Tucked in the province of Albay, Camalig offers a number of historic and naturalattractions for tourists to enjoy.

Negros Occidental was not named "Sugarbowl of the Philippines" for nothing. Discover their varieties of delicacies, may it be fresh or cooked.

Camiguin might be a small province but it has a lot and bigger things to offer.

DOON PO SA AMIN in Balangiga, Eastern Samar, a historical monument reflects the bravery of Filipinos and deserves a visit for travelers who wish to know more about the Philippines.

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 Cebu City, luscious pasalubong treats are pouring out; tourists and visitors have a lot to choose from.

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

Are you up for another chance to get cool freebies from Smart? Get ready for our newest gimmick--Doon Po Sa Amin, Halina't Mag #SummerSiesta! Show off all the unique and exciting places, food, activities, and festivals that make your hometown the perfect #SummerSiesta destination!

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February 12, 2015

Winners of the 2015 Smart 'Doon Po Sa Amin' competition announced

Wireless services leader Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) presented the best local stories from among the entries submitted to the 7th Doon Po Sa Amin (DPSA) competition, the biggest and longest-running online local content activity that encourages Filipinos to join the digital conversation about the nation.

January 13, 2015

Vote for your favorite hometown story

In the streets of Pasil in Cebu, there’s an exotic local dip that’s becoming popular to both locals and tourists.

September 12, 2014

Smart calls on film enthusiasts to promote Pinoy culture and heritage

Doon Po Sa Amin (DPSA), the biggest and longest-running crowd-sourced community mapping activity in the country, just got more exciting this year with the launch of the open category. This time, all Filipinos can join and become ambassadors of their respective towns.

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