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LOOK: The Philippines' Calaguas Island and El Nido in Palawan, two of the hottest travel destinations in the country, have reopened to local tourists after following the health protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
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.
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.
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.
Tourism sector establishments in Western Visayas, Central Visayas, and Soccsksargen regions have adopted flexible work arrangements as remedial measures to the impact of the ongoing outbreak of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Over 3,000 farmers from Bataan province are expected to benefit from a three-pronged program that features farm tourism, use of satellite technology, and livelihood support.
Tripadvisor 2020 Traveller’s Choice Awards names Luzon, Philippines the World’s Top 2 Trending Destination
Tridadvisor's readers voted Luzon Island in the Philippines as the World's Top 2 Trending Destination in the 2020 Travellers' Choice Awards.
The EcoWaste Coalition is encouraging shoppers and sellers at the upcoming Phillippine Shopping Festival to adopt reusable and eco-friendly bags as a sustainable tourism practice.
The Philippines' Palawan islands have been named among the world's best bucket list places for the new decade beginning 2020 by Big7 Travel.
The Philippines' regional tourism centers will soon be equipped with emergency satellite phones from Smart Communications.
South Korean survivor-style show "Laws of The Jungle" was reported on January 8, by Korean-content publication Koreaboo, to be filming in the Philippines' renowned island of Palawan this year.
The Philippines recorded over 8 million foreign tourist arrivals on Friday, surpassing the 2018 numbers with the arrival of a Japanese couple in Manila.The record number of tourists was reached on December 27, 2019,...