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Chinese Tourists To Fuel Global Econ Recovery, Cultural Exchange

After the concerns about the Covid-19 pandemic, China already eased its outbound travel restrictions which were seen to benefit the global economy.

3 Cruise Ships To Bring In Over 1K Tourists In Eastern Visayas In 2023

The Department of Tourism in Eastern Visayas plans to use three cruise ships to transport 1,000 foreign tourists to different islands in the province.

PBBM Orders E-Visa Extension For China, South Korea, Japan, India

According to Malacañang, the president demands to extend the e-visa application for travelers from China, South Korea, Japan, and India to boost the tourism sector nationwide.

Cebu City To Hold Foreign Cultural Festivals To Boost Tourism

The Cebu City government plans to showcase different cultural events from various countries to attract more tourists to the region.

Religious Tourism Lures Visitors, Devotees To Antique

The Antique Provincial Tourism Office warmly welcomes devotees to visit the various images of the Sto. Niño in their province to boost religious tourism.

Leyte Town Seeks Php200 Million Tourism Road To Draw More Visitors

A town in Leyte eyes to build Php200 million worth of roads to easily connect known destinations in the province to attract more tourists.

Bangko Sentral Ng Pilipinas: ‘Revenge Tourism’ Providing Huge Boost To PH Economy

The Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas eyes for economic recovery as Filipinos engage in "revenge tourism."

PBBM Hopes Dinagyang Fest Helps Ilonggos Sustain Gains

With the recent celebration of the Dingyang festival, President Marcos Jr. wishes a more prosperous year to the community in Iloilo.

Department Of Tourism: San Juanico Lighting Project’s Impact Yet To Be Felt

The Department of Tourism plans to conduct more economic activities near the San Juanico bridge following its phenomenal bridge lighting project.

Ticket Sales In Davao Oriental Ecoparks, Museums Reached Php3.8 Million In ‘22

The Davao Provincial Tourism Office recorded more than Php3 million in ticket sales in its museums and parks in 2022, even after being idle due to the pandemic.

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