Monthly Archives: June 2011

Davao East Coast

Lola with a hat, she found the aircon cold. hehe My lola has been staying at mama’s house since February. But sometime in April, she said that shewanted to go home to Davao Oriental. We told her that she should … Continue reading

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Real Estate Laws in the Philippines

I’m often asked if foreigners are allowed to buy land in the Philippines. I always tell them, no. Except  if  a) he/she has a business in the Philippines and he/she will form a corporation which is 60% owned by Filipino citizen/s and 40% owned … Continue reading

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Malaysia’s Tourist Destinations (Part III)

  This is the last of the 3-part series I wrote about our trip to Malaysia. Genting Highlands is about an hour away from Kuala Lumpur. When you’re in Davao City, that’s like going to Buda. Where the temperature is a … Continue reading

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Malaysia’s Tourist Destinations (Part 2)

One of the most amazing experiences I had in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia was a visit to the Hindu shrines located in Batu Cave. The cave formed by a limestone is 400 million years old but was only discovered in the … Continue reading

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Malaysia’s Tourist Destinations (Part 1)

Part of the travel incentive I got was a trip to Malaysia. It was a beautiful ride by bus for about 6 hours coming from Singapore. In the Philippines, that’s like travelling from Davao City to Cagayan De Oro City. … Continue reading

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Malacca, Malaysia..

Malacca, formerly known as Melaka, was the trading capital of Malaysia in the 1500’s. It was ruled by Portuguese and it’s evident on the structures that’s been preserved by the government. Upon entering this City, it felt like I entered … Continue reading

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