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The Amazing Race Philippines
(season 1)
The Amazing Race Philippines logo.jpg
Season run October 29 – December 15, 2012
Filming dates June 7, 2012 – late June 2012
No. of episodes 38 episodes
Presenter Derek Ramsay
Winning team LJ Moreno & CJ Jaravata
Season statistics
Provinces visited 13
Cities visited 14
Municipalities visited 10
No. of legs 13
Distance traveled 3,000 km (1,900 mi)
Season chronology
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The first season of The Amazing Race Philippines features eleven teams of two, each with a pre-existing relationship, in a race around the Philippines. The show is hosted by Derek Ramsay.[1][2]

The show premiered on October 29, 2012. It aired every Mondays to Fridays at 9:00 PM (PST) and Saturdays at 8:30 PM (PST) on TV5; Also, a special marathon episode of every 6 weekly episodes aired on Sundays at 9:30 PM (PST).[3][4] The winner of the race wins 2 million.[5]

Celebrity best friends LJ Moreno & CJ Jaravata were the winners of the first season of The Amazing Race Philippines.

Production[edit]

Development and filming[edit]

It was in late 2011 when TV5 had announced that it has acquired the rights to air a local version of the reality show in the Philippines.[6][7][8] Filming took place in June of the following year. TV5 had commissioned the Australian production company, activeTV to produce the show.[9]

To promote the show, a mini race for the press was held on October 18, 2012 in Eastwood City. Press members were paired with a team from the race and completed different tasks together.[10] Teams had also appeared on various TV5 shows. Teams were interviewed on talk shows like Ang Latest and Good Morning Club, appeared on game shows like Million Peso Money Drop, Wiltime Bigtime among others.

The show also featured theater actor and director Audie Gemora as a judge in the Bingo task of Leg 1, and game show host Arnell Ignacio in the same Leg, as the quizmaster of the Ikot detour choice.[11]

Casting[edit]

Auditions were held from March 5, 2012 to April 27, 2012 (extended from April 2, 2012). Applicants must be at least 21 years old, a Filipino citizen or a permanent resident of the Philippines. Auditions were done via three methods: online, mail-in, and on-ground at TV5 Broadway Studio in Quezon City and at other various locations.[12]

On October 19, 2012, the contestants were revealed.[13] The cast includes celebrity best friends CJ Jaravata and LJ Moreno, beauty queen Danielle "Dani" Castaño and football player brothers Armand and Anton del Rosario.[14][15] Jervi Li of Team Amigas (with Saida Diola) was the first transgender contestant to compete on any series of The Amazing Race.

After the show, teams appeared on some of the network's TV shows. Pamela & Vanessa later appeared on their own reality show titled after their moniker on the race, The Alabang Housewives. Dani & Mish also guested on some episodes of Pinoy Explorer.

Broadcasting[edit]

Unlike its international counterparts, the show is broadcast as a weekday program airing 30 minutes per episode in 6 times a week, Monday through Saturday, compared to other versions of the show which airs 1 to 2 episodes per week.[16][17] Also, a special marathon episode of the daily episodes per week airs on Sundays.

On December 10, 2012, the show was preempted in order to give way for TV5's telethon to support the victims of typhoon Bopha (local name: Pablo).

Results[edit]

