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Palawan has not only been a place for endless activities. It has also been a place of solace for people who want to experience a different kind of tranquility. There are countless reasons to admire Palawan, here are 8 things you’ll love about this fascinating island destination.
If you are travelling to the Philippines and have some more time, I highly recommend you include Banaue and Batad into your overall travel itinerary. You definitely don't want to miss those 2000 year old rice terraces, no matter if you have seen others around Southeast Asia, they are absolutely stunning!
Heading to the capital of the Philippines, Manila but don't know where to stay? As with every major city in the world, the area you choose to stay in heavily depends on what you would like to do and see and of course, what your budget is. Here are some recommendations!
Manila, a chameleon-like city. Similar to other developing countries, the traffic here is stiff, people on the street are many and chaos is visible. It's also a city feared by many, with funky stories circling the globe. Many people simply don't know what to do in Manila. Don't worry, here are some things to explore, shop and eat to keep you busy for a few days.
Boracay Island. It's small, but oh my! This island is a piece of paradise. Great restaurants, relaxed beach bars, only a few hundred metres from anywhere on the island to hit the beach. Turquoise water. Water sport activities more than you can count. And lots of space to do nothing but relax and drink Mango Smoothies, or well Margaritas. Here's how I experienced my stay at Ferra Hotel Boracay.
Boracay, my last stop on my three weeks trip through the Philippines. It's the one island I had heard most about before I arrived to the Philippines. Not only because the Travel+Leisure Magazine chose Boracay out of all the islands in the world as its Best Overall Island of 2012, and that has to mean something, right? This is how my stay at COAST Boracay went.