Voted the best island in the world, Palawan is known for its white-sand beaches, hidden lagoons, limestone islets and clear, turquoise waters. Here’s a quick guide to Palawan’s famed El Nido, your next island destination in this Philippine paradise.
Words and Photography: Reena Kumari
Between Borneo and Manila, there is an archipelago with a biodiversity that is virtually unmatched, both underwater and above. Robinson Crusoe would feel right at home here on this final frontier called Palawan. With a kayak, snorkel and hiking shoes, I cross this boundary and enter paradise.
Words and Photography: Daan Vermeer
As central Philippines recovers from the devastation of Super Typhoon Haiyan, many of the nation’s 7,107 islands are ready to receive visitors. The monsoon season has come to a close, making now the ideal time for a beach getaway. Help kickstart the local economy by turning up on these shores. No two islands are the same in this archipelago, so here are 7 to get you started on your holiday planning.
Compiled by Abby Yao
With over 7,000 islands in the Pacific Ring of Fire, the Philippines has bountiful waters and a seemingly endless shoreline. Three centuries under Spain and 50 years under the United States haven’t fazed the 90 million karaoke-singing, basketball-playing people of this country often skipped—undeservedly—on journeys to Southeast Asia. Come get a glimpse of the Philippines through the lenses of Travel 3Sixty readers.
Compiled by Abby Yao
Palawan province south of the Philippine capital has enamoured many an adventurer with its famed Underground River, Tubbataha Reef and exclusive resorts in El Nido. On the northern tip of the province, the Calamian group of islands beckons to travellers willing to forego luxury comforts for unspoilt natural beauty. It is here, on these sparsely populated islands, that I found myself smitten by the homeland I am only beginning to explore.
Words & Photography: Abby Yao
Just when you thought you could take a break between juggling work meetings, parent-teacher conferences, ballet lessons and soccer practices, spending time with your family could be a huge hassle without the proper preparation and research. Think unsuitable locations, none child-friendly activities, inconvenient travelling and food that makes a child’s face turn a sickly green. Why not make life simpler with these amazing destinations that guarantee some family-friendly fun?
By Irvin Hanni
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