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Rene “RC” Catacutan

Filipino Citizen-Taxpayer

Popular site destinations/attractions in the Philippines



Geographical location of the Philippines




The Boracay island in the province of Aklan — world famous for its pristine white-sand beaches, calm and clear water and healthy natural reef appealing to snorkelers and divers





 The ancient Banaue Rice Terraces in the province of Ifugao, a 2,000-year-old mountain rice terraces declared by the UNESCO as a “World Heritage Site” and generally considered as the “Eight Wonder of the World”




Manila Bay business and commercial district at night





Image of the Tubbataha natural reef in the island province of Palawan (declared a World Heritage Site by the UNESCO), a haven for divers and marine biologists 




A re-enactment of The Crucifixion during the  observance of the Catholic’s lenten season




The picturesque and active Taal Volcano in the province of Batangas as viewed from Tagaytay City, Cavite





El Nido in the province of Cavite, one of the many beautiful beach resorts dotting the 7,100 islands of the Philippines




The central business and commercial district of Makati City at night




The picturesque and active Mayon Volcano in the province of Albay — famous for its near perfect cone shape





Underground river in the province of Palawan




Rizal National Park (also known as Luneta Park), a sprawling multi theme park in Manila named after the national hero Dr. Jose Rizal





 “Close encounter” with the annual migration of Butanding (whale sharks), the largest living fish species, in the coastal town of Donsol, Sorsogon, from November to May




Image of Ati-atihan, a religious cum mardi gras festival which originated in the province of Aklan and is held annually in January in honor of Santo Niño (Infant Jesus)





Pagsanjan Falls in the province of Laguna where “shooting the rapids” is a popular attraction among local and foreign tourists




Burnham Park, a man-made leisure pond and park in the northern mountain resort City of Baguio





“Chocolate Hills” in the province of Bohol where the Philippine Tarsier, the smallest primate in the world (measuring 4-5 inches), can be found




 Surfing destination in the island of Siargao, Surigao del Norte





Panagbenga Flower Festival in Baguio City which is held annually in February and highlighted by a parade of colorful theme floats bedecked with thousands of cut flowers grown in the area




Images of “World Heritage” island province of Palawan




A gate of the ruins of the Spanish-era Fort Santiago in the “walled city of Intramuros” in Manila




Ocean Adventure Park, Southeast Asia’s only open water marine park, in Subic Freeport Zone, Olongapo City




Image of “Hundred Islands” in the province of Pangasinan, a favorite summer destination among local tourists




Maria Cristina Falls in Iligan City, which is also referred to as the “City of Majestic Falls” because of the presence of more than 20 waterfalls in the city




Image of Christmas in the Philippines — the longest (September to early January the following year) and the most colorful Christmas season in the world