Without doubt, Angkor Wat of Siem Reap is one of the most celebrated heritage sites of our time. For more than 700 years, it was the centre of the Khmer empire. And still today, it remains as the spiritual heart of Cambodia. Built between roughly A.D. 1113 and 1150, and encompassing an area of about … Continue reading One Full Day Angkor Wat Sample Itinerary
With all these promo airfares popping almost every weekend, it is now easier for us Filipinos to plan weekend getaways overseas without spending so much. Vietnam, Hongkong, Thailand and Singapore are nearby destinations we usually visit, as these countries are just around 3 hours away by plane, and are Visa-free for Filipinos. Aiming to encourage … Continue reading Relaxed Three Days Itinerary:Siem Reap,Cambodia 2019
This payday, Cebu Pacific is holding a seat sale today (January 30) for flights from its hub in Davao City. Fly to Bacolod, Iloilo, Bohol, Tacloban or Zamboanga for as low as PHP99 (base fare). Go on a food trip to experience Chicken Inasal in Bacolod; or the famous Iloilo Batchoy; or party the night … Continue reading One Day Payday Sale for Davao City Hub #CebuPacific
Yes, bes! I just got my passport back from the agent, with an approved Multiple Entry Visa to Japan, valid for 5 years. And I am sharing with you guys how I was able to complete the process. PAANO at SINO BA ANG QUALIFIED FOR MULTIPLE ENTRY? As per Japan Embassy website, here are the … Continue reading Japan MULTIPLE Entry Visa Approved! (An Application Guide)
I mentioned a lot of times on my recent Japan-trip blogs re the JR Pass I purchased, that gave me access to unlimited train rides between major cities in Japan. During my trip, I was able to visit Kyoto, Himeji, Hiroshima and Sapporo, with Tokyo as my port of entry (via Cebu Pacific direct flight from … Continue reading Japan Multi-City Tour using JR PASS. Sulit buhh?!
Japan never runs out of sights and experiences for any eager tourists to enjoy. I had several best times in Tokyo and Kyoto, but the days spent in Hokkaido were no doubt the highlight of my recent 10 days trip to Japan. Hokkaido is Japan's northernmost prefecture, with Sapporo as its most popular City. I … Continue reading Josemanuel Goes To Sapporo
So during my recent Japan trip, I had one extra day in Kyoto. To take advantage of my JR Pass (Unlimited inter-city JR Train pass), I decided to see Hiroshima City, which is around 2 hours away from my location.Initially, I planned to spend the whole day in nearby Nara, a Unesco heritage site, which … Continue reading Himeji and Hiroshima Easy Side Trip
Kyoto is considered as the cradle of Japanese culture and religion. Being the former capital for many centuries, Kyoto houses 17 of the most well preserved UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Japan today. Kyoto is indeed a top place to visit for the culture junkies. In addition, the city is also offers the best views … Continue reading One Day Tour Around the Heritage Sites of Kyoto
The first non-stop route from mainland China to Davao. On December 18, 2018, Xiamen Airlines will officially launch its inaugural flight from Quanzhou(Jinjiang) to Davao. This is also one of only three international routes operated from Davao’s Francisco Bangoy International Airport. Aside from Manila, Cebu, and Kalibo, Davao will be the fourth city that Xiamen … Continue reading XIAMEN AIR TO LAUNCH DIRECT FLIGHT FROM QUANZHOU,CHINA TO DAVAO CITY
ONE DAY ONLY SNAP SALE. December 12,2018 ( TODAY! 12:01 A.M. - 23:59 P.M.) Christmas bonuses are out and it’s that time of year to plan and make moments happen with a SNAP SALE today from the Philippines' leading airline, Cebu Pacific! Fly from Manila to Bacolod, Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, Dumaguete, General Santos, Iloilo, … Continue reading Cebu Pacific Air 24-hour SNAP SALE
Mga beshies and readers of mine from VisMin, may good news ko! Cebu Pacific will now be flying DAILY from Cebu to Tokyo-Narita and back starting December 1,2018. Excited much? Yes, we are!I once asked a travel-enthusiast friend why she keeps on coming back to Tokyo. She cheerfully gave me four reasons: the beautiful season-based cityscape,the … Continue reading Tokyo Three Days Itinerary For The Weekenders
Hi Guys! I just came back from my Japan trip and I will be posting a series of blogs re the ups and downs of my journey for everyone's future travel reference. So much stories to tell; from all the bento kiosks and good ramen shops that I found, to getting lost on Japan's massively overwhelming … Continue reading Easy Japan Tourist Visa Guide for Filipinos
Queenstown, the scenic South Island holiday spot, is probably the most popular destination in New Zealand among international visitors. Queenstown was once a gold mining town. But today, the city is a favoured destination for high-octane outdoor activities and mountain climbing. Although the place is hyped by its outdoor-ish image, Queenstown will still be fully … Continue reading Random Shots:Queenstown,New Zealand
Lake Tekapo is about three hours drive south-west of Christchurch in the Mackenzie Basin. The township faces north across the remarkable turquoise coloured lake to the mountainous drama of the Southern Alps.
We popularly see September, October, November as Fall months, as it happens across Europe, the Orients and the Americas. It is different, however, on the lands down-under, as these months are Springtime. This is the perfect time to visit NZ, as the weather is expectedly favourable and colours are popping everywhere. In addition, you still get to experience snow on the higher grounds, such as in Queenstown during our trip.
Dreamy, surreal, unspoilt scenery. After visiting New Zealand, a whole new level of appreciation for a foreign land had been set. Dream-like ocean views, lush green valleys, snow capped surrounding mountains, our short trip to New Zealand offered us a glimpse of good things that the country offers. The country enjoys peace, progress, opportunities and … Continue reading Random Snapshots: Auckland,New Zealand
Old Spice Philippines is giving away a DUCATI SUPERSPORT - RED Edition to one loyal product user. 20 days to go before the raffle cut off (October 31, 2018). Check this piece of pogi! To join, follow this easy raffle mechanics: 1. Buy any Old Spice product during the promo period: July 15, 2018 to … Continue reading Win A DUCATI Supersport Red from Old Spice Ph
Hey,hey,hey! I just got my Australian Tourist Visa approval a few weeks ago. The process is relatively easy and is very much DIY-able. Aside from rejoicing for the approval, I am also thankful that the Aussie Immig was generous enough to grant a multiple entry 'til 2020. Cool, diba? As such, I will be sharing … Continue reading Australian Tourist Visa: DIY Easy Online Application for Filipinos
WAIVED NA PO ANG TOURIST VISA FEE FOR NEW ZEALAND! True! Hindi po ito fake news. Before, it was mandatory to pay NZ$ 165. As of June 2017, A resolution has already been approved, stating that the Citizens of the Philippines do not have to pay anymore the fee or immigration levy for TOURIST/VISITOR VISA … Continue reading New Zealand Tourist Visa for Filipinos 2018 – DIY Online Application Guide with Photos
With the clearest turquoise water and unspoilt shores, Balabac is one of the less visited destinations in the Philippines that deserves a spot on top of your travel bucket list. Here's a quickie blog with nitty gritty details on how I reached the Balabac Group of Islands. But first, a little information muna about the … Continue reading Take Me Back Balabac: A Travel Guide 2018