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Made up of about 7,641 islands, the Philippines is full of surprises and wonderful destinations. The country is defined by its world-renowned white sand beaches like Boracay, UNESCO heritage sites including Banaue Rice Terraces and historic landmarks, diverse food scenes, and of course, it's very friendly locals. Indeed, it's is more fun in the Philippines because of the many exciting activities travellers can do.

Popular hotels in Philippines

BEDROOM Hotel 101 Manila
EDSA extension, Mall of Asia Complex, Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1300
Impressive - 8.7 / 10(413)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Go Hotels Manila Airport Road - Quarantine Hotel
608 Quirino Avenue, Barangay Tambo, Aseana City, Parañaque, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1700
Convenient - 8.1 / 10(350)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING La Carmela De Boracay Resort Hotel
Beachfront, Station 2, Balabag, Station 2, Boracay Island, Philippines, 5608
Convenient - 8.0 / 10(1988)
BEDROOM Ong Bun Pension House Iloilo
Ledesma Street, Iloilo City Proper, Iloilo City, Iloilo, Philippines, 5000
Convenient - 8.2 / 10(1749)
LOBBY Manila Manor Hotel
1660 Jorge Bocobo Street, Malate, Malate, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1004
Convenient - 7.2 / 10(901)
LOBBY Hotel Dream World North EDSA
967 EDSA corner West Avenue, Barangay Philam, North Avenue, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1104
Impressive - 8.3 / 10(703)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Go Hotels Ermita - Quarantine Hotel
Mabini Street, Ermita, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1004
Impressive - 8.3 / 10(599)
BEDROOM Lub d Philippines Makati
7820 Makati Avenue, Poblacion, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1200
Impressive - 8.7 / 10(790)
BEDROOM Eurotel Pedro Gil
616 Pedro Gil Street, Ermita, Manila, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1000
Convenient - 8.2 / 10(959)
Julia Vargas corner Bank Drive, Ortigas Center, Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1550
Convenient - 8.2 / 10(893)
LOBBY Nest Nano Suites
5700 Pagulayan Street, Barangay Poblacion, Poblacion, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1210
Impressive - 8.3 / 10(114)
BEDROOM Kabayan Hotel Pasay
2878 Zamora Street corner EDSA Rotonda, Pasay, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1300
Impressive - 8.5 / 10(892)
BEDROOM Victoria Court Escarpment
#! Canley Road, Barangay Oranbo, Bagong Ilog, Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1600
Impressive - 8.4 / 10(203)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Red Planet Manila Amorsolo - For Quarantine Stays
99 Urban Avenue, Barangay Pio Del Pilar, San Lorenzo, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1230
Impressive - 8.6 / 10(419)
BEDROOM Injap Tower Hotel
West Diversion Road, Mandurriao, Mandurriao, Iloilo City, Iloilo, Philippines, 5000
Impressive - 8.6 / 10(536)
BEDROOM The Hotel at Green Sun
2285 Chino Roces Avenue Extension, Magallanes, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1241
Impressive - 8.6 / 10(672)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING Red Planet Manila Makati-  For Quarantine Stays
E. Mercado corner F. Calderon Street, Kalayaan Avenue, Barangay Poblacion, Bel-Air, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1210
Impressive - 8.3 / 10(346)
SWIMMING_POOL Acacia Hotel Manila - Multiple Use
5400 East Asia Drive corner Commerce Avenue, Filinvest Corporate City, Alabang, Alabang, Muntinlupa, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1781
Impressive - 8.7 / 10(193)
EXTERIOR_BUILDING The Mini Suites Eton Tower Makati
128 Dela Rosa Street, Ayala South, San Lorenzo, Makati, Metro Manila, Philippines, 1229
Impressive - 8.4 / 10(634)
BEDROOM DM Residente Hotel
1418 Federico St., Sta. Maria I Balibago, Malabanias, Angeles, Pampanga, Philippines, 2009
Convenient - 7.9 / 10(115)

Guest reviews in Philippines


268827 reviews from hotels in Philippines with aggregated rating of 8.3/10.

