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by Marna Dagumboy Del Rosario on May 4, 2022
CLARK FREEPORT, Pampanga – The Clark International Airport (CRK) on Monday officially soft-launched its new terminal building with a ceremonial water cannon salute to the first departing and arriving flights from Jetstar Asia and Cebu Pacific Air.... Read full article
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on April 29, 2022
PH eyed as next location for blockbuster 'Crazy Rich Asians'
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on April 29, 2022
MANILA – The Philippines may just be the next location for the Hollywood blockbuster "Crazy Rich Asians".... Read full article
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on April 26, 2022
PH pushes for ‘regenerative tourism’
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on April 26, 2022
MANILA – An even better and sustainable version of the Philippines' world-popular destinations -- this is what the Department of Tourism (DOT) is now pushing with the emerging calls for "regenerative tourism".... Read full article
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on April 22, 2022
Southeast Asian nations eye unified health passport
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on April 22, 2022
MANILA – Southeast Asian nations are discussing the possibility of a unified health passport to facilitate seamless travel for tourists, Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat said Thursday.... Read full article
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on April 21, 2022
PH tourism 'firmly' on road to recovery: WTTC
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on April 21, 2022
MANILA – The Philippine tourism industry is "firmly" on the road to recovery, with industry stakeholders forecasting that travel and tourism contribution to the economy will grow by 6.7 percent over the next 10 years.... Read full article
by Ma. Cristina Arayata on April 6, 2022
PAL, AirAsia increase flight frequencies for Holy Week
by Ma. Cristina Arayata on April 6, 2022
MANILA – Local carriers Philippine Airlines (PAL) and AirAsia Philippines announced Tuesday the increased frequencies of several of their domestic routes this month.... Read full article
by Nanette Guadalquiver on April 5, 2022
Sipalay City named PH’s kite tourism capital
by Nanette Guadalquiver on April 5, 2022
BACOLOD CITY – The City of Sipalay in Negros Occidental has been declared the Kite Tourism Capital of the Philippines during the staging of its 8th Burangoy Kite Festival over the weekend.... Read full article
by Sarwell Meniano on March 23, 2022
DOT promotes pilgrimage tourism in Eastern Visayas
by Sarwell Meniano on March 23, 2022
TACLOBAN CITY – The Department of Tourism (DOT) is pushing for stronger pilgrimage tourism in the region even with the culmination of the year-long quincentennial commemoration on the world’s first circumnavigation by Ferdinand Magellan.... Read full article
by Philippines News Agency on March 22, 2022
DOT meets with Japanese tourism execs to boost arrivals
by Philippines News Agency on March 22, 2022
TOKYO, Japan – The Philippines’ Department of Tourism (DOT) continues its marketing and promotional efforts a month after reopening to international leisure travelers, this time setting its sights on potential visitors from a major source market-Japa... Read full article
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on March 10, 2022
DOT hopes for full PH reopening to foreign tourists by April
by Joyce Ann L. Rocamora on March 10, 2022
MANILA – The Department of Tourism (DOT) is hoping the Philippines could fully reopen its doors to more foreign tourists by April of this year.... Read full article
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