Bohol hotels have a certain charm to them and both Hotel La Roca and the Bohol Tropics Resort Club are highly recommended. The ultimate choice is left to the guest in lieu of the individual set of needs that each one might have during their stay in Tagbilaran City. Hotel La Roca is a smaller Bohol hotel than the Bohol Tropics Resort Club but both are very competitive.
Overview Despite the fact that Dipolog is where most mines are and this is the most successful industry in the area, tourists can’t resist a glimpse of the rolling hills or the beautiful seas that are in this place. Aside from the many tourist attractions in Dipolog, food is also …
Butuan City could be considered as the symbolic cradle of civilization of the Philippines. The ‘Balangays’ or ‘sailboats’ had been known to travel around the ancient Southest Asia for trade and to look for suitable land for existence. Even before the Spanish era, there had been traces of civilization in the Philippines and Butuan City had been a silent witness of that ancient society.
One of the beautiful and inviting countries in southeast Asia, Philippines features numerous world-class shopping centers, which are important to trigger tourism and stimulate economic growth in the country. Many Philippines shopping complexes have modern architecture and relaxing atmosphere. To attract more customers, these establishments play home to several business …
Zamboanga shopping may be the last thing that you might think of doing when in Zamboanga City but contrary to what you may think that shopping is only good in Manila, Shoppers’ Mall has proven itself to be a shopper’s heaven. Shoppers’ Mall is the tallest in Zamboanga and the entire Philippines and once inside, you will find that the stores there sell just about anything you can imagine.
Philippine fiesta celebrations are prolific events that attract big crowds. Fiesta crowds can be lively masses of people, but they can also go suddenly wild and violently come at people. There are practical safety measures to shield one against a ramming fiesta procession.
Philippine “tahong” stew is a native shellfish cuisine that combines seafood, leafy veggies, and vegetable spices for a peculiar savory native recipe even discriminating tongues will love. Fried or grilled dishes are further enhanced by it’s pungent flavor.