Team Relationship Position (by Leg) Roadblocks
1 22 3 4 5 + 69 7 8 9 10 11 12 13
LJ & CJ Celebrity Bestfriends 7th 2nd^ 2nd 4th< 6th» 5th 5th 5th 3rd^> 2nd 2nd 3rd 1st LJ 7, CJ 7
Fausto & Dayal Brothers-in-law 9th 8th 8th5 7th 2nd> 2nd 1st 3rd 1st+14 1stƒ 3rd 2nd 2nd18 Fausto 7, Dayal 6
Marc & Kat Gym Buddies 1st 1st§^3 1st 1st 4th<
»
ε,7
3rd 2nd11 1st 2nd+ 3rd16 1st 1st 3rd Marc 8, Kat 6
Sheena & Gee Reunited Friends 5th 6th° 5th 6th 7th 4th 4th 6th 5th<15 4th 4th 4th17 Sheena 7, Gee 5
Saida & Jervi Amigas 4th 3rd+ 4th 2nd 5th» 6th 6th 4th 4th 5th Saida 6, Jervi 4
Boom & Cheng Buddies 2nd 5th~ 3rd 3rd> 1st 1st 3rd11 2nd 6th^14 Boom 7, Cheng 2
Ed & Angel Father & Daughter 8th 4th+ 7th 8th 3rd> 7th 7th12 7th13 Ed 5, Angel 3
Dani & Mish Bombshells 3rd 7th 6th 5th 8th«
>
,8
8th10 Dani 2, Mish 410
Pamela & Vanessa Alabang Housewives 10th1 9th° 9th 9th6 Pamela 2, Vanessa 2
Anton & Armand Football Brothers 6th 10th~4 Anton 1, Armand 1
Crystel & Mykey Dating Couple 11th1 Crystel 1, Mykey 0
  • A red team placement means the team was eliminated.
  • A green ƒ indicates that the team won a Fast Forward.
  • A purple ε indicates that the team decided to use the Express Pass on that Leg.
  • A fuchsia § means the team used the Salvage Pass on that Leg to bypass a time limit instead of using it to save the last place team from elimination.
  • A blue team's placement indicates that the team came in last on a non-elimination Leg.
    • An underlined blue indicates that the team has not received a penalty.
    • An italicized blue placement indicates that the team has been "Marked for Elimination" which means that if they do not finish first the next leg of the race, they will receive an automatic 30-minute penalty.
  • A gold > or an orange » indicates that the team chose to use the Yield, < or « indicates the team who received it; <> around the Leg number indicates that the Yield for that Leg was available but not used.
  • Matching colored symbols (pink +, teal ^, magenta –, olive ~, and lime °) indicate teams who worked together during part of the Leg as a result of an Intersection.
  • A brown ⊃ indicates that the team chose to use the U-Turn; indicates the team who received it.
  • An underlined leg number indicates that there was no mandatory rest period at the Pit Stop and all teams were ordered to continue racing. An underlined team placement indicates that the team came in last on a "continue racing" leg was not eliminated.
  1. ^a b Due to rain, Crystel & Mykey and Pamela & Vanessa were unable to complete either Detour choices at Star City and instead, had their next clues given to them.
  2. ^ Boom & Cheng and Anton & Armand received a 14-minute penalty after breaking 14 jars in the burnay jar transporting task; Pamela & Vanessa and Sheena & Gee, 20 minutes for 20 jars; Fausto & Dayal and Dani & Mish, 11 minutes for 11 jars.
  3. ^ Marc & Kat used their Salvage Pass to enter the Bantay Bell Tower before the "Hours of Operation."
  4. ^ Anton & Armand initially arrived 4th, but were issued a 24-hour penalty as they contacted someone outside the race, which was strictly prohibited against the race rules. The last six teams trailing them checked-in during their penalty time, dropping Anton & Armand to last place and resulting in their elimination.[18][19]
  5. ^ Fausto & Dayal initially arrived 6th, but did not perform an additional task at the Maligcong Rice Terraces. They were instructed to perform the additional task before they could be checked in. Dani & Mish and Ed & Angel checked-in while they went back, dropping Fausto & Dayal to 8th.
  6. ^ Pamela & Vanessa did not complete final task properly. Already in last place, they were allowed to check-in and were eliminated without assessing the penalty.[20]
  7. ^ Marc & Kat used the Express Pass to bypass the Roadblock in Leg 5. Before using the Express Pass, Marc elected to perform the Roadblock, and this is reflected in the total Roadblock count.
  8. ^ Dani & Mish received a 20-minute penalty at the Roadblock site due to Dani asking Dayal the answer to the Roadblock puzzle. They had to turn the hourglass at the nearby Yield station before continuing with their Roadblock.
  9. ^ Leg 5 and Leg 6 were combined to featured a "Super Leg" and was shown over five episodes.
  10. ^ Dani did not finish the Roadblock after three attempts and she & Mish were issued a 4-hour penalty at the Roadblock site.[4]
  11. ^a b Boom & Cheng and Marc & Kat were each received a 1-hour penalty upon arrival at Manila for not riding a jeepney from the Pit Start to the bus terminal.
  12. ^ Ed & Angel did not finish the task at the Red Labuyo Restaurant and received a 2-hour penalty. They arrived at the Pit Stop last, but were notified that it was a non-elimination leg. The 2-hour penalty they would have taken from the task was instead applied to their starting time in Leg 8.
  13. ^ Ed & Angel had been "marked for elimination", however, since they checked-in last, they were eliminated without the 30-minute penalty being issued.
  14. ^a b Boom & Cheng and Fausto & Dayal were each issued a 40-minute penalty upon arriving in Mactan-Cebu International Airport for booking business class tickets instead of economy class tickets.
  15. ^ Sheena & Gee initially arrived 5th, but were not immediately allowed to check in because they did not come into agreement with their driver in their fare. Derek questioned the taxi driver and accepted; allowing Sheena & Gee to check-in. This did not affect their placement.
  16. ^ Marc & Kat initially arrived 2nd, but were issued a 40-minute penalty for untying the ropes used at the Lulubog Detour. LJ and CJ checked in during their penalty time, dropping them to 3rd place.
  17. ^ Sheena & Gee initially arrived 3rd, but were issued a 30-minute penalty for being "Marked for Elimination" and not arriving 1st. LJ and CJ checked in during the penalty time, dropping Sheena & Gee to last place and resulting in their elimination.
  18. ^ At the Smart Puerto Princesa challenge on Leg 13, Fausto and Dayal were issued a 15-minute penalty for using one of the illegal words in the description.

