Minimalist, modern, and elegant – these maybe some of the reasons why you would want to stay at EDL Farmhouse in Tarlac. I am convinced, too. But EDL is more than just the typical, cozy accommodation – it also provides guests that revitalizing farm experience.
It’s hard to define Ilocos in a few words. Why? Because it has a lot in it – from beaches to heritage places. And these are not just your typical tourist spots – they are some of the most scenic locations you’ll ever lay your eyes on.
Define epic. Define adventure. Define epic adventure. It’s not always that you get to experience an epic adventure. La Paz Sand Dunes will give you just that – an exhilarating journey that will mark deep in your memory.
Don’t ever leave Tarlac without feasting on its mouthwatering dishes and homegrown products, just don’t. It’s always a delight to discover local delicacies and Tarlac has a long list to offer. You will not only fill your tummy but for sure, you will have something to take home with you.
Life is full of surprises and so is Tarlac. Known for its vast rice fields, the quiet province is often treated as a stopover venue when traveling to more popular destinations like Ilocos and Baguio. If you have some moments to spare, there are actually many things you can do in the place from tasting…
A famous hub for affordable resorts, Bulacan has been a favorite option for quick getaways because of its proximity to Manila. San Rafael River Adventure adds to the list but I tell you, it raised the bar higher for that weekend escape you get to spend with your family or friends. Offering a combination of…
Malolos came from the word paluslos meaning downwards. Just a few hours away from Manila, it proved to be not just another quick escape from the metro. With its warm people and well-preserved culture, Malolos is the underrated heritage site that should be in your travel radar if you want a glimpse of the nation’s…
It was only after roaming around Itaewon that we went to Everland, South Korea’s largest theme park. Since we arrived almost late in the afternoon, we only availed of the night pass.
Getting a glimpse of the demilitarized zone (DMZ) in the Korean peninsula is one of the most interesting things you can do when you visit South Korea, especially if it’s your first time going to the country.
Namsangol Hanok Village is a picturesque, historical park where traditional Korean houses can be found. Located at the foot of Namsan Mountain, visiting the place is one of the best free things you can do in Seoul.