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See Where The Country's Sexiest Ladies Spent Their Holidays In 2017

Add these to your travel bucket list!
by Khatrina Bonagua | Aug 5, 2017
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For some of our favorite women, the first half of 2017 was filled with airplane rides and adventurous nights. Thanks to Instagram, we get to see what the lovely ladies have been to from January to July. Some preferred visiting local spots, while others got on the plane to explore the world. It’s such a wonderful sight, seeing these ladies having while on vacation, or heck, even on workation.

In case you’re still planning your getaway and clueless as to where to go, why don’t you take a cue from these jetsetting babes—the top 20 from this year’s FHM 100 Sexiest Women list. These girls know how to have fun, so better follow suit! 

1) Nadine Lustre, United Arab Emirates

What to do according to Nadine: Visit the wondrous Palm Jumeirah and don’t forget to take pictures of the largest artificial islands on earth.

Other must-visits: Take a picture of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque, Hajar Mountains, and the world’s tallest building, the Burj Khalifa. Of course, don’t forget to Instagram story your desert and camels sighting!

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2) Kim Domingo, Laguna

What to do according to Kim: Laze around Casa San Pablo, Laguna while you read your copy of Kim Domingo: State Of Undress (you’re in the place where the book was shot!).

Other must-visits: Since you’re already in San Pablo, Laguna, why not make the most of your stay there and spend time at nearby tourist spots like Villa Escudero and Mount Banahaw. For pasalubong, buy a box (or two!) of Laguna's famous buko pie!

3) Rhian Ramos, Kalinga Province

What to do according to Rhian: Get a tattoo from the world famous mambabatok, Whang Od.

Other must-visits: En route to Kalinga (and while you’re in the Cordillera Administrative Region) make sure to marvel at Banaue Rice Terraces, Sumaging Cave, and Sagada! Bring your jackets and scarves!

4) Jessy Mendiola, Anilao, Batangas

What to do according to Jessy: Ready your wetsuits and learn how to dive!

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Other must-visits: Aside from snorkelling, Anilao also offers various activities such as island hopping and trekking. Also, don’t forget to try their special “lunch by the beach.” Fresh seafood, here you come!

5) Ellen Adarna, Cebu

What to do according to Ellen: First, visit the temple of Ellen’s grandmother, The Temple Of Leah. After that, go to Bantayan Island, face your fears, and go skydiving!

Other must-visits: Cebu is filled with awesome tourist spots from North to South. If you’re in the North, visit Bantayan and Malapascua Islands if you want to just beach bum. If you’re into extreme sports and in the South, try canyoneering!

6) Jennylyn Mercado, Finland

What to do according to Jennylyn: Doze off under the Northern Lights!

Other must-visits: There’s more to Finland than the Northern Lights, so while you’re there, check out the famous Arctic Snow Hotel in Lehtojärvi. The hotel has glass-domed “igloo” rooms—perfect for cuddle nights.

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7) Angel Locsin, Nasugbu, Batangas


What to do according to Angel: Stretch those legs and climb a mountain!

Other must-visits: After a tiring trek, freshen up and head over to one of Nasugbu’s beaches. Before heading home, don’t forget to say thanks and drop by the Caleruega Church.

8) Liza Soberano, Osaka, Japan

What to do according to Liza: Bring your Harry Potter-loving girlfriend and visit the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Don’t forget to drink Butterbeer!

Other must-visits: After being a wizard for a day, it’s time to be a child again, and visit Universal Studios Japan! FYI: Don’t be a KJ grown-up, ride those rides!

9) Maine Mendoza, Maldives

What to do according to Maine: Bask under the sun and take pictures of the turquoise waters, of course!

Other must-visits: Our pick? The National Museum of Maldives. If you want to know more about Maldivian history and culture, this is the perfect place to go.

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10) Solenn Heussaff, Samar


What to do according to Solenn: Explore the hidden sights of Biri, Samar and visit the amazing Biri Rock Formation. Also, don't leave without witnessing the picturesque life underwater through snorkelling.

