There’s a uniqueness to the beauty of the Pearl of the Orient that kind of draws in travelers from the different parts of the globe. Attractions, culture, islands, and it’s people. These factors make each escape a memorable one.
That’s why it has [code: PHTH20AMEEAAXKAN - view details here: https://bit.ly/PHTRHunt] attracted even some film industry experts to feature Philippine destinations in various local and international films.
And by now, we know you have a sense of longing to explore and discover this uniqueness and because of that, here’s a list of local Filipino films you can rewatch if you miss going around the country:
Everyday, I Love You
Everyday, I Love You is a romantic comedy film that tells the story of two people who found love while producing and unexpected kind of TV show. It was shot in the City of Smiles. The movie put the spotlight in Bacolod’s well-known landmarks such as The Ruins, Silay International Airport, and the fields of green that you will see when you drive on the main road.
Photo Courtesy of Yoorekka
Don’t Give Up On Us
Meanwhile, this film stars Piolo Pascual and Judy Ann Santos. Which plot stirs around the Pascual helping Santos to find her best friend - but it seems that what they found is something more than that. The movie was taken in the Summer Capital of the Philippines. It featured Bontoc Mountain Province, Baguio City, Sagada, La Trinidad Benguet, and Pangasinan.
Photo Courtesy of Culture Trip
Kailangan Kita tackles a beautiful love story of a probinsyana and a Filipino working in America who coincidentally met in the province of Albay, while the latter is preparing for his wedding. It panned around the beautiful Mayon Volcano including the Sorsogon province.
Photo Courtesy of Philippines Lifestyle News
Mr. and Mrs. Cruz
If you miss wandering or haven’t been around one of the most scenic places in the country, you have to know the story of Mr. and Mrs. Cruz - two people who want to have time for themselves but end up knowing each other. The big-screen hit perfectly captured the amazing El Nido and Puerto Princesa in Palawan. Take a tour for now through this movie.
Photo Courtesy of Remote Lands
I’m Drunk, I Love You
For the past year, La Union has been the buzz when it comes to traveling not farther away from Metro Manila. In fact, all you need to have is your car and a lot of patience to drive for long hours. Just like Carson and Dio, best friends, but never lovers. The movie took place in La Union where the surfing beach can be seen and enjoyed. If you miss the place, you can definitely ease the sadness through this, or not.
Photo Courtesy of Rappler
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