Voting history[edit]

In addition to the original Yield format used on the fourth Leg and ninth Leg, where only a single team can Yield another team of their choosing, all teams on the fifth and sixth Legs voted for who should receive the Yield and U-Turn. This format is similar to the format introduced on the second season of Israel's version of the race, HaMerotz LaMillion. Teams would encounter, at the beginning of the leg, a board where they had to cast their vote for the team they wanted to either Yield (leg 5) or U-Turn (leg 6). The team with the most Yield votes must stop racing for a predetermined amount of time later in the race before continuing; while the team who has the most U-Turn votes must complete both tasks of the Detour.

Yield U-Turn
Leg # 5 6
Result: Marc & Kat

Dani & Mish
3-3-1-1[20]
Dani & Mish
3-2-2-1
Voter Vote
LJ & CJ Dani & Mish Dani & Mish
Fausto & Dayal Marc & Kat Marc & Kat
Marc & Kat Dani & Mish Dani & Mish
Sheena & Gee Fausto & Dayal Fausto & Dayal
Saida & Jervi Dani & Mish Dani & Mish
Boom & Cheng LJ & CJ Fausto & Dayal
Ed & Angel Marc & Kat Marc & Kat
Dani & Mish Marc & Kat LJ & CJ

Prizes[edit]

The prize for each Leg is awarded to the first place team for that Leg. The cash prizes for Legs 1 to 10 are sponsored by American Tourister, the cash prize in Leg 11 was sponsored by Smart Communications, and the prize for Leg 12 was a one-year supply of fuel with Techron and was sponsored by Caltex; while the grand prize for the race was sponsored by Brother Industries Philippines. The prize on each leg before the final leg was ₱200,000, with the grand prize on the final leg being ₱2,000,000. Additional prizes were awarded as follows:

  • The winners of Leg 1 won the Salvage Pass, enabling them to either save the last place team from elimination or receive a 30-minute headstart at any point where they are faced with a time restriction.
  • The winners of Leg 3 won the Express Pass, allowing them at a later point during the race to bypass any task and automatically receive their next clue.
  • In Leg 11, the team that finished the printer task at Marajo Tower the fastest were awarded ₱100,000 worth of printers and printing supplies courtesy of Brother Industries Philippines; it was coincidental that the winners of the regular ₱200,000 prize also won the bonus prize.

Race summary[edit]

The complete route map of The Amazing Race Philippines 1.
Destinations Legenda lotnisko.svg Air travel   Legenda kolej.svg Rail travel   Legenda prom.svg Water travel   Bus-logo.svg Bus travel
Route Markers Detour icon.svg Detour   Roadblock icon.svg Roadblock   Fast Forward icon.svg Fast Forward   Yield icon.svg Yield   Intersection icon.svg Intersection   U-Turn icon.svg U-Turn   TAR-pitstop-icon.png Pit Stop

Leg 1 (Metro Manila)[edit]

The first Pit Stop of The Amazing Race Philippines took place at University of Santo Tomas in Manila.

Air dates: October 29 – November 2, 2012

In the first Roadblock of the race, one team member had to throw five basketballs from the 15 feet (4.6 m) free throw line into a hoop in order to receive their next clue. This Leg's Detour was a choice between Pindot (Press) or Ikot (Spin). In Pindot, teams needed to find and take a picture of a route marker flag (located in another ride called the Wild River) using a camera while riding an inverted roller coaster called the Star Flyer. In Ikot, teams needed to solve three mathematical questions while riding a pendulum ride called the Star Frisbee. If they had successfully answered all three questions, the quizmaster would give them their next clue. If teams failed to answer one question correctly, they would have to repeat the ride again.[11][21]

Additional tasks[11][21]
  • At the start of the race, teams had to go up the burial walls in order to get their first clue on top of their backpacks.
  • At the Manila Yacht Club, teams had to decode nautical flags with decoders scattered around the area. The phrase needed to get their next clue was "Blue Skies and Calm Waters".
  • At Midas Hotel and Casino, teams had to change into formal wear and enter the casino to play a special game of Baccarat. The chips they would earn had letters on them that they needed in order to spell out their next destination (Astrodome).
  • At Plaza Miranda, teams had to convince twelve people to sing the song Bingo with them and a Rondalla band to a judge's satisfaction in order to receive their next clue.

Leg 2 (Metro Manila → Ilocos Sur)[edit]

The Historic Town of Vigan, was visited in the second Leg of the race. Pictured above is Calle Crisologo where teams had to transport 60 burnay jars to a marked store.

Air dates: November 3 & 5 – 6, 2012

The Detour was a choice between Gawa (Work) and Nguya (Chew). In Gawa, teams had to make two dozen Vigan longanizas to the standards of the assigned longaniza vendor in order to receive their next clue. In Nguya, teams had to eat a plate of 70 longanizas in order to receive their next clue. In this Leg's Roadblock, one team member had to ride a kayak and paddle through the river to reach his partner rappelling down the bridge. Once the team was reunited, the paddler must then reach the river banks to receive their next clue.[21]

Additional tasks[21]
  • At Pagburnayan District, Intersected teams had to carry and transport 60 burnay jars to a marked shop at Calle Crisologo using a horse driven bamboo cart called a kariton. If the intersected teams broke more than five jars, the teams would incur a one-minute time penalty per each broken jar.
  • At Plaza Burgos, teams had to participate in a traditional Pukpok Palayok game. One team member would be blindfolded and had to smash the clay pot where their next clue was contained. The other member had to use a tambourine to help guide their blindfolded partner to the pot.

