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Tourists from virus-free countries may get to visit the Philippines soon

To help the tourism sector recover from the effects of the pandemic, the Department of…

International travel might not be part of the “new normal” for awhile

For people looking to restart their travel plans after the lockdowns are lifted, you might…

The Philippine Harvest goes online, delivers local food products to your doorstep

As a way of promoting local producers despite the quarantine, the Department of Tourism (DOT)…

DOT Smile
Citizens work the hardest to rise up from crisis, DOT’s ‘Smile’ video proves

“Lift your head, baby don’t be scared of the things that could go wrong along…

DOT postpones the Philippine Shopping Festival, keeping everyone and their wallets safe

Have you ever heard of the Great Singapore Sale? It’s the longest-running sale in Singapore,…

DOT road tests Pasig River Cruise, introduces AR app to explore Intramuros’ history

It’s really a good year so far for the historic sites in Manila. Apart from…

New DOT food guide to position Metro Manila as a culinary city

The newly launched Metro Yummy Picks magazine highlights iconic dishes around Metro Manila

Department of Tourism launches SEA Games tourism website

In line with the Philippines’ hosting of the 30th Southeast Asian (SEA) Games, the Department…

3 Fil-Am chefs reflect on their roots on their return to the Philippines for a gastronomic tour

This year has seen a lot of Filipino restaurants making headlines abroad. Filipino cuisine has…

3 Siargao food spots that practice sustainability

It’s easy to see how and why sustainability has seeped into our lives—from commodities like…