What Do I Need to Travel to Philippines

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Philippines
Philippines

The Philippines is an amazing destination in Southeast Asia. In the country, there are a lot of wonderful places in there, therefore, almost tourists always ask that What do I need to travel to Phillippines?

Puerto Princesa Underground River

Located on the northern of Palawan archipelago, Philippines, Puerto Princesa became the most beautiful tourism place by the 8km underground river.

Besides a lot of luxury resorts and hotels, Puerto Princesa is also the ideal paradise for tourists who love boating to visit around because if you want to soak up the beauty of the place, traveling by boat is the best choice which helps you explore the beauty of caves.

Puerto Princesa
Puerto Princesa

A Palawan person is proud that the Puerto Princesa Underground River is a wonderful gift of God for Philippines and humanity. Furthermore, Puerto Princesa is one of the few underground rivers in the world where the public can admire. If you travel around the underground river, you will have the chance to admire the arches, columns, rock, stalactites, stalagmites and etc.

Vigan ancient town

Vigan is a town belonging to Ilocos Sur province of Philippines. Vigan ancient town is recognized as World Cultural Heritage by UNESCO because the city still keeps the beauty of colonial cities of Spain. Therefore, Vigan is the one of attracted place where there are a lot of foreigners choosing to visit when traveling to the Philippines. The place does not only brought many beautiful architectural features, but also a place to visit and ideal retreat. In addition, small roads winding cobbled, the tilted roof with unique architectural style of the Baroque and the lives of indigenous people created a separate cultural identity in Vigan

Vigan ancient town
Vigan ancient town

Maria Cristina Waterfall

Located in Lanao del Sur province, Maria Cristina waterfall is the 2nd highest waterfall in the Philippines. The waterfall sometimes is called twin waterfalls because there is a rocky peak protruding outwards and split waterfall. It is famous for tourists by majestic and seductive natural beauty.

When visiting the place, you will get relaxation. Moreover, 70% of the regional power system is created around the extraction of water from the Maria Cristina.

Maria Cristina Waterfall
Maria Cristina Waterfall

Pinatubo Lake

In 1991, Pinatubo volcano awoke after sleeping for hundreds of years in the guise gentle and friendly. LPinatubo Lake was formed during the process of gradually cooling volcanoes. The lake is located in the crater which is located in the province of Zambales, Northwest of Philippines. Currently, it is a tourist destination very popular in the country of thousands of islands. It has become number 1 choice for those who love to explore and want to “escape” from the crowded and stuffy in the capital Manila at the weekends.

Pinatubo Lake
Pinatubo Lake

Chocolate Hills

Chocolate Hills one of the marvels of surprise creation. Over 1,000 undulating conical hills spread over an area of 50 km², this scene is the perfect shape make guests think of a giant chocolate feast. Although scientists have explained that the chocolate hills is the result of major changes in geology from the Great Barrier Reef but visitors are still surprised and impressed by the work of this wonderful natural

Chocolate Hills
Chocolate Hills

Palawan

The place is dubbed as “the End of the World”. When entering the place, you like forget your troubles away, separated from the city of tall buildings and suffocated her drop back to nature.

Palawan
Palawan

The stunning limestone cliffs scattered on the island of Palawan are giving very own beauty. In space the blue sea, undulating mountains and green forests untouched, you will be interesting to visit the peaceful fishing village, where the locals are friendly to tourists and creating opportunities for them to soak up the culture of the island.