The Island of Palawan has once again been named as 2020's "Best Island in the World" by the prestigious Travel+Leisure magazine of New York.
World-famous Palawan in the Philippines has been named among the most popular travel destinations after the lifting of the global lockdown to stop the spread of coronavirus disease.
The Philippines' Masungi Geopark Project, a geo-reserve conservation site in Baras, Rizal, has been selected as one of the top 5 finalists for the WIN WIN Gothenburg Youth Sustainability Award 2020.
Cagsawa Ruins, more popularly known as the church ruins with the iconic Mayon Volcano view in Daraga, Albay, has been reopened to local tourists from MGCQ regions.
Tourism website Big 7 Travel has listed Filipino recipes as its recommended dishes that showcase the diversity and versatility of the Philippines’ cuisine.
Baguio's Camp John Hay is reopening for city residents on Tuesday, June 30, 2020, after more than three months of closure following health protocols due to the COVID 19 pandemic.
Hidden Beach in Palawan, Philippines, has been named among the World's Best Beaches in the 2020 list released by Condé Nast Traveller (CNT).
A new butterfly species on Negros Island has been discovered by Filipino biologist Jade Aster Badon of Silliman University in Dumaguete.
An 8-foot-7-inch flower has been spotted by park rangers at the Masungi Georeserve in Baras town of Rizal province.
Virtual tour guide Henri Abued Manzano is showcasing the United Nations Headquarters in Vienna to guests in the comfort of their own homes.
Forbes Magazine named the Philippines a recommended travel destination after the coronavirus pandemic has subsided to allow international travelers to visit.
Good news! The paradise island of Boracay in Malay town, Aklan has reopened its beach swimming area with new safety guidelines following health protocols of the coronavirus pandemic.