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The majestic Philippine islands dethrones Thailand as Asia’s new Must-See destination according to Peter Lloyd who wrote an article in one of Europe’s most respected news media company, Dailymail. According to Lloyd, the Philippines is a famed archipelago which boasts 7,000 isles located in South-east of Asia’s mainland.

Huma Island

Dicilingan Island, Palawan (Photo Credit: DailyMail)

The DailyMail article written by Peter Lloyd showcased some of the Philippines major tourist destinations as well as some undiscovered islands which are owned privately by some elite and well-known billionaires.

According to the author he was really intrigued with the beauty of the Philippines because it’s the road less travelled. The author documented his travel in the Philippines and really enjoyed the service offered by the country’s flag carrier, the Philippine Airlines.

Some of the most famous destinations traveled by the author are the provinces of Bohol and Palawan as well as the bustling city of Metro Manila as he also visited the historic Walled City of Intramuros. He also enjoyed the sights and sounds of the financial districts of Makati and Mandaluyong City.

One of the highlights of the DailyMail author’s visit to the Philippines was when he experienced the natural beauty of the privately-owned Dicilingan Island, home of the luxury Huma Island Resort and Spa. The place features 64 water villas which offered stunning, and uninterrupted views of the sea.

Aside from Metro Manila, Bohol and Palawan, the Philippines could also boasts of some of the world’s most popular tourist destinations which includes Cebu City and nearby islands, Boracay Island in Aklan and the site of Survivors TV series, Caramoan island in Camarines Sur.

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  • Ward June 23, 2016, 5:38 pm

    Suppose you own a restaurant and it was voted the best of the world by a magazine, yet you have no customers at all, what’s the point in that?

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