Boracay is finally back to business. After 6 months of anxiously waiting, I was among the many who were very excited to see and experience the new Boracay, or what they call Boracay 2.0. So what are the changes? I'll answer that in my upcoming vlog but before that, let me share with you my experience in staying in one of the best accommodations in the island.

Cleaner and better Boracay

Cebu Pacific puts one million seats and deals up for grabs this March

The Philippines’ leading carrier, Cebu Pacific (CEB) marks March, its anniversary month, as the month of its grandest sale ever. One million seats and deals will be up for grabs, including seat sales to favorite CEB destinations and value-for-money group deals. The sale also includes up to PHP100.00 off on inflight meals, 40% discount on baggage allowance, and up to 42% discount on hotel rates through CEB Getaways.


List of DOT-Accredited Boracay Hotels and Resorts (Updated March 2019)

Boracay is finally open again to public on October 2018 after it was closed for 6 months for rehabilitation and restoration. Along with the opening of Boracay come new and stricter rules and regulations to ensure cleanliness and preserve the natural beauty of this paradise island. Among the new rules include regulating the number of tourists that enter the island and allowing only certain establishments to operate - those that have complied to the requirements of the government.



12 Things You Didn’t Know You Can Do in Malaysia

Malaysia is perhaps the most underrated country in Asia. It’s not something you would often find in somebody’s bucket list. Travelers would rather go to cities like Bangkok, Hong Kong, and Taiwan rather than Kuala Lumpur—whether it’s because of food, nightlife, or simply getting immersed in the city life. But if you look more closely and be more open-minded, you will find a hidden gem that has a rich culture, remarkable food, and diverse, fascinating people.

5 #AweSM Things to Do in SM City Legazpi (No. 5 is the Best!)

Malling has been a big part of Filipino culture--no wonder some of the largest shopping malls in the world are found in the Philippines. Thanks to mall owners such as SM Supermalls for bringing malling experience closer to more Filipinos by building an SM mall in almost every city in the archipelago.

Mayon Volcano overlooking Legazpi City

Top 3 Telesin Accessories to Use for Your GoPro

GoPro action camera has been part of my travel essentials for several years. GoPro users like me know that action cameras are perfect for any adventures because they are portable, easy to use and best of all, waterproof!


Vianellas: Stylish Slippers Made by Travelers for Travelers

Comfort is always my top priority when traveling. From backpack and travel gears to clothes and footwear, I'd wear and pack light for comfort and convenience. Whether heading to the beach or hiking up the mountain, I'd prefer to wear slippers or sandals while traveling locally. With a tropical climate like the Philippines, I like the feeling of wearing something lightweight, open and easy to dry if getting wet. But aside from comfort, you want to wear a pair of sandals that's stylish and would look good with your summer outfit, right?


5 Things You Will Only Experience in Cebu

Cebu is widely considered as the cultural hub of the Philippines’ Central Visayas region. The province is home to the port city of Cebu, an economic area of urban growth that still retains remnants of its colonial and pre-colonial past and is surrounded by some of the most gorgeous natural tropical surroundings you’ll see in your life.


Top 5 Alternative Beach Destinations Near Boracay

President Duterte has put Boracay under state of calamity due to worsening environmental issues. And after weeks of speculation and proposal to shutdown the island, Boracay will be officially closed for six months starting April 26. Now tourists with upcoming trip to the island are left with no choice but to either cancel their travel or pick another destination.


AirAsia Philippines recently announced new routes which are direct flights from Manila to Bali and Jakarta in Indonesia, and Ho Chi Minh in Vietnam. The addition of these new routes will surely make traveling between these Asian countries and the Philippines more convenient and affordable for Filipino travelers.


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