Boracay

Boracay is known for its long stretch of powdery, white sand. Words by Mary May Portez / Photograph by Tony Villanueva Discover | rediscover one of the most charming, friendly, captivating, exhausting,... 

Palawan, Puerto Princesa

Sheridan Beach Resort and Spa Words by Mary May Portez / Photographs by Jaime Cumagun Yield to the seductive tranquility and bustling culture of one of the most controversial destinations in the country There... 

“Take it from me, a priest who won’t lie.”

A priest’s journey to Ifugao and Mountain Province Words: Rodel Balagtas I always go to the beautiful, tropical destinations of the Philippines when I go “home” for vacation around December or January... 

Tapas Bars and Michelin Stars with Travels and Tapas

Author: Chrissie Walker, food writer San Sebastian’s Bahia de la Concha, at night  Jose Macicior and Isabel Aspillera have fast become the faces of bespoke food and culture trips to northern... 

AirAsia re-connects Kuala Lumpur direct to Cebu, Philippines with 3x weekly flights

Seats with RM0 base fare one way available from 5th May onwards at www.airasia.com with flights commencing on 24th July 2014 KUALA LUMPUR, 4th May 2014 – AirAsia will be re-commencing direct flights... 

Misibis Bay

 By Amelia Davis   The work week gets hectic, your to-do list piles up, and you can’t remember the last time that you smiled. Any of that sound familiar to some of you? Life can get crazy,... 

Caramoan

By Regine Rafael The best thing about the group of islands called Caramoan, which lie off the coast of Naga City in Camarines Sur, is that you can have these islands all to yourself. Not just because... 

Tagaytay City

By Steno A. Padilla   There are places where the body and the soul can find balance and rejuvenate, like a beach with pristine water and fine sand or a lush mountain that is sometimes obscured by mist....