Travel & Recreation

Activities for Quezon City Memorial Circle

Posted in Travel & Recreation on July 3, 2015
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Quezon City is the largest city in the Philippines this is where the Quezon City Memorial Circle is located. Situated adjacent to the capital, the city (before it received its charter in 1939) once served as the residence of the middle class who worked in Manila. Nowadays, however, it has become an economic, political, and Read More »

Places to Visit in Calamba Laguna

Posted in Travel & Recreation on July 2, 2015
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There are lots of Places to Visit in Calamba Laguna, it is located 54 kilometers south of Manila, is known as the Resort Capital of the Philippines. Due to its many swimming pools and hot-spring resorts, people find this city to be the closest possible getaway when one needs a dip outside town. Well, besides Read More »

The Foundation that Protects the Cagayan River

Posted in Travel & Recreation on November 8, 2014
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One of the rivers in the northern part of Mindanao is the Cagayan De Oro River. Its headwaters are from the central part of the province of Bukidnon and is commonly seen on the main highway of the city. It is a very popular site for Cagayan De Oro’s whitewater rafting. It is the main Read More »

The Legend of Tinago Falls - Iligan, Philippines

Posted in Travel & Recreation on November 6, 2014
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The Philippines has many things to offer. From its famous tourist spots, 5-star resorts, sumptuous dishes, and even better views Mother Nature can provide. In Mindanao, one city is famously known for their numerous waterfalls. Iligan City is blessed with the Mother Nature’s gift of breathtaking waterfalls. Situated in Region X in Mindanao, the city Read More »

Kalesa in Iligan Philippines

Posted in Travel & Recreation, Uncategorized on November 5, 2014
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Kalesa in Iligan Philippines. Have you ever seen, or even ride on a Kalesa in Iligan Philippines? Back when there were less motor vehicles that roam the streets in the Philippines, Kalesa or Horse Driven Carriages are the top choices of transportation. During the Philippines’ Spanish Era, Kalesas were ridden by socialites and other high Read More »

Malasag Eco Village Imposes 2K FEE for Photo Shoots

Posted in Travel & Recreation on November 4, 2014
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CAGAYAN de Oro City --- The beauty of Cagayan De Oro is not anymore new to the locals. The Malasag Eco Village is one of the tourist spots in Cagayan De Oro City, where n tourists and visitors can take a glimpse of an overlooking view of the City while they relax and breathe fresh Read More »

Natural Cold Springs in Iligan is Another Hidden Gem

Posted in Travel & Recreation on August 6, 2014
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ILIGAN City – Exploring outdoors and embracing what Mother Nature has to offer are two of the most exciting parts of indulging in an adventure. Almost everybody loves to indulge on cold waters, especially during summer as their way to beat the summer heat. And what else will be better than dipping into it and Read More »

University of the Philippines Los Baños top University

Posted in Travel & Recreation on July 26, 2014
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The University of the Philippines Los Baños is one of the top universities in the country. Its 1,098-hectare campus, including the 4,000-hectare Makiling Forest Reserve (MFR), is nestled in the towns of Los Baños and Bay. The campus is known for its thick forests and its huge, green grazing lands and experimental fields, the university Read More »