Leg 3 (Ilocos Sur → Mountain Province)[edit]

The third Leg of the race took place in the town of Bontoc, Mountain Province and its surrounding rice terraces.

Air dates: November 7 – 9, 2012

In this Leg's Detour, teams had to choose between Magkarga (Carry) or Magsaka (Plow). In Magkarga, teams had to gather 20 chickens at Kimakims Chicken Farm and transport these chickens to the Bontoc Public Market. In Magsaka, teams had to plow a rice field, with the aid of a water buffalo, to find their next clue within the mud. In this Leg's Roadblock, one team member had to dance a traditional Bontoc dance with a jar placed atop their head for 90 seconds, all without touching the jar while dancing. If the jar fell, the team member would have to wait for their turn again.[20]

Additional tasks[20]
  • At the start of the Leg, teams had to ride a marked vehicle to reach Bontoc, Mountain Province.
  • After crossing Kadchog Hanging Bridge, teams must look for the right clue from a number of clue boxes placed among sections of the Kadchog Rice Terraces.
  • Teams had to ride a marked jeepney to reach the Pit Stop.
  • At Maligcong Rice Terraces, each team member had to pack and sack 20 kilograms (44 lb) of rice and carry it to the Pit Stop.

Leg 4 (Mountain Province → Benguet)[edit]

One of the Detour choices in Baguio was selling 10 pieces of a popular local craft, homemade softbrooms.

Air dates: November 10 & 12 – 13, 2012

or
  • Bus: Sagada (Lizardo Bus Station) to Baguio, Benguet (Lizardo Bus Terminal)
  • Itogon (Balatoc Mines) Roadblock: "Do you want to be very rich?"
  • Baguio (Baguio City Old Market) Yield (Boom & Cheng Yielded LJ & CJ Detour: Sell 10 or Buy 10
  • Baguio (Baguio City Old Market – BM Parungao Shoe Store)
  • Baguio (Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto) Pit Stop: Leg 4

In this Leg's Roadblock, the chosen team member needed to go into a mine and search for a key in the holes of the mine shaft to open a chest with a gold bullion. The gold bullion needed to be brought outside the mine and be given to a gold miner in order to receive their next clue. In this Leg's Detour, teams must choose between Sell 10 or Buy 10. In Sell 10, teams needed to sell 10 broomsticks for 60 pesos each in order to receive their next clue. In Buy 10, teams must buy 10 listed items in a photo album within the allocated budget.

Additional tasks
  • At BM Parungao Shoe Store, teams needed to pair 10 shoes scattered over the shoe shop.
  • Teams needed to travel to the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto by riding a jeepney.
  • Teams had to count the number of steps going to the Our Lady of Lourdes Grotto. Once the teams counted the correct number of steps (215), teams would be allowed to check-in.

Leg 5 (Benguet → Zambales)[edit]

Teams visited Subic for this leg of the Race.

Air dates: November 14 – 16, 2012

In this Leg's Roadblock, one team member had to solve a puzzle, by arranging six Philippine Presidents in order (Presidents Ferdinand Marcos to Benigno Aquino III), found in a computer tablet within a 15-second time limit while his partner is hanging on a harness 100 feet (30 m) above the ground. If the puzzle was correctly answered, their partner will be slowly lowered to the ground. If they fail to solve the puzzle within a time limit, their partner will free fall and they would have to repeat the task.

Additional tasks
  • At the start of the Leg, teams had to cast their vote for the team they wish to Yield before driving a car to Subic Freeport.
  • At Zoobic Safari, teams had to feed tigers in order to receive their next clue.
  • At the Global Ship Terminal, teams had to break a solid concrete tube using the provided tools in order to retrieve their next clue which was encased inside of the tube.
Additional note
  • This leg ends with a virtual pit stop and therefore creates a "Super Leg" with Leg 6 continued below.

Leg 6 (Zambales → Pampanga & Tarlac)[edit]

In this leg's Roadblock, teams need to ride an ultralight aircraft, similar to the photo above, and hit a target on the ground while flying using a flour bomb.

Air dates: November 17 & 19, 2012

In this Leg's Roadblock, one team member had to ride an ultralight aircraft and hit a big target on the ground using a flour bomb. Teams had to get a total of at least 5 points in order to receive their next clue. In this Leg's Detour, teams had to choose between Tamaan (Hit) or Iwasan (Evade). In Tamaan, teams had to hit a certain point of the target by using a pistol and a rifle. When they hit the right spot, they would receive their next clue. In Iwasan, teams had to go through an obstacle course while evading paintball shooters to retrieve their next clue in the bags hung at the other end of the course.

