7 the most attractive places to visit in the Philippines.

The Philippines is a country of natural wonders and is one of the greatest treasures of Southeast Asia. This is the second largest archipelago in the world, consisting of more than 7,000 tropical islands. The country is relatively undiscovered tourist destination, blessed with stunning landscapes, pristine beaches and coral fringed islands scattered across a vast expanse of the western Pacific.

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1. Boracay

Boracay Island is probably the most visited tourist spot, that keeps attracting visitors each year. The island is mainly known for the “White Beach”, which is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Located on the West Coast, between the villages of Balabag and Angol, the beach is divided into “boat stations.” Station one is a less boisterous side of Boracay, it is a more secluded and tranquil part of the beach. Whereas station two and three are the liveliest parts where everything happens. This is where the beach comes alive and where all the restaurants, bars and nightclubs stay open until dawn.

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2. Palawan

There are three equally popular destinations in Palawan: Coron, El Nido, and Puerto Princessa. They are all known for amazingly picturesque landscapes and majestic stone formations. Coron is famous for numerous dive sites and is known as the wreck diving capital of the country. It is one of the places that suffered a lot during the Typhoon Haiyan. There are 250 million year old limestone cliffs in El Nido that are still standing tall, and more than 50 species of corals, endangered turtles and different marine life.

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Coron, Palawan
places-to-visit-in-the-Philippines-El-nido-Palawan El Nido, Palawan
places-to-visit-in-the-Philippines-El-nido-Palawan-1 El Nido, Palawan
Puerto Princesa, The Subterranean River Puerto Princesa, The Subterranean River
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