Contrary to what I have initially thought, the cemetery isn't off-limits to people who are not Chinese. Christians and Chinese Buddhists are in fact welcome here, assuming they want to be buried here, when they're dead of course. This explains the tombs that are pre-dominantly Catholic in architectural designs. Mormon and Protestant tombs can also be spotted in the area.
San Jose in Occidental Mindoro is not known for its tourist spots. For visitors, it’s mainly a transit point to Sablayan a few hours up north. But it does have its own attractions which can be done in two days
Bud Bongao or simply Bud (Bongao Peak) is the major landmark that welcomes visitors to the island province of Tawi-Tawi, the southernmost province of the country, located in the Autonomous Region on Muslim Mindanao (ARMM)
There’s a few ways to get to El Nido. Most people arriving to Palawan come through Puerto Princessa. P.P. is roughly an 8 hour bus ride from El Nido – but Holy Roads Batman. Most of the journey is driven on roads that have so many potholes, the moon’s surface would look flat in comparison. It’s definitely a bumpy ride. You can also take a ferry up the coast, or down from the neighbouring island of Coron
With its comfortable rooms, convenient location and hip vibe, MNL Boutique Hostel is an ideal place for backpackers to spend a night or two in Manila. The hostel is centrally located near Makati’s tourist center, right behind a mall, with banks, convenience stores, embassies and easy modes of transportation just around the corner. But what sets it apart is its fun vibe that just oozes with character and its mission to let travelers experience local Pinoy culture and hospitality at its best.
The island doesn’t have any towns which would be considered overly large by Filipino standards. The port towns of Siquijor and Lorena are by far the largest, most likely due their limited connection to anything beyond the isolated world which exists here!
There's no doubt that Guisi is one of Guimaras' well-kept secret. This beach may not have the powdery white sands of Boracay or the long coastlines of Cagbalete but it does have that certain beauty that can only be appreciated if you look at it without comparing to the other known beaches.
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