Cabanatuan City, Silang

Since the 1750's the Philippines has been called the “Pearl of the Orient Sea” (Perla del Mar de Oriente) because of the elegant organic beauty it contained. This term originated from the thought of Fr. Juan J. Delgado in his last poem Mi último adios.

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Cabanatuan City, Philippines • Memory • 

Dingalan is a town in Aurora known as the Batanes of the East.

  • Dingalan, Aurora, Philippines

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Cafe Agapita

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Silang, Philippines • Memory • 

Cafe Agapita is a family-run cafe in Silang,Cavite that offers freshly brewed local coffee and homemade cakes.

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Minalungao National Park

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Cabanatuan City, Philippines • Memory • 

From the words “Mina” and “Lungao” meaning gold mine in caves, Minalungao National Park is one of the most important eco-tourism destinations in the Philippines.

  • General Tinio, Nueva Ecija, Philippines

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About Philippines

The 7,107 islands of the Pearl of the Orient Seas boast of cultures, language, sounds, and sights that are as lively as its people

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