It has more than 7,641 islands which offer travellers indescribable natural beauty, an array of special experiences and travel highlights
The Philippine Department of Tourism, Philippine Airlines, the Philippine Embassy in Canberra and the Philippine Consulate General in Sydney were delighted to support the Habol Ilonggo Fashion Show a...
The Ultimate Philippine Getaway is part of an ongoing joint commitment between Cebu and the Philippine Department of Tourism
The Philippines are widely recognised for their world-renowned, far flung, award winning beaches, however did you know that
Tourism Philippines is proud to welcome Philippines’ most renowned chefs to Sydney as part of the 10th Annual Flavours of the Philippines Food Festival.
The Philippine Department of Tourism has unveiled a series of initiatives to position the country as one of the world’s preferred destinations for Muslim tourists.
The Philippines has recorded a growth of 40.54 per cent in visitor arrivals from India in October 2015, a remarkable surge over the previous year.
India has jumped to twelfth position for tourist arrivals in the Philippines till September this year, with over 22.4% more Indians choosing the country.
With over 7,000 stunning islands, many World Heritage listed sites, and the friendliest people in Asia, we are seeing the popularity of travel to the Philippines increase dramatically
#helloworldRELAY showcases magic moments all over the globe from sunrise to sunset to celebrate World Tourism Day
Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney has joined forces with the Philippine Department of Tourism and Philippine Airlines to bring back the popular Philippine Food Week.
The Department of Tourism - Davao Regional Office (DOT-XI) launches The Big Davao Fun Sale, bringing together seven of Davao City’s biggest shopping centers in what is touted as the country’s first c...
Business is as usual in the Philippines after the Super Typhoon Yoland hit parts of the country early this month.
RSVP by Thursday, 21 November 2013.
This past week has been and still remains such trying times for the people of my country who were so badly affected by typhoon Yolanda (Haiyan).
Cafe Mix at Sydney’s Shangri-La Hotel will be home to a festival of Filipino food as part of The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Month in October.