Philippine President Benigno S. Aquino III and Tourism Secretary Ramon Jimenez, Jr., leads the “It’s More Fun in the Philippines” Photoshoot at the Intercontinental London Park Lane Hotel during his Official Working Visit to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland Tuesday night June 05, 2012. The Department of Tourism’s (DOTs) campaign highlights the most important attraction the Philippines can offer, aside from its beautiful beaches and perfect weather – its people. The Filipino’s joyful disposition and love of life makes every vacation in the Philippines an unforgettable experience. The campaign was recently launched in London via double-decker buses, taxi cabs and underground stations. The 25 double-decker bus and 50 black cabs sport a uniform design of the campaign slogan and logo and different faces of the Philippines. The subway stations, on the other hand, feature images of the Ifugao Rice Terraces and the Puerto Princesa Underground River, both proclaimed as World Heritage Sites. (Photo by: Ryan Lim / Malacañang Photo Bureau).
Photos: @PresidentNoy in the UK photoshoot of #itsMoreFuninthePhilippines
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