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Food Production In The Philippines – Mushrooms

Video: Oyster Mushroom Farming in Silang Cavite, Philippines. Mushroom Farming in the Philippines Mushroom cultivation is a rapidly growing industry in the Philippines and there are many mushroom farms springing up across the country. Farms range in size from small homesteads to large facilities and some of the varieties cultivated across the Philippines include: Oyster Mushrooms, Woodear, Shitake, Button and ... Read More »

Beat the Summer Blues: Popular Holiday Havens in the Philippines

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Let’s face it: summer in the Philippines is hot, humid, and really stifling. Sometimes, all you want to do is to hole up in an air conditioned room and stay there the entire season! The alternative is to keep taking cold baths every now and then—or even live in an ice bath! Either way, to beat the heat, people usually ... Read More »

Ideal Credit Cards to Earn More Travel Rewards

best credit cards for travel points

Itching to go on that trip to Boracay? Ready to go food tripping in Bangkok or to walk the streets of Hong Kong? If you’re always looking forward to the weekends to explore new places, then getting a credit card that provides many travel rewards may be perfect for you. Aside from giving you the means to pay for some ... Read More »

Famous Filipino’s – Lea Salonga, Disney Legend

Lea Salonga - Famous Filipinos

Filipinos are kings of creativity. When we were under Spanish rule and couldn’t speak out against our overmasters, we turned to song to express patriotic sentiments. When we were under Japanese occupation and condiments were scarce, we crafted banana ketchup to add some spice to our drab meals. So it’s no surprise that Filipinos are also at the forefront of ... Read More »

How to Help the Relief Efforts in The Philippines – Aftermath of Super-Typhoon Haiyan

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Rescue and recovery organizations from around the world are pouring into the storm-battered Philippines, where Super-typhoon Haiyan, also known as Yolanda, inflicted widespread devastation. Up to 10,000 people are feared dead in the aftermath of the storm, which made landfall on Friday as one of the worst on record in the typhoon-prone nation. Non-governmental organizations and charities are mobilizing to ... Read More »

The Sounds Of The Philippines

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It’s no understatement to say that Filipinos have a special place in their heart for music. In the 1970s, Filipino inventor and patent holder Roberto del Rosario built upon the original design made by the Japanese and came up with the modern karaoke sing-along system. Soon enough, the KTV (karaoke television) craze spread like wildfire across the country, and anywhere ... Read More »

Summer In The Philippines – Cooler Destinations In The Tropics

Summer in The Philippines

Summer In The Philippines In the western hemisphere, the autumn winds are rising and the thermometer shows the progressive drop in the daily temperature. In the east, however, a different kind of wind is blowing through the tropics, especially around the Pacific Ocean. Monsoon season is when temperatures in the Philippines can drop to less than 10 degrees Celsius in ... Read More »

Living Luxury in Palawan – An Amanpulo Affair

Luxury resort Amanpulo in Palawan

The Amanpulo Resort, Palawan Currently the most exclusive and the most expensive beach resort in the Philippines, Amanpulo promises you a splendid getaway like no other. This piece of paradise is located on a group of islands in the northern tip of Palawan, a province that is renowned throughout the world for its stunning beachscapes and amazing wildlife. As soon ... Read More »

The Beauty of Bellarocca

Postcard from Bellarocca

Sometimes finding the next best beach destination can be difficult. The Philippines is blessed with numerous dazzling beach resorts, each one attracting hundreds or even thousands of visitors every year. So where should you head to for your next beach escapade? Hidden treasure Until recently, the province of Marinduque was known only for the unfortunate mining disaster that wreaked havoc ... Read More »

Travels in Tuna City – General Santos City

Large Tuna swimming in General Santos City waters

Dubbed as the Tuna Capital of the Philippines, General Santos City was once a backwater town that was famous only for its fish. But when it became known that the country’s most well-known professional boxer hailed from General Santos, the little town soon woke up its potential. Gen San, as it is colloquially called, finally found its spot in the ... Read More »