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San Francisco’s Municipal Hall

One of the largest towns in Camotes Island, Province of Cebu, San Francisco is known as the main area of commerce and trade. Located just in front of Saint Joseph Parish Church and a few meters away from the Baywalk, where townsfolk and tourists take a leisurely walk, the San Francisco Municipal Hall is one of the busiest government centers in the island. Nowadays, the town is widely known as “San Fran”. Outside the Town Hall is a park where many parents take […]

San Isidro Labrador Parish

Address: Butuan – Cagayan de Oro – Iligan Rd, Cagayan de Oro, Misamis Oriental Situated just a few kilometers from Harbor Lights Hotel in Sapphire Road and the Gusa Fish Sanctuary, the San Isidro Labrador Parish Church is one of the preferred churches in the city of Cagayan de Oro because of its solemn atmosphere. Churchgoers love to visit this place because of the warm-colored lights and peaceful environment. San Isidro Labrador Parish Church is perfect for a grand wedding celebration. You can […]

Harbor Lights Hotel in Cagayan de Oro

Address: Gusa Old Rd, Cagayan de Oro, 9000 Misamis Oriental, Philippines Phone: +63 88 855 1120 Located just a few meters from the busy sea port of Cagayan de Oro, Harbor Lights Hotel continues to be one of the preferred hotels in the area. It has spacious functions rooms, which are perfect for any event – be it a wedding, debut, birthday celebration or christening. They can also setup a much smaller room for corporate meetings and product knowledge seminars. Harbor Lights Hotel […]

Photos of Surigao’s Baywalk & Watchtower

Dubbed as one of the laid-back baywalks in the Philippines, the Surigao Baywalk is where locals and tourists spend an early morning or late afternoon stroll. Many like to jog here because of the fresh cold air and the feel of the sea breeze. One can take a tricycle going to the port area or Gate 2 of PMO-Surigao to start the long stroll at the pier area. You can instantly see the watchtower with red light to signal incoming and outgoing ships. […]

Museo nan Surigao

Situated along Parola Boulevard in Surigao City, the Museo nan Surigao is a Mineral Rock Museum & Research Center for Local Culture. It is also the home of the Parola Travel & Tours, which has a small souvenir shop. Used to be called as the Surigaonon Heritage Center, the Museo nan Surigao houses old Jars, Shells, Sea Creatures, Stones and many others. It is one of the few Museums found in Surigao City. Located just a few meters from the sea, where bancas […]

  • Come! Discover the Philippines

    What makes the Philippines more than a usual holiday destination?

    Some say, when the Gods created the Philippine island, they liked it so much, they decided to create seven thousand more. That meant having over seven thousand different views of the sun, and many different beaches like Boracay, which is probably unlike anywhere you’ve ever been.

    They say that Gods took their time when they made this paradise. Having thousand of islands also meant that our wildlife and marine life are among the most diverse in the world.

    Even our history comes in many chapters, each one with the different theme. Our colors come in infinite forms and our melting pot of cultures contain more than the usual ingredients, so you can expect more than the usual festivals every year.

    We’re oriental, and were western too! That’s why no matter where you're from, the Philippines will feel like home.

    Many come here to learn... and play. We just love taking the usual things further like honeymooning , relaxing, partying, and shopping. You haven’t seen a real bargain unless you shop here.

    And if we like to over do things here in the Philippines just imagine what it’s like, to be our guest!

  • It’s More Fun in the Philippines