Our Batanes tour will not be complete without experiencing the 45-minute falowa ride to Sabtang Island. Sabtang is one of the municipalities of Batanes Island Group and is divided into 6 baranggays which include Chavayan and Savidug. Noticeably more rural than Batan, Sabtang Island has preserved the traditional Ivatan stone houses and even the culture.
Batanes is undeniably a dream escape to many travel enthusiasts. A dream come true for me, exploring the island is falling in love with it – love at first sight! And every sight indeed! Tagged by others as a paradise in the northern part of the Philippines, Batan is the main and second to the…
Our road trip to Laguna started at Nagcarlan Church and Underground Cemetery after which we headed our way to Liliw, otherwise known as Laguna’s tsinelas capital.
Aside from the usual weekend beach getaway, Las Casas Filipinas de Acuzar will let you travel back in the 18th century with its traditional mansions and heritage houses.
If there will be only one city you can visit in Hong Kong, go to Tsim Sha Tsui and you will definitely spoil yourself with a lot of things to do from visiting historical landmarks to luxurious shopping.
Macau houses 25 UNESCO World Heritage Sites, collectively known as the Historic Centre of Macau.
Japan’s third largest city after Tokyo and Yokohama, Osaka can give you a feel of what Japanese urban life is like. You can get yourself a huge treat from its shopping malls, restaurants and amusement facilities.
A striking city, Tokyo is truly a home of high-class fashion, remarkable architecture, great entertainment, traditional culture, luscious restaurants and many more. Walking around Harajuku, Shibuya and Akihabara is definitely a lavish treat while visiting Zojoji Temple and Tokyo Tower is certainly a lovely sightseeing.
Only two-hour drive from Manila, Pansol in Calamba Laguna is a famous destination for private hot spring resorts promising a soothing getaway. Really a must-try weekend treat, we spent one, fun night at Pansol’s Royal Elizabeth.
Fortunate to spend a day in Kamakura, we visited Hasedera, a temple built on a hill and Kamakura Daibutsu, Japan’s second tallest Buddha statue.