How can you get to the Philippines?
By means of transportation....either by air or water....i don't know what you should ride if you're going to choose by air or water.....
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The Philippines i /ËfÉªlÉ¨piËnz/ fi -lÉ-peenz (Filipino: Pilipinas [ËpÉªlÉªËpinÉs]), officially known as the Republic of the Philippines (Filipino: Republika ng Pilipinas ), is a sovereign state in Southeast Asia in the western Pacific Ocean. To its north acros…s the Luzon Strait lies Taiwan. West across the South China Sea sits Vietnam. The Sulu Sea to the southwest lies between the country and the island of Borneo, and to the south the Celebes Sea separates it from other islands of Indonesia. It is bounded on the east by the Philippine Sea. Its location on the Pacific Ring of Fire and its tropical climate make the Philippines prone to earthquakes and typhoons but have also endowed the country with natural resources and made it one of the richest areas of biodiversity in the world. An archipelago comprising 7,107 islands, the Philippines is categorized broadly into three main geographical divisions: Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Its capital city is Manila. With a population of more than 92 million people, the Philippines is the 7th most populated Asian country and the 12th most populated country in the world. An additional 12 million Filipinos live overseas. Multiple ethnicities and cultures are found throughout the islands. In prehistoric times, Negritos were some of the archipelago's earliest inhabitants. They were followed by successive waves of Austronesian peoples who brought with them influences from Malay, Hindu, and Islamic societies. Trade introduced Chinese cultural influences which remain to this day. The arrival of Ferdinand Magellan in 1521 marked the beginning of an era of Spanish interest and eventual colonization. In 1543, Spanish explorer Ruy LÃ³pez de Villalobos named the archipelago Las Islas Filipinas in honor of Philip II of Spain. Miguel LÃ³pez de Legazpi arrived in the Philippines in 1565 and consolidated Spanish rule in the islands, which remained a colony of Spain for more than 300 years. ( Full Answer )
In the ancient times, the Philippines is composed of different kingdoms. The local are having their own tradition, culture, beliefs, and rituals. They lived peacefully until the time that the Philippines was discovered by Magellan. Before the arrival of the Portuguese explorer "Magellan" under the f…lagship of Spain, Kingdoms already exists. one of the oldest Kingdom is the Kingdom of Butuan in the Mindanao Island. When the Spaniards invaded the Philippines, They control over everything and exploits all the minerals and resources of the country. Spain erased all the history of the country but were recently found out that before the arrival of Magellan, the country already exist after the Antique Gold Royal Crown and Gold Royal belt of the king in Kingdom of Butuan discovered by the local farmers of Butuan, Philippines. Before the Spaniard founding of the Philippines; the Islands were called "LUZVIMINDA BORNEO" (Luzon, Visayas, Mindanao and Borneo) a full name of a woman which is derived from the 3 biggest island of the country; Luzon , Visayas, Mindanao and the North Borneo or (Sabah). The Luzviminda Borneo is also know as "Pearl of the Orient" or Perlas ng Silangan. The name Philippines is only given as official name of the country by the Governador General to honor his king of Spain Philip and they called Philippians and then into Philippines. During the 18th and 19th century, he first recorded history of the Philippines as allowed by the Spain to be known by the Philippine Nations starts with the arrival of Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. The Spanish colonization officially began in 1565 with the arrival of Miguel LÃ³pez de Legazpi. The Philippines declared independence from Spain in 1898 after a revolution that lasted 2 years. In the same year the Spanish handed over the Philippines to the United States as compensation for the Spanish American War (Treaty of Paris). Partial self-government under U.S. supervision started in 1935, but was stopped by the Japanese attack and occupation of the Philippines in World War II. The Philippines was given full independence in 1946. The 1960s and early 1970s saw the beginning of student activism and civil unrest, prompting President Ferdinand Marcos to declare martial law in 1972. The 1986 EDSA Revolution brought about the demise of Marcos and a return to democracy for the Philippines ( Full Answer )
The Philippines is between 4 degrees 23' and 21 degrees 25' northern latitude and in-between 116 degrees 00' and 127 degrees 00' eastern longitude. the Philippines is in the southwestern part of Southeast Asia. It is located in-between the Equator and the Tropic of Cancer.