Additional tasks
  • Upon arriving at Air Force City Park, teams needed to look for a jet trainer aircraft, a T33 Thunderbird, placed as a landmark within the park. Within the vicinity of that landmark is a board where they had to cast their vote for the team they want to U-Turn.
  • At SM City Clark, teams had to park their car at a marked rectangle and seek the help of ten people to lift their car to another rectangular marking. After transferring the car, the team and the ten people must stack themselves into the car for 30 seconds.
  • Upon arriving at the foot of Mt. Pinatubo, teams have to drive a 4x4 jeep to Sitio Tarukan.

Leg 7 (Pampanga → Albay)[edit]

In this leg of the race, teams visited the remains of Cagsawa Church, a church destroyed by the Mayon Volcano.

Air dates: November 20 – 22, 2012

In this leg's Detour, teams had to choose between Jig or Pig. In Jig, teams would have to don costumes and perform a traditional Ibalong dance to the satisfaction of two judges. In Pig, teams would have to cover each other in mud and powder and enter a muddy pen to catch four pigs. Once each team member caught two pigs and put them in another pen, a farmer would give them their next clue. In this leg's Roadblock, teams have to pick one luggage among those that they had brought with them at the start of the Leg. They would then ride an all-terrain vehicle to deliver that one luggage to a local chieftain who would open it for them. If they pick the luggage without the clue, they would have to go back to their partners and choose another luggage until they find the one with their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • Teams had to ride a marked jeepney in order to travel to all the race locations of this leg.
  • From the start of the leg at the Holiday Inn Clark, teams had to carry eight luggages all the way to the Pit Stop.
  • At Red Labuyo Restaurant, teams had to eat a bowl of Bicol Express and a bowl of strawberry ice cream to receive their next clue.
  • At the World War II Japanese Tunnel, teams had to find their next clue which was hidden inside a box.

Leg 8 (Albay)[edit]

The Detour in Albay had teams choosing between Crab and Coconut. In Crab, teams had to find a basket filled with crabs and deliver it to a fisherman; while in Coconut, teams need to scrape out coconut meat and produce coconut milk.

Air dates: November 23 – 24 & 26, 2012

  • Legazpi (Legazpi Public Market – Lana's Halo-Halo Store and Yanzon Store)
  • Detour: Crab or Coconut Bacacay (Barangay Damacan – Crab Farm or Village Hut)
  • Ferry: Bacacay (Sula Port) to Bacacay (Cagraray Island)
  • Bacacay (Cagraray Island – Misibis Bay Resort and Casino) Roadblock: "Who's ready to open their palms to unlock their next clue?"
  • Bacacay (Misibis Bay Resort and Casino – Luyang Beach)
  • Bacacay (Misibis Bay Resort and Casino – Mosboron Beach) Pit Stop: Leg 8

In this leg's Detour, teams had to choose between Crab or Coconut. In Crab, teams had to find a basket filled with crabs in a muddy swamp and deliver it to a nearby fisherman, who would give them their next clue. In Coconut, teams had to scrape out meat from two and a half coconuts manually. Then, teams had to produce coconut milk from the meat and fill a container by half (350 ml). When they have filled the container, they would receive their next clue. In this leg's Roadblock, teams needed to go to the lobby of the Misibis Bay Resort and Casino and get four cocktail drinks. Using one hand, the team member had to carry these drinks on a tray while searching for the correct room (while using an electronic key to open the doors) containing their next clue, If they drop the drinks, they would have to go back to the lobby and get a new set.

Additional tasks
  • At Legazpi Public Market, teams needed to eat bowls of Halo-halo in order to reveal a sticker at the bottom of the bowl which would point them to Yanzon Store where they would have to exchange their empty bowls for their next clue.
  • Upon arriving at Luyang Beach in Misibis Bay Resort and Casino, teams had to build a raft from the provided materials and paddle themselves to Mosboron Beach, the Pit Stop for the eighth leg of the race.
Additional information
  • Teams ride a marked jeepney for the duration of the leg.

Leg 9 (Albay → Cebu)[edit]

Upon arriving Lapu-Lapu, teams searched for the Lapu-Lapu Shrine for a clue.

Airdate: November 27 – 30, 2012

In this Leg's Detour, teams had to choose between Saang (Shellfish) or Uling (Charcoal). In Saang, teams had to open and skewer shellfishes. And using a Kariton, they must sell 35 shellfishes for not less than 15 pesos per stick, for a total of 525 pesos. In Uling, teams had to find a marked stall outside the Tabo-an Market and repack 2 sacks of charcoal into 50 plastic bags according to the criteria of a judge, after which teams will be given their next clue. In this leg's Roadblock, one team member had to rock climb, and then, climb a ladder to the top most portion of the tower to retrieve their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At Vanafi, teams must arrange jewelries from the least expensive to the most expensive.
  • At Coco Hair Studio in Parkmall, the Intersected teams had to convince two people to allow them to wash, blow dry and style their hair. If a hairstylist is satisfied with their work, they could receive their next clue, afterwards, teams were no longer Intersected.
Additional note
  • While performing the Roadblock, the team member climbing encountered an "Anonymous Yield" halfway up the tower, the one performing the Roadblock had to decide which team they wanted to yield before continuing the Roadblock.

