8 Spectacular Places in the Philippines That Will Give You Foreign Feels

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Sure, travelling around the world is one of the greatest dreams of every Filipino. But most of the time, our budget doesn’t seem to cooperate. But hey, who says you need to leave the country and spend a lot of money just to be in the stunning places of the world? Take a look at these foreign destinations in the Philippines that will make you feel like you have been jet setting around the world!

Fortune Island in Batangas

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Greece? Nah. It’s the Grecian architecture of Parthenon-inspired pillars and sculptures of ancient gods and mythical creatures in Fortune Island, Batangas!

Venice Piazza Grand Canal in Taguig

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Ciao! Experience a gondola ride with the scenic canal with iconic gondolas at the Venice Piazza Grand Canal at McKinley Hill, Taguig.

Huma Island in Palawan

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Why spend a lot of money to fly to the Maldives when you can have a luxurious getaway at a Maldivian-inspired island resort in Palawan?

Sirao Flower Farm in Cebu

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Amsterdam? No. It’s Sirao Flower in Cebu!

Taking selfies with these red and yellow flame-like flower heads will surely make your IG followers go cray. The Sirao Flower Farm, a.k.a. the little Amsterdam of Cebu truly deserves to be in our bucket list.

Vigan, Ilocos Sur

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Spain? No. It’s the Heritage Village of Vigan!

Did we travel back in time? Nope. This is the Heritage Village of Vigan in Ilocos Sure that’ll give you Spanish Era feels.

Ilocos Norte’s Bangui Wind Farm

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Netherlands? No. It’s Bangui Windmill Farm in Ilocos Norte!

Never been to the Netherlands? Fret not. These modern windmills found in Ilocos Norte are enough to make you feel like you’re in the “lower countries”!

Calauit, Coron Palawan

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Want a little bit of Africa? Visit this wildlife sanctuary situated in Calauit Island, a 3,700 hectare island in the Calamian Islands that houses African animals.

Candijay, Bohol

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And how can you not visit the spectacular Cadapdapan Rice Terraces in Barangay Candijay in Bohol that will surely remind you of Sapa Valley in Vietnam?

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