Chinese Culture
Although modernity quickly took over China, the distinct Chinese culture, Great Wall, abandoned villages, Buddhist grottoes, and mountains dotted with temples have been well preserved. These are just some of the things about China that keep the tourists coming in, but what makes this country fascinating is the intriguing Chinese culture. China is inhabited by the world’s oldest continuous...
Southeast Asia Culture
Southeast Asia culture and customs are heavily influenced by Buddhism, the most prominent religion, and by the Chinese and Indian heritage. The people are generally fun-loving, laid-back, and light-hearted. Despite being colonized by Western nations, the core of Southeast Asia culture still prevails in the lives of the locals. Religion and places of worship are given the highest level of...
cash loan
Getting a cash loan in the Philippines could be very good opportunity to start a business, especially which relates to travel. It has become a part of a Millennial's life (and even a non-Millennial's) to visit new places, given that many airlines and tour agencies offer affordable rates today. However, if you're thinking about expanding your travel agency, you...
bohol beach
Mitzi Ilagan | Pinoytrekker.com | Out of the 7,641 (this is the updated count!) islands in the Philippines, you'd probably choose Boracay, Palawan, or Batanes if you'd be given a chance. These are the most famous destinations in the country, for foreign tourists and locals alike. For someone's who's had her first out-of-town and airplane ride to a faraway province,...
Club Balai Isabel Aquapark
Your friendly Pinoytrekker got an invite to Club Balai Isabel Aquapark, one of the most famous resort villages in Talisay, Batangas. Luckily, Pinoytrekker said 'YES!" and got a shot on being one of the first few users of the largest inflatable floating playground in the Philippines. With an area of 5,000 square meters, Club Balai Isabel Aquapark prides itself in...