Get updates from Philippine Wonders by Email
Enter your email below:

Delivered by FeedBurner

Previous Next
Latest on Tue, 11:30 am

Yanna yap: from cebu to cagayan how much?

megur: Generating imvu credits generator a picture storage period, fresh paint with pastel as you can normally be organized the knack regarding pictures becomes my enthusiasm [...]

agoncharenko: Всем Доброе утро! Заходите на В нашем интернет - магазине самые низкие цены, огромный выбор товаров на любой вкус. Заходите и вы не пожалеете!.

AlfredSads: Интересно знать а почему пользуется популярностью русское порно онлайн, скорей всего из-за того, что русские девушки могут делать такие вещи, которые совсем не подсилу другим, [...]

Elgun: Zdraveite,moga li da nau4a ot vas to4nata suma koqto mi e neobhodima za smqna na suttat na zemedelska zemq 4-ta kategoriq,6402M2 ,s cel izgrajdane na [...]

outficcon: The information is quite significant.

Michaelhame: Lovely forum posts. With thanks. That is very interesting, You're an excessively professional blogger. I have joined your feed and look forward to looking for [...]

jessie: HOW much is the betadine gargle?

lotehoreme: Holla! Try to open this fucking nice blog: -> Thanks!

faktodorw: Zdravstvyite, otkrilsia sait Doska Stavropolskogo i Krasnodarskogo kraia podderji sait

» Leave a reply

Archive for June, 2009

Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park (Puerto Princesa Underground River)

The Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park is located about 50 km north of the city of Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines and is one of the most important conservation areas in the Philippines. It features a limestone karst mountain landscape with an 8.2 km. navigable underground river which is directly connected in the South China Sea. The underground river includes major formations of stalactites and stalagmites, and several large chambers and is reputed to be the world’s longest underground river.

As as source of pride and beauty, Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park has attracted increasing number of tourists ranging from hikers, photographers, nature lovers to foreigners who travel just to marvel to this wonderful God-given tourist haven.

Read the rest of this entry »

Oceanjet Daily Schedule (as of May 1, 2009)

Ocean Fast Ferries Inc.
Pier 1 CPA Bldg., Cebu City, Philippines
Tel. Num.: 032-255-7560
Fax.: 032-255-0115; 032-416-6670

Call or text reservations at +63-922-867-7974 or text “OCEANJET HELP” to 216 for Smart and 2278 for Globe Subscribers.

For inquiries, contact Oceanjet Branch Offices at:
Tagbilaran City
– 038-235-3562; 038-501-9023; +63-922-317-8314

– +63-910-517-7888; +63-922-692-9618

– 035-226-1085; +63-0919-744-2648; +63-922-720-1679

– 034-433-5359; +63-922-391-6298

– 033-509-9018; +63-922-741-3046

Click on the link below to view the daily boat schedule of Oceanjet as of May 1, 2009. (Schedules are subject to change without prior notice):
Boat Schedule here
Read the rest of this entry »

Alberto Biaño Homemade Pizza

Alberto Biaño Homemade Pizza is one of the tastiest, cheesiest and mouthwatering pizza in the Philippines.

Contact Information:

Alberto Biaño Homemade Pizza Branch
(beside Dumaguete Bank, Pusok, Lapu-lapu City)
Tel. Num.: 032-516-9194
Mobile Num.: +639235023330

Read the rest of this entry »

Local tourism jobs to cushion critical spin

MORE jobs in tourism related industries are opened for Bohol as the Department of Tourism is confident they can share in President Arroyo’s program to provide one million new jobs in the first six months of the critical economic spin seen this 2009.

In Bohol local tourism authorities eye an increase of 1nother 50,000 tourists this year to raise its 6,000 annual tourism arrivals as the DOT eyes 3 to 4 million tourist this year.

Despite the global financial crunch, Tourism Secretary Joseph Ace Durano is confident of continued tourism activities and that local authorities can attain its target this year.

Durano’s projection is based on the building momentum generated by the agency’s aggressive sales blitz in its major and emerging tourism markets including China, Russia and other European countries. Read the rest of this entry »

Bohol, now declared ‘school for tourism’

BOHOL, along with other key tourist destinations in the country would be the training ground for the country’s tourism ambassadors as the government launches an apprenticeship program for students taking tourism related courses.

Through Secretary Joseph Ace Durano, the government recently launched Department of Tourism’s Apprentice Program. Read the rest of this entry »