"Come Visit My Philippines"


In support of "Come Visit My Philippines" Campaign, I will not only be promoting the Philippines as a great shopping destination (because nothing really beats shopping in Manila..Shopping is indeed More Fun in the Philippines), I will be posting some photos to showcase the beauty of the Philippines, as well....

So, come visit my Philippines :o)


Willy's Rock, Boracay Island




Paraw Sails, Boracay Island


Sunset at Boracay Island


Scenes at Boracay Island



 
                                
Batad Rice Terraces, Ifugao




Banaue Rice Terraces, Ifugao

 


Scenes at Banaue, Ifugao



Tacloban City, Leyte


Sto.Nino Shrine, Tacloban City



 Sto. Nino Church
Tacloban City, Leyte



 Spanish Lighthouse, Corregidor Island


 Battery Hearn, Corregidor Island


 Eternal Flame of Freedom, 
Corregidor Island
 

 Mile Long Barracks, Corregidor, Island 



 Rizal Shrine in Dapitan City,
Zamboanga Del Norte



 Dapitan City at Dusk, 
Zamboanga Del Norte


 Dakak Beach, Dapitan City
Zamboanga Del Norte 


 Gasan Sunset, Marinduque 


 Boac Cathedral, Marinduque

 
Moriones Festival, Marinduque



 The Ruins, Talisay City
Negros Occidental 



 San Diego Pro-Cathedral, Silay City
Negros Occidental 


 Miagao Church, Miagao Iloilo City

 Molo Church, Molo Iloilo City



 Cagsawa Ruins, Daraga, Albay


 Naga Cathedral, Naga City
Camarines Sur

 
 Bacon Beach, Sorsogon

 Chocolate Hills, Bohol Province


 Philippine Tarsier, Bohol Province


Old Belfry, Dumaguete Cathedral, 
Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental


Statue of First Landing of Sisters of St Paul of Chartres,
 Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental



 The Cathedral Of Tuguegarao, Cagayan



Callao Cave, Cagayan Valley



Limestone Formations at Sumaguing Cave,
 Sagada, Mountain Province


Hanging Coffins,
Sagada, Mountain Province 



Guimaras Island Province 





Nagsasa Cove, San Antonio, Zambales




Puerto Princesa Underground River, Palawan

St. Paul Subterranean River National Park, Puerto Princesa


 Sunset at White Island , a white sandbar about a kilometer from the volcanic island of Camiguin, Philippines



Cagayan River in Cagayan de Oro City s a very popular site for whitewater rafting and canoeing in the Philippines 



 Taal Volcano and Lake located in the province of Batangas, in the Island of Luzon, Philippines.




Caleruega Church, also known as the Transfiguration Chapel is located at Batulao, Nasugbu, Batangas. Located at the highest point of Caleruega, this rustic church is in the midst of luscious greenery and the blooming foliage is ever present in this beautiful location.



Liliw Church, also known as St. John the Baptist Parish Church is a Roman Catholic church in Liliw, Laguna Philippines. The first church was built in wood in 1620 and a stronger stone church was built from 1643 to 1646 and was partially destroyed during the 1880 Luzon earthquake. The church is known for its red bricked façade and baroque style architecture.



Magdalena Church or St. Mary Magdalene Church was constructed in 1851-1871, and made of stones and bricks with a sandstone facade. The church is located at the town center or plaza, just across the municipal town hall of Magdalena. Historians wrote that wounded Katipunero Emilio Jacinto was brought to the church after a battle with the Spanish troops at the Maimpis River on February 1898.




 Nagcarlan Church also known as San Bartolome Apostol Parish Church  is a Roman Catholic church in Nagcarlan, Laguna, Philippines. It was first built from light materials such as nipa and wood in 1583 under the chaplaincy of its first priest.The four storey brick bell tower has bell with the Franciscan coat of arms and Muslim inspired crenelations. The tiered wall Nagcarlan church generally falls under the Baroque style.



Pagsanjan Church or Our Lady of Guadalupe Parish Church, is the only Roman Catholic Church in Pagsanjan, Laguna, Philippines, and the oldest church in the Philippines under the patronship of Our Lady of Guadalupe and was founded on November 12, 1687. The facade of Pagsanjan church is a three-level early Renaissance styled facade with a semicircular arched main entrance, choir loft window and a three-story bell tower.


Pakil Church also known as The St. Peter of Alcantara Parish Church is a Roman Catholic church in Pakil, Laguna, Philippines. Its facade has classical Corinthian columns and cornices across a floral stone relief and to one side of the facade is a belfry housing four small bells and one huge bell.



 Shrine of Jesus, the Way, the Truth and the Life Church at the Mall of Asia, Pasay City, Metro Manila,Philippines.







The Santa Monica Parish Church, also known as Panay Church, is considered the oldest church on the island of Panay, Capiz, Philippines. It is also the residence of the largest church bell in the country and in Asia, and the third biggest in the world.



Dakong Lingganay Replica, Roxas City, Capiz, Panay Island





 
The Santo Niño Church,also known as The Minor Basilica of the Holy Child, in Cebu City in the Philippines, founded in the 1565, is the oldest Roman Catholic church established in the country.



 
 Magellan Cross, Cebu City

The Metropolitan Cathedral of San Fernando City, Pampanga is the seat of the Archdiocese of San Fernando, Pampanga, Philippines. and was first constructed in 1755 by the Augustinian friars. The round majestic dome rising from the rotanda of the transept is reminiscent of the Baroque style with some Renaissance elements.




Tukon Church also known as Mt. Carmel Chapel in Bgy. Tukon, Basco, Batanes, nestled in a picturesque landscape, was inspired by the traditional Ivatan Houses with its stone walls and facade and equally fascinating interiors consisting of beautiful paintings of saints.


                                                Tayid Lighthouse, Mahatao, Batanes

12 comments:

  1. Wow, nakarating ka pala ng Bacon Beach, Sorsogon. :) There are plenty of beaches in the province of Sorsogon that are far more beautiful than Bacon. But then again, Bacon is the most accessible and so many people frequent there. Anyhow thank you for featuring my beloved Bacon Beach in Sorsogon.

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  2. WOW!!! Amazing photos! One of my dreams is to visit all wonderful places in my country before I die. I'm praying that God will grant me my wish. ϡ


    By the way, we have been following your blog since we 1st bumped into it last year. Hopefully, you'll find time to visit & follow us as well.

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    Maraming salamat po. ϡ

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    1. Thanks a lot wRey and RObby for your comments...actually I have been following your blog eversince you followed Manila Shopper :)

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  3. hi, please feature PALAWAN. We have prestine beaches there:-) Thanks!

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  4. It's more fun in the Philippines. :)

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  6. Been to San Fernando Pampanga but never been to Metropolitan Cathedral. Need to add this on the list because we we're going to visit the place again soon. Thanks! :)

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