Actress Coleen Garcia was among those who trooped to Boracay for its reopening after its six months of rehabilitation. Just like fellow actress Cristine Reyes, Garcia did not think twice to hop on a plane and jet off to check out the changes in the island that was called a “cesspool’ by Duterte.
Environment Secretary Roy Cimatu assured President Duterte that Boracay island “is no longer a cesspool” and will be ready to accept visitors on October 26.
STAND where the warm sea laps the gleaming white sand of the 4km-long beach on the resort island of Boracay and whip out your selfie stick.
In the Philippines, many people are afraid to go near a Balete tree. They believe that this tree is haunted or is the chosen dwelling of preternatural creatures. But there is one particular Balete tree located beside a national highway in Sitio Dikiri in Pasuguin, Ilocos Norte that people visit quite often. The […]
Yes, a plane can land by itself using a system that is often referred to as “autoland”. The pilots can program the auto pilot to carry out the landing automatically whilst the pilots monitor the aircraft. However there are limitations to when the autoland system can be used. The Boeing 737 (the world’s most successful […]
Designed in Shanghai, China the Cowa Robot moves at a top speed of nearly 4.5mph and stays no more than 2ft behind its owner.
With overseas summer and school holiday planning well underway, travellers are reminded that the Smartraveller website, www.smartraveller.gov.au, should be your first stop before booking your trip to make sure you are well informed and prepared.
Philippine Airlines announced new direct flights between Los Angeles and Cebu, the Philippines’ second largest city, during a San Francisco Bay Area Road show held last month. The service will start on March 15, 2016. There will be three weekly flights to Cebu using the 254-seater Airbus A340.
The 2nd Ambassadors, Consuls General and Tourism Directors (ACGTD) Tour entitled, “Visit the Philippines Again 2016”, for Australia and New Zealand is tentatively scheduled on 25-30 September 2016.
January 17,2016. Blacktown NSW. The afternoon was sizzling hot but the voice of Ms Gina Lopez somehow cooled the day with her soft suave voice as she made a very inspiring presentation about how eco-tourism can help alleviate poverty in many parts of the Philippines.
Atty. Persida Acosta, Chief of the Public Attorney’s Office, has a few pieces of advice for OFWs and travellers about to pass through the Ninoy Aquino International Airport that she made public on Facebook.
It’s in the district of Shibuya—home to the Meiji Temple—a pagoda and a Shinto shrine that my love story with Japan begins. Shibuya reflects the intersection of the rich and preserved Japanese culture and the vibrant trend of the new era.