When you visit Manila, the Philippines' capital, with its diversity, irrepressible vitality and a large collection of architectural and cultural landmarks, you will never pass even a single day without having something to do or somewhere to go! In addition, you will definitely love Manila’s all-heady and rich cultural mix of traditional Filipino, Malay, Chinese, Spanish, American and even Arabic influences. First of all, though, remember to take care of your budget by using coupons for Hotels.com to get attractive discounts on the flights and accommodation. And when planning the itinerary, look at our guide below on what to do in Manila and in its adjacent cities as you tour:
The city of Manila and its adjacent cities known as Metro Manila have always been popular tourist spots. But did you know that Manila is quickly becoming a gambling hotspot? Casino gaming has become one of the Philippines’ fastest-growing industries. The introduction of the integrated resort, or mega-hotel-casino property, has helped boost tourism. Many of these integrated resorts contain entertainment venues, shopping malls, and spas. Stock prices in various Filipino casino companies skyrocketed over the summer of 2015.
A more or less 30-minute ride from the capital city, Pagadian, will lead you to a must visit or a should say a “worthy stopover spot”, just along the national highway covered by Barangay Upper Pulacan in the municipality of Labangan, Zamboanga del Sur. Yep, I’m talking about the simply majestic Pulacan Falls!
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" Let us not forget that the cultivation of the earth is the most important labor of man. When tillage begins, other arts will follow. The farmers, therefore, are the founders of civilization..."
- Daniel Webster
Lanao del Norte is indeed a province of waterfalls! When you’re in this part of Mindanao, never ever miss to check one of the province’s less-known waterfalls, the beautiful Pagayawan Falls in the Municipality of Bacolod.