Originally established by the Spanish colonists to fortify their new settlement, Intramuros is regarded as Manila’s most charismatic enclave.
With its 7000-plus islands brimming with diversity, the Philippines is a visual stunner. Here’s a few tips on where to soak in its splendor.
Removed from the most famous tourist destinations in The Philippines, Ilocos Norte in far north Luzon offers everything from pristine beaches and scenery to barely-frequented cul-tural treasures.
Manila’s rich and often tumultuous history can be traced through a range of heritage sites scattered around the metropolis.
From wreck diving warships to lounging on the beaches of Palawan, the many islands of the Philippines make for the perfect post-Covid adventure.
One Palawan resort stands out as the most expensive in the world — at a much publicized cumulative $100,000 per stay.
With mangroves, beaches, and Nay Palad Hideaway, Siargao is a drop of tropical paradise that stands out even among the exceptional islands of the Philippines.
Richard Collett braves rough roads, tropical rains, and landslides of the northern Philippines to find the last bamboo musician in Abra.
Bohol is an indelible part of the history of the Philippines, from ancient blood compacts to the giants that created the Chocolate Hills.