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PH is in the top 40 countries for beauty.

Condé Nast Traveler (CNT), based in New York, has once again recognized the Philippines’ allure by ranking it among the top 40 most beautiful nations in the world.

The Philippines was mentioned along with South Africa, Canada, Australia, Mexico, and the United States for its natural wonders.

More than 7,000 islands make up the Philippines, which are unquestionably among the most stunning places on earth, according to a June 2 essay by CNT writer Caitlin Morton.

“In Palawan, the Puerto-Princesa Subterranean River National Park has mangrove swamps, one of the largest cave systems in the world, and an underground river. The remarkably uniformly shaped 1,776 grass-covered domes make up the Chocolate Hills on the island of Bohol. Banaue’s and the Philippine Cordilleras’ rice terraces offer sweeping views of every shade of green imaginable, “Added she.

Heaven reborn

While all was going on, TIME listed Boracay as one of the world’s top destinations in 2022, calling it a “paradise reborn.”

The Aklan resort island of Boracay is renowned for its lengthy, immaculate white beach, which was recently restored for six months.

Today, Boracay has bigger major roads, improved sidewalks, better drainage systems, more e-trikes, and beaches free of impediments.

On TIME’s list are places like Kyushu Island in Japan, the Alentejo in Portugal, the Historic Silk Road Sites in Uzbekistan, Seoul in South Korea, Dolni Morava in the Czech Republic for its “one-of-a-kind panoramas,” and Dolni Morava.

The American news publication compiled the list using suggestions for locations made by its global network of journalists and contributors.

“The result: 50 exotic and well-known locations, from Seoul to the Great Barrier Reef, where tourists can witness underwater marvels while helping to protect the environment. Many of the locations are starting to see signs of economic recovery; this year, Boracay Island in the Philippines, which had been shut down for years due to overtourism and subsequently the COVID-19 outbreak, reopens as paradise “It stated in an article on July 12.

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