July 13, 2018

Palawan, Cebu Among World’s Best Islands

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  • In the Philippines, we have 7,641 islands blessed with the gleaming beauty of the seas, and fascinating mountain peaks ready to captivate anyone’s heart any time of the year.

    The island of Cebu and Palawan in the Visayas are equally enchanting places that recently made it to Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best Islands in 2018.

    The island of Cebu is in rank 8, while Palawan is in rank 6, topping Waiheke in New Zealand, Maldives, Lombok, Bali, and Java in Indonesia respectively.

    The island of Cebu is known for having various resorts that offer the best diving experience in the Philippines, Cebu prides itself on having butandings or whale sharks roaming in the seas of Oslob. (READ: Swim with the whale sharks in Oslob, Cebu)

    To see more of Philippine Primer’s write-up on Cebu, click here.

                                                                                                         IMAGE Andrey Samsonov via flickr

    Meanwhile, Palawan, the largest province in the country, is known for caves and wreck diving. El Nido, Coron, and Puerto Princesa are few of the tourists’ favorite spot. (READ: An enchanting paradise: Coron, Palawan)

    To see more of Philippine Primer’s write-up on Palawan, click here.

    Annually, Travel + Leisure magazine in partnership with Marketing and Research Resources, Inc., gather tourists’ review on the sites they have seen around the world to weigh in the islands that should be included in their list.


    Source: travelandleisure.com

               
               
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