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Philippines Department of Tourism (DOT)

This section of TravelDailyNews Asia-Pacific highlights the Department of Tourism (DOT) of the Philippines‘ efforts in promoting and regulating the country’s tourism industry. Established in 1973, the DOT aims to boost socio-economic growth through tourism, creating jobs and generating foreign exchange. Here, readers can find updates on DOT’s latest initiatives, policies, and projects designed to elevate the Philippines as a premier travel destination and spread tourism’s benefits nationwide.

Philippine DOT Secretary highlights gastronomy's role in tourism growth and cultural exchange at World Tourism Industry Conference.

Philippines Department of Tourism introduces groundbreaking projects, including first Tourist First Aid Facilities and additional hyperbaric chambers.

Samar and the Philippine Tourism Department introduce three tourism circuits, enhancing cultural, natural, and gastronomic exploration.

The Philippine Department of Tourism inaugurates a new Tourist Rest Area in Roxas, Palawan, enhancing travel infrastructure and local economic

President Marcos Jr. celebrates the Tourism Champions Challenge's success, which has significantly engaged local governments in enhancing national tourism.

Nominated for leading beach, dive, and island destinations, the Philippines aims to showcase its tourism gems at the WTA 2024.

Luneta's Noli Me Tangere Garden now hosts 'Philippine Eatsperience', a food park celebrating Filipino culinary diversity and culture.

Philippines aims to boost tourism from Austria, citing an 89% recovery rate in visitor arrivals and discussing a Memorandum of

Philippines' tourism shines at ITB Berlin, boasting over 1.2 million international visitors.The post The Philippines records 1.2M international tourists in

H.E. Christina Garcia Frasco, Tourism Secretary of the Philippines, highlights the importance of gender equality in tourism at the PATA

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