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  • Koku Japanese Restaurant ReviewKoku is a name that may not immediately ring a bell even among many Makati restaurant habitués. But for those who have already discovered this little Japanese restaurant along Valero Street in Salcedo Village, Makati City, Koku is a name Posted by ivanjose in Ivan+Khris' Travels | Dec 3, 2018
  • TAOIST TEMPLE [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/957027/22886032_846 Posted by RemzTravelDiary in RemzTravelDiary | Nov 23, 2018
  • RUINS It was a great experienced to have been here in THE RUINS, located near the City of Smile in Negros Occidental, Philippines. Just a few minutes from the Posted by RemzTravelDiary in RemzTravelDiary | Nov 20, 2018
  • It's More Fun In The PhilippinesSunday [10/12/2017] I arrived at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in the afternoon after taking a 2 hour flight from Brunei. My friends came to pick me up and then we headed to Shore Residences where I will be staying for Posted by Lingering in Lingering On And On | Oct 25, 2018
  • El Nido - part 2We split our 8 nights in El Nido into two separate stays - 4 nights at Garden Bay to begin with, and then 4 nights at Devayn’s Inn, right in the centre of town. Two opposite types of accommodation. We booked Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Oct 13, 2018
  • El Nido - part 1We had big expectations about El Nido, and they were not disappointed. The journey back from Panglao was much more pleasant than the way there. We had bought the Oceanjet ferry ticket on our way out and got the air-conditioned cabin Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Oct 11, 2018
  • PanglaoOur journey from Loboc to Panglao island could have taken one hour by cab. We opted to take public transport instead - two buses and one very short ride on tricycle - since we had time and the bus is Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Oct 5, 2018
  • Tarsiers and Chocolate HillsTarsiers and the Chocolate Hills are the reason why we came to Bohol. Andrea Tonali is the reason why we came to Loboc. He lent us his Lonely Planet guidebook just on time for us to learn that Loboc is a Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Oct 1, 2018
  • Philippines: LobocStefanie Grace Paradise Inn is a bliss of a place...a paradise! The owner is Filipino, Fructuoso, he worked in engineering in Brazil and US for many years, then he returned home to build this wonderful place. I absolutely love the style Posted by Flav-Greg in Flavia & Gregory go Asia | Sep 29, 2018
  • Panay Roadtrip 2017 Exploring Panay Island. In 2017 my friends and I decided to drive around Panay Island to explore some of the beautiful places in the provinces of Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Gui Posted by neena329_cab in So how do I get there? | Sep 20, 2018
  • Bongao, Tawi-Tawi Traveling to Tawi-Tawi had been sent to the back burner for years due to news about kidnappings and unrest on that part of the Philippine Archipelago. But this plan resurrec Posted by neena329_cab in So how do I get there? | Aug 31, 2018
  • Bohol We brought forward our departure from Cebu and headed off to Bohol two days early. We had multiple options of boats that ranged from 2 hours to 10 hours travel time, so no real surprise 2 hours after turning Posted by mktravels in Philipines 2018 | Apr 28, 2018
  • Panglao IslandPanglao Island in the North Bohol sea is generally associated with Alona Beach, a busy holiday resort on the southern side of the island. Alona is renowned for its nightlife, and this is the first real touristy place we have Posted by mktravels in Philipines 2018 | May 2, 2018
  • Damaguete A quick transit through Damaguete on our way to Oslob and Negros Island seemed noticeably cooler. Yesterday Siquijor was 94% humidity and 34 degrees which meant everything was damp and even the shortest treks were extremely hard work. Posted by mktravels in Philipines 2018 | May 7, 2018
  • oslobThere are huge debates about watching whale sharks in Oslob as seeing them is 99% guaranteed. In Donsol they are hard to find as they swim in the open ocean, and mans only interaction is to watch them for 3 Posted by mktravels in Philipines 2018 | May 11, 2018
  • Moalboal- Sardine run Fresh of the back of a whaleshark dive in Oslob, we did not anticipate anything comparable or maybe, 'even better', not that we need to make any comparisons. Moalboal is famous for its sardine run, so we donned our snorkelling gear Posted by mktravels in Philipines 2018 | May 12, 2018
  • MalapascuaDespite our best planning efforts in UK, it is inevitable somethings will change and today we made a significant change to our route. The President has closed Borocay, one the most popular island in the Philippines, for environmental reasons and this Posted by mktravels in Philipines 2018 | May 16, 2018
  • Kalanggammanf you are already living on a remote island then why not go to an even more remote island, which as always in the Philippines involved a boat trip or two. Kalanggaman Island is famous for its crystal clear water, white Posted by mktravels in Philipines 2018 | May 19, 2018
  • CoronCoron is the northern tip of Palawan and is best known for world-class WWII-era wreck diving, though the area also offers perfect white, powder sand desert islands, karst landscapes, crystal-clear freshwater lakes and shallow-water coral reefs. Having re Posted by mktravels in Philipines 2018 | May 28, 2018
  • Food BlogAs we have been banging on about food for most of our blogs we thought we would share a few pics. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint Posted by mktravels in Philipines 2018 | Jun 5, 2018
  • El Nido The municipality of El Nido encompasses the northernmost tip of the main island of Palawan and the 45 rocky islands dotting around Bacuit Bay. We had heard and read many opinions about E Posted by mktravels in Philipines 2018 | Jun 2, 2018
  • Siquijor and Bohol[[https://www.travellerspoint.com/photos/gallery/users/Liamps/countries/Philippines/|Philippines photos]] The final two islands I visited on my journey through the Philippines were Siquijor and Bohol in the Western Visayas. Despite their relative proxi Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo Trip | Aug 8, 2018
  • Cebu and DumagueteDraft Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo Trip | Aug 8, 2018
  • Palawan[[https://www.travellerspoint.com/photos/gallery/users/Liamps/countries/Philippines/|Philippines photos]] When travellers think of the Philippines, they conjure images of paradisiacal islands of white beaches, enigmatic karst formations, verdant interi Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo Trip | Jul 23, 2018
  • Cebu & Bohol, The Philippines Jacky and I travelled together to Bohol on the boat. We had a local come and sit next to us with a load of roosters in bags. They crowed throughout the whole journey, it was funny at first but got Posted by sun_chaser in Finding Myself in South East Asia | May 10, 2017
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