5 Reasons a Trip To The Philippines Should Be In Your Future Plan
Trip To The Philippines
Here’s a hint, you know that there’s an incredible chain of exotic tropical islands in the Pacific that has stunningly white, pink, or even black beaches. Intriguing? Definitely. However, it would be a shame if you do not plan to visit all the elaborated facts aforementioned as we are referring to The Philippines! Their Tourism campaign tagline is definitely true as they go and promote, “it is More Fun in The Philippines”! Let’s take a look why you should pack your luggage and go on board to that booked plane, and fly over to the Philippines.
The Incredible Sights
The Philippines is made of more than 7,000 stunning islands. The locals only inhabit approximately 1,000 islands. This country possesses spectacular natural wonders from the infamous Chocolate Hills in Bohol to the well-known “almost perfect-structured volcano, Mount Mayon.
Exotic, something out of the norm and invitingly scrumptious. Pinoy cuisine is a MUST try! With all sorts of tastes, sour, spicy, tangy, sweet, crunchy and savory, their delicacies will excite your taste buds. From the eccentric “Balut” to the rejuvenating “Halo-Halo,” you will be totally impressed with the uniqueness of their foods.
The Philippines owns spectacular beaches. They have white, black and even pink beaches! How cool is that? Pretty awesome! With mesmerizing view surrounding the beaches you can be engaged with many types of water sports in their beaches.
The Transportation - for its eccentricity
Try their “Jeepney!” It is a famous transportation in the Philippines just like “Tuk-tuk” is famous in Thailand. In fact, it is a bus which once upon a time was the US military jeep back in the WWII. The creative Filipinos had turned it into a vibrant and colourful public bus. It is now has become an essential part of Pinoy’s unique culture.
The World Famous Hospitality
Pinoys are well-known for their warm hospitality. Their kindness and friendliness are really one of a kind. Aside from that, they are humble and they easily accept and welcome foreigners into their beautiful land.