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Cruise tourism

Among the economic priorities of the Aquino administration, tourism is often cited as a low-hanging fruit given the number of destinations that the Philippines has to offer.

Posted: July 22nd, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Editorial | Read More »

Stay home, it’s more fun in PH!

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You’d think tourists would be a timorous crowd, that they’d go only where they think it’s safe to go. Not where it’s safe, but where they think it is. That should mean a windfall for the Philippines, as Thailand-heading vacationers think twice, for example.

Posted: July 10th, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Editor's Pick,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Viva, Vigan!

The heritage city of Vigan up north needs your support, wherever you may be—here in the country, or elsewhere in the world. This evocative capital city of Ilocos Sur is among the 28 cities around the world that remain in the running for one of the “New7Wonders Cities.” And it is the only Philippine city […]

Posted: June 22nd, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Editorial,Featured Columns,Featured Headline,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

‘Blind spot’

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“For the more adventurous, island hopping can be arranged… to the neighboring Hilantagaan Island” off Bantayan in northern Cebu, the travel blurb offered.

Posted: April 22nd, 2014 in Columnists,Columns,Editor's Pick,Featured Columns,Featured Headline,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Epiphany

That the Philippines is no slouch in terms of starkly beautiful destinations is hardly a secret, and the Inquirer’s “Getaway” series again proves it.

Posted: April 20th, 2014 in Editor's Pick,Editorial,Featured Columns,Featured Headline,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

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  • Ombudsman: I’m not Aquino’s lapdog
  • Binay skirts corruption allegations in speech at mining conference
  • Mayon spews lava, evacuations rushed
  • How will Aquino listen to his bosses on ‘second coming’?
  • Sports

  • Pacquiao undergoing ‘light’ training for now, says trainer
  • Philippines climbs to world No. 31 in latest Fiba Rankings
  • Kiefer Ravena: MVP award meaningless without UAAP title
  • Ateneo’s Kiefer Ravena wins UAAP Season 77 MVP
  • Paul Lee talks with Yeng Guiao; Salud warns player-agents
  • Lifestyle

  • SF Asian Arts Museum sets event for Fil-Am heritage month
  • ‘Impression West Lake:’ visual magic in a place where dream never ends
  • Jia Santos-Estrella showcases windows as art at Pinto Art Museum
  • Big discounts on kiddie clothes sale
  • New technology checks air pollution for healthy family living
  • Entertainment

  • Deniece Cornejo stays in jail
  • Men’s magazine slams leak of Ellen Adarna nude photos
  • Deniece Cornejo posts bail, to be released Wednesday
  • Leonardo DiCaprio named UN Messenger of Peace
  • Selfie by remote
  • Business

  • Dollar holds firm ahead of US Federal Reserve meeting
  • SMC still keen on taking to the skies
  • Emperador bringing Scotch whisky to Asia
  • Aquino declares Batangas, Subic extensions of Manila port
  • US stocks gain on reports of new Chinese stimulus
  • Technology

  • Are journalists equipped with the right skills?
  • Number of websites explodes past a billion (and counting)
  • New Apple mobile software arrives Wednesday
  • Internet service getting faster, telcos tell Senate
  • Your (online) life after death
  • Opinion

  • Rot in the system
  • Books and privacy
  • Why is LRT common station 6 cities away?
  • Hope springs eternal
  • RPRH law is everyone’s mandate
  • Global Nation

  • Aquino arrives in Paris
  • Aquino defends his administration’s human rights record
  • Filipinos not hostile toward Chinese in PH—Palace
  • PH ‘quasi-rogue’ state—Chinese state-run paper
  • UP, Ateneo up in world university rankings–survey
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