Leg 10 (Cebu → Aklan)[edit]

The island of Boracay in Malay, was the location of the tenth leg of the race.

Airdate: December 1 & 3, 2012

  • Cebu (Cebu Provincial Capitol)
  • Flight: Lapu-Lapu (Mactan-Cebu International Airport) to Malay, Aklan Aklan (Godofredo P. Ramos Airport)
  • Boat: Malay (Caticlan Tabon Boat Terminal) to Boracay, Malay (Boracay Jetty Port)
  • Boracay (Willy's Rock at White Beach)
  • Boracay (White Beach) Detour: Lulubog o Lilitaw
  • Boracay (Bolabog Road Barangay Boat Station 1 – R.P. Barber) Fast Forward: Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow (Magpakalbo)
  • Boracay (Sprite Beach Party at White Beach)
  • Roadblock: "How deep are you?" Boracay (Puka Shell Beach)
  • Boracay (Ilig Iligan Beach) Pit Stop: Leg 10

In the only Fast Forward of the race, one team had to proceed to R.P. Barber where both team members have their heads shaved at a nearby street barber. Once completed, they would then receive their Fast Forward clue that would point them to the location of the Pit Stop. The Detour was a choice between Lulubog (To Sink) and Lilitaw (To Float). In Lulubog, teams had to dive using marine walk helmets and remove two tubes in a rope path without untying them from a board maze. In Lilitaw, teams had to ride a double outrigger canoe sail boat called Paraw and one team member must sail the boat to three orange buoys where in each buoy, the other team member had to get one coconut. In this leg's Roadblock, one team member should dig at a marked area at the shore of the Puka Shell Beach and should dig deep enough to reveal their buried clue.

Additional task
  • At Sprite Beach Party, teams had to find a man carrying a bottle case of Sprite. They will receive their clue if they can find the logo of The Amazing Race Philippines under the cap. If their bottle does not have the logo, they have to drink the contents of the bottle before they could try again. They are not obliged, however, to drink the contents of the bottle containing the logo.
Additional note
  • Two episodes aired back-to-back on December 1, making this leg having three episodes.

Leg 11 (Aklan → Metro Manila → Palawan)[edit]

In this leg, the teams visited Puerto Princesa Subterranean River in Palawan where they had to search the cave walls for a date.

Airdate: December 4 – 8, 2012

In this leg's Roadblock, one team member must ride an 800-metre (0.50 mi) long zip line and will need to memorize the pattern of four sets of different colors (Red, Blue, Yellow; Green, Red, Yellow; Yellow, Blue, Red; Blue, Yellow, Green) located on the four boats. Once ashore, that team member must reconstruct it using colored rectangular boards in order to receive their next clue. The Detour was a choice between Swing and Stroke. In Swing, teams must proceed to an elementary school and find a marching band. They would then follow and learn a 5 step baton swirling routine in order to receive their next clue. The first team to finish this task will donate ₱100,000 worth of printers to the school courtesy of Brother Industries Philippines. In Stroke, teams must proceed to a nearby shore. There, teams have to find a boat to refurbish it by painting and fixing dents on it to receive their next clue.

Additional tasks
  • At the showroom of Brother Industries in Marajo Tower, teams had to figure out which year women were allowed to vote in the Philippines and enter the year onto a printer. If they entered the correct year (1937 → 1-9-3-7) the printer would print out "Correct" and The Amazing Race Philippines logo on the back which they would use to exchange for their next clue.
  • At Sabang Beach, teams needed to assemble the tents they would be sleeping in for the night. If a ranger is satisfied with what they have assembled, they would get their next clue and a corresponding time (based on military time) of their departure the next day.
  • At the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River, teams had to enter the river and search for the date of the first visit of Lt. H.G. Warwick to the Subterranean River (March 18, 1937). When they see it, teams must take a picture of it and present it to a boat master in exchange for their next clue.
  • At the Elephant Cave, teams must first break open several coconuts using the tool provided in order to find one that had a red-colored flesh in exchange for their next clue.

Leg 12 (Palawan)[edit]

In one of the two Detour choices of this leg, teams had to find marked stalls in a public market and had to get 3 group of items (blocks of ice, a tray of eggs, and eels that are similar to the photo above) that they had to deliver to a local restaurant.

Airdate: December 8 & 11 – 13, 2012

  • Puerto Princesa (Baheli Wharf)
  • Puerto Princesa (Malvar Street)
  • Detour: Count or Carry Puerto Princesa (Puerto Princesa Public Market and/or JA Seafoods Restaurant)
  • Boat: Puerto Princesa (Sta. Lourdes Wharf) to Honda Bay (Starfish Island)
  • Roadblock: "Ma-"BOTE" ka ba? (Are you Good?)" Honda Bay (Starfish Island)
  • Honda Bay (Pandan Island)
  • Honda Bay (Luli Island) Pit Stop: Leg 12

In this Leg's Detour, teams had to choose between Count and Carry. In Count, teams had to find marked fish stalls and count the number of fishes inside a container given to them, amidst the noisiness of the market vendors and their surroundings. When they gave the correct number (926), the fish vendor will hand them their next clue. In Carry, teams had to find marked stalls where they will get three eels, a tray of eggs, and two blocks of ice which they needed to deliver to JA Seafoods Restaurant. When they had delivered the items in good condition, the restaurant owner would give them their next clue. In this Leg's Roadblock, one team member have to look among hundreds of bottles scattered around the shore for the bottle containing the message with their next destination written on it.

