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Manila New Years Eve 2018

Jc Gellidon

The Makati district of Manila in the Philippines is the capital city's primary financial district.  It is perhaps the most visible sign of the growth of Manila in recent decades, and glass skyscrapers of the most modern design abound.  In this video, contributor JC Gellidon used a Phantom DJI Phantom 4 drone to create an aerial video of this area on New Years Eve 2018, capturing the amazing effect of fireworks against the outline-lit skyscrapers.

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Sisiman

Carlo Caacbay

Sisiman is a small coastal village at the tip of the Bataan Peninsula on the island of Luzon in the Phillipines, just across Manila Bay from the great capital city.  Contributor Carlos Caacbay's drone video captures this magnificent looking place, whose beauty hides a grim past: this was the starting point for the Bataan Death March in World War II, in which thousands of US and allied POW's died during early 1942 while being force-marched through the jungle by their Japanese captors.   

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Bicol

Carlo Caacbay

Bicol is the southern region of Luzon, the largest island of the Philippines.  The Bicol region also includes several large islands, such as Masbate and Burias, and many smaller ones.  Much less populated than central Luzon, Bicol is perhaps best known as the home of Mayon, an active volcano with a perfectly symmetrical conical shape.  Contributor Crlo Caacbay created this epic drone video of the region, home to some of the most stunning scenery in Luzon.  

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Pangasinan, Philippines / 4K Video Compilation

jibo888

Jibo888 created this brilliant 4k drone video of Pangasinan, a province of western Luzon in the Philippines.  Situated north northwest of Manila in the area surrounding the Gulf of Lingayen, the native inhabitants of Pangasinan maintain a distinctive culture and language.  Jibo888's video includes aerial footage of The Hundred Islands National Park, Alaminos City, Tondaligan beach, Natividad Pangasinan, Maranum Falls, Bolinao Beach Resort, and more.

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Bolinao

Carlo Caacbay

The westernmost portion of the Pangasinan province of Luzon is the municipality of Bolinao.  Situated in the western part of Luzon, Bolinao is surrounded by the sea, with the Lingayen Gulf to its east and the South China Sea to its west.  It is one of the most scenic areas in all of Luzon, the Philippines' largest island.  Contributor Carlo Caacbay used a drone combined with ground camera footage to create this spectacular virtual tour of Bolinao.  

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Batanes, Philippines

Jc Gellidon

The official region of Luzon in the Philippines includes not only the huge island itself but many islands surrounding it.  The Batanes are a group of islands lying well north of Luzon Island.  These sparsely occupied islands are home to stunning cliffs and magnificent views of the South China Sea.  Contributor JC Gellidon used a DJI Phantom 4 drone to create this spectacular view of these islands, which constitute the northernmost territory of the country.  

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Northern Luzon, Philippines

Andrew Asencio

Contributor and drone pilot Andres Ascencio created this stunning aerial video of the northern part of Luzon in the Philippines.  The Iloco region of the island is located in its far northwestern corner, on the South China Sea.  It is far less well known than the area around the Lingayen Gulf which lies to the south of Iloco.  The video includes footage of "mainland" Iloco as well as of Badoc, a tiny island which is a short distance off of a peninsula at Lobit.

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The Colors of Manila: DJI Phantom 4 Pro

Erin Rushton Media

If you spend 60 seconds watching this drone video of Manila, Philippines by Erin Rushton Media, you'll get a great sense for the look of the city.  The country's capital city, which lies on Manila Bay in central Luzon, is one of the world's largest cities.  While the city itself is "only" 2 million, it's the center of a metropolitan area of over 20 million.  Most of the video is shot around the core downtown area, which has been front and center in Southeast Asia's ongoing skyscraper building boom.

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Philippines Highlands: Drone Footage of North Luzon

JackShirley

While the Philippines island Luzon is the country's most heavily populated, the vast majority of the island's population lives in the central part of the highland.  In contrast, the mountainous northern part of the island, which is home to some of its most spectacular natural scenery, is sparsely populated.  In this video by top contributor Jack Shirley, you'll get an aerial tour of the region, including some awesome bird's eye views of Sagada, Banaue, Buscalan, Tinglayan, Bugnay, and more.

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Awesome Aurora, East of the Philippines

liwanderers

Contributor Liwanders brings us this beautiful drone's eye view of Baler, a beach town in the Philippines with a storied place in the world of film.  Baler is situated in the Aurora Province of east central Luzon, a 2-3 hour drive from Manila.  Famously, baler was the shooting location for one of the great scenes of 20th century film: the "Ride of the Valkyries" helicopter attack sequence in the 1979 epic  Apocalypse Now.  The movie helped turn Baler from an obscure beach town to the surfing capital of the Philippines.

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That Place Called Sagada

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Contributor Guio gives us an amazing bird's eye view of the area around Sagada in the Highlands of Luzon, the Philippines.  Sagada is part of the Mountain Province, which itself is part of the Cordilera Administrative Region which takes up much of north central Luzon.  It's a stunningly beautiful area, and in the video you'll see some of the most amazing rice terraces in the Philippines.  Sagada is also home to numerous caves, valleys, and other points of geological interest. 

