Philippine Travel Map

In an early article I wrote on this site, I mentioned my fascination with maps and travel. I wrote about travel maps and the “place a pin” where you have visited.

There wasn’t one for the Philippines, until I recently found this site,, that lets you make your own travel map. What is kind of neat is that it includes every province in the Philippines. Pay a visit, and make your own. I added mine below, for comparison (As you can see, I haven’t done too much domestic travel here). What’s your score?

Here’s mine:

My Lakbayan grade is C-!

How much of the Philippines have you visited? Find out at Lakbayan!

Created by Eugene Villar.

If you want to make your own worldwide map, Trip Advisor has a good one… Again, here’s mine.


Post Author: JohnM (207 Posts)

John Miele is a Citizen of the World, having spent time in many locations around the globe. Currently, he finds himself in Manila, but travels throughout the Philippines. John joined the Live in the Philippines Web Magazine in mid-2008.

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  1. Nathan Bruin says

    There wasn’t one for the Philippines, until I recently found this site, thats why im saying from the artical its self. is a parked site as randy said

      • RandyL says

        John, yes the link IS correct. The error in question is “” as published in the text of your article. That specific domain is parked.
        Whew, I feel much about my computer skills today! 😆

  2. sugar says

    John, Bob and all I click the link and yikes… grade is a dismal C.. ha ha. Now if there is similar one where I can just tick all the places I’ve been in Manila… hmm a+ perhaps he he he. Cool stuff, john.

  3. RandyL says

    Well, I’m nothing but a pathetic ‘D’. Maybe because I was always content on where I was. Why travel when you have everything you need? I got a lot of work to do! 😯

  4. corjo says

    I suppose I come from the Michael Palin school of travel.I love to travel with old guide books and maps I also have a keen intrest in history and to compare then and now is a great joy for me..On the Philippines I highly recumend getting a copy of Molls map of the Philippnes.From the Spanish era its a real eye opener on how time has changed the importance of several cities and provinces and just how many forts and watch towers remain undescovered

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