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Travel Guide: Route map and schedule, itinerary, and places to see when planning a commuting tour in Pasig River Ferry This is a not a sponsored post. January 2020, Manila – MMDA is offering FREE rides until January 31, 2020, Monday to Saturday, see the route map and ferry Read more…
The best things to do in Intramuros, is through immersion with our rich Spanish-influenced history, culture and heritage. Learn from storytellers – the previous lifestyles together with the relics now cherished with extinction and worthy value.
Barangay Pundaquit established its name following the progress of the area, distinctly the nearby islands and the Anawangin zone. The best things to do in Pundaquit, San Antonio, Zambales aside from beachfront are located on every side of Pundaqui. Explore the Zambales mountains, enjoy the fresh seafoods, tropical fruits, and local kakanin, or engage in island hopping adventure.
Travel Guide: Heritage and culinary places to see and try when planning a trip to San Miguel, Bulacan
Best Things to Do in San Miguel, Bulacan
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San Miguel Arcangel Church (San Miguel de Mayumo). San Miguel Arcangel was founded by the Augustinians in 1607 as a part of the Candaba (border between Pampanga and Bulacan) visit. From 1726-1872, San Miguel Arcangel has visited the towns of Gapan and Macabebe both located in Pampanga proper. San Miguel town was used to be acknowledged as part of Pampanga province. The current church was built with bricks, concrete, and steel in Baroque architecture, spearheaded by Padre Juan Manuel Tombo in 1848. Construction was completed under the term of Padre Francisco Arriola in 1869. In 1898, during the Spanish regime, the church became the fortress of the Spaniards under Lieutenant Telesforo Carrasco until they yield to Philippine revolutionary headed by Col. Pablo Tecson. During the World War 2, the structure was heavily damaged and underwent re-organizing in 1941-1948 under the term of Padre Honorio Resurreccion. It was re-constructed in 2003. To date, the church is administered by the Diocese of Malolos. San Miguel Arcangel is said to be the only Spanish-era church in Bulacan province that has belfry attached on top of its pediment. Atop the entablature lies a stone sculpture of Saint Michael slaying the demon. The church also serves as the resting place of notable families from Bulacan, part of Philippine history you can visit the late Dr. Maximo Viola’s tomb, he is known as a close friend of Jose Rizal, who is also a propagandist and writer like Rizal. He financed the publishing of Rizal’s work – The Noli Me Tangere.
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Poblacion, San Miguel, Bulacan
Lakad Pamana Visits Bulacan Farmers in the towns of Bustos and San Ildefonso This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine. Organic farming or just the “basic farming” skills is now being pushed to young ones to learn to appreciate the importance and interest of educating everybody – – Read more…
Travel Guide: Accommodation, itinerary and places to see when planning a trip to Panglao, Bohol
Best Things to Do in Panglao, Bohol
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Unlike Boracay, Panglao Island’s beach front can still be considered unsaturated by big crowds. These unspoiled beaches with plenty of rooms to bask in the sun, play in the milky white sand is one of the must visit destination. When you have zero ideas how to roam the town, before your travel, we suggest to create your DIY itineraries writing down your priority list of must-see places that is if say you’re staying on a tight schedule. Practically most beach resorts and hotels have arranged travel tour groups that offers package rates depending on the tourist spots of your choice. They will let you choose the preferred destinations, the package normally fits big groups or large size family. A standard package rates for a group of five (5) starts at PHP3,500 ($70) to PHP5,000 ($100) includes a one (1) day trip to Man-made Forest, Chocolate Hills, Tarsier Conservatory Center, Bamboo Hanging Bridge, Loboc River Cruise, (more…)