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The Philippines is a country that has 7,641 islands scattered throughout its territory. Just like a country in Southeast Asia, the Philippines also has a tropical climate because it is passed by the Equator. So it is not surprising that this country has interesting natural wealth.



A famous natural phenomenon in the Philippines is a typhoon called La Niña. Apart from Thailand, the Philippines is also a country that is a rice barn. The rice farming system in this country is quite advanced. There are still 2000-year-old rice farming sites that are still active today. While the sports that are so well-known among Filipinos are basketball and boxing. Do you guys know about this?

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One of the islands that are famous for being a tourist destination is Boracay. From Manila to Boracay you can use transportation options such as planes or buses followed by ferries. The distance of Boracay from the capital city of the Philippines is about 441 km and can be reached in 1 hour by plane. As for buses or private vehicles, the time needed is at least 12 hours.

Boracay / Photo by Cojo Rosales on Unsplash

Besides Boracay, there are many other tourist destinations that you can try. Here are the recommendations:




What To Do in The Philippines?


1. Banaue Rice Terraces

As previously mentioned, the Philippines is one of the largest agricultural countries in Asia, especially rice. So, it is only natural that there are tourist attractions in the Philippines in the form of rice terraces.

Banaue Rice Terraces / Photo by AR on Unsplash

The name of the tourist spot is Banaue Rice Terraces. In addition to its very beautiful natural charm, Banaue Rice Terraces also get the title of the highest terracing in the world.

Not a few people call it a ladder to the sky. And please note that the Philippines can grow rice, with good results, even without fertilizer. The location of Banaue Rice Terraces is found in the mountainous province of Ifugao in the Philippines.



2. Chocolate Hills

You may wonder, is Chocolate Hills related to food or chocolate candy? The answers are completely unrelated. Chocolate Hills is a hilly region in the Philippines. This name is taken from the color of the hills which turn brown when the dry season arrives. This brown color appears from the dry grass that covers the hill.

Chocolate Hills / Photo by Robin P on Unsplash

The number of hills in the Chocolate Hills area is very large. The number even reaches 1,500 with hill heights varying from 30 to 120 meters. The Chocolate Hills are so unique that they have been designated as a UNESCO world heritage site.



3. Intramuros

Located in the City of Manila, a recommendation for historical and instagrammable tourist attractions is Intramuros. This city is an old city, which is historic. You have to know that in terms of architecture, and the atmosphere conveys a Spanish flavor.

Cobblestone along Real St. in Intramuros / 2022 

The existence of Spanish architecture and atmosphere is not without reason. Intramuros is a fairly old city in Manila. This city is also a silent witness to the Spanish colonization of the Philippines for 300 years.

Intramuros is a fortress with an area of ​​4.5 kilometers, and in it, there are other historical buildings, such as The Church, which has the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the old manila house, Prophet Jesus Painting, and Fort Santiago. Visitors can walk around the area or by using a rickshaw. The atmosphere is comfortable and calm.



4. Vigan

Another UNESCO world heritage site in the Philippines is the City of Vigan. This area is very historic in the Philippines because it is a silent witness to the Spanish colonization of the Philippines. This city is popular and a tourist destination for foreign tourists who come to visit.

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The famous Calle Crisologo in Vigan

The arrangement of the Vigan area is very detailed and neat. You will probably agree with this statement when you see the building's architecture, ornaments, road conditions, layout of the building, statues, and the philosophy of the layout of the church.

The old city of Vigan can present romantic and instagramable tours in the Philippines. Especially when it starts to dusk, the lights start to turn on, so visitors will feel the atmosphere, and the view is very beautiful.



Are you ready to have a wonderful trip in The Philippines? Go download Traveloka App now and plan your holiday trip in The Philippines!

4 Tourists Destination in The Philippines You Should Visit


The Philippines is a country that has 7,641 islands scattered throughout its territory. Just like a country in Southeast Asia, the Philippines also has a tropical climate because it is passed by the Equator. So it is not surprising that this country has interesting natural wealth.



A famous natural phenomenon in the Philippines is a typhoon called La Niña. Apart from Thailand, the Philippines is also a country that is a rice barn. The rice farming system in this country is quite advanced. There are still 2000-year-old rice farming sites that are still active today. While the sports that are so well-known among Filipinos are basketball and boxing. Do you guys know about this?

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One of the islands that are famous for being a tourist destination is Boracay. From Manila to Boracay you can use transportation options such as planes or buses followed by ferries. The distance of Boracay from the capital city of the Philippines is about 441 km and can be reached in 1 hour by plane. As for buses or private vehicles, the time needed is at least 12 hours.

Boracay / Photo by Cojo Rosales on Unsplash

Besides Boracay, there are many other tourist destinations that you can try. Here are the recommendations:




What To Do in The Philippines?


1. Banaue Rice Terraces

As previously mentioned, the Philippines is one of the largest agricultural countries in Asia, especially rice. So, it is only natural that there are tourist attractions in the Philippines in the form of rice terraces.

Banaue Rice Terraces / Photo by AR on Unsplash

The name of the tourist spot is Banaue Rice Terraces. In addition to its very beautiful natural charm, Banaue Rice Terraces also get the title of the highest terracing in the world.

Not a few people call it a ladder to the sky. And please note that the Philippines can grow rice, with good results, even without fertilizer. The location of Banaue Rice Terraces is found in the mountainous province of Ifugao in the Philippines.



2. Chocolate Hills

You may wonder, is Chocolate Hills related to food or chocolate candy? The answers are completely unrelated. Chocolate Hills is a hilly region in the Philippines. This name is taken from the color of the hills which turn brown when the dry season arrives. This brown color appears from the dry grass that covers the hill.

Chocolate Hills / Photo by Robin P on Unsplash

The number of hills in the Chocolate Hills area is very large. The number even reaches 1,500 with hill heights varying from 30 to 120 meters. The Chocolate Hills are so unique that they have been designated as a UNESCO world heritage site.



3. Intramuros

Located in the City of Manila, a recommendation for historical and instagrammable tourist attractions is Intramuros. This city is an old city, which is historic. You have to know that in terms of architecture, and the atmosphere conveys a Spanish flavor.

Cobblestone along Real St. in Intramuros / 2022 

The existence of Spanish architecture and atmosphere is not without reason. Intramuros is a fairly old city in Manila. This city is also a silent witness to the Spanish colonization of the Philippines for 300 years.

Intramuros is a fortress with an area of ​​4.5 kilometers, and in it, there are other historical buildings, such as The Church, which has the status of a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the old manila house, Prophet Jesus Painting, and Fort Santiago. Visitors can walk around the area or by using a rickshaw. The atmosphere is comfortable and calm.



4. Vigan

Another UNESCO world heritage site in the Philippines is the City of Vigan. This area is very historic in the Philippines because it is a silent witness to the Spanish colonization of the Philippines. This city is popular and a tourist destination for foreign tourists who come to visit.

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The famous Calle Crisologo in Vigan

The arrangement of the Vigan area is very detailed and neat. You will probably agree with this statement when you see the building's architecture, ornaments, road conditions, layout of the building, statues, and the philosophy of the layout of the church.

The old city of Vigan can present romantic and instagramable tours in the Philippines. Especially when it starts to dusk, the lights start to turn on, so visitors will feel the atmosphere, and the view is very beautiful.



Are you ready to have a wonderful trip in The Philippines? Go download Traveloka App now and plan your holiday trip in The Philippines!

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