Tag: nature

Bongao Badjao Village

My last stop over for the day is the Badjao Village. I asked Alvin to bring me to the famous water village where Badjaos live in peace and harmony with one another. The Badjaos here have relatively large population and they don’t live a life like the Badjaos […]

Pulang Bato Waterfalls

Red River Valley Waterfalls or popularly known as Pulang Bato Falls is a unique waterfalls because of its seemingly red water caused by the red rocks in the area. The rocks contain some sort of minerals that make the water appear  reddish though in fact it is clear.  […]

Hong Kong’s Tai-o River Village

Tai-o is a traditional fishing village located in the river banks of Lantau Island, Hong Kong. Tai-o is a popular tourist destination because it is known as the “Venice of Hong Kong” and despite the 2000 fire that destroyed the river village, most of the stilt houses are […]

Chasing Pinagalaan Falls

It was not among my plans to visit this water falls located in Bayugan City, Agusan Del Sur. And since I do not have much thing to do that day except to go to San Franz and sleep there for the night, I decided to drop by Bayugan […]

7 Falls of Lake Sebu

Lake Sebu is a municipality in the province of South Cotabato.  It is famous for its 3 beautiful lakes and 7 gorgeous waterfalls all set in a perfect and unadulterated environment in the home of the T’boli people. To get here, fly to General Santos City. From General […]

A Scenic 17 Mile Drive

It is called 17 Mile Drive because the scenic route along Pebble Beach is exactly 17 miles long. It was first opened to the public in 1881 and has undergone several route revisions but until today, it has maintained its 27.36 kilometers road drive.   Very popular among […]

China | Beijing Panda Zoo

Beijing is a good alternative to Chengdu if one wants to see a giant panda. The Panda House or Panda Zoo is inside the Beijing Zoo. The Zoo itself has more than 15 exhibition halls – and the Panda Zoo is one of these. Panda House was built […]