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Visiting Philippines

The Philippines is one of the world's largest archipelagos, made up of over 7000 islands and islets. Famous for its white sandy beaches, exciting city life, exotic flora and fauna, warm hospitality and so much more - this destination is the perfect spot if you're planning a tropical getaway.

Official Language: Filipino and English
Currency: Philippine Peso (PHP)
Weather: Tropical climate
Visa application: A visa is not required for a stay of less than 30 days for most countries.

What to See?
With thousands of islands to choose from, planning a visit to the Philippines can be rather overwhelming. Here’s a list of remarkable places to get you started:
 

  • Baguio
    Dubbed as the “City of Pines”, Baguio is nestled within the North Luzon mountains. With cool climate throughout the year, this city offers a good mix of family-friendly activities and cultural attractions, set against a beautiful scenery of pine forests.
  • Makati
    A first-class cosmopolitan city known as the Philippines’ central financial hub, Makati is the perfect destination for upscale shopping and an exciting night out.
  • Pasay
    A highly urbanised metropolis located just south of Manila, Pasay serves as the country's gateway to the Philippine capital's historical attractions. Pasay City is famous for its stretch of cafés and bars that offer views of Manila’s stunning sunset.
  • Pasig City
    Located in the eastern side of Metro Manila, Pasig offers a good mix of notable dining destinations, sophisticated malls, and a lively nightlife.
  • Quezon City
    You will not run out of things to do in the Philippines’ largest city. Quezon City is known for its exciting entertainment hotspots, historical landmarks, local markets, and eco-parks.


What to Eat?
Filipino cuisine is a mix of Spanish influences and gastronomic dishes from over a hundred cultural groups in the Philippine islands. The huge variety of food is found in simple yet delicious affairs such as Arroz Caldo (Thick chicken rice porridge), and complex recipes such as the famous Filipinos’ staple Adobo (Savoury meat stew). Another must-try local classic is Halo-halo (A mix of several sweet treats piled atop shaved ice) - perfect in the tropical heat!

What to Do?
Philippines isn’t just about postcard-perfect beaches. Don’t miss out on the cool highlands, rich mountain culture, towering waterfalls, cosmopolitan cities and not forgetting, immersing yourself in the warm hospitality of the Filipino culture.

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