Review from various users that have stayed in Philippines will help you to choose the perfext hotel easily!

La Carmela De Boracay Resort Hotel
/ 10
1 Nov 2021
There 's no hot water at the bathroom 😭.
Lemuel A. R. G.
Ong Bun Pension House Iloilo
/ 10
28 Mei 2021
The room is old. No elevator. No bidet.
Masatoshi Otaki
Uncle Tom's Cabin Hotel
/ 10
16 Mac 2020
The hotel has nice, clean and comfy rooms! The breakfast is so delicious. I also love their staff. Very accommodating, welcoming and always wearing a smile.
Paolo A. S. S.
Eurotel Vivaldi Araneta
/ 10
19 Dis 2020
Somehow the stay was good but it could have been better if the food was great! They buffet breakfast before and I understand that due to the pandemic they are unable to do so. We were served a tastless fried chicken with dried garlic, garlic fried rice and an oily fried noodles. They could’ve prepared a better breakfast for us, like fried eggs, tocino, hotdog or they could’ve have asked us what we want. The food was a real disappointment!
Arnold C.
Manila Manor Hotel
/ 10
2 Okt 2021
No stable wifi. The table and furniture have a dirt. And didn't finish the whole stay. I checked out after 4 hours.
Ma Beatriz L. G.
BSA Twin Towers Hotel
/ 10
24 Nov 2020
Unit was clean; personnel were accommodating. No kitchen utensils but these can be requested from the housekeeping.
Angel A.
Kabayan Hotel Pasay
/ 10
9 Mac 2021
We are not allowed to go outside to buy food or to buy from food panda, delivery not allowed because according to the receptionist kabayan hotel is for quarantine facilities but the question is why they are accepting hotel booking from online and accepting our payment if it’s only for quarantine facilities.
Wil O.
Tsai Hotel and Residences
/ 10
27 Feb 2020
staff is good and had a big room. satisfied customer here. will book this hotel again soon
Alona D.
The Exchange Regency Residence Hotel
/ 10
8 Mac 2021
The customer service of the hotel is totally unacceptable. They didn't know how to give a proper customer service. When we book the staycation there is no warning or disclaimer indicating that the hotel is a quarantine hotel for ofw's because that's what the receptionist said. When we arrived there were very existed and tired because I came from work and my daughter cleaned our house (currently under renovation) that's why we wanted a staycation. The customer service didn't even teach us or accommodate us how to refund the paid staycation. She said that there is a disclaimer in the website but we don't see any, if we do, we will not book a staycation in the first place.


Home to some of the top beaches in the world, the Philippines is an archipelagic country that lies in Southeast Asia. This tropical paradise boasts more than 7,000 islands and provides a myriad of entertainment from natural wonders to historical and cultural attractions to unique tourist spots. The country is also well known for having warm and hospitable locals.

Whether you want to swim in the crystal clear waters of Boracay and Palawan, or to try surfing at La Union or Siargao, or enjoy a food trip at Binondo, or go white water rafting at Cagayan de Oro, or simply explore its heritage sites in Manila or Cebu, exploring is more fun in the Philippines.

Fast Facts

Languages: Filipino, English

Currency: Philippine Peso


The nationalities of 157 countries including those from Australia, European Union, and the United Kingdom are allowed to enter the Philippines without a visa and can stay up to 30 days. Meanwhile, those from Brazil and Israel can stay up to 59 days.

List of the countries that can enter the Philippines without a visa can be found here:

However, some nationalities need Visa Upon Arrival (VUA) to enter the Philippines. VUA can be filed by foreigners at the Philippines Bureau of Immigration Head Office. VUA is valid for business travel, international seminars, transit to go to another country, tourism, and some other reasons for a short visit. It is also valid for 30 to 59 days.

