Siquijor island in the Philippines is loved by tourists, but its inhabitants believe it is home to ghosts, sorcerers and witches. Photo: Getty Images
Siquijor island in the Philippines is loved by tourists, but its inhabitants believe it is home to ghosts, sorcerers and witches. Photo: Getty Images
Tourism

Times Square in New York, Las Ramblas in Barcelona, Amsterdam’s red-light district – tourist attractions their cities’ residents never visit

  • New Yorkers can’t understand the attraction of Times Square, people in Barcelona give Las Ramblas a miss and Filipinos will urge you to avoid ‘haunted’ Siquijor
  • Indians would rather take the bus than the ‘toy train’ up the Himalayas to Shimla, and the House of Terror in Budapest is a place of dread for most Hungarians

Siquijor island in the Philippines is loved by tourists, but its inhabitants believe it is home to ghosts, sorcerers and witches. Photo: Getty Images
Siquijor island in the Philippines is loved by tourists, but its inhabitants believe it is home to ghosts, sorcerers and witches. Photo: Getty Images
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