Seven reasons why the Philippines is the dream travel destination

Seven reasons why the Philippines is the dream travel destination

What’s next now that you have graduated?

Instead of rushing into the world of “adulting”, put a pause on sending those resumes in, gather your besties, and experience the Philippines! Just a short plane trip from Singapore, the Philippines is a one-stop destination with something for everyone from the adrenaline seeker to the culture vulture.

Get ready to check off a series of items from your bucket list with these unique experiences:

1. Sky Cycle in Davao

Sky Cycle in Davao

Try sky cycling 60 feet high in the air for the most exhilarating ride of your life

Nothing says “I’m high on life” quite like sky cycling 60 feet above ground in Davao (yes, you read that right!). Those brave enough for the challenge will be rewarded with scenic views of the city while keeping balance on an exhilarating ride. With stunning landscapes as your backdrop, getting a photo with your besties while sky cycling will definitely be the ultimate #squadgoal.

Where: Eden Nature Park & Resort, Davao

Nearest Airport: Davao International Airport

How to get there: Cebu Pacific flies twice a week from Singapore to Davao International Airport, Click Here to learn more.

2. Take a dive in Moalboal, Cebu

A sardine run in Moalboal, Cebu

A sardine run in Moalboal, Cebu

Whether it is swimming with whale sharks, doing a sardine run, or canyoneering in Badian to view the most magnificent waterfalls, Moalboal offers it all. Dubbed one of the best dive sites in the Philippines, a trip here will be sure to release you of all that job-hunting stress. Feel weightless amidst the wonders of the underwater world as you experience a dive of a lifetime. If you do not have a diving license, don’t worry – you can still choose to experience these pristine clear waters while snorkelling!

P.S. We hear Moalboal is very famous for their mangoes too!

Where: Moalboal, Cebu

Nearest Airport: Mactan–Cebu International Airport

How to get there: Cebu Pacific flies daily from Singapore to Cebu International Airport, Click Here to learn more.

3. Marvel at the Chocolate Hills in Bohol Island

Marvel at the Chocolate Hills in Bohol Island

The rolling landscape includes 1,776 hills – that’s more than one hill for each day in school!

The sight of the Chocolate Hills in Bohol Island will leave you gasping at the beauty of Mother Nature. Aptly named Chocolate Hills, the green grass turns brown during the dry season. This beautiful attraction stretches across more than 50 square kilometres, and includes more than 1,776 hills – that’s truly a sight to behold!

Where: Chocolate Hills, Bohol

Nearest Airport: Tagbilaran Airport

How to get there: Cebu Pacific flies three times a day from Singapore to Manila (Ninoy Aquino) International Airport. From here, travellers can connect directly to Tagbilaran Airport, with flights operating three times daily. Click Here to learn more.

4. Immerse yourself in Iloilo’s Culture

Experience Iloilo, a city rich in Filipino culture

Experience Iloilo, a city rich in Filipino culture

Iloilo, also known as the City of Love, is a culturally rich province in the Visayas, and is one place that should definitely be on your itinerary. Even if you’re not a self-professed culture vulture, learning about a city’s culture and heritage will broaden your understanding of the world, keeping you #woke. This will be exceptionally handy when you go out into the working world. With old central business districts, magnificent century-old churches and ancestral houses, Iloilo will be the destination that ignites your love for a bygone era.

Where: Iloilo City

Nearest Airport: Iloilo International Airport

How to get there: Cebu Pacific flies twice a week from Singapore to Iloilo International Airport, Click Here to learn more.

5. Take a dip in Lake Pinatubo

Take a dip in Lake Pinatubo

Sit back, relax, and enjoy beautiful Mount Pinatubo and its crystalline blue lake

If climbing an actual mountain is not your thing, trek to the crater lake of Mount Pinatubo to take a relaxing dip amidst clear, blue waters. Take a deep breath and embrace the awe-inspiring, picturesque surroundings. Tip: be sure to put on your best bathing suit, because this place is legit #instaworthy.

Where: Mount Pinatubo, Luzon

Nearest Airport: Clark International Airport

How to get there: Cebu Pacific flies daily from Singapore to Clark International Airport. Click Here to learn more.

6. Surf in Siargao Island

Surf in Siargao Island

Ride some world-class waves right here on Siargao Island

For the uninitiated, Siargao is the surfing capital of the Philippines. With over 15 different surf breaks around the island, there are spots for everyone, from first-timers to seasoned surfers. Adrenaline junkies should definitely check out Cloud 9, where waves ranked amongst the world’s top ten come in from the Pacific Ocean. Celebrate being young by conquering the crystalline waves of Siargao!

Where: Siargao Island

Nearest Airport: Sayak Airport (also known as Siargao Airport)

How to get there: Cebu Pacific flies daily from Singapore to Cebu International Airport. From there, travellers can connect directly to Sayak Airport, with flights operating twice daily, the most out of every. Click Here to learn more.

7. Get lost the ‘last frontier’: Coron

Get lost the ‘last frontier’_Coron

Dubbed Philippines’ ‘last frontier’, Coron, Palawan is a sight to behold

Located in the northernmost tip of the Palawan archipelago, Coron is blessed with lush forests, pristine beaches and colourful marine life. Overland and underwater, Coron is a gem. But its most valuable asset are dedicated locals who untiringly protect most of the islands against destructive tourism. Swim in the warm waters of one of the cleanest lakes in the region—Kayangan Lake, and marvel at the limestone rock formations under water; or check out World War II shipwrecks—some of which are accessible even to snorkelers—while exploring coral gardens teeming with colourful fish. Enjoy a seafood fiesta followed by a siesta at beautiful Banol beach, one of many white sand beaches in Coron.

Where: Coron, Palawan

Nearest Airport: Francisco B. Reyes Airport (also known as Busuanga Airport)

How to get there: Cebu Pacific flies three times a day from Singapore to Manila (Ninoy Aquino) International Airport. From here, travellers can connect directly to Francisco B. Reyes Airport (also known as Busuanga Airport) with flights operating three times daily. Click Here to learn more

With the myriad activities that the Philippines has to offer, you can unleash your inner vacation self without breaking the bank with these seven wallet-friendly destinations. You’re guaranteed to always find something new and exciting to do, and a trip here will allow you to find your bliss – at least until reality hits!

How to get there

Cebu Pacific Air, the largest airline in the Philippines, offers its low fares and seat sales on direct daily flights between Singapore and five Philippine destinations, including Manila (3x daily), Cebu and Clark (7x weekly) as well as Iloilo and Davao (2x weekly).

CEB also operates out of Cebu, Clark and Manila as strategically placed hubs, flying to some of the world’s best islands including Coron, Boracay and Puerto Princesa. It offers direct flights between Cebu and Busuanga (Coron) 3x weekly.

For bookings and inquiries, guests can visit www.cebupacificair.com or call the reservation hotline at +65-315-80808. The latest seat sales can be found on CEB’s official Twitter (@CebuPacificAir) and Facebook (www.facebook.com/cebupacificair) pages.

Guests may also download the Cebu Pacific official mobile app on the App Store and Google Play.

*Flight frequencies are based on Cebu Pacific’s April flight schedule and are subject to changes.

Source = Cebu Pacific Air
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