Asking for medical advice on a forum, is probably not the ideal approach.
You really need to talk about where you plan to go and what you plan to do, with your family physician since they know your health history and a tropical disease specialist, as they know what you might encounter. Sadly travel vaccination clinics tend to have a broad understanding (similar to what you get from the CDC) rather than specific knowledge of each country and environment. And often err on the side of caution, over prescribing shots.
I think as a whole, Expats living in places like the Philippines get very few vaccinations, rather they adjust their lifestyles to mitigate the risks, such as using mosquito repellents when out in the forests to avoid being possibly bit by Dengue or JE or Malaria bearing mosquitoes.
But the fact that an Expat doesn't get inoculated, doesn't automatically mean you can avoid it too. You need to understand the risks and consequences first, then make your own decision.