The Philippines is not a state in the sense that Nevada is a state of the United States. Sometimes the word "state" means a sovereign and independent nation. In that sense only, the Philippines is a state, because it is an independent nation. Philippines is a sovereign nation. It is not a state and… nor is it a territory of any country. ( Full Answer )
I believe the English language in the Philippines started when the American invaded the Philippines. They have greatly influenced the education and culture of the Philippine natives. Since then, English has been a second language to the country
The Philippines is located in Southeastern Asia, an archipelago between the Philippine Sea and the South China Sea, east of Vietnam. It is located south of Taiwan, north of Malaysia, and separated from Vietnam to the west by the South China Sea. To its east is the Pacific Ocean. The Philippine… archipelago is located between 116Â° 40', and 126Â° 34' E. longitude and 4Â° 40' and 21Â° 10' N. latitude and borders the Philippine Sea on the east, the South China Sea on the west, and the Celebes Sea on the south. if you mean where are the Philippines, they are a group of islands in Asia with the capital of Manila. ( Full Answer )
Philippines is a country in South East Asia. Philippine is something that the Philippines owns.
The Philippine archipelago is made up of 7,107 islands; favorably located in relation to many of Southeast Asia's main water bodies: the South China Sea, Philippine Sea, Sulu Sea, Celebes Sea, and Luzon Strait
A list of the current members of the Philippine House of Representatives is available in the link provided below. Please click on Related Links.
The Philippines have an area of 115,831 square miles (106345sq m). It is the 72nd largest country in the world. It includes over 7,000 islands.
Rice as well as corn are important agricultural crops for thecountry. The national flower, Sampaguita, also grows throughout thearea.
Philippines is a MEDC. - More Economic Developed Country. Some people say that it is an LEDC, but they only say this because of the negative pictures they see from the Internet and mostly because of the eruption back in 1991, but they haven't really been to the Philippines. So .. Before you say an…ything about the Philippines, make sure that you have been there and you are right. Also, some people ask 'if it is an LEDC, where do they get their money from?' Most teachers in school say that, they get it from the Americans, but that is not true. Yes, it is true that some people are poor but doesn't mean that everyone is, there are lots of wealthy people in the Philippines as they have massive houses. For example, in England, they're poor and wealthy people but it doesn't mean it is an MEDC... because you have no idea how they can manage.. or whatever... Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/Is_the_Philippines_a_MEDC_or_LEDC#ixzz1aChEpY5S ( Full Answer )
The Philippines itself does not have a postal code because it is acountry and not a city. What it does have, are area codes.
Isolationism in the Philippines was born from debates surroundingthe Spanish-American War, and the US annexation of the Philippines.Isolationism is the policy of remaining apart from the politicalaffairs of other countries.
The word "Philippines" is a noun, while "Philippine" is an adjective. When you are referring to the country itself, you should use "Philippines," like in the sentence "The Philippines is an archipelago." On the other hand, since the word "Philippine" is an adjective, you can always find it before a …noun, as in the sentence "The Philippine eagle is the largest species of eagle in the world." ( Full Answer )
Philippines means the country, while Philippine is used to imply something which is related to or the property of the Philippines.
The Philippines was named after King Philip II of Spain in the 16th century by Ruy Lopez de Villalobos. At the time of the naming, Philip was Crown Prince of Spain. NOTE: When the Philippines was named, Philip II of Spain was still a prince and not a king. Therefore, Philippines was actually named …after a prince at that time. ( Full Answer )
Most of them live in the countries' capital, Manila, while having roots in the provinces.
The Philippines (Filipinas) were given that name by Ferdinand Magellan to honor his king, King Philip II of Spain.
