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Do-Bohol the fun with AirAsia’s Allstars at Your Service

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Daniel Matsunaga, Markki Stroem and real-life partners “KimJe” Kim Molina & Jerald Napoles promote healthy eco-tourism advocacy

MANILA – In its unrelenting advocacy of rebuilding confidence and uplifting travel experiences, Allstars at Your Service (AYS) Season 2, AirAsia’s pioneering and only aviation show in the Philippines flies to Bohol to feature top tourist destinations, promote sustainable tourism projects, and dig in to must-rediscover culinary journey.

After the spectacular feature in one of the best islands in the world, Boracay, AYS Season 2 will now take you to the 10th largest island in the Philippines – Bohol.

Bohol ready for tourists

Aside from continuously fulfilling the show’s commitment in promulgating safe and hassle-free air-travel journeys, AYS Season 2 aims to solidify its goal of rebooting local tourism in proving that Bohol is now ready for more tourists, as travel rules relax today. Join the AYS team as they head to Bohol to show you what it’s like in this beautiful province that’ll keep you coming back for more.

AirAsia Tarsier

AirAsia Bohol Chocolate Hills and Loboc River

Philippine Tarsier and Wildlife Sanctuary, Chocolate Hills, and Loboc River are just some of the famous tourist destinations in Bohol. Taking appreciation also on the pristine beaches, relaxing resorts, and iconic landmarks which will surely lure you in; Bohol’s countryside charm and marine biodiversity proves that this world class destination deserves a much awaited trip.

AirAsia Bohol Sikatuna Mirror of the World

AirAsia Bohol La Vara RestaurantThough plenty of us look forward to the day international borders are open once again, world famous landmarks are only a short plane ride away to the Sikatuna’s Mirror of the World in Bohol. The AYS team discovered this 3.2-hectare farmland, transformed into a unique and Instagrammable park that is a visual treat day or night. Get a quick tour around the world without spending too much, and visit most of the notable places, such as the Greek mythology god statues, New York’s Statue of Liberty, Paris’ Eiffel Tower and many more. The best part? No passport, visa or quarantine needed— all of these can be found in Bohol.

AirAsia Bohol Bee FarmGood food? We got you covered! The AYS team will take care of your cravings as they walk through Bohol’s culinary journey.

Starting with the Bohol Bee Farm that has been well-known for its delectable ice cream, which made tourists love Bohol more than ever.

Makati City Pabakuna

Two also of the unique and Instagrammable restaurants serving tourists amidst this time of pandemic, will surely make your gastronomic experience memorable. La Vara restaurant welcomes you with an old mini bus, converted into a kitchen where they prepare their drinks and desserts, along with their drooling main courses that are a fusion of Asian cuisine. While MIST, despite being a young blood in Panglao, created an impression through their one of a kind combination of Asian and Western menu, waiting for you to rediscover.

AirAsia Bohol Panglao Dive Festival and Coastal Cleanup

Furthermore, AYS Season 2 will also feature the Panglao Dive Festival, an event spearheaded by the Department of Tourism, together with Panglao’s local government unit. The festival showcases an underwater photography contest, coastal clean up, and coral reef rescue and restoration.

Present in the festival were some celebrities and influencers, who willingly took part in the environmental advocacy of Panglao, and also one with AirAsia in boosting local tourism.

Included in the list are: Tim Yap, a Filipino TV and radio host, and columnist; Markki Stroem, a Norwegian Filipino crooner, host and model; and lastly, Daniel Matsunaga, a Japanese Brazilian model and actor.

Get ready also to fall in love with real life celebrity couple, Kim Molina and Jerald Napoles (Kimje) as they share their support in promoting a healthy eco-tourism during their recent trip flying to Bohol via AirAsia.

These and those are just some of the highlights you shouldn’t miss, and will surely make you say “Bohol has it all”.

Catch out AYS Season Two’s Bohol episodes, every Friday, 6PM on airasia’s Facebook page and Youtube Channel. “Kita ta sunod puhon sa Bohol” (See you in Bohol)!

AirAsia flies to Bohol, 4X weekly. Book your tickets now via airasia super app or airasia.com.