Friday, June 2, 2023
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US Embassy Sees Record Number Of Visas For Pinoys In 2023

The US Embassy anticipates record number of visas processed in 2023, aiming to issue 330,000 non-immigrant visas.

6K Eastern Visayas Tourism Workers Eyed For Filipino Brand Training

Tourism service providers in Eastern Visayas to receive training on Filipino Brand of Service Excellence this year.

2 Palace Museums To Open June 1

Malacañang opens two museums, Bahay Ugnayan and Teus Mansion, for heritage tours showcasing the life and legacies of Philippine presidents.

Unexploited Camotes Island Beaches Now Accessible Via Bus Travel

Cebu has launched its newest Roll-on, Roll-off port to give transportation to domestic and foreign tourists going to Camotes Islands.

1st PH Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tours Launched

The Department of Tourism introduced convenient and flexible hop-on hop-off bus tours for seamless travel and exploration.

Cebu Hypes Sugar Bowl Town As Tourers’ Destination

Cebu’s Medellin town promotes as a budding destination for touring riders and visitors with the ‘shoot, ride, dive’ event.

Bacolod Masskara Dancers To Perform In New York For First Time

Masskara Festival dancers from Bacolod City are set to captivate New York City with their vibrant performances, aiming to boost tourism in the province.

Iloilo City Eyes Pact With District In Seoul, South Korea

Iloilo City aims to establish a sisterhood agreement with a city in South Korea for tourism and cultural exchanges.

Northern Samar Introduces Ibábao Fest To Mark 58th Anniversary

Northern Samar province celebrates its 58th anniversary with the inaugural Ibábao Festival, showcasing its rich history, tourism, and culture.

Return Of Cebu Pacific’s Manila-Laoag Flights Excites Ilocanos

A local airline resumes flights from Manila to Laoag, generating excitement among locals and officials for increased travel opportunities and tourism.