How to Get There

There are four main international airports in the Philippines: Ninoy Aquino International Airport (MNL) in Manila, Mactan-Cebu International Airport (CEB) in Cebu, Fransisco Bangay International Airport (DVO) in Davao, and Clark International Airport (CRK) in Angeles City, Pampanga.

Getting Around

Getting around the Philippines using their public transport is very cheap, though not always the best option. Jeepney is the most common mode of transportation throughout the country. In big cities like Manila and Cebu, jeepneys’ route appear on the windshields, but in small cities, you need to ask the drivers first.

There are also trains like the Philippines National Railways (PNR), Manila Metro Rail Transit System (MRT), and Manila Light Rail Transit System (LRT). The first type operates in Luzon, serving two main lines: southrail and northrail. Meanwhile, the MRT and LRT is used in Metro Manila for intercity commute. There are also taxis and buses available. Other alternatives include vans or minibus in some areas.

For barangays and small towns, tricycles are commonly used. Depending on the size, it can accommodate up to five passengers. And if you’re going from one island to another, you’ll have to ride a ferry, a motor boat, or a bangka, which is a small boat with outriggers.

Things to Do in Philippines

With 7,641 islands, there’s something for you to do and to discover in the Philippines. The country is made up of three major islands: Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Luzon is the largest located on the northern Philippines. As the main group of islands, many important sectors are built in Luzon such as the main international airport, business centers and many tourist attractions like Intramuros (Walled City) and Binondo, the world’s oldest Chinatown.

One natural wonder in Luzon is the Banaue Rice Terraces. The rice terraces is a 10,360 square kilometres area carved out by Ifugao people more than 2,000 years ago without any modern equipment. Hiking into the terrace is visitors’ most favorite activity. Bring your picnic basket and find a peaceful picnic spot.

Located between Luzon and Mindanao, Visayas is divided into three parts: Western Visayas, Central Visayas and Eastern Visayas. This group of islands is famous for its beautiful beaches including the renowned Boracay Island. Located 350 kilometres away from Manila, this small island is considered one of the most beautiful islands in the world.

Mindanao, on the other hand, is the second largest group of islands in the Philippines. It is famous for its tropical rain forests. While trekking in the jungle, you can see the endemic animal, Philippines Eagle, known as a monkey predator.

Only in the Philippines will you also discover the Chocolate Hills. Located in Bohol, it is a unique group of hills spanning 50 square kilometres. In the summer, 1,000 green hills change color to brown, that is why this place is called Chocolate Hills. From the top of the hills, you can see beautiful landscapes of nearby cities.

Meanwhile, Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park is the perfect place for diving and snorkeling. In 1993, the tourist attraction was listed as one of the best diving spots in the world by CNN Travel. UNESCO also listed this marine park as one of the world heritage sites. The best time for diving in Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park is between mid March to mid June. At that time, the weather is nice and you can get the maximum underwater visibility.

Where to Stay in Philippines

Whether you are planning to stay in Metro Manila or one of the country’s provinces, you won’t lack for choices. There are many different types of accommodation you can choose from including five-star hotels, budget-friendly lodging houses, inns, guesthouses, hostels and more.

Make sure to book in advance so you can take advantage of great deals and more room options.

Nightlife in Philippines

Get ready to party when you’re in the Philippines. Whether you’re in the metro or even when you’re at the beach, the nightlife in the Philippines is pulsing with life. Some of the best clubs in Asia are found in Manila, the country’s capital. You’ll find swanky rooftop bars with spectacular city skyline views, speakeasy bars, grungy and private clubs as well as lively nightclub featuring international and local DJs.

Philippines Travel Tips

The Philippines imposes a travel tax on every local and foreign tourists who leave the country. Travel tax is paid when you depart from the territory of the Philippines at the counter of the Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA) in international airports.

Taking a taxi? Make sure to use metered taxi or negotiate with the driver prior to riding when exploring. Taxi drivers in Manila and several areas in the Philippines are notorious for setting higher taxi fares to foreign tourists.

Bring enough cash. It is difficult to find money changers and ATM machines in small towns.

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