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100 Islands

100 islands is in Pangasinan, a Philippines province, the capital is Lingayen. It is located in west central Luzon, 170 kilometers north of Manila, 50 kilometers south of Baguio City, 80 kilometers north of Clark International Airport.


The main attraction is the Balibago Entertainment District, known as the Night life capital of the Philippines, hundreds of bars, thousands of showgirls, full on, 24 hours entertainment. There are also good shopping spots around the city.

Baguio & the North

Baguio City is approximately 250 kilometers north of Manila,the area of the city is 49 square kilometers. The city is a plateau that rises to an elevation of 1,400 meters. it is approximately 8 degrees cooler than the lowlands, so, at the turn of the 20th Century, the United States administration, founded Baguio & decided to make it a site for a summer capital and a health resort. The temperature seldom exceeds 26° centigrade at its warmest and the lowest reading ever, was 6.3° centigrade, recorded in January 18,1961.


Sensational mountain location of the 2000 Year old Rice Terraces. No Philippines trip is complete until you have seen these man made wonders that were carved from the mountains by Ifugao tribesmen over 2000 years. The Banaue Rice Terraces are considered to be the 8th wonder of the world.


This is the home province of Mount Pinatubo and Subic. Located in Central Luzon, its capital is Iba. The province lies between the South China Sea and the Zambales Mountains.


The City of Legazpi is the capital of the province of Albay, it is the largest city in the Bicol Region. A 45 minute flight from Manila to Legazpi Airport gets you into this area.


Voted The Most Beautiful Bay in the World in 2004 by an Asian Travel Guide. This is a great area for nightlife and World Class Scuba Diving.


The island province of Bohol is one of the most delightful in the Philippines.
Easily accessible from Manila, Dumaguete or Cebu via short flights or ferry crossings.
Distance from Manila is 633 km (393 miles).


Cebu Island has a population of some 3 million people. Cebu City is the Philippines 3rd largest city outside of Manila, with more than 800,000 inhabitants. This destination is recommended as a great location for Nightlife, there are many bars and restaurants in the City.


In the heart of old Manila you will find the Old Walled City of Intramuros. Originally constructed in 1571 during the period of Spanish colonization, re-built after extensive bombing in WW11, dungeons and old churches share space with art galleries, a golf course, theatres and a nature park. This is in contrasy to the modern architecture in Makati City.


Treks to the Volcanos at Taal & Pinatubo are some of the possible tours available during a stay in Manila. Only 40 kilometers from Manila, Taal is an active volcano.


Just a 1 hour flight from Manila and a 30 minute boat crossing from Caticlan, puts you onto one of the world’s finest beaches. White Beach, Boracay is a stunning location with great nightlife and the Jewel in the Crown of Philippines tourism.


Palawan is the 3rd largest land mass of the more than 7000 islands that make up the Philippines. Known as. The Last Frontier. It lies approximately 586 kilometers southwest of Manila, its main island measures 425 kilometers long, and 40 kilometers wide.


Siargao, Surigao Del Norte, Mindanao. Famous for Cloud 9, a world class Surfing destination. Located on an offshore island in North Mindanao. Siargao (pronounced, shar-gow) is situated 800 kilometers southeast of Manila in the province of Surigao del Norte. It has a land mass of approximately 437 kilometers. The east coast is relatively straight with one deep inlet, Port Pilar.

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