Panay, Capiz: Home of the Asia’s Catholic Church Bell

Pan-ay or Panay is a small town in Capiz. You probably have never heard of it. Or you might have just encountered it in trying to find the best sights in the province of Capiz. For my travel, the town is just an additional stopover in our itinerary to the more popular Islas de Gigantes … More Panay, Capiz: Home of the Asia’s Catholic Church Bell

Pinto Art Museum

The Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo, Rizal is more than the contemporary pieces it contains. You may find the white and terracota walls amazing. You may enjoy flowers in unexpected nooks. You may even inspire the artist in you when you see the beauty of sunset while sitting in the Café Tan-aw. The Contemporary Masterpieces. … More Pinto Art Museum

9 Wonder Places in Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte

Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte are parts of the Ilocos Region (with the provinces of La Union and Pangasinan) and located in the northwest coast of the Philippines. When tourists say Ilocos, they usually refer to these two charming provinces. Some of the popular attractions here include the 16th-century churches (some are UNESCO-listed like the … More 9 Wonder Places in Ilocos Sur and Ilocos Norte

Palaui Island

Palaui Island was declared as a National Marine Reserve in 28 August 1994 encompassing an area of 7,145 hectares (17,660 acres). The waters around the island boast of 21 commercial species of fishes with about 50 hectares (120 acres) of undisturbed corals. It was declared by CNN as the World’s 10th Best Beach in May … More Palaui Island

Kalanggaman Island

Kalanggaman is an island off the coast of Palompon, Leyte in the Visayas region of the Philippines. It is one of the wonderful sandbars on this side of the planet. From Manila, one needs to fly to Tacloban Airport, take a van to Palompon and ride an outrigger boat to the island.