Puyat welcomes 'better' Boracay, calls for responsible tourism
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Tourism Chief Bernadette Romulo-Puyat urges visitors to respect and observe local regulations to help protect and preserve Boracay Island. Puyat made the appeal during the much-awaited reopening of the island, stressing the importance of a collective effort from the island's residents and its visitors alike. "As we welcome a Better Boracay, the Department of Tourism urges everyone to be responsible tourists. It is the key to the preservation of this national treasure," says Puyat.
Puyat welcomes 'better' Boracay, calls for responsible tourism. (2018, November 4). Manila Bulletin, p. D-3.
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