Located in the heart of a booming business and commercial district in Butuan City, Hotel Oázis offers a relaxed and welcoming environment for people who want to experience the historic city. This low-rise palatial estate is noted for its Spanish hinted architecture, as well as its vast plaza on the entrance.
One of the most challenging parts about going on vacation is packing. You’ll be away from home for an extended period of time, so there are things you’ll definitely need to bring with you. Suitcases can quickly fill up, and they’re difficult to carry through the airport.
City Café is the Almont City Hotel’s main restaurant and among the best places in Butuan to have a coffee, aside from the good food of course. The restaurant offers a wide array of local favorites and varieties of international cuisines.
Situated approximately 125 km south of Cebu, Sumilon Island is a 24-hectare coral island surrounded by azure seas and a shifting white sandbar. This island is a refuge by the fisherfolk who are, unfortunately, stranded by storms and squalls.
Bacolod lives up to its name as the City of Smiles. After all, with so many things you can do, how can you not smile?
By following these tips, you’ll be able to travel on even the smallest budget. Just be sure to research all of your options for both travel and accommodations and enjoy the attractions and activities that are free
The Karansa Festival is an annual thanksgiving and merry-making celebration of the Danaowanons to Sto. Thomas de Villanueva. It is held every September, the month-long festival showcases the city’s past and present heritage and culture.
Here are some suggestions to get to the most photogenic spots in Maui and explore great scenic and nature photography.
Durano EcoFarm & Spring Resort is known for its ice-cold swimming pools and cozy green environment. Since most of the pools are crowded, a resort staff suggested that we should try trekking the river just beside the resort
The Saulog Festival in Tagbilaran City, Bohol is an annual cultural affair honoring St. Joseph the Worker. The Saulog Festival was inspired from the local word “saulog” which means “to celebrate” or “to commemorate“. The first Saulog Festival was held in April 2013.