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Relax in this hotel’s spacious rooms and amenities and get to view Singapore’s famous landmarks nearby.
This quiet and charming place by the cliff is meant for recharging and re-energizing one’s body and spirit.
Enjoy the royal treatment at this castle-themed beach resort located in the country’s world-class beach destination.
Thanks to cheap flights, more and more Filipinos are discovering Tokyo, Japan. Here are just a few things to do when in this iconic city.
Our Southern travel expert reveals Leyte’s lesser known but beautiful attractions.
Besides being the country’s surfing capital, Siargao offers amazing natural attractions such as this pristine lagoon.
Cebu pulsates with vigor in the heart of the Visayas. For backpacking virgins, the island’s sisters are the safest, friendliest, and the most convenient place to start.
The happiest place on Earth can be found in Tokyo! Here are ten tips to keep the smile on your face on what is bound to be a fun, but tiring, day.
Parties, reunions, and a grand auction as the iconic hotel begins its six-year hiatus in a few months.
In this cozy hotel, “safe” not only translates in the visitor’s security but extends to their wellness, too.
Tacloban City offers thanksgiving to its patron saint, Señor Sto. Niño, through a colorful festival featuring various performers from neighboring provinces.
Matchmaking site rates Pinays as fifth sexiest women in the world. Body type and accent matter among those who took the poll.
Take your Bangkok journey to new heights with this luxurious and iconic hotel in the city.
“The hotel for every Juan” has all the essentials you’ll need for a comfortable stay—the better for you to truly enjoy traveling in the city.
Have a relaxing massage, a meal made from organic ingredients, and awaken the creative in you at the soon to open Green Canyon Resort in Pampanga.