PH Travel Restrictions Bar Entry From 20 Countries

The Philippines imposed stricter travel restrictions banning entry from 20 countries, and several areas in community quarantine.

DOT-Accredited Hotels and Resorts in Baguio City

If you’re planning to travel to Baguio, then you probably already know that the Summer Capital has implemented procedures that you need to strictly follow. As a traveling tourist, you will, of course, need to look for that cozy accommodation that will give you a good night’s sleep under the city’s captivating sky. Here is a list of DOT-accredited hotels to help you get settled in.

The A Ba Ka of Philippine Souvenirs: Na for Niyog

Souvenirs can be about the innovation and ingenuity of the crafters behind each creative piece. It is entirely possible to come up with a whole line of products from just one type of raw material. Issue number 11 of the A Ba Ka of Philippine Souvenirs series focuses on the various souvenir items made out of the hard shell of a coconut.

The A Ba Ka of Philippine Souvenirs: La for Laruan

“Laruan” is the Filipino term for “toy”. Toys as souvenirs are popular in many parts of the Philippines. Most souvenir toys are miniature versions of the real thing. When you go around the souvenir shops anywhere in the Philippines, you’ll find toy models of jeepneys in countless designs.

That Orange Empanada from the Philippines

Empanadas from Ilocos–one of the most culture-rich regions in the Philippines–are famous for having a bright orange color which will truly stand out against other commercial empanadas. Yes, orange but it isn’t just the alluring color that sets the Ilocos empanada apart.

The A Ba Ka of Philippine Souvenirs: A for Abaniko

The abaniko as a souvenir is practical, lightweight, useful, and affordable. It is no wonder why tourists would always take a bunch of the hand-crafted woven fans home with them. As some tourists would probably keep one piece for their souvenir collection, others would choose the abaniko as a “coming home” present (or “pasalubong”, as Filipinos call it) for their friends and families.