Events Planning Ideas and Inspiration

the T’nalak Festival celebrates South Cotabato’s annual Foundation Day anniversary held in mid-July

The T’nalak Festival

Also called the Tinalak Fiesta, the T’nalak Festival celebrates South Cotabato’s annual Foundation Day anniversary

held in


Koronadal City

is the hub of activities for the festival, and the local T’boli

tribe of this region gave it the name T’nalak. This is derived from a colorful piece of abaca fabric cloth that their women


known as a T’nalak, which is the festivals motif.


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Museo de Intramuros will be open to the public starting May 2, 2019, and admission is free

Museo De Intramuros in Manila open to the public

As the Philippines celebrate National Heritage Month this May, the Department of Tourism (DOT) invites the public to explore and learn about Philippine culture and history by visiting Museo de Intramuros in Manila. Managed by the Intramuros Aministration (IA), Museo de Intramuros is located in two important reconstructions inside the walled city: the San Ignacio Church and the Mission House of the Society of Jesus. The museum was designed to house the period art collections of IA that

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Aliwan Fiesta 2019

There’s a festival which the mother of all and happens every year in the Philippines where dancers enter into fierce competitions. A one million Philippines peso grand prize; coupled with the crown title are the main incentives, though the Manila fiesta is packed with cultural and ethnic annotations as well as national pride.

Dancing and strutting all the best stuff on the street and stage; the Aliwan festival involves floats, the Reyna and Tugtog.

The Aliwan Fiesta

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Pateros Balut sa Puti Festival

If you’ve been to Asia specifically the Philippines, then you’ve probably heard of the Balut delicacy. An early morning or evening laying in your bed and you hear a vendor shouting “baloot! baloot!” this is the first experience most visitors and some locals have with the delicacy. What is Balut and what makes the aphrodisiac so special that it gets a whole festival to it name.


and Its Significance to Filipinos Balut

is a common dish in Asia where

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The Bangus Festival

The Bangus festival is celebrated in the city of Dagupan annually. The celebrations are centered on the appreciation of the city’s rich milkfish aquaculture production. Other subsidiary things highlighted in the event include trade fairs, selected sports events, and street parties. The annual event is held on the 14th day of April. What is the origin of the festival? How many days does the event last? What are some benefits of the events? Who can celebrate and what is the cultural significance

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Moriones Festival

During the holy week in Marinduque, the island shaped like a heart; a joyous festival happens simultaneously in all the towns in this province of the Philippines. A religious festival, ingrained with culture; the Moriones festival is a week full of colorful processions and holy aplomb. Running from 14th to the 21st, the Salubong; which is the activity that culminates the festivities will take place alongside mass. The Moriones festival is a rite of penance relating to the death and crucifixion

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Marinduque Tourist Attraction

Blessed with the bounty of landscape and seascape — overwhelming the sense in every turn - an island of endless fascination and pure enhancement. BOAC Boac Cathedral One of the oldest built heritage of the province. Started construction around 1590. Built with an earthquake baroque architecture located at the top of a hill surrounded by high stone walls and bulwarks, inside the enclosed compound is the original site of

the “ Ina ng Biglang –awa” shrine. Marinduque

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