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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.

Under the approved National Tourism Development Plan (NTDP), medical tourism has also been identified by the DOT as a priority

The Department of Tourism in the Philippines collaborates with key industry stakeholders to bolster medical tourism, targeting aesthetics, aging, and

Tourism Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco assumes role as CORDS for JRTF in Region VII, reinforcing DOT's commitment to national peace

Philippine tourism's robust recovery and outlook under the Marcos administration shared by Tourism Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco. Highlights include international

Discover how the Philippines' Department of Tourism, led by Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco, attributes tourism's impressive ascent to a top

The World Chefs Asian Presidents Forum, which aims to promote camaraderie among chefs in the Asia-Pacific region, included various activities,

Department of Tourism (DOT) Secretary Christina Garcia Frasco unveiled the Marcos Administration’s plans and programs aimed at inclusive tourism development

In 2019, more than the 1.7 million Chinese visitors to the Philippines were recorded by the DOT. As of July

According to Frasco, the President’s pronouncements that prioritized tourism served as an impetus to the DOT’s comprehensive plan to bring

Of the figures, 91.36 percent or 2,740,802 are foreign tourists, while the remaining 8.64 percent or 259,277 are overseas Filipinos.