7 Things Every Foreigner Should Know When Visiting Philippines

Traveling and exploring different countries are extremely fun, but you should consider some of the essential reminders when planning to travel especially in the Philippines.

Here below is the Philippines tourism guide, we have prepared for you to keep your travel an absolutely hassle-free!

Bring Plan Out Where You Would Like To Stay In The Philippines

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Research about the location. Map out the nearest bus station and landmarks so that you will be guided with what public transport you can use to explore more, there are also hotels where you can stay for as long as you love the hospitality in the Philippines and its culture.

Bring Your Powerbank/s And Make Sure That Your Phones And Cameras Are Fully Charged

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It is always better to be ready, you may not know when you’re battery gets drained so make sure to bring fully charged power bank with you, and of course your camera because for sure you will take a lot of photos.

Check The Weather Forecast

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Travelers should also research about the weather for you to know what to pack. In the Philippines, it has two seasons. During summer, needless to say, you should bring light and thin clothes with you, slippers, sunglasses, and a hat. During rainy days, you should use wind-breaker clothes to keep you warm. Anyway, in case of emergency, you can buy an umbrella or a raincoat almost everywhere.

Always Make Sure You Have Cash With You

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There are many streets rich with restaurants in the Philippines that is worth your dime, where credit cards are not accepted though, if you are planning to use the public transport such as jeepneys and tricycles, always make sure you have smaller bills and coins with you.

Follow The Rules

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If you are visiting Churches and Religious Heritages in the Philippines, don’t forget to wear proper attire with respect to certain places. Some dress for example should be just enough to cover your knees and shoulders. Remember? Churches are solemn places.

Language Barriers No More

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Here in the Philippines, everyone can speak basic English, you will never get lost, Filipinos are good in conversing in English and always willing to help anyone!

And of course, don’t forget your money and your passport with you. Enjoy and have an amazing tour around the beautiful Philippines.

Enjoy and have an amazing tour around the beautiful Philippines

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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