I've been told by a few growers that paph phil will flower often if grown in warm conditions, I've also seen a plant with only one small fan flowering (from the guy that told me they liked warmth)
I do keep them quite warm, around 28C, so it's over 80F. It it not so humid though.
Also they don't have a huge difference between the temperature at day and at night, so not sure if this could be another factor.
What other plants do you grow and how are they doing?
I'm wondering because without enough diurnal temperature difference, plants can suffer in the long run.
Lower night temperature is needed for proper transition of sugar into complex carb that plants store and use for other purposes.
If your other plants are doing well, then maybe it is not so much of a concern. Then, again, you might have enough day/night temp difference because apparently it has been growing so well.
Also it is very hard to find this type of orchids here and if I would manage to find one, it would be out of my budget. In the USA, you would probably find one for 15$ at the Home Depot but not here.
I'll bet any one person, they don't bloom within a year.
$50.00 says both plants are duds.
I'm good for it, and everybody knows it.
P. philippinense can be slow to get started on blooming. You have 5 growths & 2 new, so you are getting close, but don't give up even if it takes another 2 or 3 years. All of a sudden, it will "decide" its time. Once a plant is mature enough to start blooming, it should be fairly regular in its habit. Note how many growths and their size when it starts blooming. After than, when you repot, never divide the plant to a number of growths smaller than the number you had when it first bloomed. Some paphs like to be big clumps before they bloom.