Good day to you! I heard that you want to visit my country this coming Christmas. Philippines is a wonderful place to visit during Christmas because we have the longest Christmas celebration. This is due to the Filipino society’s strong family values, with Christmas being the time families reunite. It is expected that Filipinos should spend Christmas with their families, often going home to their respective hometowns. Filipinos have a positive attitude towards foreigners they like to approach them, tell them stories, splash some humor, exchange experiences and suggest food or travel destinations. You can really feel their warm welcome. And I’d like to let you know that when it comes to the best destinations you can count on me. Top of my list is Boracay, you can spend your Christmas at the world-famous beach to make it extra special! Boracay is well-known as a top beach destination in the Philippines, but the island isn’t only beautiful in the summer. During the holidays, you can relax on the fine white beach and swim in the clear waters, and have one of the most memorable Christmas festivities in the Philippines. Second is Baguio, despite the fact that it does not snow in the Philippines, you can still feel the chill and dress in your winter clothes even if you are in a tropical country. Most Filipino families travel to Baguio City for their Christmas celebrations in the Philippines. People would drive for more than 6 hours for the cold wind in the air, the big pine trees, and the vibrant night market. Next is Pampanga, this province isn't known as the Philippines' Christmas Capital for nothing. Because when the Christmas season arrives, Pampanga is illuminated by lanterns produced by residents. The Giant Lantern Festival in San Fernando, Pampanga is something to look forward to if you visit the region. Expect a street dance performance and a parade of giant bright lanterns. And my favorite place Siargao, a terrific site to celebrate Christmas in the Philippines because it is home to numerous gorgeous islands, rock pools, and intriguing cuisine spots in addition to being one of the top surfing spots in the world. Lastly, Tagaytay there are restaurants in Tagaytay with fantastic views of the Taal Volcano, but if you’re feeling adventurous and want to see it up close, the hike might take anything from 30 minutes to an hour. Because the occasionally steep terrain might be exhausting, especially for first-timers, those who prefer not to hike can ride. Trekking to Taal Volcano will undoubtedly add excitement and pleasure to your Christmas celebrations in the Philippines. I can’t wait to see you soon and show you how great our place is.