Bill seeks to rename Manila’s NAIA

MANILA’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport could be renamed “Paliparang Pandaigdig ng Pilipinas” through a new bill filed in the Philippine House of Representatives. Authored by Deputy Speaker Paolo Duterte, Marinduque Representative Lord Allan Jay Velasco, and ACT-CIS Representative Eric Go Ya, House Bill No. 7031 proposes a change to the airport’s name. “NAIA is the… The post Bill seeks to rename Manila’s NAIA appeared first on Asian Journal...

King of the road: Coronavirus sidelines iconic Philippines’ jeeps, drivers

The Philippines’ iconic passenger jeepney was one of the first casualties of the country’s coronavirus outbreak, with the government imposing a tight lockdown that sidelined Manila’s “king of the road” and its thousands of poor drivers.Want to know more on King of the road: Coronavirus sidelines iconic Philippines' jeeps, drivers click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from Hindustan Times Travel News.Author:

LAX introduces thermal screening to check passengers for coronavirus symptoms 

TRAVELERS at Los Angeles International Airport will be asked to undergo another screening before getting to the security checkpoint to help slow the spread of coronavirus. Starting on Tuesday, June 23, thermal cameras will be deployed at two locations inside the Tom Bradley International Terminal –– at the main entrance on the departures level and… The post LAX introduces thermal screening to check passengers for coronavirus symptoms  appeared...

Save a prayer at Sigiriya rock, Sri Lanka

Story & photos by Marky Ramone Go Despite missing out on Duran Duran’s peak of popularity, their music videos still left a valuable mark in my consciousness. One of it was their song “Save a Prayer,” shot on location in Sri Lanka, it features intoxicating scenes of temples, golden beaches and ancient ruins. One particular […]Want to know more on Save a prayer at Sigiriya rock, Sri Lanka...

Fil-Am chefs from LA to Seattle raise funds to help BLM, social justice causes

With the third straight week of protests ongoing in the United States, Filipino American chefs along the West Coast are contributing to the Black Lives Matter movement by donating proceeds to various community organizations. Juneteenth Red Punch Los Angeles-based Artisanal ice cream shop Wanderlust Creamery has a new seasonal flavor called “Juneteenth Red Punch” sorbet… The post Fil-Am chefs from LA to Seattle raise funds to help BLM,...

PH Tour stakeholders tell balikbayans: Postpone trips to the homeland for now

Many Filipinos in the United States are looking at the possibility of traveling back to the Philippines even while the world is going through a pandemic. However, the Tour sector stakeholders are asking them not to travel back in the next three to four months, if possible. “I wouldn’t really recommend it for now, nakita… The post PH Tour stakeholders tell balikbayans: Postpone trips to the homeland for...

PH Tour industry gears up for recovery

TRAVEL and Tour are among the economic sectors badly hit by COVID-19 and as the rest of the world prepares to reopen and countries are working hard to get their respective economies back on track, all eyes are focused on how recovery can be done. In the Philippines, industry officials are confident that the country… The post PH Tour industry gears up for recovery appeared first on Asian...

10 Best Offbeat Places In North India Which Will Definitely Leave You Surprised!

In case you are tired of visiting those cliché, similar destinations that are over-commercialized and provide nothing but the same experience, then you should look out for some offbeat places in North India that are yet unexplored and would provide you a unique experience every time. You could explore your secret gem and experience the nature in its raw form. Seldom can you find these places on a...
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