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Kadayawan Festival in Davao

In the city of Davao, Philippines, a festival that celebrates by offering thanksgiving for life, nature's gifts and bountiful harvests is held from the 13th to the 19th of August. One of the significant fetes in the country, the Kadayawan Festival seeks to make an appreciation for all of life's good things, including good health, and is rooted in pagan deity worship. Throughout the city, colorful events come alive with dance competitions, street performances, and the floral float parade Davao

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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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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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Panagbenga Festival

Panagbenga Festival 2019

Baguio city on Luzon Island in the Philippines comes alive with pomp and flowers throughout February, especially on weekends. The Panagbenga festival blooms the city in all manner of color and was formerly a two-week long event. Of late the Baguio flower festival has manifested into a five-week occurrence. Activities include parades, shows by bands, a Pony Boys Day and even a military homecoming. The opening ceremonies with the drum lyre competitions and eliminations happen on 1st February

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samgyupsalamat

SamgyupSalamat Under Korean Alley is Getting Bigger

Samgyupsalamat was coined from the word “Samgyupsal” which is “Pork belly” in Korea, and “Salamat”, which means “Thank you” in the Filipino. Combining the two, it makes “Samgyupsalamat”. It is kind of a language play but to add a meaning to it, it means, “Thank you for eating Samgyupsal”. From more and more customers a day to waiting customers in line. That is our story. That is Samgyupsalamat’s story. “SamgyupSalamat /Zoomanity Group in UnliCity At Century CityMall were very helpful in

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Masbate

Masbate’s 5 Hidden Wonders You Need to Discover this 2018

In the center of the Philippine archipelago lies the beautiful province of Masbate. As a coastal area, Masbate Province is blessed with pristine white beaches hidden in all its three major islands. And aside from these beaches, the province is also blessed with interesting culture and beautiful people.

Masbate Province is mainly composed of three beautiful underrated islands – Masbate, Ticao, and Burias. With one goal and heart, these three lovely islands with different sets of

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22nd Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta

Watch the Skies at the 22nd Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta!

The Philippine International Hot Air Balloon Fiesta is all set to celebrate the 22nd year of the much-awaited Weekend of Everything that Flies, happening on February 8-11, 2017 at the Omni Aviation Complex in Clark, Pampanga. This year’s festivities will showcase 26 colorful hot air balloons from all over the world, featuring a big number of new special-shaped balloons: Happy Heart, Matryoshka Russian Doll, Queen’s Guard, Giant Strawberry, Buddy Balloon, Captain Jack, Princess Nellie, Vostok

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Top Things to Do in Rizal Province

About Rizal Province Rizal, officially known as the Province of Rizal, is a province in the Philippines located in the Calabarzon region, just 16 kilometers east of Manila. The province is named after José Rizal, one of the main national heroes of the Philippines. Rizal province is Metro Manila’s closest eastern neighbor. It is bounded on the north by Bulacan, on the east by Laguna and Quezon Province, and on the south by Laguna de Bay. It has a total land area of 130,383 hectares, 27 percent

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