Best Travel Services and Tips

If you're planning to have a vacation and in need of accommodation, Agoda is the perfect website to go to. It allows you to search for hotels in a specific location. It has a very neat interface for easy usage and provides a lot of information about the place like rooms and facilities. It comes with user ratings and feedback to help you decide which one to take.

Another good thing is the huge discounts they give that's hard to beat. On top of these, they provide rewards/rebates if you do a reservation through them.

Expedia and Traveloka are other options.

So what are you waiting for, come and see the beautiful province of Iloilo, Philippines.

Choosing the right airline when traveling is a must, otherwise, the nasty experience will spoil the journey. I have listed here all commercial airlines in the Philippines as of this date, in case anyone needs to access their respective website.
  • AirSWIFT has limited flights to and from Manila, Cebu and Palawan only.

  • AirAsia Philippines offers travel to major Asian countries. In the Philippines routes include Manila, Clark, Cebu, Davao, Kalibo, Palawan, Tacloban, Cagayan de Oro and Tagbilaran.

  • Cebu Pacific have some main Asian destinations, but their local coverage is extensive. Very budget friendly airline.

  • Philippine Airlines is the flag carrier of the Philippines and has global destinations. Local coverage is extensive too, albeit more expensive.

  • SkyJet Airlines has a special Batanes route on top of Manila, Boracay and Palawan.

  • Fly Scoot, formerly TigerAir is another airline that mainly caters to Asian countries. Offers plenty of local destinations but not as extensive.
I like to absorb as much information as possible and one of the things that fascinate me is culture. Each country is unique because of it. There are now online sites that allow people to learn and explore the world without leaving your home or traveling. Its all the more fun especially in this time of Covid-19 pandemic.

Discover exhibits and collections from museums and archives all around at Google Cultural Institute. They have a huge collection divided into art project, historic moments and world wonders for convenience.

Open Culture is an information aggregator specially catering to cultural and educational media. If you are the type that's eager to know more about the world, this is one site to visit. They have a large collection of high quality video and audio for an enriching experience.

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