- All Ferry List Philippines, at your finger tips.
Major Ferry List Philippines, in one spot for your convenience
- Bislig - Wikipedia
Bislig, officially the City of Bislig, and often referred to as Bislig City, is a 3rd class city in the province of Surigao del Sur, Philippines According to the 2015 census, it has a population of 94,535 people It the most populous among the cities and municipalities in the province of Surigao del Sur
- Biliran - Wikipedia
During the World War II, Biliran had its own guerrilla forces under the Leyte command of Colonel Ruperto Kangleon The guerrilla operation was of invaluable assistance to the successful landing of the American liberation forces at Palo, Leyte, on October 20, 1944 just before the Battle of Leyte Gulf In 1945, Biliran was liberated by the Philippine Commonwealth forces of the 9th Infantry
- SSS Contribution - Online Inquiry Member Account Status
There are so many types of SSS contribution for your membership account in the Philippines as well as for branches abroad thru the different Philippine Consulate offices of the DFA There is contribution payment for (yearly semi-annually quarterly) monthly premium amortization and loan payment monthly remittance
- WUF 9 – The Ninth session of the World Urban Forum
Daily Bulletins The daily bulletins of the World Urban Forum are prepared by the International Institute for Sustainable Development Read the summaries
- Philippine Roro Ferry | Philippines
Philippine RORO ferry I just completed my 100th boat crossing with my motorcycle and decided to put up a few pointers about using the ferry to transport vehicles between the islands here in the Philippines
- 10 Facts You Should Know about San Juanico Bridge in Samar . . .
Tacloban City – The San Juanico Bridge connecting the provinces of Samar and Leyte is one of the monumental projects under Former President Ferdinand Marcos’ administration It is known to be the longest bridge in the Philippines spanning a body of seawater with the length of 2 162 kilometers (1 34 mi) and width of 10 620 meters supported by 43 spans