Additional tasks
  • At Malvar Street, teams needed to figure out that their next clue was inside a tricycle roving the street with the words "CLUE BOX" painted on the front.
  • At Honda Bay, teams had to ride a marked boat to reach each of the island destinations.
  • At Pandan Island, one team member had to correctly match the five answers of his teammate from the five questions asked to them. The questions were related to the 11 teams of the race. The teams were asked the following questions:
  • Which team can Help Them?
  • Which team can Lie to Them?
  • Which team has Good Teamwork?
  • Which team they do not Want?
  • Which team has Bad Luck on their side?
The other team member then had to guess his or her teammate's answers, and they would receive their next clue if their answers match.

Leg 13 (Palawan → Davao del Sur → Davao del Norte)[edit]

In the last leg of the race, teams visited the People's Park in Davao City where they needed to find their next clue which was transcribed onto a book held by a woman statue.

Airdate: December 14 – 15, 2012[22]

In the leg's first Roadblock, one team member must arrange chronologically 12 numbered flags, which represents the 12 legs of the race, by placing them beside each of the 12 wood statues that have engravings of the regions of the Philippines. Once teams got the correct order of correct flags, they would receive their next clue. In the race's final Roadblock, one team member had to ride a motorcycle and finish 20 laps in a motorcross course in order to receive their clue.[23]

Additional tasks[23]
  • At Smart Puerto Princesa, a team member had to call his other teammate at Sheena Travel Asia, while using the smartphones provided by Smart, to describe their next destination (Davao) from the image displayed on a computer tablet without using the words given to them.
  • At People's Park, teams had to find their next clue which was transcribed on the book held by a statue of a woman.
  • At Davao Crocodile Park, a team had to walk on a tightrope together across a crocodile pen.
  • At Ana Marina Resort, teams had to ride a jetski and search the sea for their next clue below the 97th buoy.
  • At Santa Isla, teams had to unearth the correct treasure chest buried in the shore for their final clue.
Additional note
  • During the Pit Stop, teams had to record a video message for their loved ones back home.
  • Two episodes aired back-to-back on December 14 and 15, making this leg having four episodes.
  • At the time of the first Roadblock (the 13th Roadblock of the race), a team member that had performed a total of seven Roadblocks was prohibited to do the task and requires their other team member to perform said task. For the second Roadblock, the Roadblock cap had been reset to zero; either team member can perform the task.
  • Teams were prohibited to travel from Sta. Ana Wharf en route to Samal Island.

Television ratings[edit]

Television ratings for the first season of The Amazing Race Philippines on TV5 are based from two firms, AGB Nielsen and Kantar Media - TNS. AGB Nielsen mostly covers Mega Manila, while Kantar Media - TNS covers mostly the Philippines.

