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Disney Magic afloat in Europe

A cruise aboard Disney is a whimsical and spectacular experience. You will never forget your Disney vacation—the way it felt like walking down Main Street, USA, watching spectacular fireworks light up the night sky and stepping into new worlds as your favorite stories come to life. There are many words …

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LIST: Long weekend getaways

MANILA, Philippines — The rainy day season might be here, but it is never too late to savor the upcoming long weekend breaks ahead like it’s summer. Rain or shine, enjoy a day or more with friends or family. Here are some road trip ideas from north to south of …

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Enamored with ephesus

MANILA, Philippines — After the hot air balloons of Cappadocia and the mighty Bosphorus in Istanbul, you wonder if Turkey has exhausted its wonders. Far from it! The trade focus of the ancient world and the erstwhile religious nucleus of early Christianity, Ephesus, located just three kilometers from the town …

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Nayon Clark Park set to open in Oct.

CLARK FREEPORT, Philippines — The Nayon Pilipino Foundation (NPF) is set to re-launch on Oct. 28 one of the country’s popular theme parks here, to be called Nayon Clark Park (NCP). NPF executive director Michelle Aguilar-Ong said NCP will be the home of Filipino diversity, a venue of expression for …

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Duty Free supermarket opens at NAIA-3

MANILA, Philippines — Duty Free Philippines (DFP) has opened its first supermarket inside an airport located at the DFP Arrival Mall, South Arrival Lobby, Ninoy Aquino International Airport (NAIA) Terminal 3, making traveling and shopping much easier. The over 800-square meter supermarket boasts a complete section of grocery items such …

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Tourism official: Hong Kong still safe for travelers

MANILA, Philippines — Planning a trip to Hong Kong but scared of the protests? In an exclusive interview with Philstar.com prior to the screening of the Star Cinema movie “Hello, Love, Goodbye” last Wednesday, Raymond Chan, Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) Regional Director for Southeast Asia, assured Filipino travelers that …

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Brussels in 48 hours

Coffee, women in coffee, development work. These were going through my mind as I touched down at Brussels airport. I arrived at night and looked forward to the two-day conference at Tours and Taxi; yes the name of the venue is quite odd. MANILA, Philippines — On the first day …

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