The name Baguio conjures, for both the international and domestic traveler, a highland retreat in the Grand Cordillera in Northern Luzon, with pine trees, crisp cold breezes and low verdant knolls and hillocks. Through the numerous decades Baguio has morphed from what was once a grassy marshland into one of the cleanest and greenest, most highly urbanized cities in the country. It has made its mark as a premiere tourist destination in the Northern part of the Philippines with its cool climate, foggy hills, panoramic views and lovely flowers. Being the ideal convergence zone of neighboring highland places, Baguio is the melting pot of different peoples and cultures and has boosted its ability to provide a center for education for its neighbors. Its rich culture and countless resources have lured numerous investments and business opportunities to the city.
Boracay is a tropical island surrounded by stunning white sand beaches located approximately 315 km south of Manila. Its main beach is 'White Beach' and consists of four beautiful kilometers of extremely fine white sand, lapped by crystal clear waters surrounded by coral reefs. The beach itself is also the main lung tourist.
Often called the `Queen City of the South`, Cebu is the country`s oldest city. Today the island province leads in traditional and non-traditional exports and has the highest economic growth rate anywhere in the country. Likewise, recent indications pointed out that Cebu has become the country`s favorite tourist destination. In contrast to the bustling metropolis, the rest of Cebu`s 167 islets and islands are lined with idyllic white sandy beaches and pristine clear waters. Cebu has gained wide popularity for fantastic diving grounds evidenced by the proliferation of resorts which offer luxurious accommodations, excellent dive facilities and the services of competent dive masters and dive guides. Cebu`s strategic location makes it ideal for those who wish to travel to the other islands and provinces by plan, boat or bus. No place could be too far from Cebu.
Founded in 1571, the capital city of the Philippines, Manila is the biggest city in the region and the governmental, commercial and educational centre of the nation. The city is located on the country's biggest island, Luzon, on the eastern shore and offers a beautiful ocean view, especially at sunset. In the center of the old city you can still observe the original Spanish colonial settlement, the old fort and St. Augustine Church. An interesting sight is the Santo Tomas University - one of the oldest universities in Asia, with its Arts and Science Museum.
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