Guide Book

  • The City of Ormoc is a 1st class city in the province of Leyte, Philippines. The city's name is derived from ogmok, an old Visayan term for lowland or depressed plain. It is the first non-provincial city of the Philippines. It is also the economic, cultural, commercial and transportation hub of western Leyte.
  • Makati City is the financial and economic hub of the Philippines. Most major companies have their main offices situated here in Makati. A commercial district by day, the place turns into a entertainment central by night with its numerous restaurants, bars, and clubs.
  • Dipolog City is located in Mindanao and is the provincial capital of Zamboanga Del Norte. If you are looking for the place where you can be one with nature, then Dipolog is one of the best places to visit. Their eco-park and diving spots are just some of the few things you will love about this place.
  • Bataan is a province located in the western part of Luzon. Known for it wonderful landscapes and natural springs, Bataan also played a significant role in Philippines history during the World War II. It was the last line of defense against the Japanese forces.
  • The Philippines’ capital Manila is truly a cultural melting pot. With its rich history and various destinations, local and tourists can't seem to get enough of this colorful city. The Filipino’s adaptive nature is so apparent to the Manileños, that Manila is said to be "the most Westernized Capital in Asia”.
  • Pangasinan is a province located at the north of Luzon whose name is derived from the word "asin" meaning salt because of its vast salt making industry. The province has a lot of beaches and is also the home of the famous Hundred Islands National Park.
  • Puerto Galera is a soothing vision of shimmering seas surrounded by lush mountains. It is one of the most beautiful and developed beach resort community in the country. At night, Puerto Galera becomes a party place by the beach where people can hop from one bar to another.
  • Iloilo City is the economic center of the Western Visayas Region in the Philippines and is also the capital of Iloilo Province. It has a busy international airport that connects the city to major destinations in the country and the rest of the world. The city's fish port complex is just as busy with millions of kilograms of fish shipped in and out yearly.
  • The Camiguin Island or the island Born of Fire is known to be a famous tourist spot in the Philippines. The pear-shaped volcanic island with seven volcanoes boasts of it's white beaches and spectacular diving spots. It is also a great venue for water sports.
  • Davao is the third most popular city in the Philippines following Manila and Cebu. It is considered as the center of trade and business in the southern part of the Philippines. In terms of tourism, it offers a lot of wonderful tourist destinations and world-class facilities for you to enjoy.