Slow Food and the Mountain Partnership Secretariat to bolster mountain people’s livelihoods; FAO

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Palace promises China-funded bridge will not affect heritage churches; Rosette Adel; Philstar.com

Presidential spokesman Salvador Panelo on Thursday assured the public that Malacañang will not allow the Binondo-Intramuros Bridge to endanger centuries-old churches there.

Source: Palace promises China-funded bridge will not affect heritage churches | Philstar.com

The 50 best things to do around the world in 2018; Rachel Hosie; This Is Insider

From a ‘House of Eternal Ruin’ in Santa Fe to a rainbow-painted village in Taiwan, these are the 50 things to add to your bucket list in 2018, according to Time Out.

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China-funded bridge risks Unesco World Heritage status of San Agustin church, 3 others; Edgar Allan Sembrano; Inquirer Lifestyle

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco) has warned that San Agustin Church and three other Baroque churches around the Philippines may be delisted from the prestigious World Heritage List as a result of the construction of the controversial Binondo-Intramuros Bridge across the Pasig River in Manila.

Source: China-funded bridge risks Unesco World Heritage status of San Agustin church, 3 others | Inquirer Lifestyle

VIDEO: Do we really need the Binondo-Intramuros Friendship Bridge?; Ces Orina-Drilon; ABS-CBN

The ongoing construction of the bridge has not stopped those opposed to it from voicing their concerns, topmost of which is the protection of structures within the Walled City.

Source: VIDEO: Do we really need the Binondo-Intramuros Friendship Bridge?

Indigenous Filipinos gather in Ilocos; TDT; Daily Tribune

Forty indigenous Pinoys got selected and invited to showcase their culture and traditions to the annual cultural exchange program, Katutubo Exchange, held this year in Ilocos Norte and Ilocos Sur from 5 to 7 October to celebrate National Indigenous Peoples’ Month. Cultural bearers from 13 indigenous communities from all over the country performed traditional dances, musical instruments, songs and chants and wore attires to better understand by the Ilocos peoples our cultural diversity as a…

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Palawan Tourist Spots: 30 Places You Need to See; Rhea J Bernardino; TravelBook.ph Blog

Here’s the ultimate bucket list when you see Palawan Tourist Spots. We’re giving you 30 places where you’ll see beaches, caves, lagoons, lakes, and more!

Source: Palawan Tourist Spots: 30 Places You Need to See – TravelBook.ph Blog

Hungduan: Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Activities & More; Lakwatsero

The quiet town of Hungduan prides itself for being among one of the five clusters of Ifugao Rice Terraces inscribed in the UNESCO World Heritage Site list since 1995. Situated west of the Banawe, it…

Source: Hungduan: Travel Guide, How to Get There, Where to Stay, Activities & More

How to swim responsibly with whale sharks – in these eco marine destinations; Irish Examiner

A new study confirms the Philippines in a vital hotspot for whale sharks. But where else can you find them?

Source: How to swim responsibly with whale sharks – in these eco marine destinations

The 10 Most Beautiful Caves in the World; Jennifer Gonzales; Wander Wisdom

For many people, caves may just be a boring piece of hollowed-out rock. Well, this will prove them wrong as we will explore a few of the most amazing caves that exist in the world.

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