SAN RAFAEL, BULACAN, PHILIPPINES — Pronounced as mala-nga-an, and not malang-ga-an, Malangaan Cave is located near a quarry site in the outlying Sitio Tukod in Brgy. Pulo, San Rafael, Bulacan. The cave features a canyon-like crevice and a nearby spring.
Long gone was the time that when you hear about Apayao province, Kalinga will be the first to come into your mind. Apayao, once part of the sole province of Kalinga-Apayao (now defunct), is making a name for itself. The local government of Apayao has been active during the past few years in promoting and exploring its hidden gems. According to the local Isneg, Apayao means “negotiable river”. Branded as “Cordillera’s Last Frontier of Nature’s Richness,” you’ll find out that Apayao isn’t all just rivers. Apayao has several things more waiting to be explored. Continue Reading
ALAMINOS CITY, PANGASINAN, PHILIPPINES — Hundred Islands Natural Park is a protected group of islands in Alaminos City, Pangasinan. There are 124 islands in total during low tide, and 123 islands during high tide. Only three have been developed for tourism: Governor Island,… Continue Reading