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                                                   Sights To See In The Philippines
                                                                By Peter Garant

    The Philippines is one of the most sought after travel destinations in Asia. With its unique and
diverse culture, visitors from both sides of the world cannot help but wonder at the beauty and
attractiveness of this country. Its diverse and interesting culture is a result of its colorful past.

After being colonized by various countries for several centuries, it has emerged to become one of the
most beautiful countries worldwide. Among the most visited parts of the Philippines are Manila, Baguio,
Boracay, Palawan and Cebu.

Each of these travel spots has certain things to offer which are completely different from the other.
Among the places mentioned, Boracay is probably the best. Despite being commercialized all over the
world, this beautiful tourist spot has maintained its quality, as well as its reputation as one of the top
beaches in the world. It offers good food, cozy hotels, exciting outdoor activities and endless partying
with its beautiful crowd at night.

The most important part of this country is Manila, which serves as its capital city. Most of the important
events in business, politics, as well as in arts and entertainment, take place in this area. One of the
major events flocked by both local and foreign devotees is the feast of the Black Nazarene, which is
held annually in Quiapo.

Meanwhile, Baguio is the summer capital of the Philippines. Visitors can enjoy the good weather and
outdoor activities offered by this place. Among the top outdoor activities in Baguio are horseback riding
and boating. Another main feature of this place is the flower festival, which serves as a garden show
for home gardening and small businesses within the area.

Palawan is undoubtedly one of the best tourist spots in the country. This place combines urban
development with exotic wildlife and natural resources. The discipline and cooperation of its local
residents help maintain the natural balance of the environment. Besides its beautiful white sand
beaches as well as its azure waters, visitors can also visit good places like the Calauit Island in
Northern Palawan and the Tabon Caves in the southern part of the region.

Cebu will not be outdone by its counterparts. It is known as the oldest colonial city in the country.
Among the most frequented places by visitors in the area are the Kawasan Falls, Fort Santiago and the

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University of San Carlos, which is known as the oldest university in Asia.

These tourist destinations serve as national treasures for the Philippines. They play a very significant
role for the country's economy. Taking care of these resources is of utmost importance, both for the
government and its citizens. They offer insurmountable fun and adventure for thrill seekers who want to
experience the very colorful culture of this country. These places provide visitors something worth
remembering for.

Peter Garant is writing Philippines Travel Articles for both and

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                                 Philippine Travel: When And Where
                                             By John Grant

 When you’re about to embark on a journey to the Philippines, the two most important questions to ask
is “when” and “where”. If you’re traveling to the Philippines, do be aware that the experiences you’re
about to encounter is unlike anything you’d encounter anywhere else in the world. Each and every
country has its own unique experience to offer you and when you travel to the Philippines, you should
expect the same.

When Is It Best To Travel To The Philippines?

Are you allergic to rain? If so, it would do you good to avoid traveling to this part of Southeast Asia
during the months of June till November as that’s when the occasional typhoon or two makes time to
visit the Philippines. Traveling during the rainy season of the Philippines can be quite a hassle,
especially if you don’t have a car. But if you do, you could expect smaller crowds to contend with as
most people tend to stay indoors.

If you’re unable to take the heat and still be merry, then you should not travel to the Philippines during
the months of March till May because that’s officially the summer season of the country. Everyone
heads for the nearest beach so if you don’t want to feel crowded when you’re sunbathing, set your
travel date for another time of the year. The Easter season is always busy for everyone in the
Philippines so expect a difficult time on reserving transportation when it’s Holy Week.

If you’re on the lookout for the world-famous fiestas that only the Philippines could offer, schedule your
travel date for January, May or December. The flower season of Baguio – described as the summer
capital of the Philippines because of its perennially cool weather – is something to look forward to. And
then there’s the Santacruzan during May and which each and every town parades its most beautiful
residents in a walk around town.

Where In The Philippines Is It Best To Travel To?

There are so many types of places to visit in the Philippines that it’s hard to enumerate each and every
one of them. Beaches, however, are one of the most favorite travel spots of the country so if you want
to enjoy your stay in a beautiful paradise of clear blue green water and cool white sand, you could
check out Tali Beach, the world-famous Boracay or try surfing the secluded beaches of Surigao and La

John Grant has been living in the Philippines for 5 years and has travelled the country extensively. His
online Philippines Travel Guide covers major destinations like Boracay Puerto Galera and Palawan.

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