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Lio Beach

Lio Beach, also known as the El Nido Airport Beach, is another beautiful El Nido beach that is right next to the airport in the island. It has a long wooden pier where visitors can enjoy a short walk while appreciating the view of Cadlao Island.
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1 year ago

Bakhaw Beach

Bakhaw Beach in Camotes Island has a beautiful, white sand shore and turquoise waters. Take a dip to douse the heat of summer or afternoon, or just beach bum and get a tan. Read your favorite book with a cold drink on hand for a relaxing day.
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1 year ago

Tapa

Other than the beautiful Basilica, heritage houses and colorful Filipiniana dresses in Taal, the town is also known for its own version of the Tapa. Known as Tapang Taal, it isn't made of beef but of pork.

Marinated with calamansi, soy sauce, ground pepper, garlic and a tangy sauce, the Tapang Taal is fried and served with garlic rice and dipping of vinegar and chili peppers.
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1 year ago

Maskara Festival

This annual festival, which is similar to Brazil’s Rio Carnival, literally translates to “many faces,” and is celebrated every October in Bacolod. Because of the smiling faces of the mask, Bacolod City got the nickname of The City of Smiles.
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1 year ago

Inasal

Any Bacolod trip isn’t complete without a gastronomic tour of the best food of Bacolod. Make sure you feast on Bacolod’s famous tasty chicken inasal (or just inasal), their local version of roasted chicken marinated in calamansi (local lime), annato, vinegar, and pepper.
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