Cagayan Valley is called the “islands and valley of fun” for good reason. While others rush to the usual suspects for their getaway vacay, DiscoverMNL traveled to the virtually unexplored landlocked region that holds abundant rural sceneries, caves, beaches, mountains, rivers, and waterfalls.
Clark, Pampanga is the secondary gateway to Metro Manila and is envisioned to become Asia’s next premiere gateway. Frequent travelers often just pass by Clark to head on to their holiday destinations and overlook that Clark is a destination in itself and not just a gateway. There are so much exciting and interesting things to do in Clark and the nearby cities besides the amazing Kapampangan cuisine.
Dumaguete is known as the “City of Gentle People” and for good reason! Once you step foot in Dumaguete, you will only be welcomed by genuine warmth and friendliness of the locals that’ll make you feel right at home.
Negros Occidental occupies the northwestern half of the island of Negros. Bacolod is the capital city and considered the second most populous municipality in Western Visayas region after Cebu. This is that part of the Philippines where you fly in, stuff yourself until you’re full and then head out to your next adventure.
There is more to Bacolod City than just Inasal (It’s still a must!). The sights and sounds that make this the “City of Smiles” goes beyond food.