Tagaytay Philippines: Retirement in the cool Mountains Tagaytay Philippines is not only one of the most popular vacation destinations, but also attracts many retirees who want to spend their remaining years in the beautiful surroundings. Although only about a one hour’s drive away from Metro Manila, the town in the mountains, surrounded by breathtaking scenery, provides…

What makes Palawan Philippines a Paradise Known as the “Last Frontier” of the country, the province of Palawan Philippines is popular for its numerous magnificent tourist attractions which lure a great number of visitors every year from both local as well as foreign tourist. It is known to be the largest province of the Philippines…

What the Albay Province has to offer The Province of Albay is situated between Sorsogon and Camarines Sur. Mayon Volcano famous as the most perfect cone is the major tourist attraction in the Bicol region. Aside from this, the province also offers other natural attractions a well as cultural and historical events and man-made attractions.…

Discover the Province Oriental Mindoro The province is composed of fourteen municipalities and one city. The province is push as Philippines rising eco-tourism destination. It promotes scene of unique tropical paradise with crystal blue water, white sands, majestic mountains covered in green forest and magnificent waterfalls. You will find rare and near to extinct animal…

What Occidental Mindoro has to offer The province is located in the western section of Mindoro. You will find the Verde Island Passage in the north of the province. Mindoro Strait which bounds the province in the south part and west section; and Oriental Mindoro in the east. The province has a total land area…

Marinduque: A Place full of Beauty The province is geographically at the heart of the Philippines and the best alternative for Boracay. The province is part of MIMAROPA Region which is about eighteen kilometers from Manila. The province is situated in the northern section of Sibuyan Sea. Marinduque is bounded in the east and north…

Rizal Province: Close to Metro Manila It’s one of the provinces that comprised the Calabarzon Region in Luzon. It is bounded in the east by the Quezon Province and Sierra Madre Mountain range; in the southwest is Laguna province, in the north by the province of Bulacan; in the west northwest is Metropolitan Manila and…

Quezon Province: Full of Natural Beauty The province is part of the Calabarzon region in Southern Luzon. This province got its name from the late president of the Philippines – Manuel L. Quezon. Its capital city is Lucena. It is situated southeast of Metro Manila and its neighboring province in the north is Aurora, in…

Laguna Province: Popular Place by Expats The province got its name from the lake called Laguna de Bay. This is by far the largest lake in the country and it is the province’s boundary in the north side. One of its town, Calamba is where the Philippine national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal was born. It…

Cavite Province: Safe Haven for Retirees The province is situated in the southern section of Luzon. It is bounded in the west by China Sea, in the north by Metro Manila and Manila Bay, in the northwest is Rizal, in the east is Laguna and the south is Batangas. Cavite is part of Calabarzon Region.…

Batangas Province: A Bit of Paradise Experience a bit of paradise in the villages and towns of Batangas province because that province never ceases to amaze its visitors and even its locals for its captivating beauty. The province is bounded in the west by South China Sea, in the east by Quezon province, in the…

South Luzon Region: The Heart of Philippines Moving down in Luzon Island is the South Luzon Region which consists of four regions namely NCR or National Capital Region, Calabarzon, Mimaropa and Bicol Region. National Capital Region (NCR) The National Capital Region or simply Metro Manila. It is the metropolitan area which comprises Manila City and…