MANILA, Philippines – After Boracay reopened its shores following a 6-month closure, another top tourist destination is up for rehabilitation. In a press briefing on Wednesday, November 14, Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo Puyat described  El Nido, Palawan,  as "overcrowded." Puyat said she noticed there were too many kayaks and boats, which ... (Date:11/14/2018 07:01) Read full article >>

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