In 2016 Ilocos Norte, touted as 'the undisputed wind energy capital of the Philippines
,' was the first province in the Philippines to ban coal use and production when its provincial government passed Resolution 017-2016.
La Trinidad town has been known as "the salad bowl of the Philippines", "rose garden of the Philippines" and "strawberry capital of the Philippines
As part of its continuing expansion in the 'King City of the South,' four-star carrier Philippine Airlines will launch maiden flights between Davao City and Siargao Island, the 'International Surfing Capital of the Philippines
Agriculture Secretary Emmanuel Piaol said local officials, farmers, dairy and livestock stakeholders from Ubay in Bohol unanimously approved and accepted the plan to turn Bohol into the dairy capital of the Philippines
after the public consultation over the weekend.
Philippines 2012 Giant Lantern Festival via CC/Ramon Velasquez The Giant Lantern Festival is held every year on the Saturday before Christmas Eve in San Fernando, what's known as the "Christmas capital of the Philippines
Guests flying between Muscat and Manila, the capital of the Philippines
, can take advantage of an increased allowance of 50kg for two bags.
Romblon, the Marble Capital of the Philippines
, will prove to be a promising tourist destination, as it hosts the 3rd Mimaropa Festival in Odiongan town on November 18-25.
The latest addition to the company's growing portfolio is the Best Western Bendix Hotel, located in the city of San Fernando, Pampanga - the culinary capital of the Philippines
A further 54 were injured in Thursday's attack in Manila, capital of the Philippines
KUALA LUMPUR, June 2 (KUNA) -- Some 34 people were killed and 54 others were injured in attack on a casino and hotel complex in the capital of the Philippines
, Manila, said security sources Friday.
Quezon City jail in Manila, the capital of the Philippines
, was designed to hold 800 inmates when it was built six decades ago.
6 NAME the pop star who has made surprise visits to two shelters for orphans and street children in Manila, the capital of the Philippines