pagadian city tourist spots Unlock Discover the best of Pagadian City

pagadian city tourist spots You can find many places and do many things in Pagadian City. Here’s a list of some of Pagadian City’s tourist spots, attractions and things to If you want to learn more about the first Lechon Fiestival in Pagadian you can read Hon Tyra Co Blog below 1st Lechon Festival –… Continue reading pagadian city tourist spots Unlock Discover the best of Pagadian City

pilipino festivals different festivities in the philippines

pilipino festivals STO. NIÑO FESTIVAL Nationwide Every first week of January Nationwide | Every first week of January A grand procession of over two hundred well-dressed images of the Child Jesus. BULAKLAKAN FESTIVAL Muntinlupa City, Metro Manila January 1 ATI-ATIHAN FESTIVAL Kalibo, Aklan January 3- January 16 ATI-ATIHAN FESTIVAL Kalibo, Aklan | January 3- January… Continue reading pilipino festivals different festivities in the philippines

food festival philippines

food festival philippines Kulinarya Festivals (Jan.-March) Date Event/Venue Description Organizer 2nd week of January UBI FESTIVAL Venue: Tagbilaran City Bohol For almost half a millennium, the ube tuber has been venerated by the Boholanos. To this day, the respect for the plant is still stronger than ever. The festival will institutionalize. The ubi crop as… Continue reading food festival philippines

churches in the philippines

MANILA CATHEDRAL Located in the Plaza Roma, Intramuros, Manila Cathedral is the main Roman Catholic church in the Philippines.. Officially known as the Manila Metropolitan Cathedral-Basilica, it is the seat of the Archibishop of the Archdiocese of Manila, who is normally regarded as the Roman Catholic Primate of the Philippines. Manila Cathedral is actually the… Continue reading churches in the philippines

top destinations in the philippines

top destinations in the philippines Where to go in The Philippines? Achieve your travel goals with this list of beautiful destinations, things to do, best places to visit, Philippines Banaue of Painterly Dreams Because of its high altitude, Banaue is often described as “where land merges with the clouds to meet the heavens” with the… Continue reading top destinations in the philippines

filipino food

filipino food The Philippines country culture starts in a tropical climate divided into rainy and dry seasons and an archipelago with 7,000 islands. These isles contain the Cordillera mountains; Luzon’s central plains; Palawan’s coral reefs; seas touching the world’s longest discontinuous coastline; and a multitude of lakes, rivers, springs, and brooks. The population—120 different ethnic… Continue reading filipino food

dr jose rizal

dr jose rizal was a supporter of peaceful reform whose 1896 execution In 1895, Rizal asked for permission to travel to Cuba as an army doctor. José Rizal, in full José Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda, (born June 19, 1861, Calamba, Philippines—died December 30, 1896, Manila), patriot, physician, and man of letters who was… Continue reading dr jose rizal

christmas in the philippines

Christmas in the Philippines (Filipino: Pasko sa Pilipinas), one of two predominantly Catholic countries in Asia is one of the biggest holidays in the island. When it comes to Christmas, no one celebrates it better than the Filipinos. Philippines is known for celebrating the longest Christmas season in the world. While Christmas is a holiday… Continue reading christmas in the philippines