Cebu City

Cebu City is located in the province of Cebu and is ranked second in the Philippines in terms of area after the city of Manila, and is known as the oldest and most valuable city in the Philippines in terms of history and cultural diversity it possesses, and is the Basilica del Sto Church. Catholic Nino is one of the most important landmarks of the city and its construction dates back to the sixteenth century at the hands of the Spaniards, and a small church containing Magellan’s Cross is located near it, and this cross has great fame for being the cross that Ferdinand Magellan used to spread the Christian religion in the Philippines, as the city contains Important shopping malls and other technological centers that provide an opportunity to enjoy the world of technology.

Boracay Beach

Boraki Beach has wide fame in the Philippines and is the first destination for those wishing to enjoy their time and enjoy fun activities, and among the most important activities that can be practiced on the beach are ATVing, skiing, and golf, while sailboats appear crowded in the waters near the beach between June and June and monthly In October and October, the beach also contains large numbers of restaurants, resorts, and hotels, in addition to a single shopping center known as D’Mall.

Rizal Park

Rizal Park is located in the Philippine capital, Manila, to the north side of Roxas Street and next to Intramuros, and it extends over an area of ​​500 meters and a width of 250 meters, and the park contains many restaurants and beautiful gardens that a visitor can enjoy watching the fountains spread in, and also has a huge playground Football and outdoor music theater.

Banaue Rice Terraces

The rice terraces appear to look great and are considered one of the most important cultural treasures in the Philippines, and these terraces take the form of terraces with a height of the highest to about 1499.62 meters, which were carved in the form of stepping stones about two thousand years ago by the people of Ifugao, as these terraces formed from rocks and clay also meet With each other and extending over a large area, however, some areas of these terraces became subject to erosion and degradation, which prompted UNESCO to include it in the red list of archaeological sites.

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