Tips & Tricks
Star City (Vicente Sotto St, Manila, Metro Manila) – this is another Manila area amusement park (located near the Cultural Center of the Philippines in Pasay City). An array of roller coaster, Ferris wheel, water and swing rides rule the day here. While the regular admission (to the park only) is P65, the “ride-all-you-can” admission […]
Manila Zoo (Adriatico St, Malate, Manila, Metro Manila) – opened in 1959, Manila Zoo has a land area of 5.5 hectares and has a current population of about 500 animals. There are 106 species, among which are 30 different kinds of mammals, 63 reptile species and 13 types of birds. In addition to popular zoo […]
Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club (Congressional Rd, General Mariano Alvarez, Cavite) – located 34 km. south of Manila, this is one of the better golf courses in the Philippines (taking advantage of the local topography). This golf club boasts two (2) Championship Jack Nicklaus Signature golf courses: The Legends and The Masters (the first […]
Taal Volcano (Talisay, Batangas, Luzon) – this volcano and lake (located 2 hours south of Manila) is another eco-tourist destination. Taal is reputed to be the smallest active volcano in the world! One of the most visited tourist spots in the Philippines, this geological wonder is actually a volcano within a lake within a volcano. […]
Puerto Galera (Oriental Mindoro) – this beach (located on Mindoro island, just south of Luzon Island – where Manila is located) is a favored beach destination for those familiar with the Philippines. Along with sunbathing and water sports activities, visitors will be amazed to know that dolphin and whale watching is often conducted from here.
Mount Pinatubo (Cabusilan Mountains, Luzon) – a 3-hour drive northwest of Manila will take adventurous eco-tourist to another active Filipino volcano: Mount Pinatubo. Its last eruption was in 1991. It is one of a chain of volcanoes known as the Luzon volcanic arc, which is the result of the Oceanic Philippine plate being sub ducted […]