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General Info
The Capital City of the Philippines - the heart and soul of the country. Manila is where " Malacanang Palace ", the seat of government is located. It is the political, financial and cultural centre of the country.
Manila is the Philippines ' premiere gateway; the access-point by land, air, and sea to the other international gateways and secondary travel gateway cities and provinces of the country. Manila is ideal for business-cum-leisure trip and a hub for travelers who go for culture & entertainment, from vibrant markets, city golf courses, health and wellness facilities, local and international cuisine, extensive shopping malls and historic buildings to museums celebrating every aspect of the country's unique cultural blend.
Cebu - the Queen City of the South, serves as the political, economic and cultural hub in the Visayas.
Cebu also serves as the gateway to central and southern Philippines , with many historical spots, cultural events, hotels, shopping malls, entertainment centers, and golf fairways for both local & foreign tourists. Its 166 islands and islets are a diver's dream, fringed with sandy beaches and clear, blue waters that are loaded with marine life.
As a tourist in Cebu, one can combine business with pleasure as the Cebu Business Park and the old downtown areas are less than an hour away from both the beach and the upland resorts.
Boracay - is a butterfly-shaped island located at the northwestern tip of Panay Island in Western Visayas . With its three-and-half kilometer stretch of powdery white, talcum-fine sand beach and warm-crystalline waters, Boracay is acclaimed to be the finest beach in Asia and one of the best in the world.
The palm-studded tropical paradise offers rustic cottages as well as modern resort facilities found mostly in the middle portion of the island. It boasts of several sites for aqua sports activities, snorkeling and access to excellent dive sites.
Bohol - is an oval-shaped island located at the heart of the Visayas in Central Philippines, between Leyte and Cebu . Along its coastline are the numerous isles of Panglao, Pamilacan, Cabilao, Jao, Mahanay, and Lapinin, which are excellent dive sites.
With its rolling hills and plateaus, crystal springs and pristine beaches, Bohol is a tranquil, picturesque, island-province replete with ancestral homes, centuries-old churches and various archaic mementos spread throughout the small island. The main attractions are the Chocolate Hills, the tarsier, 16 th century watchtowers and "Jesuit Baroque" mission churches, from where you can get a glimpse of Philippine history and the country's diverse cultures.

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