MANILA, Philippines, Oct. 5, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The Philippines Department of Tourism celebrates the history and culture of the country by developing new circuits among its regions.
With the country’s rich heritage and culture, sites of interest abound all over the country.
The whole street of Calle Crisologo is another UNESCO World Heritage Site in the North, with its old-world charm of cobblestone streets and heritage structures transporting tourists back in time.
Niño Church in Malitbog; and the St. John the Baptist Church in San Juan, all in Southern Leyte.
The Santo Niño Shrine and Heritage Museum which was built by the late President Marcos in his wife Imelda’s hometown in Tacloban is a repository of her priceless art collections and religious relics.