Tried the Philippine travel level app? Let Leni Robredo outdo you

Images: Leni Robredo
Images: Leni Robredo

You may have been seeing images of a Philippine map in various colors on your feed. That’s thanks to a now-viral web app called My Philippines Travel Map, allowing users to track the provinces they have been to.

The map assigns scores or “levels” depending on whether they’ve stayed in a particular area for a long time, spent a night, or even passed through.

Even former Vice President Leni Robredo got in on the action, as she posted her own results to her supporters’ delight.

The former VP earned a score of Level 315, revealing that she has visited every province in the Philippines.


The app defines “visited” as having spent hours exploring the area but did not spend the night.

Robredo only identified two areas as having lived there: Camarines Sur, which is where Naga City, her hometown, is geographically located; and Metro Manila.

To refresh one’s memory: Robredo was noteworthy for launching a “people’s campaign” for the May 2022 presidential election, and became the only presidential candidate of that season to have visited all provinces in the Philippines.

The ex-VP’s post sent followers on a nostalgia trip.

“We have a winner,” one wrote.

“You also live in our hearts, ma’am,” another commented.

“The busiest Vice President in our history! The lack of funds did not stop you from serving your people. Your resourcefulness, innovativeness, positive outlook and goal oriented mindset pushed you to do the unimaginable. Thank you so much for continuing to uplift the lives of ordinary Filipinos,” one follower wrote.

Robredo founded the Angat Buhay Foundation after her term as Vice President expired, which continued the programs spearheaded under the Office of the Vice President.



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