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A beautiful country formed from more than 7,000 different islands, the Philippines is considered a tourist paradise with many unique characteristic elements of history, culture and natural beauty.
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13 great things that make you ‘crazy’ love Philippines travel
Endless beauty of the island borocay
As one of the smallest islands of the Philippines, Boracay island is the most beautiful and sexiest with crystal white smooth sand, stretching and turquoise sea. Many tourists coming to this island do not hesitate to call Boracay “paradise”. This is a “must go” destination in Southeast Asia in the travel books and on the web page of travel guide. With its dazzling beauty, Boracay is like a jewel in the ocean.
Boisterous atmosphere of ATI-Atihan Festival
Appearing 800 years ago, Ati-Atihan festival is considered the largest, most colorful and most fun spring festival in the Philippines. In the 3rd week of January, the people of the Philippines will host the festival in honor of the Nativity (called Santo Niño) – guardian of the country. The festival includes tribal dance, music and a parade on the streets, all the participants will wear national dress brightly colored, painted with soot and parade around town.
Wild and charming beach EL Nido
El Nido is a famous pristine beach not only by the blue water as jade, but here there are many bays, black marble walls, the colorful coral reefs, waterfalls, abundant and diverse vegetation. El Nido is the end of Palawan Island, the capital, Manila, Philippines, about 420 km. In 1996, El Nido is in the list of the most attractive and discreet destinations voted by Times Magazine.
Green untouched terraced fields in Banaue
Banaue is one of the popular destinations not only in the Philippines but also in the world with 2,000-year-old rice terraces of ethnic Ifugao. This is one of the largest areas recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Site, at the altitude up to 1,700 meters above sea level and spectacular scenery, majestic.
Delicious halo halo
Halo Halo is the name of a very popular dish in the Philippines. This dish is a cool mix of flavors, colors and composition of tropical fruits such as jackfruit, sapodilla, papaya, bananas; legumes such as red beans, green beans, white beans; sweet potatoes, purple yam, corn flour, grain flour with cream flan. Each fruit is classified separately, added an ice layer and a layer of condensed milk. When eating, the mixture will make you feel a very special taste.
Ancient space in the city of stock vigan
Vigan is a town in the province of Ilocos Sur Philippines. The reason Vigan is recognized as a UNESCO world cultural heritage is that this is the colonial city of Spain which still keeps intact today in Asia. The small winding cobbled street, the roof tilted to the unique architectural style of the Baroque and the lives of indigenous people … all help to create a separate cultural identity only in Vigan.
Blue sea water of Coron
Coron is one of the most beautiful beaches in the province of Palawan, Philippines. Here, visitors can feel beautiful scene in the movie Avatar. Beach in Coron water is clean, clear and has beautiful coral reefs.
Charm of the chocolate hill
Located in Bohol, Chocolate Hill is one of the surprising marvels of creation. With over 1,000 undulating conical hills spreading over an area of 50 km2, this scene is really a perfect shape that makes guests think of a giant chocolate party. Although scientists have explained that the chocolate hills is the result of major changes in geology from the Great Barrier Reef, visitors are still impressed by the work of this wonderful natural.
San Agustin Church, MANILA
If visitors go to Manila without paying a visit to the Church of San Agustin, then your trip will not be complete. Built in 1589, this beautiful church still exists after undergoing seven earthquakes and fires in the two centuries and now has become the oldest stone church in the Philippines. San Agustin highlights the main entrance to the details of exquisite carvings on the wooden door. Interior design is influenced by the style of Mexico, the ceiling is the absolute highlight the picture drawn from the 1800s by the Italian artist, Giovanni and Cesare Alberoni DIBELLA.
Located in the Sulu Sea, Philippines Palawan, the famous park Tubbataha Reef Marine is known to be a sanctuary for diverse marine species. Coral reefs are located on the underground volcano with a pristine coral reef 100 meters long, vertical walls. Tubbataha Park is also known as one of the most beautiful diving spots in the world.
The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park, recognized by UNESCO as World Heritage Site in 1999, is home to conserve biodiversity mountain biota – the most important of the Philippine Sea. The most special thing of this place is spectacular limestone scenery, a long underground river system and extensive underground caves. Underground river originates from Mount St Paul, at a height of 100 meters, 8.2 km underground before flowing into the sea.
2.400m higher than sea level, Mayon volcano owns a striking design with perfectly symmetrical cone. This area attracts tourists to visit and enjoy a number of activities such as camping, climbing, hiking, bird watching and these unique and wonderful views for the photographers.
Lake water in mouth pinatubo
In 1991, peaceful Pinatubo volcano awoke after hundreds of years of sleeping in the gentle and friendly guise. During the volcano gradually cools, Lake Pinatubo is formed. The lake in the Pinatubo crater located in the province of Zambales in northwestern Philippines, is now a very popular tourist attraction in the country of thousands of islands.
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(Reference articles from Philippines Travel)