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JC Honors and Celebrates Top 50 Product Movers with Exclusive El Nido Travel Incentive

JC, a leading franchising company committed to promoting health and wellness, announced the conclusion of its “Just For Fun Top 50 Product Movers Travel Incentive” held from January 9 – 11, 2024, in El Nido, Palawan. JC’s first travel incentive of the year, treated JC’s top 50 Product Movers with nothing b...

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9 most popular hike destinations in PH

City life can be tiring at times, and many urban dwellers occasionally yearn to escape to a location close to nature. Lucky for us Filipinos, we live in a country where there are plenty of destinations to choose from. The Philippines is abundant in natural beauty, from the land to the sea. It is almost impossible for travelers to run out of destination ideas in the country....

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247 free EDSA bus rides to start on December 1

The Department of Transportation (DOTr) announced on Tuesday that the 247 operations of Libreng Sakay in ESDA Busway would be effective from December 1 to 31, 2022. This was two weeks earlier than their announcement that free bus rides would start on December 15. According to Land Transportation Franchising and Regulatory Board (LTFRB) Secretary Jaime Bautista, the directive is based upon the expected number of...

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DOT Palawan hailed as one of world's

Palawan was recognized as one of the world's Most Desirable Islands by a travel magazine based in the United Kingdom. The Wanderlust Travel Awards, now in its 21st year, gave the award to the province known for beaches and limestone formations, according to the Department of Tourism (DOT).

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Like clockwork World's longest passenger train winds through Swiss Alps

The world's longest passenger train -- an assembly of 100 connected coaches measuring nearly two kilometres -- wound through breath-taking scenery in the Swiss Alps Saturday.

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DOTr told to monitor airlines compliance with passengers rights during

A House official has urged the Department of Transportation to monitor the compliance of airlines with passengers rights and entitlements during flight cancellations.

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1.8-million tourists arrive in PH - DOT

Over 1.8-million foreign tourists have visited the Philippines since it reopened its borders for international travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The country has welcomed 1,827,603 foreigners as of Monday, October 24, according to the Department of Tourism (DOT). It noted that the majority, or 18.98%, of foreigners, came from the United States, with 346,806 travelers. #In60words...

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Boracay claims Top Island in Asia spot

The Department of Tourism (DOT) celebrates the country's consecutive victories in the Cond� Nast Traveler (CNT) 2022 Readers' Choice Awards.

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Berlin stages light festival despite energy crunch

Berlin opened its annual Festival of Lights with colourful projections on key monuments Friday, but has deployed major power-saving measures as Germany grapples with an energy crisis linked to the war in Ukraine.

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Hong Kong to give away 500,000 airline tickets to revive

Hong Kong will give away 500,000 airline tickets worth HK2 billion (US254 million) as part of an effort early next year to entice travelers to visit the city. We hope to give the maximum room to reconnect Hong Kong, and to revitalize our economy, Hong Kong's Chief Executive John Lee said in a press conference on Friday.

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PHL bags wins in the Cond� Nast Traveler Awards 2022

The Department of Tourism (DOT) announced that the world-renowned Island of Boracay was awarded the Top Island in Asia while Palawan ranked eighth in the recent Conde Nast Traveler (CNT) Readers’ Choice Award. In a press release, Tourism Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco said that they are extremely grateful for the international...

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Ex-DOT official wants to rebrand Bohol as a tourist destination

To remain appealing to its potential audiences as the preferences of the global market change, a location must rebrand just like Bohol. This was the point made by Benito Bong Bengzon Jr., a renowned tourism expert considered to work as the Aumentado administration's tourism consultant.

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Qatar races to ready luxury and budget rooms for World

Fifty days before the World Cup kicks off in Qatar, workers are pouring concrete and hammering through the night to ready luxury hotels and bargain apartments for a million or more football fans.

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Bohol's chocolate hills nominated as one of 7 UNESCO geoparks

Bohol, with its world-famous Chocolate Hills, is one of seven considered geoparks recommended by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization's Global Geoparks Council (UNESCO). The other six are from Indonesia Ijen, Maros Pangkep, Iran, Waitaki Whitestone, New Zealand, Kinabalu, Malaysia, and Khorat, Thailand. According to the Council, these sites are being reevaluated and invalidated....

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Ageing Hollywood sign to get a facelift

In a place where ageing is frowned upon and facelifts are common, even the sign that proclaims Hollywood to the world is joining in. The nine-letter landmark that beams down on Tinseltown turns 100 years old in 2023, and like the time-defying actors and actresses it watches over, it looks pretty much the same as it has for decades.

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