With beautiful beaches, waterfalls, caves and other attractions, it is the perfect example for a Philippine island paradise in the Visayas. One of the reasons why Siquijor is not yet overrun by tourists might be its reputation as a magical island, populated by witches, sorcerers and other mythical figures.
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Built in the year 1938, the beaux-arts building called Calvo now houses what is deemed as one of the most underrated museums in Metro Manila.
Students and faculties of the University of the Philippines once again outdid each other at the annual UP Lantern Parade. Each of the dazzling and festive floats took inspiration from Filipino folklore and songs. Spectators from all over Metro Manila celebrated with the Philippine's premiere state university that night, filling the academic oval to overflowing. UP awarded the most creative float right after the parade.
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French culture and language institute Alliance Française celebrates the non-governmental organization Doctors Without Borders with a photo exhibit and film screenings.
The financial center of the Philippines is a national record holder in many regards: highest concentration of businesses, richest local government unit, and the largest skyscrapers. Now Makati has been announced the global number one in another discipline: taking selfies.
Soon you will be able to take a virtual tour through the streets of Metro Manila without leaving your couch. Google Street View cars are driving through the Megacity's roads since end of January, capturing the surroundings with a 360° camera on the roof. Other parts of the Philippines are to follow later on.
What about a time travel to the year 1900? This August, a photo exhibition presented by the National Commission for Culture and the Arts (NCCA) brings back to life the colonial past of the Philippines.