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Romblon: Boracay's Underrated Sister

Romblon: Boracay's Underrated Sister
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Davao as sports tourism hub

DOT scored a marketing coup with its hosting of the Alveo IRONMAN 70.3 triathlon.

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DOT warns tourists against bogus travel agents

Sec. Teo advises the public to verify the legitimacy of travel agencies before transacting business..
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7 BEST HOLY WEEK DESTINATIONS IN PAMPANGA

Come and visit these 7 best Holy Week destinations in Pampanga...
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Things to do this Holy Week in Pampanga, Philippines
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HENRY SY: HE PEDDLED CHEAP AMERICAN SHOES IN THE 50s

Henry Sy runs the Philippines' largest retailer, but he operates his SM Group almost as if it were a family-owned corner greengrocery. Each week, the 80-year-old (estimated net worth: $1.2 billion), sporting his trademark Hawaiian shirt, gathers his six children at the company's warehouse-style offices near Manila's waterfront, where they oversee nearly every aspect of the business, from property deals to labor negotiations. On Saturdays, family members fan out to make firsthand inspections of their SM malls, department stores and supermarkets. (Source: TIME/CNN.COM)
 

Start Visita Iglesia in Betis, Pampanga

Visual catechism is so rich at St. James the Apostle Parish in the old district of Betis, Pampanga...
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MT. PINATUBO TRAVEL ADVISORY

Here is the latest travel advisory on Mt. Pinatubo for tourists aiming to mount an uphill climb to the crater.
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TRAVEL GUIDE BOOKS NOW AVAILABLE!

Travel - related books are now available for use of tourism students and practitioners in the hospitality industry.
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Korean firm, Capas execs defy gov’t to run Pinatubo treks anew

CAPAS, Tarlac- Almost five months after six people, including three tourists, were killed by rampaging waters on the slopes of Mt. Pinatubo, a Korean investor and the local government here have defied authorities by again offering treks to the volcanic summit and building new structures at the crater area.

Reynaldo Garcia, chief of the Environmental Impact Assessment Division of the Environmental Management Bureau (EMB) regional office said the EMB issued a “cease and desist” order to the Korean firm Pull Travel Destination Corp. (PDC) which operates a spa and the trekking project after the tragic accident on the slopes last Aug. 6.

The PDC was given permit by the Capas municipal government to operate in Barangay Sta. Juliana in this town where the trek to the crater starts, municipal tourism officer Marissa Velasquez admitted in a telephone interview.
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