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Sports Tourism Comes Alive With Laoag Sand Dunes Challenge

Laoag City government is ready to serve more local and international athletes at its Sand Dunes after its recent competition.

DOT Secretary Frasco: Baguio To Lead PH Towards Post-Pandemic Tourism Recovery

The Department of Tourism sees Baguio City's potential leading Philippine tourism after the success of the recent Panagbenga festival.

Department Of Tourism To Promote PH As Tourism Powerhouse In Berlin

The Department of Tourism planned to highlight the development and other local products of the Philippines at the upcoming Internationale Tourismus-Börse Berlin Convention.

Hundred Islands To Host 3 International Cruise Ships

The city tourism office of Hundred Islands confirmed that they would cater to three international cruise ships as pandemic restrictions loosened.

DOT Extends ‘Free Accreditation’ For Tourism Establishments

Tourism Secretary Christina Frasco disclosed that their agency would continue to remove the accreditation fees for tourism establishments for them to recover from the effects of the pandemic.

Lampinigan Island Pushed As Basilan’s Ecotourism Zone

Two local government officials from Basilan agreed to make Lampinigan Island an ecotourism zone to attract more tourists.

Albay’s West Coast As Tourist Spot Boon For Business

A lawmaker from Albay supported the legislation making the west coast of Albay in the Bicol Region a tourism destination to promote environmental preservation and provide jobs for locals.

PBBM Names Special Envoy To China For Trade, Investment, Tourism

President Bongbong Marcos officially chose his special envoy to China to help him provide trading and tourism updates in both countries.

PH Destinations Nominated Anew In 2023 World Travel Awards

The 30th World Travel Awards has nominated the Philippines and two other destinations in the country as one of the leading tourist spots in Asia.

VAT Refund System For Tourists Gets House Panel Nod

The House Committee on Ways and Means has agreed to apply for refunds on the value-added tax given to non-resident tourists.