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Ormoc City’s PIÑA FESTIVAL: A Congenial Celebration of Beautiful People

The first Piña Festival of Ormoc City last 25th of June of this year was truly a notable celebration of beautiful people as it celebrates beauty. The event coincided with the feast celebration of their patron saints, St. Peter and St. Paul. Meanwhile, The festival seeks to promote not only Ormoc’s very own sweetest queen

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8 Reasons Why You Should Stay at Costabella Tropical Beach Resort

This year, I  had the pleasure to visit several attractions both inside and outside Cebu, experience several different cultures.On the  run, I had the chance to experience and see  the enchanting and traditional hotel in Cebu, the Costabella Tropical Beach Resort. Together with the fellow Cebu  Bloggers  and  other media groups. I’ve been  to many luxury resorts in Mactan island,

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AirAsia End-Of-Year Promo For As Low As Php202

After AirAsia announced their launching  Cebu-Singapore flights. There is another reason to fly with them. AirAsia will be going to set their last “free seats” promo for the year with almost 3 million seats available for you to grab. Today, November 14, 2016 until the 20th. Customers can book all-in, one way fares for as

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3rd Puerto Princesa Underground Day

PUERTO PRINCESA,, Philippines – The province of Palawan is celebrating one of the best tourist destinations in the country and in the world, Puerto Princesa Underground River. Puerto Princesa City, dubbed the “City in a Forest”, is celebrating the recognition of the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park as one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature in 2011. Activities will run from

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A Book Promotes Tubbataha Reef’s Beauty, Eyes To Draw More Divers.

PUERTO PRINCESA, Philippines – The Department of Tourism (DOT) recently launched the first ever coffee table book which showcased the beauty of Tubbataha Reef. The coffee table book “Tubbataha: A National Treasure” was published by Marissa Floirendo of the Don Antonio O. Floirendo Sr. Foundation (AOF), which featured breathtaking photographs by Maria Teresa “Tet” Lara. Tourism chief Wanda Tulfo-Teo presented

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