Here are the first list of Amazing Destinations in the Philippines..
The Manila, Cebu and Davao.
Manila, The capital, reflects the Philippines’ rich history.
Vestiges of Spanish heritage pervade the ruins of Intramuros,
the ornate interior of San Agustin church, and the
stately elegance of Malacañang Palace. American influece
can be gleaned from the architecture of many government
buildings, such as the Manila Post Office and National
Museum. Commerce throbs in the narrow streets of China Town,
brimming with bargain finds and culinary delights, and
at the ports that line scenic Manila Bay. Alongside the
bay stretches Rocas Boulevard with ecpansive Rizal Park and
cultural Center of the Philippines on the other. In between
are rows of hotels, bars and restaurants, plus bayside cafes
souvenir shops and entertainment nooks that come to life after sunset.
Cebu,the main island in the central Philippines, lures visitors
out for business and leisure. Cebu City, the South’s Quezon City,
is the main jump-off point to other ports in the Visayas and Mindanao.
A major magnet of local and foreign investments, Cebu bustles as a hub
of trade and industry. Aside from manufacturing mass market goods,
the island makes export-quality electronic products, furniture,
fashion accessories, guitars, shell- and handicraft,and dried mango strips.
For the tourist, Cebu offers many museums, churches and other historical sites
–including the places where Ferdinand Magellan planted a cross in 1521
and where he was slain – plus a whole slew of world – class hotels,
beach resorts, beach resorts, shopping malls and golf and golf courses.
Davao teems with bilogical and cultural diversity that characterizes
much of Minadano. Its fertile soil, irrigated regularly by
moderate rainfall, yields a rich variety of flora – including
elegant orchid species and fruits – ranging from the familiar banana,
orange and pomelo to more exotic lanzone, mangosteen and durian.
Mt. Apo, a dormant volcano, invites to conquer the country’s
tallest peak in a four-day climb that offers spectacular views of
geysers, yellow sulphur pillars, blue lakes, swift-flowing rivers and
waterfalls. Nature lovers can also visit the Philippine Eagle Nature Center
which nurtures haribon, the national bird and Caroland Farms, a bird and
wild duck sanctuary. Davao’s population is an ethnic mix of Bagobo and Muslim
communities, as well as descendants of Japanese, Chinese and Filipino Christian settlers.