EnjoyPhilippines.com features articles and photos of the top tourist spots in the Philippines, the best travel destination in Asia for adventure, relaxation, sightseeing and leisure. As they say, it is more fun in the Philippines.

 

Pangaea, Chaos night clubs Manila

0
Your rating: None
Macau-based casino giant Melco Crown Entertainment Ltd. will bring in global entertainment brands to its planned integrated resort complex in the Philippines. The company recently added internationally acclaimed nightclub brands of The Ault Group to its growing list of world-renowned partners.
 

Microtel UP Technohub

0
Your rating: None
Microtel announced that its 13th and latest hotel property, Microtel by Wyndham UP Technohub, will have its grand opening in October 2014.
 
Microtel by Wyndham UP Technohub is located at the booming IT and commercial development of UP-Ayala Land Technohub along Commonwealth Avenue in Quezon City. The hotel features 120 clean and secure guest rooms, a function hall, meeting rooms, roof deck with swimming pool, garden quadrangle, and the third Millie’s restaurant in the country.

Meranti Hotel Quezon City

0
Your rating: None
Max’s Group Inc. expects to open its first hotel venture by 2015, on a property adjacent to the company’s “heritage store” in Quezon City.
 

Cebu Pacific to fly to New Zealand

0
Your rating: None
Cebu Pacific has been designated as an official Philippine carrier to New Zealand, Myanmar and Canada.
The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) said the decision was made at its recent board meeting, which also granted Cebu Pacific additional entitlements for five international routes from Manila to Singapore, Myanmar, New Zealand and Macau; and from Cebu to Hong Kong.
 

Cebu Pacific flights to Dammam and Riyadh

0
Your rating: None
Cebu Pacific Air (CEB) will soon launch flights to Dammam and Riyadh, according to the Centre for Pacific Aviation (CAPA).
 
The plan is part of the carrier’s further expansion of its long-haul network from one to six destinations over the next six months in addition to the announced new routes of Sydney and Kuwait.
 

Cebu Pacific flights to Canada

0
Your rating: None
The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) has approved the request of Philippine Airlines (PAL) to add flights to Canada, according to a report by InterAksyon.com.  Mr. Wyrlou Samodio, CAB legal division head, said its board approved the application of PAL for an additional 7 weekly flights to Canada.  At present, PAL flies to and from Canada 7 times a week.
 
The CAB board also approved the request of Cebu Pacific Air (CEB) to be designated as official Philippine carrier to Canada.
 

Seda Hotel Bacolod

0
Your rating: None
Seda Hotel chain of the Ayala Group is considering expanding its network to Bacolod City upon the completion next year of Seda Atria in Iloilo, its first property in the Visayas.
 
“We are studying the viability of opening a hotel here because we believe Bacolod City is a potential location for our Seda hotels,” said Mr. Andrea Mastellone, Seda group general manager. “We would love to have a Seda flag in Bacolod. We are working on it and hopefully one day we will.” 
 
 

Friday's Puerto Galera Hotel

0
Your rating: None
Boulevard Holdings Inc. (BHI) will revive construction of a resort in popular tourism destination Puerto Galera by February 2015.
 
The construction of Friday's Puerto Galera Hotel was delayed because of Typhoon 'Yolanda', which struck the country late last year. 
 
The resort is 65 percent complete, but the company will require PhP150 million more to complete it. This would be on top of the PhP235 million in cash that BHI already poured into the project.

Dumaguete retirement city

0
Your rating: None
Dumaguete, the capital of Negros Oriental province in Central Visayas, is among the best places to retire around the world, according to a report by ABS-CBN, quoting the 2014 Retire Overseas Index released by the Overseas Retirement Letter.
 
The study shows that Dumaguete was chosen due to its cheap cost of living, coming in second only to Nha Trang, Vietnam.
 

Army & Navy Club Hotel

0
Your rating: None
After standing at the corner of Roxas Boulevard and Kalaw Street for 103 years, the historic Manila Army & Navy Club in the City of Manila has begun to be “reinvented” to meet the needs of modern times.
 
Workmen started tearing down parts of the Army & Navy Club on 3rd September 2014 with the permission of the National Historical Commission of the Philippines as part of plans to redevelop it into a boutique hotel.