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It's More Fun in the Philippines: Jollibee's Happy Filipinos

Just saw these really cool, and funny, videos at the Department of Tourism (DOT) YouTube page.  New ads for our It's More Fun in the Philippines tourism campaign.  This time in cooperation with Jollibee.

It shows Bogart the Explorer from Davao City, that really funny guy with the fake Aussie accent, as he tours Kirk, a Philippine tourist (Laboysus Turistocus) to the different Northern provinces of the Philippines. (You can also view the video here on YouTube.)

It's so funny! I do say that we need to seriously replace some of our tourism ads already.  Would you believe the ads being shown at the Philippine Embassy in Singapore looks like they've been produced during the 1990s! 

Bravo, DOT and Jollibee! 


  1. Haven't watched that. Search ko nga mamaya.hehe.

  2. LOL! Thanks for sharing! You once told me that Swensen's has proper food in Singapore btw. Do you have a blogpost on this, by any chance? I'm intrigued! :)

    1. Oh! Not yet. We haven't been dining at Swensen's for a while now. I'll have to remember that when we go out one of these days. =)

  3. You can never underestimate the humor of Filipinos... uncanny! :)

    1. So true. Those big media outfits always underestimates our intelligence. There should be more intelligent entertainment like these. =)

  4. Great blog dear!
    Would u like to follow each other?


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