Way down to south of Manila is the province home to the Taal Volcano, the world renowned smallest active volcano. Batangas also has the second largest international seaport in the Philippines, next to
Baguio City is considered as the Summer Capital of the Philippines for its year-round cool weather and picturesque sceneries – ideal for local and foreign tourists who want to escape the city’s heat.
Angeles, the city popularly known as the former home to the US bases, is also known as one of the “Best Places to Live in the Philippines”. After the Second World War, a
Antipolo is located at the province of Rizal, just about 16 miles east of Manila. Having a population of almost 700,000 in 2010, Antipolo is the seventh most populous city in the country
Zamboanga is a province located at the southwestern part of Mindanao. It has a land area of about 5,600 square miles. It is the 6th most populous province in the country and the
Manila, Philippines is one of the fastest growing cities in Asia and has a total population of over 16.3 million people living within it. That makes this amazing city the 11th in the