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Philippines’ Enhanced e-Travel Now Uses Single QR Code To Replace Multiple Form Signups

A better travel experience awaits airport and seaport passengers entering and exiting the Philippines as the Enhanced eTravel System takes effect, reducing the usual multiple form signups on-site to a single QR Code accomplished...

Philippines scores Asia’s Leading Dive Destination title for 5th time at World Travel Awards

The Philippines proudly emerged victorious for the fifth consecutive year as Asia’s Leading Dive Destination at the 2023 World Travel Awards (WTA) Asia and Oceania Gala Ceremony. The accolade pays homage to the Philippines' incredible waters and reefs and relentless efforts in conserving and promoting its pristine island and marine sanctuaries.

Philippines’ uniform travel policy adopts DOST’s S-PaSS one-stop-shop app

The Philippines' travel policy is adopting the Safe, Swift, and Smart Passage (S-PaSS) Travel Management System one-stop-shop app for all travelers as uniform protocols begin to be implemented in all local government units (LGUs).

Bicol Express Train Route resumes, new trains cut travel time by 80%

Travelers from Bicol and surrounding provinces can look forward to cutting their travel time by as much as 80 percent when the Bicol Express Train Route resumes operations with all new trains.

Philippine travel made easy on revamped one-stop-shop tourism website

Planning travel to the Philippines has been made easy by the revamped tourism website, Philippines.travel. The redesigned website went live on Tuesday with a new look that focuses on traveler-friendly experience. Philippines.travel has three main tabs: ...

Philippine Airlines cited by Skytrax as World’s Most Improved Carrier

Philippine Airlines (PAL) won the 2019 World's Most Improved Carrier Award from the Skytrax World Airline Awards - considered the "Oscars" of the aviation industry. The national flag carrier was ranked Top 1 by the...
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UP NOAH Calls for Netizen Help: Take Flood Photos to Aid...

The University of the Philippines Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards (UP NOAH) urges netizens to photograph flooded streets to support disaster risk reduction in...