El Nido in Palawan is among the most beautiful municipalities in the country. It is a first class municipality situated northeast of Puerto Princesa, the capital of Palawan. 

Iloilo is a thriving tourist destination, which is not surprising at all given its wealthof natural attractions with tropical beaches on top of the list.

The stream of Daranak is surrounded by rocks of various sizes, which clearly explains the emergence of rock balancing art in Tanay.

DOON PO SA AMIN in Gumaca, Quezon, there’s a hardly noticed fort that says so much about the town’s history, particularly during the 18th century.


DOON PO SA AMIN in Legaspi, Surigao del Norte, a pitcher plant (Nepenthes mindanaoensis) has emerged as one of the main attractions for tourists visiting the area.

DOON PO SA AMIN in Masinloc, Zambales, mangoes have brought fame to the town and livelihood to the locals.

Kannawidan Ylocos Festival is Ilocos Sur's week-long festivity celebrated not only by the locals but also foreign tourists.

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October 12, 2015

Smart’s Doon Po Sa Amin recognized in global PR arena

Doon Po Sa Amin (DPSA) of Philippine mobile leader Smart Communications was recognized as the best communications program in the community relations category of the Golden World Awards (GWA) for Excellence.

September 24, 2015

Good eats and creative discoveries in the Art Capital of the Philippines

Blogger and professor Celine Reyes says she loves inviting people over to her town in Angono, Rizal, a municipality located east of Manila that has long been dubbed as the “Art Capital of the Philippines.”

June 19, 2015

Smart launches this year’s DPSA video competition

Wireless services leader Smart Communications Inc. (Smart) announced the opening of registration for the 8th Doon Po Sa Amin (DPSA) video-making contest, the country’s first and longest-running crowd-sourcing competition designed to uncover the best and the most unique Filipino hometown stories.


Discover unique stories about your hometown, present these stories using online tools such as videos and slideshows, then pin them on an online map!

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