Philippine tourist spots

@2timothy (794)
Philippines
January 6, 2007 10:35pm CST
What are the places you would recommend to your guest or would bring them to in the Philippines and why?
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10 responses
• Philippines
8 Jan 07
i would take them to Caliraya Lake in Laguna... it's a man-made lake on top of a mountain. the view going there is awesome with lots of lush greenery. the air is as cold as baguio's and there are lots of neighboring resorts with views of the lake. Japanese Garden is Nearby where you get the sense that you are in tagaytay. there are also a number of golf courses around.
@2timothy (794)
• Philippines
25 Mar 07
I have stayed a number of times in Caliraya Recreational Center years ago and the spinning top show there is very entertaining and worth watching too. The Japanese garden with native huts, overlooking the winding Kennon Road, is a good place to take pictures where the mountains are not yet clustered with houses.
@Deane_2005 (1644)
• Philippines
1 Feb 07
Concepcion, Iloilo Philippines - Concepcion,Iloilo Philippines
I would probably bring him to Concepcion,Iloilo. This place has not been a tourist destinations but I would surely say that this place has many island that is worth watching for. I remember my first time visiting this place, I feel shocked because I could see the beauty of an island which has not been developed.One island we visited are full of starfishes and fishes that swims with you when you go swimming,this is were I cross one island to another by just bare feet during low tide.Upon going to another island I have seen too many sea urchins. There is also some rock formation in another island with distinctive shapes. There are so many island in Concepcions that are uninhabited but exhibit white beaches and what I really like bout it is that the place is surrounded by islands and mountains. The person that will visit the place will surely love the tranquility and the nature that was not yet explored by a lot of people.
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@luranski (171)
• Philippines
25 Jan 07
boracay, sagada, corregidor! there so many places to mention, depends on the guest's preferences...
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• Philippines
23 Jan 07
you could try batanes...zero crime rate and good sceneries...
@wesker311 (510)
• Philippines
15 Jan 07
tourist loves hand made crafts so ill recommend Albay for their famous hand made bags! Pakil Laguna for their wood carvings. Hundred Islands and Siargao were they can surf! the famous Tubbataha reef in palawan!
@akosi63 (331)
• Philippines
11 Jan 07
If they like beach, then I will take them to Camiguin or Palawan, a more serene and quiet place, more of nature's sound, unlike in Bora (though it is also a beautiful place, powderlike sand). If they like to be in a cool place, I can accompany them to Tagaytay (only 3hrs away from Manila) or Baguio (5-6 hrs away), wet market(Baguio) I only want to go. ΓΌ
@sweet_pea (3323)
• Philippines
27 May 11
There are 7,107 islands in the Philippines waiting for us to be explored. I had been to Baguio, Vigan, Laoag, Pangasinan, Boracay, Cebu, Bohol, Davao and Palawan. There are a lot of places in the Philippines to go to. It is really fun exploring them.
@2timothy (794)
• Philippines
31 May 11
Hundred Islands is definitely a must-see if you want to see more than a hundred islands in one day.
@sweet_pea (3323)
• Philippines
2 Jun 11
Not really. Tourists only get to see 4 major islands out of the hundred. There isn't really much sand to stay on the other islands.
@delaney36 (817)
• Philippines
15 Jan 07
well I'm sure they love scuba diving, then Palawan, Bohol and Boracay is the best place for them. If they plan to come, they just have to plan it 3 mnths ahead and book everything. If they need any assistance in that area, they can always e-mail me and i would be glad to help.
@Fakhir (51)
• Philippines
7 Jan 07
definitely boracay. most foreigners love the philippines because of boracay. you can also take them to palawan or bohol or even tagaytay, if they miss the cold weather.
@shobejen (644)
• Philippines
7 Jan 07
hmm... if they like beaches, i would probably bring them to palawan, boracay or bohol, i heard there are beautiful beaches there... if they like historical things, there are a few museums in manila, you can go to corregidor island, or in laoag for the marcos' history...