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Mount Pinatubo "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/basic-and-daily-needs/mount-pinatubo/31554-1-eng-GB/Mount-Pinatubo_zoom_image.jpg" 1600 1200 Mount Pinatubo

Leading through ash-covered wastelands, rocky valleys, over creeks in spate and through lush forests, the trip to Mount Pinatubo is an epic, adventurous journey – but one that can be done in just one day, starting and ending in Manila. 

Pagsanjan Falls "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/basic-and-daily-needs/pagsanjan-falls/261645-1-eng-GB/Pagsanjan-Falls_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 1149 Pagsanjan Falls

Welcome to the Jungle! When visiting the Pagsanjan Waterfalls (official name is 'Magdapio Falls') in the province of Laguna, the journey leading there is just as exciting as the cascade itself.

Taal Volcano "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/unnamed-and-untagged/taal-volcano/2279525-1-eng-GB/Taal-Volcano_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 1015 Taal Volcano

Tagaytay, a popular weekend destination for Megacitizens is located two hours away from the metro. Its relatively cooler weather, themed restaurants and novelty shops, and the Taal Volcano are a few of Tagaytay's attractions. 

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The Rice Terraces of Banaue are breathtaking. Located in the North of Luzon, these 2000-year old masterpieces of agriculture are a must-see.

Hiking "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/unnamed-untagged/hiking/104224-1-eng-GB/Hiking_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 900 Hiking

Get off the couch, climb a mountain, breathe fresh air, enjoy the panorama of Southern Luzon, swim in the sea, relax in a cozy ressort, be back in Manila in the early evening – the Megacities team conquered Mount Gulugod Baboy and found out that the province of Batangas is the perfect destination for a day trip.

Islands "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/unnamed-and-untagged/islands/2186491-1-eng-GB/Islands_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 1015 Islands

Travelling in the Philippines is a delight since you will find tourist hotspots such as Boracay as well as many places rarely visited by tourists. With 7,107 islands in the tropical destination, there are lots of places to see, from the windy Batanes Islands in the very north to popular Palawan and Bohol to parts of Mindanao in the south. We compiled the most marvellous islands, exciting hiking trails, fascinating natural wonders, and cultural heritage sites of the Philippines for you.

The Manor "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/misc/baguio-city/the-manor2/1139340-1-eng-GB/The-Manor_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 1015 The Manor

Thanks to its cool climes and beautiful natural landscapes, the city of Baguio is one of the favorite weekend getaways among Manileños. Tourism in the area is usually at its peak during the summer months and the holidays. 

Batanes (38) "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/unnamed-and-untagged/batanes-38/1910775-1-eng-GB/Batanes-38_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 1015 Batanes (38)

Batanes is the northernmost province of the Philippines. With its very unique landscape, it is hard to believe that Batanes is still part of the archipelago. The group of ten islands between Luzon and Taiwan looks like a tropical version of Ireland, with steep cliffs and grassy hills forming a breathtaking scenery.

Taal Volcano "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/basic-and-daily-needs/leisure-education-and-communities/taal-volcano/1880629-1-eng-GB/Taal-Volcano_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 998 Taal Volcano

The Philippines has over 20 active volcanoes sprinkled around the islands, making it the perfect place for those who love adventurous climbs. Below are the top Philippine volcanoes to climb - and how to prepare to stay safe.

Mount Kinabalu "/var/ezdemo_site/storage/images/media/manila/images-manila/misc/mount-kinabalu/973336-1-eng-GB/Mount-Kinabalu_zoom_image.jpg" 2000 1014 Mount Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu is a fast-growing Malaysian city of roughly 620,000 people, located at the northern coast of the island of Borneo. It offers everything you can expect from a tropical holiday destination: beautiful beaches, great food, and exciting nature parks just around the corner.

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