South Korea, Travel Guides

Nine Lessons on How to Travel to South Korea like a Pro

You were bitten by the travel bug once again, booked that South Korea-bound flight in an instant, and silently whispered to yourself "I'm gonna make this trip the best in my lifetime!" Just about three months ago, I went for a trip in South Korea and those five gorgeous days I spent wandering around Seoul… Continue reading Nine Lessons on How to Travel to South Korea like a Pro

Zambales

Pre-birthday trip in Zambales: Yay or Nay?

Deciding where to go on a trip is certainly not a problem for a travel craver like me. With how the Philippines is blessed with so much beauty, be it in the mountains or the shorelines, picking a place to explore should be as easy as eating ice cream. But when your trip is about… Continue reading Pre-birthday trip in Zambales: Yay or Nay?

Cambodia, Travel Guides

A Filipino Travel Guide to Siem Reap (Cambodia)

Bordered by Thailand to the northwest, Laos to the northeast, and Vietnam to the east, Cambodia, officially known as the Kingdom of Cambodia, is one of the perfect jump-off destinations to starting anyone’s dreams of backpacking Southeast Asia. This charming country in the heart of the SEA region is composed of a number of large… Continue reading A Filipino Travel Guide to Siem Reap (Cambodia)

Cebu

Camotes, my way!

It was the last week of April 2017 and I got really excited about having to spend this year's Labor Day as a real holiday (at least for me), finally! Been working on a 24/7 schedule for the last three years of my working life and this will be the first that I've got to… Continue reading Camotes, my way!

Singapore, Travel Guides

A Filipino Travel Guide to Singapore

When I and my partner decided to make our first out-of-the-country travel, Singapore really isn’t our first choice. We actually vied on going to Hong Kong and Macau first just like everybody else, but suddenly, I realized that I wanted to bring my mother along when I get to visit Hong Kong and Macau. So?… Continue reading A Filipino Travel Guide to Singapore

Singapore

How to get to Singapore City Center from Changi Airport the cheapest way possible?

Its been a week already since an old friend have asked me how could she travel from Singapore Changi Airport to her hotel, considering that her flight arrives at Singapore in the middle of dawn. While I could say that getting a cab would be the easiest way out, I would suggest not. Changi Airport may… Continue reading How to get to Singapore City Center from Changi Airport the cheapest way possible?

Bacolod

The Ruins in Talisay City, Negros Occidental

A trip to Negros Occidental will never be complete without a glimpse of the famous "The Ruins" mansion in the City of Talisay. After our very satisfying Campuestuhan trip, and despite the scorching heat of the sun, my partner and I decided to transport ourselves within the green and plain sugar plantations of the province… Continue reading The Ruins in Talisay City, Negros Occidental

Bacolod

Getting childish at Campuestuhan Highland Resort 😄

Seated atop 800 meters above sea level, Campuestuhan Highland Resort has become one of the most visited tourist destinations in Negros Occidental. Because of the unusual and unique attractions Campuestuhan offers to its visitors, the place is mostly flocked by locals and tourists alike especially on weekends, holidays and summer months. Campuestuhan Highland Resort is… Continue reading Getting childish at Campuestuhan Highland Resort 😄

Dumaguete

6 Simple but Big Reasons to Fall in love with Dumaguete: In a matter of 9 hours

This trip was, by far the most unplanned and unexpected getaway my friends and I had. We were so bored and stressed while attending our HRM class prior that day, and so we agreed to embark on another destressing activity. After plotting down our varied concerns, we all decided to find ourselves in DUMAGUETE, no less.… Continue reading 6 Simple but Big Reasons to Fall in love with Dumaguete: In a matter of 9 hours

Travel Guides

Camiguin Travel Guide

Nicknamed as the "Island Born of Fire", little Camiguin is the second smallest island in the Philippines in terms of area and population. Within this small area lies seven volcanoes, with Mt. Hibok-hibok and Mt. Vulcan as the most popular, and the five towns of Mambajao, Catarman, Mahinog, Sagay and Guinsiliban. Not only a home… Continue reading Camiguin Travel Guide