MLMT beckons you to come experience brightness like never before, in Philippines.
The Philippines dips into the pool of satisfaction. Emerald liquids to gaze into. Skies reflecting their love. White sand that shines like pearls of delight. Sunsets to get hooked on to. Nights to take with you for all your life. More islands than people. Pick your own. You could hide here, and no one would know. Waterfalls secured and held in between forests made of charm. Water dripping past caves with supposed treasure and into clear pools. The Philippines is massive glee.
Smells of Filipino food waft towards you as you walk past markets. Not even God could keep you away from this. It is a house party for your taste buds. Coal roasted, charred meat and tender, juicy crisps. Spices to give you an enriching experience. Filipino food will not leave you famished.
Filipinos are some of the most beautiful people you will run into. Their smiles sparkle with the intensity of a thousand suns.
MLMT beckons you to come experience brightness like never before. Happiness is the only nature here!
When to visit?
The tropical islands of the Philippines stay this disco ball of weather throughout the year. They are all over the place. Sun shines clubbed with raining shifts. Everything is found right here. Even so, there are two general seasons. The dry and the wet seasons. From about January to June you can expect relatively drier and sunny weathers. But from December onwards the rains might grace your visit. The climates are generally towards the warm sides, but water comes from all sides here in the Philippines.
Average Cost per person
Most of the countries in Southeast Asia are considered pretty low. The costs in the Philippines are small too. This is in comparison with most of the exuberant European rates. The islands you visit will decide what your budget will come up to. Activities like island hopping would be better if you go with groups. The entire trip of about 6-7 days here should not go beyond 50,000-60,000 rupees. Though it could go up according to your luxury settings.
The process of acquiring a Visa for the Philippines is not a very tough process. The residents of about 151 countries can enter without even getting a Visa. Please do check with the embassy if your country comes under this. You can register for 30 days at the most. You require a passport that has been made at least 6 months ago. They are also very serious about the outbound and inbound flight tickets so you should keep a note of these very carefully.
Where to stay?
Manila is the pearl you just happen to find on your way. It always will blow your mind away. It is a hidden jewel. Only the people worthy of entering this safe haven ever find it beautiful. It is a gust of fresh air. The city has been through some of the biggest disasters, and it has come out of it alive and thriving. The place has now been transformed into a beating metro, but it still keeps the charm alive.
For those daring enough to dive into this city willingly, they will run into rows leading up to the edgy galleries and an excellent indie scene. It is also full of coffee places, bars, and artsy markets.
Best Places to stay in Manila
This is the capital of the Southern Philippines. It will not stun you on the first view. It tends to seem a little rustic and gritty at first sight. But there is a high amount of colleges and the English-speaking crowd here. The city attracts students like lights attract moths. They come here from all over the country.
This has made the city quite a remarkable city. You always have too many options to choose from when you leave to go out. The nightlife and the dine of the town are astounding. It is famous for this throughout the archipelago.
Best Places to stay in Cebu City
This forms as the base camp for all the activities entailing to Palawan. It literally translates to a nest and that is precisely what it is. It is the cliffs sheltering the nestled town. The beach here won’t daze you, but the food and bar scene here is so enriching. It is the corner of the earth you get the random urge to go.
A lot of people who come here don’t really come to the actual town but settle their energies in the areas around it. One option can be the long narrow beach of Corong Corong. There are more and more quiet resorts plopping up all over the El Nido coast.
Best Places to stay in El Nido
The city lies just a few hours away from Manila. It is one of the best and most picturesque diving locations in all of the Philippines. The world you see in these secure waters will have you floating with delight for days. It translates directly to the port of the gallons. Its natural harbor was the most regarded anchorage until the Spanish showed up in 1572.
It still is a massive deal for short-term vacationers and regulars. They would instead come here than go anywhere else. Every area around here has its own character and storyline. Go here to dive deep into beauty and make ever-lasting memories.
Best Places to stay in Puerto Galera
This city is like the younger sibling of Manila. It gives you a similar but understated experience but also puts in some of its quirky nature and keeps it alive. The people here are the real gems. They are very focused towards their future and stay immense pride in their past and heritage.
The grandeur in some parts is gradually dying, but some parts have started booming to make it bigger. Come here for the enriching past and the people, nightlife to dance to and to visit the neighboring islands.
Best Places to stay in Iloilo
These unique hills are a formation of geological limestones. They are a sight you have to see. There are thousands of conical mounds full of these matted, mossed green grass that turns brown during the dry season. It has been named as one of the top National Geological monuments. It is a truly unique experience.
Swimming with the giants
In the small, sleepy town of Oslob, lies this crazy experience. They were practically unheard of till they embraced the only unique thing about them. The whale sharks. Swimming and being close around these shy, gentle creatures is a wondrous feeling. They are the largest fish in the world.
The Wooden Hut
The locals in the village of Batad live this way. It is a life without the bare minimum expectations. You climb the ladder to reach the rooms located in the upper part of the hut. You can even light some fire inside. The feeling of being completely cut off from the world, with the embers lighting up the scene cannot be beaten.
Taal Volcano is an active, bursting, danger zone that exists on the Luzon island. This is extremely active and has erupted at least 33 times. It has caused a lot of loss. The island has been barred from habitation, but it is definitely worth a visit. Go here and see the destruction at its best.
The Minor Basilica of the Black Nazarene is a church that exists in one of the regions in Manila. This place apparently has a church that is known to have some spiritual powers. People come here to wipe his feet. Once a year, a parade happens which is followed by a procession.
Public transport is the best way of getting around the Philippines. These are the Jeepney’s which are colorful buses, cabs, tricycles and more. The tricycles are very cheap and are fun to be a part of. Just holler out to one, sit in and away you go!
Every country has its share of local scams, and this is the one to look out for here. The people who convert your money might be a little preposterous. They might use negotiation tactics and fool you into paying more. Do not get scared by this. Just be prepared for the nuisance.
The traffic in most parts of Asia tends to be chaotic in nature. You will see scooter and Jeepney’s zooming around at their preferred speed. All running towards their destinations. Do not get dazed by this. Just go with the flow. This system works here.
This country was ruled over by Spain for about 377 years. This has apparently created quite an impact on their local culture and customs. You might feel the sudden click with Spain and its architecture as you walk around this country.
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