Candaba Bird Festival, Pampanga
Candaba Bird Festival, Pampanga
Candaba Bird Festival, Pampanga
Ati-Atihan Festival, Aklan
Pahiyas Festival, Quezon
Pahiyas Festival, Quezon
Samba de Regatta, Iloilo
Ifugao weavers, Cordillera
Dinagyang Festival, Iloilo

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Local Transport

By air, numerous domestic airlines provide daily services to major cities and towns. There are also scheduled chartered flights to major domestic destinations serviced by smaller commuter planes. 

By sea, inter-island ships connect Manila and Cebu to major ports. Ferry services connect the smaller islands. For the more adventurous, travelling from island to island may be done through negotiations for non-commercial outrigger fisher boats. 

By land, regular bus services connect Manila to all major regions of the country. Metered and fixed rate taxis are widely available in key cities nationwide. Jeepneys and buses are inexpensive ways to get around most places. In Metro Manila, the fastest way of commuting is via the Light Railway Transit (the LRT presently operates 2 lines) and the Metro Rail Transport (MRT – 1 line).

 

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On January 18, 1995, Pope John Paul II offered mass to an estimated 4 to 5 million people at Luneta Park, Manila, Philippines, making it to the Guiness Book of World Records for the Biggest Papal Crowd.

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Tourism Philippines' January More Fun Newsletter

The start of the year for the travel industry is always an exciting time as the season when travellers the world over seek inspiration for their next big holiday. 

Major news and travel publications dedicate their first issue of to highly anticipated lists of places to go for year. 2014 should turn out to be a thrilling year for the Philippines as it has been included in numerous "must visit" destination lists by prominent travel brands.


It is also the season for consumer shows across Europe where the Philippines will be participating at major travel exhibitions dedicated to general leisure, diving and adventure activities among others.

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