Answer: . Construction Workers . Domestic Helper . Businessmen . Call Center Agents . Farmers . Teachers . Service Crew . Sales Staff . Engineers . Lawyers . Nurses . Seamen . Nauticals .
philippines =) yes you are :) if you want to. because its fun in the philippines. yeah! :D
The chief hobby for the girls is texting on the cell phone. And for the men it is looking for girls and drinking Red Horse.
it was named after the king of Spain King Philip II. that is why we came up with the name Philippines The islands that now composed the modern day Philippines was named after the Spanish king Felipe by the Spanish explorer Roy Lopez de Villalobos. The Spaniards called the archepelago Las Islas Fel…ipinas. When the Americans defeated the Spaniards during the US-Spanish war the Americans renamed the islands Philippines and called it Philippine Islands. ( Full Answer )
The Philippines was part of Spain until the Spanish/American War, when America gained the Philippines as a territory, then in 1946 they became an independent nation
There are no counties within the country of Philippines.Philippines is broken down into provinces. Within provinces, thereare towns and barangays.
There's a lot of colleges in the Philippines but if you are into Digital Arts or IT, check the link below.. www.ciit-ph.com (website) www.facebook.com/ciitphilippines ( Facebook Page)
The Philippines is a republic and is/was called "the Republic of the Philippines" because of certain government changes in modes of operation.
Narrative is narrative, no matter what country is talking about it. A narrative or story in its broadest sense is anything told or recounted more narrowly, and more usually, something told or recounted in the form of a causally-linked set of events. It is created by establishing that something is …a part of a whole and usually that something is the cause of something else. It is usually combined with human actions or events that affect human beings. The meaning of each event is produced by the part it plays in the whole episode. A narrative is often in words (though it is possible to mime a story), of something that happened (a story). The narrative is not the story itself but rather the telling of the story -- which is why it is so often used in phrases such as "written narrative," "oral narrative," etc. While a story just is a sequence of events, a narrative recounts those events, perhaps leaving some occurrences out because they are from some perspective insignificant, and perhaps emphasizing others. In a series of events, a car crash takes a split second. A narrative account, however, might be almost entirely about the crash itself and the few seconds leading up to it. Narratives thus shape history (the series of events, the story of what happened). Folk narratives are stories created by the folk in prose.These stories are handed down by word of mouth through the generations and are called Alamt or kwentong bayan in tagalong, Alamat in Pampangga, kasugiran in Cebuano, Sarita in Ilocano,Ginlunaan or Sugilanon in Ilonggo, Kabbata or istorya in Ivatan and Kissa in Tausig. Folk narratives include myths, legends, and folktales. ( Full Answer )
well i can describe Philippines as a really poor country and they are a third world country. third world means that they don't have good resources like us the poor have to find water, they have to live on the streets, they don't have i pads, i pods and all those other gadgets like us we just have… to respect all those other differences we have from them. ( Full Answer )
The Philippine Literature holds the important cultures and traditions of the Philippines in black and white. These literatures are the documents that hold and preserve the Philippine History and all that is Philippines today.
The Philippines was made a thousands of years ago.. It was made by earthquakes .. According in the volcanic eruption theory , Philippines was made by submarine volcanic eruptions, magma and lava pile up , the Philippines made up of 7,000 islands.. was formed
The study of psychology in the Philippines is monitored largely bythe Psychological Association of the Philippines, which was foundedin 1962 to promote excellence in the teaching, research, andpractice of psychology. They have divisions in charge of each majorcomponent of psychology: assessment psyc…hology, clinicalpsychology, counseling, developmental psychology, educationalpsychology, industrial-organizational psychology, socialpsychology, and teaching psychology. ( Full Answer )
Philippines exists in the world because it has a big role on its shoulder. One of the reason is it serves as a decoration in the world for it is known for its beautiful nature even though it have been vanishing due to illegal works.
Nope, not YET. The Philippines is a tropical country and is near the equator but I'm sure that someday, it'll snow if there is a slight change on the earth's axis. For instance, if earth tilts a couple of degrees then it will have a major impact such as new wind patterns, earth's temperature in som…e places will drop and etc.. ( Full Answer )
The Philippines is a country of many names. Early Chinese traders who visited Mindoro called it Ma-yi or Ma-i which means land of gold, Liu-Sing, San Hsii or San Tao and Haitan. In a map of Claudius Ptolemy, a famous ancient geographer of Alexandria it was named Maniolas. Europeans who vi…sited our country gave names Islas del Poniente and Islas del Oriente. When Magellan came in 1521 , he named the Philippines Archipelago of St. Lazarus but the name did not come popular. The most romantic name of the country remains that of Pearl of the Orient Seas, given by a Spanish Jesuit missionary-historian, Fr. Juan J. Delgado in 1751 and popularized by Philippines' National Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. The name Felipinas was given by Ruy Lopez de Villalobos, a Spanish explorer in 1543 to honor Prince Philip OS Asturias , who later became Philip II, King of Spain. Felipinas later became the Filipinas during the Spanish colonial era. Then it became Philippine Islands during the American colonial era then the Republic of Philippines after its independence. ( Full Answer )
An embassy is a presence one country maintains in another country for diplomatic and commercial reasons. No country has an embassy in its own territory - so there can be no Phillipine Embassy anywhere in the Philippines.
