Batanes has notched a new milestone as the first Philippine destination to be granted membership in the International Network of Sustainable Tourism Observatories (INSTO) of the United Nations World Tourism Organization (UNWTO), a group that will help preserve the uniqueness of the islands while ensuring developments benefit both the locals and visitors amid the province’s ever-growing popularity among world travelers.
Fourteen of the Philippines' tourist services were cited by the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Tourism Standards Awards 2023-2025 for outstanding tourism businesses and destinations in the region that have complied with the international association’s tourism standards.
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.
Take this rare chance to view Ayala Museum's prized collections of Philippine arts and historical artifacts during this National Heritage Month as the Makati gallery gives the public free access for one day only to celebrate International Museum Day.
Are you planning a beach getaway this summer? Look no further than the picturesque island of Boracay, home to two of the best beaches in Asia for summer travel, as ranked by TripZilla, Southeast Asia's leading culture and travel digital publication.
Cebuanos can now immerse themselves in the island’s breathtaking art, eye-opening history, and unique flora and fauna at the newly opened National Museum of the Philippines (NMP)-Cebu.
Palawan in the Philippines made it to the 2023 edition of United States-based Fodor's Travel Go List, a guide that encourages travelers to visit destinations that deserve spending money and time now that travel restrictions have been lifted to reveal a whole new world.
The Walled City of Intramuros in Manila is again welcoming adventurous night visitors to Fort Santiago, the former wartime fortress which jailed prisoners of Spanish, British, American, and Japanese occupation forces, including Filipino national hero, Jose Rizal.
Cebu is opening to foreign travelers and more local tourists with the "I Love Cebu Summer Sale" from April 1-30, 2022.
The Negros Occidental cities of Sagay and Bago received recognition at the 2023 Green Destinations Story Awards which showcase the most inspirational initiatives for sustainable tourism development.
The Masungi Georeserve Foundation has been shortlisted for this year's international Lush Spring Prize, which supports projects that are working towards environmental and social regeneration.
Tourists will soon enjoy Free Wi-Fi for 94 travel destinations in the Philippines, according to the joint announcement of the Philippine Department of Tourism (DOT) and the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT).