Hollywood actor Zac Efron’s first visit to the Philippines had him raving about the country, saying that the experience has "been absolutely incredible," during his fan conference held on September 29 at the SM Mall of Asia Arena.

Growing up, Zac had heard stories about the Philippines from his father David, who often visited the country in the past. "It's been a dream of mine to come to the Philippines since I was a young boy," he was quoted as saying in an article by PEP.ph. “Now I'm finally here with all you guys… My dad told me stories about the food and how amazing all the people were."

He then thanked the Filipinos for their enthusiastic welcome and trademark hospitality. "The Filipino people are so nice! You make me feel so at home. I just want to move here."

Zac also drew more cheers from the crowd when he told the conference’s host, Boy Abunda, that he thinks his future girlfriend might be a Filipina. "I think she's Pinoy," he said. "She might be out here somewhere… Maybe my wife will hail from here."

When Boy asked Zac to describe himself in three words, the A-lister said, "I can do it in four: I love the Philippines."

After the event, Zac had posted a message on his Twitter account thanking his Filipino fans. "Hey everyone, Thank you so much for an amazing night! Love you guys. Want to apologize to the fans I promised to meet after the show! Security rushed me out quickly, and I'm deeply sorry. - Z"

(Photo courtesy of PEP.ph)

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