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Things to do in Philippines for Travel Lovers

Best things to do in Philippines:

things to do in philippines

The Philippines is one of the most extensive countries in Asia. It stretches over more than 7,500 islands, the Philippines are known for the tropical climate and beautiful views. Because it is a tropical country, many foreigners know it as a great place to escape the cold winters of their countries of origin and to enjoy the warm sunshine and clean beaches of the islands. These are the top things to do in Philippines :

1. Sagada

Sagada

Sagada is located in a mountainous area of ​​the Philippines. Because it is in the mountains, the climate is colder than in other parts of the Philippines. The best attractions in Sagada are the hanging coffins, a traditional way of burying people who are still being used. Also drive early in the morning on the Kiltepan peak to see the cloud sea between the mountain ranges. Some people go to Sagada to enjoy and think about their lives, because this place is really peaceful. Sagada is a perfect place for those who are a bit isolated from the crowds.

2. Boracay

Boracay

Boracay is a small island known for its natural white sand beaches and beautiful blue waters. He has been mentioned in some remarkable travel reports as one of the best tourist islands to visit in the world. Every year more than a million tourists visit Boracay because of the peace, tranquility and the rising nightlife. It is definitely a must-see destination when you go to the Philippines.

3. Manila

Manila

Manila is the capital of the Philippines and is full of history. Take a tour of Manila and visit beautiful historic sites such as Fort Santiago, Manila Bay, the National Museum of the Philippines and the Luneta Park. You will be surprised how the Philippines has improved and evolved as a nation.

4. Vigan

 Vigan

Vigan is a place that takes you to the past because it is one of the few remaining places in the Philippines where the colonial buildings are still preserved. The architecture combines Spanish Filipino, Asian and colonial influences from the 16th century. In 1999, Vigan was recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site and later by the New7wonders Foundation as one of the New 7Wonder Cities in 2015 as one of the world wonders of cities.

5. Chocolate Hills in Bohol

Chocolate Hills Bohol

The famous chocolate hills in Bohol are formed by more than a thousand small hills in an area of ​​20 square miles. The hills are covered with grass and in the winter the grass turns brown and the hills give a chocolate color in the shape of Hershey pillow. Hence the name Chocolate Hills. People also visit Bohol to see tarsiers, these are small primates that are no bigger than a human fist. Because they live in trees and have large, round eyes, some people can initially confuse them with owls.

6. Mayon volcano

Mayon volcano

The Mayon volcano is the most famous active volcano in the Philippines because of its perfectly symmetrical conical appearance. The last eruption occurred in 2009, which resulted in the evacuation of thousands of people living on the bottom of the volcano. Some activities that you can do at the bottom of the volcano are the ATV adventures and a visit to the ruins of Cagsawa, which was a city that was destroyed by an eruption in 1814.

7. Baguio

Baguio

The Philippines are a tropical country, so the climate is expected to be warm. However, if you are looking for a place to cool off after a tour of the busy streets of sunny Manila, Baguio is definitely the place to be. Baguio is located in the north of the Philippines and you can make a trip. Baguio is famous for its fresh strawberries, ube jam (a purple yam) and many restaurants called rest.

8. Zamboanga

Zamboanga

Zamboanga lies at the foot of the Philippine archipelago and is a place famous for its vinta tradition, where locals feed on small boats, but beautifully built with colorful candles. If you speak Spanish, then you have no problems with the language in Zamboanga because the locals speak Spanish but they call their language “Chavakano”.

These are the things to do in Philippines.

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