Monday, April 9, 2012

Villa Raphael Resort, Zambales

     Summer is exciting and enjoy. Most people are planning to have a vacation especially going to beaches and resorts. They are searching for the best place and affordable for their budget.

Villa Raphael Resort

     Villa Raphael Resort was a good and relaxing place. It is located in Barangay San Juan, Palauig, Zambales. A 4-5 hours from Manila.

Sunset view

     It is a perfect resort for family vacation, birthday, wedding and other occasions. It is also a gateway to Magalawa Island, a white beach island near in the resort.

How to get there:
     Take any bus from Manila (Cubao) going to Sta. Cruz or Iba, Zambales. If the destination of the bus is to Sta. Cruz, drop off to Palauig, then ride a tricycle going to Villa Raphael Resort. If the bus is going to Iba, ride a jeep from there going to Palauig.

For any inquiries, visit their website
or contact Tita Fely, +639203861746

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Hongkong Tourist Destinations

       Hong Kong, commonly known as the “fragrant harbor”, is a self- governing territory of China. It is a place where the east and the west are said to meet. Despite being modern and well on the high roads of technological advancements, fashion, and business, Hong Kong still has not shied away from its roots-- the very roots that have helped it become what it is today.

Hong Kong Travel Guide

Hong Kong Planner

Hong Kong Disney Land

Hong Kong Top Tourist Destinations

Disney Land
      Hong Kong Disney Land is the fifth Disney theme park in the world. It is located in Penny's Bay on Lantau Island. Built with Chinese customs and culture in mind, Disneyland in Hong Kong is a rich mix of the flair of the orient with the traditional outlay of the Disney parks you've come to know and love. If you are traveling to China with your family, or even if you are just a kid at heart, a sidetrip to the Disneyland in Hong Kong will be well worth your time.

Victoria Harbor
      The victoria Harbor is Hong Kong’s must see place. It is the best place to see the famous Hong Kong skyline. When night falls and everything is lit up, the place will take your breath away. The cityscape changes with the passing of time and every visit is a different scape. The Victoria harbor light show holds the Guinness World Record for being ‘The world’s largest permanent light and sound show’. The Avenue of Stars, the Cultural Center and the Symphony of Lights dinner cruise is the best places to witness the awesome light spectacule.

Victoria Peak
      Victoria Peak is the place to go if you want to see Hong Kong in its entirety. The best day to go to Victoria Peak is on a clear and cloudless day som that you will have an unimpeded view of the city. However, there are two things that sometimes prevent you from doing this. The first is the endless long line of tourists wanting to get to the peak. The second is the smog that envelops the city especialy on cloudy day. Several spots on Victoria Peak heaven to photographers because of their unique vantage point. The shopping center at the peak is also a place worth visiting too. The funicular tram ride down Victoria Peak is also a feature activity that is worth all the hassles in going up.

Avenue of Stars
      Hong Kong’s Avenue of Stars is to Hollywood’s Walk of Fame. The Avenue of Stars is dedicated to all those who contributed to the Chinese movie industry. It even features a huge bronze statue of Bruce Lee. The Avenue of Stars is also a great vantage point to see and appreciate the Symphony of Lights. A fireworks show is also featured here during special occasions.

Wong Tai sin Temple
      The Wong tai Sin Temple is built in honor of Wong Chuping who is one of the greatest taoist believed to have attained enlightenment. The temple is believed to hold a very strong aura for the most accurate fortune-telling. The temple itself is a sight to behold and is a photographer’s delight.

Ocean Park
      Hong Kong’s Ocean Park is one of its most visited place, especially families. There are many things at the Ocean Park and all of them spells fun for all. The Shark Aquarium is where you can stare at your worst fear in the eye yet be secured in knowing that it can do you no harm. The aquarium boasts many shark species in its tank. The Ocean Theater is a real treat to watch while the Abyss Turbo Drop with its 185 feet vertical drop offers a great view of the entire park.

Golden Bauhinia Square
      The flag raising ceremony every second Sunday of each month is a must-see at the Golden Bauhinia Square. A little lesson in history can be gained when visiting the square.

Hong Kong Wetland Park
      Opening from 10:00 am to 5:00pm, the Hong Kong Wetland Park offers a nature refuge from the hussle and bustle of the city. The park features bird-watching beacsue the park is a natural bird sanctuary along with a lush vegetation that can surely give a very relaxing get-away.

Madame Tussauds
      Madame Tussauds boasts a collection of wax statues of famous people around the world. The entrance fee is very worth the visit andvisitors will have a blast taking pictures beside famous world celebrities.

Po Lin Monastery
      Po Lin Monastery houses the Tian Tan Buddha which is the largest sitting buddha statue that is made of bronze. You can reach the monastery by riding in the tram or cable car plus a little hike. The weekends can be crowded, so it’s better to visit on a weekday so that you get to enjoy and appreciate the place more.