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By Amadís Ma. Guerrero
A whistle-stop, three-day tour of Pangasinan brought with it some surprises, as in agrotourism (animal farms) and potential medical tourism (the improved Pangasinan Provincial Hospital in San Carlos City, which is planning to build a swimming pool in its backyard).
Discretion and a deep respect for the environment now figure among the top considerations of the luxury class traveler. Nowhere is this more apparent than in Pangulasian, El Nido Resorts’ (ENR) top-end property on celebrated Bacuit Bay in Palawan.
Tessa!By Tessa Prieto-Valdes
From its majestic temple grounds and astonishing natural beauty to its extraordinary cultural attractions and exotic ambience, Myanmar doesn’t fail to move and awe. The country formerly known as Burma is only now emerging from many years of isolation, and is finally open to tourists.
DESTINATIONSBy Pennie Azarcon-dela Cruz
Bali has often been described as Paradise Found, and when we first visited in 1997, the island was all that. One of the stickiest images I took from that time was the sight of prepubescent boys and girls bathing naked in the river, unmindful of the gawking tourists in the passing buses overhead. The laughter was pure mirth while the frolicking recalled the rough and tumble childhood games of a more innocent era.
Pride of PlaceBy Augusto F. Villalon
“Paris is a cliché,” said a friend as we walked leisurely after dinner one winter night, not realizing until we sat at a café to rest our feet that we had been walking for over three hours, and we had covered over four kilometers of Paris.
By Margie David Collins
He came to me in a dream, as if in answered prayers, to give comfort and balm for a long and lingering sadness; to rouse my soul from a fitful and troubled sleep. St. Francis beckoned and so, farewell to all that, we went.
By Niña P. Calleja
If other foreign cities can have it, why not Makati City?
By Myk Miguel
There ain’t no mountain high enough for these “nature trippers,” who have scaled the heights of the country’s highest peaks.
By Raymund Isaac
When I got an invitation to visit Israel, I honestly had mixed reactions. Instead of excitement, images of the Middle East conflict replayed in my head like a CNN broadcast. But the idea of tracing the path that Jesus Christ walked was on my bucket list.
By Rony Fortich
In 2005, I was one of hundreds of Filipinos auditioning for a job at Hong Kong Disneyland. I didn’t have to dance or sing, but the nerves and nausea were still there. You see, my audition for musical director was to run the audition, as Disney executives observed. It involved sight reading, teaching songs and working with the singers.
Music lovers need not look far for world-class performances as Resorts World Manila (RESORTS WORLD MANILA), the country’s premier one-stop, nonstop tourism and entertainment destination, brings the biggest and brightest performers from here and abroad in Musikat Jam, a week-long music festival.