January 20, 2021

PH hailed as 2nd Most ‘Instagrammable’ Place in the World for 2021

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  • The Philippines was hailed as the second most ‘Instagrammable’ place in the world for 2021 by an international travel website.

    According to a published article on Big 7 Travel’s website, our country is “home to incredible natural wonders like an underground river and tranquil rice terraces in addition to a vibrant culture and history spanning several millennia; and over 7,500 islands – the Philippines as a whole are extremely Instagrammable.”

    “From the bustling capital of Manila complete with colourful colonial streets to the absolute oasis of Boracay, the gram opportunities here are endless,” they added.

    Topping the esteemed list of the most “Instagrammable” places in the world is Tokyo, Japan, with the website noting that ancient shrines, other-worldly art exhibits, and vibrant neon-lit billboards galore are just a few things that make Tokyo a hit on the gram. The rest of the top 10 are Paris, New York City, Istanbul, Dubai, Havana, Sydney, London, and Chicago.

    Meanwhile, the Department of Tourism (DOT) welcomed the inclusion of the country in the list via a Twitter post.

    “DOT celebrates the inclusion of the Philippines in the Most Instagrammable Places in the World list of the renowned travel website Big 7 Travel for the year 2021. Coming at 2nd place, the Philippines bested other places including Paris, France; New York City, USA; Istanbul, Turkey; and Dubai, UAE in the list,” it said.

    Source: Big 7 Travel



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