Other must-visits: Samar Island is filled with places worth visiting—from landmarks (Capul Lighthouse), waterfalls (Tarangban Falls), caves (Sohoton Cave), to other smaller islands (Calicoan and Ando islands)—even a week is not enough to cover everthing!


11) Arci Muñoz, Pamalican Island, Palawan

What to do according to Arci: If you have extra budget, go to the luxury island of Amanpulo, and live the VIP life—you deserve it!

Other must-visits: While in Amanpulo, don’t forget to try these exciting activities: diving, coral viewing, wind surfing, surfing, and boat sailing!

12) Pia Wurtzbach, Tokyo, Japan

What to do according to Pia: When in Japan, it’s a mortal sin to not try their authentic ramen. Even the former Miss Universe is a fan of this delish dish.

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Other must-visits: After getting your fill of Japanese food, next thing you should do is to burn those calories. How? By walking around Tokyo Disneyland and Tokyo DisneySea!

13) Rachel Anne Daquis, California

What to do according to Rachel: Feel like a true blue Californian and explore the city on a bike!

Other must-visits: Three words: Golden Gate Bridge!

14) Andrea Torres, Honshu, Japan


What to do according to Andrea: Take a picture with the Cherry Blossoms at Ashikaga Flower Park for that instant hit of IG post.

Other must-visits: As the largest island of Japan, Honshu has hundreds of sights waiting to be IG'ed. Four of the most popular spots are as follows: Dewa Sanzan, Oze National Park, Koyasan, and Nikko National Park.

15) Maja Salvador, Coron, Palawan


What to do according to Maja: Feeling adventurous? Ride a jetski!

Other must-visits: Ready your sunblocks! Here are the places that should be part of your Coron itinerary: Kayangan Lake, Malcapuya Island, Twin Lagoon, and Calauit Safari Park.

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16) Kathryn Bernardo, El Nido, Palawan

What to do according to Kathryn: Explore the marvelous sights of El Nido, Palawan and sign up for an Island Hopping tour!

Other must-visits: During the Island Hopping tour, these are the islands that you’ll be visiting: 7 Commandos Beach, Secret Lagoon, Shimizu Island, Small Lagoon, and Big Lagoon.

17) Marian Rivera, Lake Tahoe, California

What to do according to Marian: Visit the Lake Tahoe and try any of these activities—swimming, kayaking, or windsurfing.

Other must-visits: If you’re planning to go there in December, brush up on your skiing skills, as Lake Tahoe is a popular destination for alpine skiing. Get ready to be mesmerized with (and challenged by!) its extensive terrain and powdery slopes.

18) Kris Bernal, Zambales

What to do according to Kris: Bring your barkada to the biggest floating playground in Asia, the Inflatable Island. Don’t forget to charge your action cameras because for sure, you’ll be taking a ton of shots as you slide and bounce on the inflatables.

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Other must-visits: The province of Zambales is brimming with exquisite beaches perfect camping. Feel like a Survivor castaway and spend a night at Anawangin, Talisayen, or Nagsasa Cove. Have a bonfire and sleep under the stars for a more romantic #feels.

19) Ina Raymundo, Boracay

What to do according to Ina: You have two choices: Stay on Boracay's famed white sand seashore, or have that jaw-dropping (and obligatory!) snap by the infinity pool.

Other must-visits: There are many activities to do while in Boracay, you can go island hopping, parasailing, paraw sailing, scuba diving, paddling, cliff diving, zorb and zipline, and more! To energize yourself, grab a bite of their yummy chori burger!

20) Sanya Lopez, Canada

What to do according to Sanya: When in Vancouver, Canada, you must visit these popular sights: Stanley Park, Granville Island, Vancouver Art Gallery, and the Capilano Suspension Bridge.

Other must-visits: When in Stanley Park, don’t you miss out these spots: Vancouver Aquarium, Beaver Lake, and the Stanley Park Pavilion and Rose Garden. There are also totem poles all over the place, some of which were erected more than 100 years ago.

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