Didn’y know about this, (stupid me) I’ll try to visit next time I’m home!

The latest come-on among international tourists is bird watching.

The first volume of the book “Bird Watching in the Philippines,” prepared by the DOT and the Wild Bird Club of the Philippines, has been promoting St. Paul National Park and Rasa Island in Palawan, Mt. Palay-Palay in Cavite, the coastal lagoon in Parañaque City, Subic Bay in Zambales, Balanga wetlands in Bataan, Candaba in Pampanga, Hundred Islands and Bani wetlands in Pangasinan, Olango Island and Alcoy in Cebu and the Philippine Eagle Center in Davao City.

RP tourism up 1.5% – INQUIRER.net, Philippine News for Filipinos.