How to get in touch with a rich traveler: The Philippines
The Philippines is home to one of the richest populations of the world, with a population of over 100 million people.
There are two main ways to visit, either by car or by air.
The country is one of a handful of countries that has a single-stop airport that allows you to reach most destinations in less than five hours, a feat that has attracted some of the best and brightest minds to the country.
A few years ago, the government launched a pilot project to expand the number of domestic flights, with an eye toward bringing in international travelers.
But as the Philippines has grown richer and more sophisticated, it has struggled to attract the world’s best and most creative people.
Now, as the country is still recovering from the devastating Typhoon Haiyan, it seems the Philippines will be facing its first real challenge in attracting more foreign talent to its cities.
What are the top 10 best ways to attract foreign talent in the Philippines?1.
Be educated abroad4.
Become a citizen5.
Go to an American university6.
Go into the public service7.
Become an entrepreneur8.
Become involved in the local community9.
Go for a walk10.
Do something different1.
Become educated abroad3,4.
Be a citizen, a citizen in the country, and in the city5.
Start your own business6.
Start a business7.
Take up a new hobby8.
Become engaged in local communities10.
Become more involved in your community1.
Become internationally educated, a second-generation Filipino3.
Go the world for work, a first-generation Filipina4.
Find a job in the US5.
Become part of the public health system6.
Be an international citizen7.
Learn how to cook and eat locally8.
Learn to cook locally9.
Make a living as a teacher10.
Go out in the open11.
Do things outside of your comfort zone12.
Be active outside of the home13.
Have a fun hobby15.
Go shopping for the holidays16.
Go on a walk17.
Learn more about local culture18.
Learn about a new city19.
Go see a friend20.
Become the parent of a child21.
Go fishing, hiking, and kayaking22.
Visit a park or a wildlife sanctuary23.
Go in the woods25.
Become active in your local community26.
Learn a new sport31.
Learn new languages32.
Learn martial arts34.
Learn sailing or kayaking35.
Become acquainted with a new language36.
Get a first aid course37.
Become fluent in another language38.
Get into a language program39.
Learn karate, kickboxing, and other forms of martial arts40.
Go swimming or cycling43.
Go kayaking or cycling48.
Become certified as a yoga teacher49.
Get certified as an athlete50.
Get in shape51.
Become physically active in order to become a certified athletic trainer52.
Become professionally certified in karate53.
Learn an event, sport, or craft54.
Become licensed as a martial artist55.
Become proficient in the martial art of karate56.
Become registered to vote57.
Become one of more than 20,000 registered candidates58.
Become affiliated with a club59.
Become in touch through Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter60.
Learn some local music61.
Get out to the local music festival62.
Go cycling or hiking64.
Go hiking or fishing65.
Go shooting or shooting competition67.
Learn archery or fly a kite69.
Learn fishing for sport70.
Learn the martial arts71.
Go ice skating72.
Learn boxing or boxing for sport74.
Go surfing or surfing for sport75.
Learn surfing or fishing80.
Learn judo or karate or kata82.
Learn fly dance or judo84.
Learn rock climbing86.
Learn hiking or mountain biking88.
Learn dancing or dance class90.
Learn tennis or rowing 91.
Learn horseback riding92.
Learn cross-country skiing or skiing or riding 93.
Learn riding a bicycle or riding a snowmobile94.
Learn tumbling, jumping, and diving95.
Learn snowshoeing or snowshoing97.
Learn canoeing or kayak98.
Learn windsurfing or sailing99.
Learn rowing or roped-oiling 100.
Learn table tennis101.
Learn shooting or rifle shooting