Traveling as a couple allows you to learn new things about your partner in unique circumstances. It's imperative to get to know your partner before committing to each other for the rest of your lives, and traveling for days at a time to escape the city noise is a great way to rediscover each other and to strengthen your relationship. But before you decide to travel around the world, why not try and discover these amazing spots that are within your reach. Here are 15 swoon-worthy places in the Philippines you have to see, experience, and enjoy:

1. Kalanggaman Island
Whether that's reading a book or simply enjoying the scenery, this is the best place to spend some quality time with each other in peace and solitary.

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2. Paoay Sand Dunes, Ilocos Norte
Unleash your adventurous side with a 4x4 ride through the Sand Dunes of Paoay. 

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3. Masungi Georeserve, Rizal
Before you get hitched, do something big and daring like conquering your fear of heights!

One for Masungi. #medtechsoffduty

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4. Aliwagwag Falls, Davao Oriental
Considered to be one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the Philippines, this place is definitely a must-see destination. 

Falling over again.. ð��� #nofilter  #naturelover #wanderph

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5. El Nido, Palawan 
Lush greeneries plus clear, blue waters - what more can you ask for, right? 



6. Vigan City, Ilocos Sur
With brick roads and colonial infrastructure everywhere, it's the best place to indulge in classic Filipino culture. 

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7. Sambawan Island
While some beaches can be crowded and noisy, Sambawan Island gives you the tranquilty you need for your much-deserved R & R.

Sambawan Island, Biliran Province, Philippines  Tag fellow travelers

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8. Nasugbu, Batangas
If you want time alone but don't want to go too far, you should try going to Nasugbu, Batangas. It only takes a few hours to get there and you get to experience walking paths like this!

taking a dip after long hours of hike at layon bilog river

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9. Alibijaban, Quezon Province
Experience the beauty of Mother Nature with this small island you can call paradise.  

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10. Sabang, Palawan
Aside from the amazing view, there's a lot to do in Sabang. You can try rock climbing in Ugong or you could take a dip in Sabang Falls. 

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11. Bulalacao, Oriental Mindoro
One of the untouched gems of the Philippines, Bulalacao Island in Mindoro will surely take your breath away. 



12. Bukal Falls, Laguna
Don't be afraid to take a dip in this majestic river - it's refreshing and calming all at the same time.

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13. Palani Beach, Masbate
Another white sand beach that's not too crowded. It'll be the ideal place to contemplate and relax before heading back to the city.

It's a beautiful day in the Philippines. �

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14. Kennon Road, Baguio
Although it's not really a "destination," the solid, rocky formations alongside the road are enough to leave you in awe and admiration. 

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15. Nagcarlan, Laguna
If you're looking for a place to unwind, without having to spend too much, Nagcarlan is the way to go. Don't forget to take a tour of the old churches, or if you're feeling a bit adventurous - go hiking! 

My first hike! #RoadFromUltraToLaguna © @donnavillasanta

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