The Philippine archipelago consists of 7,107 islands with a total land area of 300,000 square kilometres (about the size of Italy). The largest of these islands is Luzon where the capital city of Manila is located. The next largest island is Mindanao. The Philippines is around 800 kilometres from the Asian mainland and is located between Taiwan and Borneo.

The Philippine islands are divided into three groups – Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao. Each group has a destination that is worth visiting. The islands are volcanic in origin and mountainous with numerous rivers, streams, narrow coastal plans and beautiful sandy beaches. Blessed with an extensive coastline (36,289 kilometres), the Philippines is ringed with unspoiled beaches and first-class resort facilities. Its deep-blue, crystal-clear waters offer about 40,000 square kilometres of coral reefs, teeming with a wide variety of marine life. It boasts some of the best beaches and scuba diving waters in the world, and supported by tempting golf courses.

Take a peek at Filipinos’ history and culture mirrored by century-old churches, ancient forts and modern museums. See the best of nature in our white-sand beaches and three-layered virgin forests.

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