Travel & Culture

5 Classroom Game Ideas to Make School Exciting

The cause of an unresponsive classroom can be due to a number of things, but one common cause is bored students. We bet the image of no one raising their hands…

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August Festivals Philippines

August Festivals to Look Forward To When You’re in the Philippines

What comes to your mind when you think of the Philippines? Do you think of white sand beaches? Or is it the hot tropical weather? Do you also think of…

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Explore Mindanao

Explore Mindanao This Summer!

If you think Boracay, Baguio, and Palawan are all the Philippines has to offer, think again. From up north to down south, the Philippines is filled with wonders spread all…

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Tourist Spots in Antique

Antique: The Province Where the Mountains Meet the Sea

A region shrouded in mystery and cloaked with an eerie folklore, the Western Visayas is always perceived as a creepy destination for tourists. Some say, it’s the place where mythical creatures lurk even in…

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Bantayan Island

Cebu’s Must-Visit Place: The Bantayan Island

Whether you crave for some historical adventure or a dip in pristine waters, Cebu’s tourist spots got your back. From archaic houses and churches to white-sand beaches, name it! But…

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Jeepneys

How Jeepneys Became a Symbol of Philippine Culture

In the busy streets, archaic public vehicles rush their way through private cars, taxicabs, and motorcycles. Most of the time, they come with barkers who slickly call for passengers. They’re brightly painted,…

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Corregidor

Corregidor Island: The Silent Witness to the Philippines’s Haunting History

Thirty miles from inland Manila, Corregidor Island bears witness to a daunting past of the Philippines. It is strategically positioned at the entrance of Manila Bay, where commerce and trade flourished….

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Tribal Games

Tribal Games of the Philippines That Are Still Played Today

The Philippines is a foreign concept. Prior to colonization, the archipelago consisted of a mishmash of ethnolinguistic cultures, each tribe and barangay bearing a name of their own. At present, the 7,641…

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Burias Island

Burias Island: The Hidden Gem of Masbate

Clock’s ticking so quickly; before you know it, it’ll be summer time soon! So take out your swimwear and get that beach body ready for another dose of sunshine this vacation….

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Filipino Superstitions

15 Strange Filipino Superstitions Rooted in Beliefs of Old

We previously mentioned about the Filipinos’ religious devotion even before Spanish occupation. Ancient Filipino religious beliefs centered on worshiping gods, goddesses, and ancestors who control certain aspects of life and nature—livelihood, family,…

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