Puerto Princesa City, the provincial capital of Palawan, will cancel all domestic air travel and suspend classes on all levels starting this week, the city government said Friday.
Source: Puerto Princesa cancels classes, domestic air travel due to COVID-19 threat
On UNESCO World Heritage Site Mt. Hamiguitan, the public can have a rare-sighting of one of the world’s largest carnivorous plants. The Department of Environment and Natural Resources reintroduced these endemic and rare species of Nepenthes also known as “Pitcher Plants,” that can be only found in Mt. Hamiguitan Range Wildlife Sanctuary in Davao Oriental on…
Source: Some of the world’s largest carnivorous plants are found in the Philippines and on one mountain
Whether you’re hungry for food, heritage, culture, or nature, Iloilo will surely provide you the finest of 24 all things!
Source: My Great Escape: 4-day Itinerary in Iloilo, the “Heart of the Philippines”
Definitely a lot to see and experience in this tropical paradise.
Source: Palawan Bucket List: 20 Things To Do On Your Island Adventures!
The Intramuros Administration is seen to better preserve heritage sites within Manila’s walled city as it completes its conservation management plan.
Source: Intramuros conservation management plan completed | Philstar.com
Tubbataha Reefs National Park’s very own “Mama Ranger” Angelique Songco will be honored as a new member of the Women Divers Hall of Fame in 2020. Angelique Songco will be one of the six new members to be inducted into the honor society whose member contributions span a wide variety of fields including in the…
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As fog creeps up the contours of the mountainside at daybreak, Miguel Tumucal fixes his gaze on the stair-shaped edges of the vast farmland.
Source: On the edge: Saving Ifugao rice terraces | Inquirer News
The Philippines is not on many travelers radar but that seems to be changing. It is a logical destination for people looking for something unique.
Source: 5 Unique Things to Do and to See in the Philippines – Rus Tourism News
Christmas is the most awaited season in the Philippines with the Catholic faithful joyfully recalling the birth of Jesus Christ through religious and historical traditions. The church is usually at the center of the Christmas festivities with Filipino Catholics filling these spaces to the brim to take part in solemn celebrations.
Source: Church marvels for dawn Mass | Inquirer Business
Rice terraces in critical state – FAO
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Say Palawan, and one automatically thinks The Last Frontier—where Nature begins and never ends.
Source: Puerto Princesa —from exile’s hellhole to tourist paradise | Inquirer Lifestyle
Thanks to a partnership with the United Nations organization, Seabourn sailings feature shore excursions to more than 170 World Heritage locations worldwide.
Source: This Cruise Line Offers Unique Access to UNESCO Sites