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Davao City Coffee Shops

Davao City Coffee Shops

Davao City has always been a place for coffee lovers. Long before the giants Starbucks and Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf entered the scene, Davaoenos have been enjoying the joys of aromatic gourmet coffee in homegrown cafes that dot the city. I am a coffee lover, so much so that I cannot survive a day […]

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Love at first sight. I was taken by the serenity of the Madaum River.

Banana Beach Resort River Tour

Rivers play an important role in the lives of people who live close to them. In Tagum City, Davao del Norte, rivers don’t just support livelihood but the local tourism as well. Banana Beach Resort is a luxury special interest resort located inside a banana plantation. The sprawling property is located at the heart of […]

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Banana Beach Resort Forest Tour

Banana Beach Resort Forest Tour

When one thinks of the Philippines, thoughts immediately zero in on the beautiful beaches in any of the 7,107 islands. Majority of foreign travelers arrive with thoughts of sun-kissed shores and underwater worlds just waiting to be explored. While all these are well within reach once you step on Philippine soil, there are also other […]

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Banana Beach Resort Plantation Tour

Do you like bananas? I bet you do! But did you know that there’s more to bananas than just the bunches we buy from supermarkets? If you’re like me who has little to zero knowledge about agriculture, you’d be surprised that there’s a complicated science behind growing bananas! Bananas are among the top agricultural export […]

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Longhua Buddhist Temple

The Philippines is known to be a predominantly Catholic nation. But as visitors would realize, the country is an interesting mosaic of different religions, cultures and beliefs from all over the world. Case in point: you can find one of the Philippines’ largest Buddhist temples in the predominantly Muslim island of Mindanao. We visited the […]

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