Week Television Ratings, Timeslot & Primetime Rankings of The Amazing Race Philippines (season 1)1 Media Source
Daily Episodes
(Weekdays at 9:00 PM; Saturdays at 8:30 PM)
Marathon Episodes
(Sundays at 9:30 PM)
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
1 5.1%; #3, < #10
(October 29, 2012)
5.2%; #3, < #10
(October 30, 2012)
5.0%; #3, < #10
(October 31, 2012)
5.0%; #3, < #10
(November 1, 2012)
6.1%; #3, < #10
(November 2, 2012)
5.5%; #3, < #10
(November 3, 2012)
5.3%; #4, < #10
(November 4, 2012)
AGB Nielsen [24][25][26]
3.6%; #3, < #10
(October 29, 2012)
3.8%; #4, < #10
(October 30, 2012)
4.1%; #4, < #10
(October 31, 2012)
3.2%; #3, < #10
(November 1, 2012)
3.5%; #3, < #10
(November 2, 2012)
3.1%; #3, < #10
(November 3, 2012)
2.8%; #4, < #10
(November 4, 2012)
Kantar Media - TNS [24][27][28]
2 6.7%; #3, < #10
(November 5, 2012)
5.7%; #3, < #10
(November 6, 2012)
6.0%; #3, < #10
(November 7, 2012)
6.6%; #3, < #10
(November 8, 2012)
6.8%; #3, < #10
(November 9, 2012)
6.1%; #3, < #10
(November 10, 2012)
4.9%; #4, < #10
(November 11, 2012)
AGB Nielsen [29][30]
4.1%; #3, < #10
(November 5, 2012)
4.0%; #3, < #10
(November 6, 2012)
4.0%; #3, < #10
(November 7, 2012)
4.1%; #3, < #10
(November 8, 2012)
4.0%; #3, < #10
(November 9, 2012)
3.0%; #3, < #10
(November 10, 2012)
2.5%; #3, < #10
(November 11, 2012)
Kantar Media - TNS [31][32]
3 7.2%; #3, < #10
(November 12, 2012)
7.3%; #3, < #10
(November 13, 2012)
6.7%; #3, < #10
(November 14, 2012)
7.4%; #3, < #10
(November 15, 2012)
6.1%; #3, < #10
(November 16, 2012)
7.4%; #3, < #10
(November 17, 2012)
5.7%; #4, < #10
(November 18, 2012)
AGB Nielsen [29][30][33][34][35][36]
3.5%; #3, < #10
(November 12, 2012)
N/A; N/A, < #10
(November 13, 2012)
3.7%; #4, < #10
(November 14, 2012)
4.2%; #3, < #10
(November 15, 2012)
4.0%; #3, < #10
(November 16, 2012)
3.4%; #4, < #10
(November 17, 2012)
2.5%; #5, < #10
(November 18, 2012)
Kantar Media - TNS [37][38][39][40]
4 7.0%; #3, < #10
(November 19, 2012)
N/A; N/A, < #10
(November 20, 2012)
N/A; N/A, N/A
(November 21, 2012)
5.9%; #3, < #10
(November 22, 2012)
9.9%; #3, < #10
(November 23, 2012)
7.0%; #4, < #10
(November 24, 2012)
6.2%; #2, < #10
(November 25, 2012)
AGB Nielsen [35][36][41][42]
4.5%; #3, < #10
(November 19, 2012)
4.6%; #3, < #10
(November 20, 2012)
4.2%; #3, < #10
(November 21, 2012)
3.6%; #3, < #10
(November 22, 2012)
5.4%; #3, < #10
(November 23, 2012)
3.3%; #4, < #10
(November 24, 2012)
2.9%; #4, < #10
(November 25, 2012)
Kantar Media - TNS [39][40][43][44]
5 7.2%; #3, < #10
(November 26, 2012)
6.7%; #3, < #10
(November 27, 2012)
7.7%; #3, < #10
(November 28, 2012)
8.7%; #3, < #10
(November 29, 2012)
7.6%; #3, < #10
(November 30, 2012)
9.8%; #3, < #10
(December 1, 2012)2
6.9%; #4, < #10
(December 2, 2012)
AGB Nielsen [41][42][45][46]
4.1%; #4, < #10
(November 26, 2012)
3.9%; #3, < #10
(November 27, 2012)
5.0%; #3, < #10
(November 28, 2012)
4.9%; #4, < #10
(November 29, 2012)
4.8%; #3, < #10
(November 30, 2012)
4.8%; #3, < #10
(December 1, 2012)2
2.9%; #3, < #10
(December 2, 2012)
Kantar Media - TNS [43][44][47][48]
6 8.7%; #3, < #10
(December 3, 2012)
7.8%; #3, < #10
(December 4, 2012)
7.7%; #3, < #10
(December 5, 2012)
7.7%; #3, < #10
(December 6, 2012)
9.7%; #3, < #10
(December 7, 2012)
8.6%; #3, < #10
(December 8, 2012)2
6.8%; #3, < #10
(December 9, 2012)
AGB Nielsen [45][46][49][50]
4.6%; #3, < #10
(December 3, 2012)
3.6%; #3, < #10
(December 4, 2012)
4.5%; #4, < #10
(December 5, 2012)
4.2%; #3, < #10
(December 6, 2012)
5.5%; #3, < #10
(December 7, 2012)
4.3%; #3, < #10
(December 8, 2012)2
2.9%; #3, < #10
(December 9, 2012)
Kantar Media - TNS [47][48][51][52]
7 Show Preempted
(December 10, 2012)3
8.4%; #3, < #10
(December 11, 2012)
8.0%; #3, < #10
(December 12, 2012)
6.8%; #3, < #10
(December 13, 2012)
N/A; N/A, N/A
(December 14, 2012)2
N/A; N/A, N/A
(December 15, 2012)2
N/A; N/A, N/A
(December 16, 2012)
AGB Nielsen [53][54]
4.8%; #4, < #10
(December 11, 2012)
4.7%; #3, < #10
(December 12, 2012)
4.6%; #4, < #10
(December 13, 2012)
5.1%; #3, N/A
(December 14, 2012)2
5.8%; #4, N/A
(December 15, 2012)2
2.4%; #4, N/A
(December 16, 2012)
Kantar Media - TNS [55][56][57]
  1. ^ Note that the table information are shown as, for example, "4.5%; #3, < #10" where "4.5%" is the television rating, "#3" is the timeslot ranking, and "< #10" is the primetime ranking.
  2. ^a b c d e f On December 1, 8, 14 & 15, 2012, TV5 aired back-to-back episodes.
  3. ^ No episode aired on December 10 to make way for the channel's telethon for Typhoon Pablo's victims.

See also[edit]

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