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Baguio, Philippines

Old Diplomat Hotel

This eerie abandoned building with a dark history is said to be one of the most haunted places in the Philippines.
Tingloy, Philippines

Cemetery Beach

Nearly 100 concrete graves lie hidden just beyond the pristine waters along the coast.
Angeles, Philippines

Clark Air Base Hospital

The remains of an abandoned air force hospital located on a redeveloped Air Force base.
Lemery, Philippines

Fantasy World

The abandoned medieval theme park was meant to be the "Disneyland of the Philippines."
San Pablo City, Philippines

Waterfalls Restaurant

An eatery in a shallow river where diners can enjoy their meal mere feet from the base of an artificial waterfall.
Philippines

Vulcan Point

An island in the middle of a lake, in the middle of a volcano, in the middle of a bigger lake, in the middle of a bigger island, in an archipelago, in the Pacific Ocean.
Cavite City, Philippines

Corregidor Island

The ruins on a deserted tropical island in the Philippines bear the scars of WWII.
Cavite City, Philippines

Fort Drum (El Fraile Island)

A man-made island designed to look like a massive battleship.
Ternate, Philippines

Abandoned Puerto Azul

The once-grand remains of this resort are slowly turning into the strange ruins of the future.
Manila, Philippines

Manila North Cemetery

A cemetery home to 10,000 living residents.
Las Pinas, Philippines

Bamboo Organ

Church organ in the Philippines constructed out of bamboo.
Marikina, Philippines

World's Largest Shoes

Marikina's record-breaking loafers.
Marikina, Philippines

Marikina Shoe Museum

Iron Butterfly's personal collection of footwear.
Pasay, Philippines

APEC Sculpture Garden

A melting pot of Asian-Pacific art features one symbolic sculpture from each of 20 different nations.
Manila, Philippines

Paco Park Cemetery

The cemetery was built for the Spanish colonial elite, but its most famous residents were all buried in unmarked graves.