Reasons A Trip To The Philippines Should Be In Your Future Part 1

1. The Sights:
The Philippines is made up of more than 7,000 islands, only a thousand of which are inhabited. Within those 7,000 islands, there is a mind-blowing collection of natural wonders: more than 1,000 Chocolate Hills, numerous underground rivers and caves, 2,000-year-old rice terraces carved by ancient islanders, many pristine beaches with magnificent limestone formations, crazy-colorful coral reefs, one of the world’s deepest ocean trenches and more than 20 volcanoes, including the world’s “most perfectly-formed volcano.”

 

Rice terraces of Philippine Cordilleras, UNESCO World Heritage site, Banaue, Ifugao Province, Philippines

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View at Mayon volcano at night, Legazpi, Luzon, Philippines, Asia

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Filipino Goods To Bring Home

An archipelago of 7,000+ islands, The Philippines is a diverse nation populated by different tribes, each having their own culture and traditions. In Manila, one can find a whole lot of things worth keeping as a Filipino memento; it just might take one a little while to figure out what’s best and where to get it. To ease the task, we’ve come up with 20 souvenir ideas to address the needs of a first time visitor to the country.

1. Capiz Items

2. Caviar Dish

3. Custaroons

4. Philippine Pearls

5. Shell-Made Napkin Ring Set

6. Bamboo Baul

7. Abaca Basket

8. Kamagong Salad Server

9. Salakot Ashtray

10. Abaca Placemats, Napkins and Coasters

11. Banig

12. Philippine Jeepney Artworks

13. Coconut Wine

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14. Tikog Slippers

15. Bottle of Tanduay Rhum

16. Bottle of San Miguel Beer

17. Barako Coffee Beans

18. Coffee Alamid

19. Dried Mangos (Already Sealed in Vacuum Packs)

20. Barrel Man/ Woman

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