Coron Travel Guide Kayangan Lake
Kayangan Lake - It's no wonder why Palawan visit by many tourists, local or international. It's because of its incomparable beauty that you can't find in any other places in the world. Palawan has a lot to offer. In fact, there are roughly 1,780 islands and islets that surrounds Palawan. One of them is Coron Island, located at the...
Coron Travel Guide - Barracuda lake
Barracuda Lake - If you are fond of diving and looking for a good spot to explore the underwater world, Barracuda Lake might be the one you're looking for. Barracuda Lake is located in Coron Island, Palawan. The lake was originally named as Luluyuan Lake until it was renamed into Barracuda lake after the discovery of a...
Why Singapore is must visit
Singapore, the city of entertainment, of gardens, and of culture and beauty, is one of the safest Asian destinations for women. As a solo female traveler, you can do all the touristy things solo travelers are usually warned not to do – gawking at products, taking pictures, and stopping to consult maps. You can be yourself and still remain...
Sagada Travel Guide
Sagada Hanging Coffins is probably one of the unique and bizarre traditions of ancient Igorots in the Philippines that might leave you a question why these ancient people hang dead bodies in the cliff instead of burying it on the ground. Well, I was surprised when our guide started to tell the story behind the hanging coffins...
Bay-yo Rice Terraces Bontoc
Bay-yo Rice Terraces - We all know that there are a lot of beautiful rice terraces in the Philippines but Bay-yo rice terraces is another gem and a paradise in the highland of Bontoc, Mountain Province. The scenic view from our vantage point along the Bontoc – Banaue road was so breathtaking. You can also see a...
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