The islet archipelago together known as the Philippines is one of Southeast Asia's lesser-visited tourist jewels. Even though in the past safety concerns and vacillating infrastructure have kept tourists at woof, an intensive effort at revitalizing the tourism industry on the part of the Filipino government has seen a spectacular increase in the number of annual visitors in recent years. The beautiful isle chain offers plethora to see and do, from lazing on palm-fringed beaches to top-notch scuba diving and snorkeling sites, and prosperity of great cultural attractions in between. The Philippines is defined by its emerald green rice fields, swarming megacities, graffiti-splashed jeepneys, shouldering volcanoes, bug- eyed tarsiers, fluffy water buffalo and joyful, happy- go-lucky people.
Factually thousands of sparkling islands make up the Philippines, which – if it were a formula – would be equal parts Spanish and Mexican, Hollywood and lazy fiestas, pigs’ blood soup and maddening Manila nightlife. There’s so much on offer, and so many different alluring destinations, a visit is less a question of seeing the country, but picking which part you want to glimpse the most.
The whole country of Philippines is considered as one of the most remarkable and enthralling tourist destinations of the world due to its wide variety of varied charms which mesmerizes the tourists from all over the world. Every year, nature lovers, romantic couples and escapade seekers from different part of the world stopover their desired destination in Philippines. Philippines enjoy an exciting nightlife with a colossal variety of chic night bars and pubs which are accompanied by different types of luscious cuisines providing diverse choices to amuse everyone’s taste bud. Manila’s international status is precisely uncertain, but finding your way along with the buzz is as unforgettable as any of those attractive tropical beaches.