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‘Sexiest vet alive’ explores Palawan in new show

By THE MANILA TIMES May 03, 2019 Chasing after his passion and love for animals, celebrity veterinarian Evan Antin takes on a meaningful wildlife adventure around the world and ticks items off of his bucket list as he intimately interacts with animals and helps those in need in his first …

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More ‘luck’ in Binondo with new Megaworld hotel

By CHRISTINA ALPAD, TMT April 26, 2019 Established in 1594, Binondo in Manila is dubbed the oldest Chinatown in the world. The district best showcases Chinese culture through busy enterprises, authentic dishes and grand holiday celebrations. A destination on its own, it is no wonder accommodations have been popping up …

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Rizal province beckons with hidden art and culinary gems

By IZA IGLESIAS, TMT April 12, 2019 LESS than an hour drive from the shadows of skyscrapers, irritating smog and woeful traffic is a vast tract of land that is home to natural wonders, talent and flavors that are sure to invigorate the senses. A destination named after the national …

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6th Bisikleta Iglesia takes bikers on 42-km journey of faith

By THE MANILA TIMES April 12, 2019 Faith, sports and stamina come together in an early celebration of Lent in the sixth edition of Bisikleta Iglesia. Organized by the Lima Park Hotel, this unique expedition takes devotees and biking enthusiasts on a 42-kilometer journey of seven beautiful Batangas lakeshore churches. …

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Every sustainable tourist’s guide to Chiang Mai

By The Manila Times March 22, 2019 With its lush greeneries, cool weather, rich traditions and vibrant communities, Chiang Mai is a dream destination for everyone who wants to indulge in nature’s glory. Set in the mountainous regions of Northern Thailand, Chiang Mai is on the rise as a hub …

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Taiwan’s colorful lantern festivals

By ROY NARRA March 22, 2019 TAIWAN: When it comes to colorful lantern festivals and majestic fireworks displays, Taiwan instantly comes to mind. And while these celebrations have ended with the Lunar New Year in February, this list will come in handy for vacationers who want to plan early and …

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