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Balicasag

This is a small sand-fringed island off the southwest coast of Bohol, off the coast of Panglao. One of the best spots in the Philippines to dive with turtles is this bio-diverse marine reserve. The island is encircled by a plateau that rises to a height of 5 to 18 meters before descending to considerably deeper levels.

Black Forest

The site is named after the black corals that can be found at deeper parts of an reef. It's often experienced as a drift dive, initially over sandy ground with numerous coral heads visible above it! Around this area are Anthias damsels ,Anemonefish Scorpion fishand turtles- all potential victims for your underwater photography session .

Diver's Heaven

This deep dive into the ocean will take you on a journey through lush underwater forests filled with interesting creatures. You may spot large gorgonians and sponges or vibrant coral reefs, all thriving in their own way thanks to Mother Nature's perfect plan!

Cabilao

Cabilao Island is an underwater wonderland where divers can find some of the best diving in Philippines. It features colorful coral and sea creatures like hammerheads that prefer to stay deep off shore, but there are also schools for snorkelers near its northeastern tip if you want a closer look at these fascinating ocean dwellers up close!
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Famous Food In Philippines

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Balut

There are a lot of bizarre street foods out there, but this is probably one of the weirdest. An embryo of a duck is boiled, scooped into the shell and served. in many cases it is sprinkled with salt and diluted with vinegar , some believe it strengthens the knees

Kinilaw

Ceviche is a Filipino dish that is made from raw fish marinated in vinegar with calamansi juice salt, pepper and chilies. kinilaw literally means "eaten raw" and is a healthy choice that makes a great appetizer or light lunch

Sinigang

Filipino sour meat stew known as sinigang often uses tamarind (Sampaloc) as a souring agent along with vegetables like okra, water spinach(kangkong), radish, onions , and eggplant, and radish.

Adobo

This is the most well-known dish in the Philippines, having been named the country's national dish. Braised chicken or pork is seasoned with garlic, black pepper, and bay leaves after braising in vinegar and soy sauce. To make a pungent, umami dish, the beef is stewed or marinated before being pan-fried.

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Must-Try Food In Philippines

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Tocino

Bacon is known as tocino in the Philippines. It's pig belly that's been cured in sugar, salt, and a variety of other spices before being fried — delicious! It's part of a traditional Filipino breakfast known as tosilog. Tocino, sinangag , and pritong itlog are the three components that make up the name .

Kinilaw

ceviche is a Filipino dish that is made from raw fish marinated in vinegar with calamansi juice salt, pepper and chilies. kinilaw literally means "eaten raw" and is a healthy choice that makes a great appetizer or light lunch

Sinigang

Filipino sour meat stew known as sinigang often uses tamarind (Sampaloc) as a souring agent along with vegetables like okra, water spinach(kangkong), radish, onions , and eggplant, and radish.

Kare-Kare

A thick stew cooked with oxtail, vegetables, and a peanut sauce is known as kare-kare. It reminded us of Thai massaman curry, which is understandable given that 'kare' is derived from the Filipino term for curry. The best kare-kare is said to come from Pampanga, just north of Manila
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