The unassuming municipality of Angono in Rizal province is dubbed as the Art Capital of the Philippines. It houses a variety of museums and art galleries and it is the hometown of 2 Philippine National Artists – Lucio San Pedro and Carlos “Botong” Francisco”.
Nestled in the heart of the Philippines, the laid-back province of Marinduque comes alive every Holy Week during the celebration of the world-famous Moriones Festival. This is when the locals garbed in masks, helmets and costumes akin to the Roman soldiers march the streets and re-enact the suffering of Christ.
Bulusan is an old favorite, well-known for its mighty peak named Bulusan Volcano. This sleepy town in Sorsogon province is flanked by verdant woodlands, soaring mountains, placid lakes and refreshing hot and cold springs.