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Kristel Serran

La Union Budget And Itinerary Guide For Non-Surfers

San Juan, La Union may be touted as the surfing capital of Northern Luzon, but there's more to the coastal town than just big waves. In this travel guide, we're going to make recommendations on where to stay, where to eat, and where to go for nightouts, as wel...

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Kristel Serran

Best Affordable Beach Resorts In Batangas [Updated]

Looking for a nice, quick weekend getaway? For those with a travel budget of P1,500 or less, you can take a dip in these lesser-known summer destinations without breaking the bank.Batangas is only a few hours away from Manila, and is mostly known for its beach...

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Kristel Serran

Negros Occidental Budget Travel Guide: Bacolod, Sipalay, Lakawon, And Other ...

The island of Negros is located right around the center of the Philippine map. It’s that little sock-shaped land between the Panay region, Cebu, Bohol, and Siquijor.The Negros Island is divided into two provinces: Negros Occidental and Negros Oriental. Negro...

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Expressway Toll Fee Guide
Dino Mari Testa

A Comprehensive Guide To SLEX, NLEX, SCTEX, TPLEX Toll Fees

Expressways are your gateway to escaping the hustle and bustle of the city by land. The only catch is, superhighways such as the South Luzon Expressway (SLEX), North Luzon Expressway (NLEX), Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEX), and Tarlac-Pangasinan-La Union...

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Dino Mari Testa

What The Philippines Can Pick Up From The Winners Of The 2019 Skytrax World ...

The Skytrax World Airport Awards showcases the best of the best in air travel. We’re not just talking about the best air liners, but the best airports as well. While the airports in the Philippines don’t really make Skytrax’s list, there are some efforts...

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Kristel Serran

Boracay Hotel Accommodations: From Affordable to Expensive [Updated]

The Philippines is home to many beautiful beaches, but Boracay's beauty never ceases to impress. The island remains one of the most popular tourist destinations, being ranked seventh in the 2017 TripAdvisor Travelers’ Choice Awards.Apart from the famed Borac...

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Airfare Price Decrease
Kristel Serran

Lower Airfares In March Thanks To Drop In Jet Fuel Prices

Our prayers have been answered and our deepest desires have been heard! The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has announced a decrease in airfare prices starting this March.What gives with this sudden blessing? Well, jet fuel prices went down last December 2018, a...

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DFA Cancels Birth Certificate Requirements for Passports
Cloey Mangali

DFA Removes Birth Certificate Requirement For Passport Renewals

Good news to those seeking to renew their Philippine passports. According to the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA), birth certificates will no longer be a requirement for passport renewals.This department order comes on the heels of recent reports of a passp...

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Passport Data Leak
Cloey Mangali

DFA Passport 'Data Breach': Here’s What We Know So Far

Over the weekend, news spread that the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) “lost” passport data after a former contractor allegedly “took off” with them following the termination of its contract. The data breach at the DFA came to light last Tuesday, J...

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Japan Multiple-Entry Visa Application
Kristel Serran

Japan Travel Guide: Multiple-Entry Visa Application; Departure And Accommoda...

Good news! As of August of last year, it is now easier for Filipinos to get multiple-entry visas to Japan.So to start you off on your explorations to the Land of the Rising Sun, we’ve prepared a Japan multiple Visa application guide.Read through this travel ...

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