Dong Bei Dumplings, Binondo, Manila
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Dong Bei Dumpling restaurant offers homemade Beijing-style dumplings at reasonable prices.   In fact, when we were there, the dumplings we ordered were freshly made for us.The Dong Bei Dumplings restaurant is quite small. We had the famous dumplings (steamed and fried) and they were all good. The …

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Exploring Davao City: Davao's Iconic fruit, the Durian!
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First stop, Durian testing, we took jeepney to Uyanguren ( China Town) right at the   front of Davao's China town was Magsaysay Fruit Stand.   The Magsaysay Park has been famous to a lot of because it’s the favorite place of durian, suha and mangoesteen in Davao City. Durian …

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New Bohol International Airport in Panglao Island to Open this November 2018
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The New Bohol Airport is the Philippines' First Eco-Friendly Airport. Among the eco features of the airport include the dominant use of natural sunlight and natural air ventilation in the terminals, with air conditioning being powered by solar energy. The Department of Transportation…

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Dos and Don'ts in the New Boracay
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Boracay Island is known for its magnificent view and white sand. Boracay Island will be re-opening on October 26 after 6 months of rehabilitation. It has also been announced that many rules are to be observed once it opens to the public. What are these new Dos and Don’ts? Image credit to…

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Raniag: The Vigan Twilight Festival 2018
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Image credit to Greedy Peg Most people equate Vigan with the historic Calle Crisologo. With its paved streets, horse-drawn carriages and old Spanish style houses. Walking along of Calle Crisologo in Vigan takes one back to life during the Spanish colonial era.I was amiably surprised to see ano…

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