Las Piñas tourism chief vows better promotion of city tourist sites

Published December 5, 2022, 5:49 PM

by Jean Fernando

Las Piñas supervising tourism operation officer Paul San Miguel said the city government will improve the approach in promoting local tourism.

San Miguel said he took a two-day master class together with other tourism officers in the National Capital Region (NCR) at the Mariot Hotel Clark in Pampanga to have a better perspective of the tourism industry and their role toward recovery.

The Department of Tourism (DOT) called on the tourism officers association to attend the master class on Nov. 28 and 29 to help promote tourism now that the country is slowly recovering from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.

San Miguel said DOT-NCR Regional Director Sharlene Zabala-Batin initiated the gathering of NCR tourism association officers to give them additional ideas in promoting most visited tourist attractions in their respective areas that will help in the recovery of the economy.

Las Piñas City is known for the famous Bamboo Organ which is frequently visited by local and foreign tourists.

The Las Piñas Nursery and Botanical Garden, which is part of the clean and green program of the city government, was opened to all local and foreign tourists, especially for the “plantitas and plantitos”, during the peak of Covid-19 pandemic.