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Where to Stay in the Philippines

The Lind Boracay is a luxury resort located on White Beach Station 1, Boracay Island, Philippines. Guests staying at the resort enjoy direct access to the beach. It features 119 rooms and suites, three restaurants, two swimming pools, and a spa.

Sheraton Cebu Mactan Resort is a beachfront resort located on the northeastern coast of Mactan Island in Cebu, Philippines. This five-star resort opened in September 2022 and is one of the newest resorts in Cebu. It features a white beach, an outdoor swimming pool, and a spa.

Crimson Resort & Spa Boracay is a beachfront resort located on Boracay's Punta Bunga Cove, popularly known as Station Zero. This resort is 100% Filipino-owned and features a total of 192 guestrooms, suites, and villas. Guests facilities include three restaurant, a fitness center, and a spa.

Mövenpick Resort & Spa Boracay is a beachfront resort located on Punta Bunga Cove of Boracay Island, Philippines. It offers 312 bedrooms, suites, and villas, seven dining options, and boasts the largest swimming pool in Boracay.

Swissôtel Clark is a five-star hotel located in the Clark Freeport Zone, Philippines, and forms part of the Hann Casino Resort complex. Swissôtel Clark is only 3 kilometers away from Clark International Airport making it an ideal choice for leisure and business travelers.

COAST Boracay is a beachfront hotel located on Boracay Island’s world-famous White Beach. It is surrounded by cafes, bars, and restaurants and is just a short walk away from D'Mall, an outdoor mall housing souvenir shops, boutiques, and more restaurants.


Where to Go in the Philippines

The Buntod Reef Marine Sanctuary & Sandbar is the main natural attraction of the City of Masbate, Masbate Province. The sandbar is located about a kilometer off the coast of Masbate Island and is conveniently accessible via a rented motorized boat. Buntod Reef Marine Sanctuary & Sandbar boasts of fine white sand and clear waters, making it a popular day-trip destination for swimming.

The Ungab Rock Formation is one of the most iconic natural landmarks of the province of Marinduque. Its most characteristic feature is the arch formed through years of erosion. Situated on the eastern coast of the island of Mongpong, the Ungab Rock Formation stands next to a beach and is surrounded by clear blue and turquois waters.

The Mainit Sulfuric Hot Spring is a natural hot spring located in the mountainous and geothermally active interior of the town of Maco in the province of Davao de Oro. The heated water flows from the spring and through a stream which then cascades over a rocky side of a mountain where minerals are deposited on the surface to create these beautiful yellow stalactites.

The Roxas City Bridge is one of the most iconic landmarks of the City of Roxas, capital of the province of Capiz. Built in 1910 as Capiz Bridge, it was then later renamed as Roxas City Bridge, coinciding with the renaming of the municipality of Capiz to Roxas City.

Bega Falls is located in Barangay Mabuhay in the town of Prosperidad, the capital of Agusan del Sur province, Philippines. Legend has it that a beautiful fairy seduces men and lures them to the falls. Those who were enticed by the fairy were never found again.