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Mt. Pinatubo Crater Lake and Floodlands

url_eleven

The crater lake of Mt. Pinatubo on the island of Luzon is without doubt one of the natural wonders of the Philippines.  It was formed in 1991 when the great volcano famously erupted.  Small in surface area, it's the deepest lake in the country at about 600 meters (2k ft.) maximum depth.  In this video, you'll get a fabulous drone's eye view of the great lake, compliments of contributor url_eleven.  There are continued fears that the crater walls could suffer a catastrophic break at some point.

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Manila Cathedral

ventronics

The Philippines is home to one of the world's largest populations of practicing Catholics.  It's not surprising then that the Manila Cathedral is one of the top sights on the island of Luzon if not the entire country.  The current structure was completed in 1958 on a site that had been used for seven previous cathedrals.  It's located in the Intramuros (walled city) of old Manila.  In this video, contributor and drone pilot Ventronics captured the beautiful church by drone.  

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Batad - Queen of All Rice Terraces

Travel Imagez

Contributor Travel Imagez created this amazing aerial view of the Batad Rice Terraces in central Luzon, Philippines.  The Batad are part of the Rice Terraces of the Philippine Cordilleras, which has been designated as a UNESCO World Heritage site.  The age of these terraces isn't known exactly but is believed to be as old as 2,000 years.  Among the distinctive aspects of the terraces is that they were virtually untouched by the colonial powers Spain and later the USA and Japan.  

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Mindoro, Philippines - Aerials

franz_pilot

Contributor Franz_pilot created this beautiful drone video of Mindoro, a large island of the northern Philippines.  Mindoro lies off the coast of Luzon, and is itself the seventh largest island in the country.  Mindoro has a unique native culture, one which is distinct from the various cultures of Luzon to the north and the Visayan Islands to the south.  As you will see from the video, it's a mountainous island, featuring brilliant white sand beaches along its extensive coastline.  

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Tinalisayan Island

Ian Gongona

Contributor Ian Gongona created this stunning aerial of Tinalisayan, a tiny island in the Philippines.  It's located just north of Burias Island, an oblong-shaped island which in turn lies to the west of southern Luzon.  The entire group of islands makes up the province of Masbate.  While Masbate is technically part of the Luzon region (which includes the main island as well as many surrounding islands), in terms of the landscape and culture it is closer to the Visayan Islands (central) region of the country.  

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Animasola: Lonely Island in the Philippines

Ian Gongona

The Philippines consists of over 7,000 islands, many of which are just barely visible on a map. Here is one of them.  It's called Animasola, and it sits roughly between Burias Island and the main island of Luzon in a body of water called the Gulf of Ragay.  It's part of the Marbate province, which is in turn part of the Luzon region.  Barely visible on Google Maps if you zoom in enough, you'll see why when you check out this fantastic bird's eye view of this tiny bit of tropical paradise, compliments of Ian Gongona.  

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Baguio: Not Your Typical Philippines City

Marc Piramide

Contributor Marc Piramide created this beautiful bird's eye view of a town in the mountains of the northern Philippines.  Baguio is in the highlands are of Luzon, the country's largest island.  With an elevation of about 1.5 km (around a mile) and a cool mountain climate, it's known as the Summer Capital of the Philippines.  Located in the province of Benguet, the city is comparatively young: it was built out of a US Army position established after the Spanish American War in 1900.   

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Jep and Zel | Mountains Tell Stories

Sherard Yu

Talk about a wedding for the ages!  This prenuptial video was filmed primarily with drone footage from the province of Zambales in western Luzon, Philippines.  The area around Anawangin Cove features epic views of the South China Sea, backdropped by the mountains which run up and down this part of the country, part of the official region of Western Luzon.  With this kind of production for the prenup, we can only imagine what's in store for the wedding ceremony! 

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Rosita Storm - Catanduanes

@surf.the.sky

Contributor @surf.the.sky shares aerial footage of tropical storm Rosita taking over a beach on the Catanduanes island in the Philippines.  It's part of the Bicol region, off the southeastern part of th emost populous island in the country.  The relaxing vibe of the island is suddenly shaken when a violent wave sweeps in, flooding the entire beach full of vacationers and grass covered huts. How do things turn out in the aftermath of Rosita? Keep watching to see for yourself.

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The Hat Island of the Philippines

Ian Gongona

Ian Gongona created this marvelous video of a tiny island off the coast of Luzon in the Philippines.  Not to be confused with an island of the same name near the Caribbean island of Anguilla, it's located just to the north of Marikiban Island in Balayan Bay.  The entire area is part of the Batangas region of western Luzon.  For semi-obvious reasons, it's also known as Sombrero Island.  Barely visible on a map, the tiny island (which does indeed resemble a hat) sparkles in the bright blue sea.  

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