“Either  Playing  Golf, Shopping,Dining, Drinking a Beer and Buying a Cocktail for your love one ,Casino,Dancing,Scuba Diving, Canoeing, Jet-skiing  or Enjoying  Beautiful  White  Sandy Beaches  are  One of Many  Attraction in the Philippines “



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Palawan                                  Palawan  Cave                 Palawan
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Makati  Mall                         Fontana   Clark                   Clark  Pampanga
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Makati                                     Italian                              Restaurant
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Boracay                                   Boracay                           Boracay
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Solaire Resort                       Solaire  Resorts                 Solaire Resorts   ManilaClark Pampanga Philippines2Clark is a sprawling,cosmopolitan metropolis that offers many places of interests and a host of events and activities accessible to a wide spectrum of tourists and visitors.Located in the heart of Philippine’s Central Luzon region, Clark is part of Pampanga province, bounded on the north by Tarlac and Nueva Ecija, Bulacan on the east, on thesouth by Bataan,and on the west by Zambales.20Climate                                                  The Philippines enjoys a predominantly tropical climate marked by comparatively high temperatures. On average, the mean annual temperature is 26.60 C, with January thecoolest month with a mean temperature of 25.50 C, while the warmest month is May with a mean temperature of 28.30 C.The entire archipelago (7,108 islands) has a high relative humidity because of the elevated temperatures and the surrounding seas.

The average monthly relative humidity varies between 71% in March and 85% in September.

The Philippines does not enjoy a uniform distribution of monsoonal rain, as rainfall levels primarily depend on the direction of the moisture-bearing winds and the location of local mountain systems. Thus, mean annual rainfall of the Philippines varies from 965 to 4,064 millimeters annually.The Philippines experiences two predominant seasons: the rainy season, from June to November; and the dry season, from December to Januar