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
If you’re up for an unconventional family holiday, the former U.S. air base Clark (now a Freeport Zone) and neighbouring Angeles City offer a unique stay north of Metro Manila, Philippines. Flavourful food and a variety of sights and experiences make both cities a great family bonding location.
Words & Photography Abby Yao
The people of Pampanga in the Philippines have long been inventing dramatic folk traditions that express their festive spirit and fun-loving nature. Today, the star-shaped parol (lantern) of Pampanga is a shining symbol of Christmas and a celebrated local icon.
Words: Beverly Rodrigues Photography: Adam Lee
From The Magazine
From sites of morbid history to inexplicable wonders, the spots on our list will surely pique your curiosity. Compiled by Ari Fajar ...I was all ready to pack my bags for India’s premier beach destination before I was told to put aside ...对一枚吃货来说，世界上最远的距离，就是美食近在咫尺而你却不知道。在同一片国土之上，山打根这里究竟埋藏了多少好吃的呢？一起去看看！ ...In the heart of the Indonesian island of Java, between Semarang and Yogyakarta, lies an extraordinary getaway that has all ...