The Pintados Kasadyaan and Sangyaw Festival capture the diversity of Tacloban City and takes you on a trip back in history. See what people used to wear, how they celebrated and know the beliefs they hold close to their hearts. The Pintados Kasadyaan and Sangyaw Festival captures the very essence of the Filipino spirit with a bit of modern twist.
Cebu City has several destinations for sighteeing and other activities. Museums, historical landmarks, religious and cultural establishments, natural landmarks, parks are some of the attractions why tourist flock to Ceby City.
Being an agricultural and a beach area, Sorsogon can keep almost all types of travelers interested in the local products. The province offers mostly food products that are taken from the rich soil and the generous waters of the towns. Like other provinces in Bicol, Sorsogon is known for the processed pili nut products and coconut products.
You might think that there is nothing much to see in Butuan City since the area is known to possess primarily agricultural land. You’ll be surprised to know though that there are several Butuan destinations that travelers often visit to learn about the very diverse history and culture of this place. Among the interesting Butuan destinations are the legendary Golden Tara and the communities that live along the Agusan River.
Angeles City is very close to Manila and because it’s only a two hour drive from the bustling metropolis, many people frequent this place to unwind or to participate in Angeles City festivals. The Sisig Festival is a much awaited celebration annually and a yummy one at that with this famous pork dish getting all the attention. The Hot Air Balloon Festival on the other hand is an all new different kind of adventure altogether.
Despite being at the southern corner of Luzon, Sorsogon is still rich with local traditions particularly in how they celebrate their special days. Because of the Spanish influence in the country, many of the Sorsogon festivals and events have Christian roots. The province, however, has also incorporated their local products and culture into these religious celebrations.
Makati is known as a commercial district business but not many are aware of the Makati destinations that tourists can visit such as Fort Bonifacio and the Guadalupe Ruins. These Makati destinations are proof that despite modern advances, there are certain things in history that can be preserved and shouldn’t be completely forgotten. Fort Bonifacio is now a commercial district with a couple of historic sites within its premises while the Guadalupe Ruins is something that has been preserved since the 17th century.
Puerto Princesa shopping is just as exciting as the other activities that can be done on this island and two of the good handicraft stores in the city are Kamantian Handicraft and the Iwahig Souvenir Shop. Almost all of the items sold at these stores are handmade from wood and other natural products. Puerto Princesa shopping when it comes to souvenir items never has to cost less than a couple of hundred pesos at the Iwahig Souvenir Shop and the Kamantian Handicraft.
A Philippine tourist spot in Quezon City is a popular hangout among residents and visitors. It is a secluded wooded area harboring the best in nature and the wilds. Ninoy Aquino Parks and Wildlife is where life is celebrated by people and nature.
Cebu festivals are comparable to none when it comes to liveliness and preparation. The Cebuanos spend months organizing and preparing for Cebu festivals such as the Marawi Festival and the Sinulog Festival. These two events held annually are the biggest celebrations in Cebu and among the most colorful and educational. The culture of Cebu and the beliefs held by these warm and hospitable people are showcased during these Cebu festivals.