4 Must-Visit Cities In Philippines

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Its beaches, heritage towns and monuments, mountains, rainforests, islands and diving spots are among the Philippines most popular tourist destinations. Here is the best of Philippines destination for your next visit.

Clark is a sprawling, cosmopolitan metropolis that offers many places of interest and a host of events and activities accessible to a wide spectrum of tourists and visitors. Choose from a variety of duty free shops, shopping malls, bars and restaurants located inside the secured boundaries of the Freeport. Accommodation is never a problem as numerous lodging facilities offering premium service for very reasonable rates are at your disposal. For the more adventurous, try hot-air ballooning, ultralight flying, skydiving or off-road driving. You can also go trekking at Mt. Pinatubo or go on an aerial tour of it.Join the thrill of the Philippine Hot Air Balloon Fiesta in February and other special events lined up for the year.

Visit Western Mindanao's gateway city and enjoy the beauty of its exquisite beaches - like Dakak Beach Resort. Nestled in a private cove, this coastal hideaway boasts of white fine sand and crystal clear waters. Take a plunge in the cool blue sea or comb the beach either on foot or horseback. Head inland and explore the lush forests through hiking trails. You'll be amazed by the wildlife in the area - exotic birds that paint the sky with their brilliant colors or the native deer that gently roam these tranquil woods

Dumaguete is known as “The City of Gentle People.” It’s easy to see why – this is a serene university town filled with genteel locals, and its atmosphere is conducive to artistic and scholarly pursuits. No visit to Dumaguete would be complete without spending time on Rizal Boulevard, a beachfront promenade along the city’s commercial district. Thanks to its restaurants, tempurahan (hawker-style stalls) and various watering holes, the area is an excellent place to enjoy a morning cup of coffee or a lively evening with friends.

Centuries-old churches, watchtowers and ancestral mansions make Iloilo a virtual museum city and historical showcase. For a glimpse of an even remoter past, its museums and private collections have on display Chinese porcelain, prehistoric artifacts and fossil shells. Its inland hideaways - Nagarao, Naburot, Sicigin - with white sand beaches and coral-rich waters, have become the favorite playgrounds of divers and beach-lovers.