The Philippines is a country made up of more than 7,100 islands. It is a tropical country whose coastline is longer than that of the United States. It has fine-sand beaches and a warm people that observes a lot of festivities as part of their traditions. What is the best time to visit the Philippines?
Of course during Summer (The Philippines has many world class beach resorts)
the best time to visit the Philippines is during the dry season; that would be from the month of January to June. because that the time wherein no tropical storms are visiting the country.
i remember when i was in school i did a report on how the people from there celebrate their version of christmas. they make decorative stars. the whole celebration is very beautiful and creative. that's the best time to go.
by SAQIB 20 months ago
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by shakeelz 9 years ago
The best country in the world should have good governence, good law and order conditions and independent judiciary.
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