 Beaches in Asia in the TripAdvisor Travelers' Choice Awards for 2021.

Pilgrimage site rises on historic Limasawa Island site of 1st Easter Mass in Philippines

A pilgrimage site is rising on the historic Limasawa Island in Southern Leyte, the site of the first Easter Mass in the Philippines held 500 years ago on March 31, 1521.

Philippines’ ancient Lake Lanao in Mindanao remains clean

The Philippines' Lake Lanao in Mindanao, one of the world's remaining 17 ancient lakes estimated to be around 10 million years old, remains clean as it continues to be home to 18 endemic cyprinids (freshwater fishes related to the carps and minnows) that are found nowhere else in the world.
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1st Asian, Filipino Grandmaster Eugene Torre enters World Chess Hall of...

Filipino Grandmaster (GM)Eugene Torre of the Philippines has been approved for entry into the World Chess Hall of Fame by the World Chess Federation (FIDE), making him the first man from Asia to receive the honor.