Wednesday, April 23, 2008

New 7 Wonders of the World

Last Night I saw on the news that the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park better known as the Underground River located in Palawan is one of the so-may beautiful worl spots running to be decalared as one of the New Seven Wonders of the World.

The Philippines is undergoing through a lot of crisis. Hearing this on national television somehow makes a Filipino smile and feel proud about it (I myself am).

The Underground River in Palawan has already attracted so many tuorist around the globe and has helped promote our tourism. It's main attraction is, of course, the navigable underground river where you'll find stalactites and stalagmites and the limestone karst Mountain Landscape.

Another entry from our country is the Tubbataha Reef in Sulu Sea which has been previously declared as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO. This is famous not only for its large marine sanctuary but is also a popular site for sports divers.

Currently, the Underground River and the Tubbataha Reef ranks number 128 and number 8 respectively. We should, as Filipinos, be proud of this. Let's support our entries. Let's vote for them.


Anonymous said...

We have not only beautiful spots but a talented filipinos as well pero sayang lang talaga.
I hope someday we will be a part of 1st WORLD COUNTRY and it is POSSIBLE!
Good day mam oy!

anitobopper said...

Anything is possible if we put our hearts and minds to it.... btw i also wrote about 7wonders in my blog -
just in case you'd like to see the pics... back then it ranked 18 while chocolate hills ranked 15

masterofthe said...

Hello, I've been busy hopping on other blogs today to promote a personal favorite on the new 7 wonders of the world and my browser took me to this wonderful blog of yours.

It's good to know that we bloggers are all out in this quest by the Philippines to get to the top of the list and Tubbataha Reef is nearly on top today at # 7. I hope the other 3 entries make it to the top also (Mayon Volcano, Chocolate Hills and the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park

Go Philippines...

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