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To increase tourism, PBBM wants more infrastructure projects.

According to Malacanang, President Ferdinand “Bongbong” Marcos Jr. has stated his intention to seek additional policies and infrastructure improvements that will support the nation’s tourism sector.

In his second meeting with his Cabinet on Tuesday, Marcos presented the idea, according to a statement from the Office of the Press Secretary (OPS).

Marcos praised Singapore’s policies and infrastructure plans, which are said to be important factors in the city-strong state’s tourism performance despite having few natural resources, at the Cabinet meeting held by teleconference.

To increase tourism in the Philippines, he said it is “very crucial” to reform legislation and the infrastructure sector.

That proves that it is possible. As stated by the OPS, Marcos declared before his Cabinet, “We only have to support the strategy to establish all of these enabling environments – the policies, conditions, and infrastructure.

Marcos also brought up the notion of upgrading the medical services available in popular tourist areas like Boracay Island.

The OPS said that this was the case as he mentioned the comparable setup on beaches in Hawaii and Thailand.

“[Sa] beach, maraming cops and everything (It is imperative that there be an increased police presence on the beach)…

Therefore, if anything happens along that stretch, there will be a kaagad tatakbuhan (tourists could ask for help). The lifeguards are aware of just where to take them, added Marcos. “The neighborhood business community backs that up. To keep a doctor there and to keep a nurse there is their “personal assignment,” according to Toka-Toka Sila.

Marcos also underlined how important it is to make it simpler for travelers to get around and find places to stay.

Asserting that the Philippines are “definitely not at a disadvantage, considering the availability of its natural resources and abundance of skill, as well as, products and people,” Tourist Secretary Christina Garcia-Frasco acknowledged that tourism policies needed to be changed.

According to your directions, Frasco remarked, “We would take the direction of benchmarking their policies in this area.” To be able to concentrate on the overall tourist experience from the time that he arrives at the point of entry to the time that he gets to his point of destination, there are undoubtedly many measures that could be improved in terms of policy regulations, both on the national and local level, and proper coordination.”

The “Build, Build, Build” infrastructure program and key transportation projects were discussed during the second Cabinet meeting in addition to the strategy to develop the tourism sector, according to press secretary Trixie Cruz-Angeles.

said Cruz-Angeles Additionally, Marcos and his Cabinet talked about the 2023 budget plan.

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