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Singapore is a city-state is composed of the main island, over 60 islets, and reclaimed lands. From one of the developing countries in Southeast Asia, it managed to catapult itself to becoming the most developed in the region. Aside from being a global hub for education, finance, entertainment and business, it is also a transport

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Planning a trip to TAIPEI, TAIWAN? Here’s a list of the best things to do and places to visit in and around the Taipei metropolitan area! You’ll also find the opening and closing times, the nearest MRT stations, and entrance fees. We also included a sample TAIPEI ITINERARY that you can use as model for

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There are three sea ports serving the Marinduque province — Balanacan Port in Mogpog, Buyabod Port in Santa Cruz, and Cawit Port in Boac. Balanacan Port is the main seaport for cargoes and passengers from Lucena, Quezon. The two ferry companies serving this route are Starhorse and Montenegro Shipping. But now, there is a faster

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Japan is one of the world’s most visited countries, whether for leisure or business. When one thinks about Japan, Osaka will most of the time, if not always, pop into people’s thoughts. Osaka is one of the country’s key cities, peppered with numerous types of businesses. The metropolis is also a major transportation hub, connecting

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The post KANSAI AIRPORT TO OSAKA CITY CENTER: Namba, Umeda & Tennoji appeared first on The Poor Traveler Itinerary Blog.

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Over the past few years, Sagada has emerged as one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Cordillera region. As the temperatures in Manila and surrounding lowlands go up, the number of visitors escaping to Sagada rise with it especially in summer. Tourism has become a major driver of the town’s economy. And these

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Welcome to our most updated SAGADA TRAVEL GUIDE. This blog post contains the essential travel tips including how to get there, what tours to take, where to stay, and how much budget to prepare. We also included a sample SAGADA ITINERARY that you may use as model when building your own. Happy planning! When I

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Sagada is a quaint municipality in the Mountain Province. It lies adjacent to the provincial capital, Bontoc. It is most famous for its hanging coffins at Echo Valley, a traditional way of burying the dead, which is still practiced up to this day. Other tourist spots in Sagada are Lumiang Burial Cave, Sumaguing Cave, and

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Over the past few years, Baguio City has gotten closer and closer to Manila. What used to be an eight-hour drive was shortened to six. And now, if conditions are right, you can reach the City of Pines in only four hours. But it’s not just the travel time that underwent major changes. Even when

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The post MANILA TO BAGUIO: Victory Liner & Joy Bus Schedule (Cubao, Pasay, Manila) appeared first on The Poor Traveler Itinerary Blog.

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There were shooting stars. I was a High School sophomore when I set foot in Baguio for the very first time. The details of the event are fuzzy now, but it was a Boy Scout-related trip. I was just a few steps to becoming an Eagle Scout then, which was something my friends and I

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Long before Manila-dwellers began a long-distance affair with the highlands of Baguio, Sagada and Kalinga, they have been in a long-standing romance with Tagaytay. It’s not a high-maintenance relationship. The physical connection is there. It is geographically close, easily accessible, and it doesn’t demand too much time or money. It’s the kind that will last

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