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Philippines Department of Tourism

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.

Sinulog sa Sugbo, the Philippines' largest festival, offers a unique cultural immersion, showcasing Cebu's vibrant traditions and tourism success.

Philippines' DOT sees extended weekends in 2024 as key to boosting domestic tourism and economic growth.

Philippines celebrates a record-breaking year with 5 million international visitors and PHP480 billion in tourism receipts in 2023.

In 2023, Philippine tourism reached a milestone with over 5 million international visitors and PHP 439.50 billion in revenue. This

Hotel101 Group highlights global expansion at international tourism expos, enhancing its presence in key markets worldwide.

The Philippines' Clark International Airport earns the Prix Versailles, showcasing the country's commitment to beautiful, functional infrastructure in tourism.

DOT and Japan's MLITT ink a tourism cooperation agreement to bolster travel, expand mutual tourism development, and enhance industry education

PATA, in collaboration with Visa, successfully concluded finance and digital skills workshops tailored for tourism SMEs in Southeast Asia. The

Two months ahead of schedule, the Philippines Department of Tourism surpasses its target, training 100,407 tourism workers in Service Excellence.

The Philippines captures the title of Asia’s Best Cruise Destination 2023 at the World Cruise Awards, signaling a monumental step

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