Travel Sale Fair in Manila

I think, everybody is thrilled to hear about sale and discounts. Who doesn’t want to get more by paying less? Travel enthusiasts and wanderers should try attending a travel fair. We arrived at the Philippines’ World Trade Center in the afternoon. We paid P100 for the registration and entrance fee. There were long lines everywhere,…

Paguriran Island and Lagoon, Bacon Sorsogon, Phils.

Taking a time out from work for a short time is a life’s sparkle. It colors some dull views with bright shades and tickles our human senses. It was a decade ago since I last visited Sorsogon City, one of the rich cities in Bicol region. In August, I had a 3-day vacation from work…

Discovering Majestic Mount Mayon

Albay province is the beautiful, rich and green piece of island I live in the Philippine archipelago. I always thought that I have already seen so much that I need not go any farther to know more of the place I live in. Alas, my mind was just confined to the places I was familiar…

Hundred Islands National Park

If you love island hopping and never care to be roasted under the scorching sun then, be ready because the Philippines is the place to be! Wander and hop from island to island all day. According to National Mapping and Resource Information Authority, the Philippines now has 7,641 islands but around 2,000 are only inhabited….

Remote Paradise of Anawangin Cove

Ah, the smell of the sea… the waves crashing on the shorelines. So calming and inviting even when you don’t know how to swim, isn’t it? Beaches never failed to excite me all the time. I have been to Anawangin Cove a few times already since 2011. At that time, the place was still undeveloped…

Captivating Malaysia

“Salaam-Alaikum”, “selamat pagi” are the first words I learned when I first landed in Malaysia. The country is divided into two parts, East and West Malaysia (Kota Kinabalu & Kuala Lumpur). Majority of the people living in Malaysia are Muslims. However, there are Indian, Chinese temples and Catholic churches existing in the country. Ringgit is…

Trek to Taal Volcano Crater

I have been to Tagaytay for few times already but has only seen Taal volcano from afar. I always thought that the volcano showing on the background of my pictures taken from the Picnic grove was really the volcano’s crater. Surprisingly, it’s not! The one visible from the grove was an inactive volcano. Taal volcano…

From Philippines to Bangkok Scenes

Filipino travelers! Isn’t it everyone’s dream to travel? Reality is, traveling means spending. But, it will make your sense of existence more meaningful and fulfilling. I will share you some tips on how to maximize the worth of your money for traveling abroad. I have been traveling to Bangkok since 2014 as a solo backpacker….

Siem Reap, Cambodia crossing Bangkok

Don’t be afraid to travel alone. I’m sure, you’ll not be lonely! The first time I traveled alone, I went to Cambodia.  I booked the round trip flight through Cebu Pacific airline. I researched a bit about the country and the province Siem Reap. I happen to be part of the Couchsurfing organization and I…