To get to the Philippines you can fly or take a boat since this country is made up of over 1,700 islands.
This is a SCAM! Whenever you receive a call from Philippine Electronic Association saying you won, do not entertain it. If you claim your price you might be influenced to buy something from them.
Why there is a word THE for the country Philippines. What makes them calling it The Philippines or Philippines the?
Because The Philippines is technically a group of islands not a country...For example Canada is just called Canada because it is ONE country.
The Philippine Eagle is important to Filipinos because it is known as Critically Endangered. It is found only in rain forests of four major Philippine islands: Luzon, Samar, Leyte, and Mindinao.; the largest amount of birds reside on Mindinao. The Philippine eagle is known as the largest eagle in th…e world. Its number is dwindling to an amount of only 500 pairs left. The Philippine Eagle is now known as the National Bird of the Philippines and this has helped increase awareness of the bird and its plight. Philippine Eagle Foundation The Philippine Eagle Foundation is a private, non-stock, non-profit organization dedicated to saving the endangered Philippine Eagle ( Pithecophaga jefferyi ) and its rainforest habitat. Organized in 1987, it had before that time been operating as a project undertaking research, rehabilitation, and captive breeding. Staffed by highly trained and dedicated personnel, it has today evolved into the country's premiere organization for the conservation of raptors. Tagalog-English [ito rin ang aming pambansang ibon. ] this is our national bird. ( Full Answer )
Swim with the butanding(whale sharks) and go snorkeling, go to resorts. It is quite an adventure. I've been there myself.
Philippines was named in honor of King Philip II of Spain. The name was given by the explorer Villalobos around 1543. Since the "F" sound is not part of the traditional Tagalog phonetics (although some local dialects have it), the term has also been modified to "Pilipinas" (as in Republika ng Pilipi…nas) ( Full Answer )
It was July 4, 1946 that US granted independence to the country. It was in June 12, 1898 that the Philippines proclaimed independence against Spaniards. The name of the country was called the republic of the Philippines. When the American won the war, they changed the name of the country to commonwe…alth of the Philippines. ( Full Answer )
Basically, the Philippine heroes protects the Independence of the Filipino People. They pushed for freedom and Filipino empowerment. These are people that give importance to local Philippine culture and life.
Usually you are able to see Philippine Crocodiles in Visayas andMindanao Regions where they are housed and where their habbitatsare more.
There are many regions in Mindanao area where the PhilippineCrocodile can be Found. Not to mention, the largest one was foundin Agusan region in Mindanao.
At first, Chinese traders used to call it "MAI"(ma-ee). When Ferdinand Magellan discovered it, he called it archipelago of St. Lazarus/archipelago of St. Lazaro because on the day he first stepped in the Philippines, it was St. Lazarus' feast day. After several years of conquering the Philippines, h…e named it Philippines to honor king Philip II of Spain. Filipinas, on the other hand, is the Tagalog/Filipino translation of the English word Philippines.It was recognized and declared as Philippines(feely-phins) by the Americans and Spaniards as well.(the Americans followed after the Spanish occupation in the Philippines for 333 years) ( Full Answer )
Phils has only 1 Phil. Airlines company known as PAL....But it has alot of airlines owned by different nationalities like America. China. Singapore, Japan etc etc name it.
I think the Philippine Eagle respresents strength, power, andfreedom for the Philippines. It is a large bird, also known to beone of the Kings of the birds.
if you have black hair when you are born, you are a filipino. My family( Olegario ) is from the philippines and have many traditions. Kumustaka