Philippines

Philippines Attractions

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Basilica del Santo Niño (Basilica of Santo Niño)

Cebu's Basilica del Santo Niño (Basilica of Santo Nino, Basilica Minore de Sto Nino) was literally born from fire. In 1565, the church was built on the ...  Read more

Bohol Island

If you're interested in more than just beautiful beaches, Bohol Island offers one of the most fascinating escapes from Cebu. The island, located southeast of ...  Read more

Fort San Pedro

The first Spanish settlements in the Philippines were in Cebu City, called the Queen City of the South. After Magellan first landed in Cebu, the Spanish under ...  Read more

Fort Santiago

One of the most important historical sites in Manila, Fort Santiago was built by the Spanish conquistador Miguel López de Legazpi as a defensive fortress ...  Read more

Intramuros

The historic heart of Manila, Intramuros (literally meaning "within the walls") is the oldest district in the capital city. The three-mile-long stone ...  Read more

Magellan's Cross

In April 1521, Catholic explorer Ferdinand Magellan arrived on the shores of Cebu and ordered a wooden cross planted there. According to local legend, the very ...  Read more

Makati (Old Manila)

Regional travelers that make it over to Manila are sure to enjoy its affordable hotels and amenities. If you’re in the mood for a real treat, however, you’ll ...  Read more

San Agustin Church and Museum

Located in the historic Intramuros district of Manila (the oldest district and historic core of Manila, otherwise known as the "Walled City"), the ...  Read more

Tops Lookout

Situated 2,000 feet (610 meters) high at the peak of Mt Busay, Tops Lookout, or just Tops to locals, provides the best unobstructed views in Cebu, especially ...  Read more

Tagaytay

The Philippine city of Tagaytay is a popular tourist destination, especially among Manila’s weekend crowd. Surrounded by hills and mountains, forests and cool ...  Read more

American Memorial Cemetery

A must for any American visitor to the Philippines, the Manila American Cemetery and Memorial is a not only a great and emotional symbol of American heroism, ...  Read more

Angono Petroglyphs

The oldest known artworks in the Philippines, the Angono Petroglyphs are neolithic carvings that date all the way back to 3000 BC. Based in the Rizal province ...  Read more

Ayala Museum

Widely considered to be one of the most important cultural institutions in the Philippines, the Ayala Museum was conceived by abstract painter Fernando Zobel. ...  Read more

Blanco Family Art Museum

Artist Jose “Pitok” Blanco began life humbly as the son of a fisherman but quickly became the prodigy of Botong Francisco. Teaching his wife Loreto to paint ...  Read more

Casa Gorordo Museum

The Casa Gorordo Museum, located in downtown Cebu, was originally a private home built in the 1850s Alejandro Reynes Y Rosales and later owned by Juan Isidro ...  Read more

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