The Adlaw Hong Butuan is a fairly new Butuan festival which this locality only started celebrating after it was declared a highly urbanized city. Butuan festivals showcase the diversity of Butuan’s culture and its rich history through a series of activities that are organized way before the actual event. The Kahimunan Festival is an occasion of merriment and this religious event has been celebrated as far back as the time of the Spanish occupation of the country.
Tagbilaran is one of the fast advancing areas in the province of Bohol that features inviting and convenient shopping centers. To have a wonderful and enjoyable time at this place, local tourists and foreigners are encouraged to check out the retail stores and souvenir shops featured at the famous Tagbilaran shopping centers Island City Mall and the Bohol Quality Mall. Customers can also spend quality time with their families and friends while dining at the relaxing restaurants and fast food chains inside Plaza Marcela.
Swimming, diving, snorkeling, beach volleyball, skiing, and riding the banana boat are not the only activities that can be done at the White Beach in Puerto Galera. Shopping may also be done there as there are a long line of stores that sell clothes, accessories, toys, and all other stuff.
You might think that because of Angeles’ proximity to Manila, this city is all about modern entertainment but you will find yourself pleasantly surprised with the quaint charm of must visited Angeles City sightseeing destinations. Bale Matua is rich in historical value while the Deposito holds some of the most important and expensive religious artifacts in the country.
Laoag City in Ilocos Norte has several attractions that offer a tourists engage in activities such as sightseeing, swimming and nature tripping. Cultural and historic landmarks as well as religious shrine offer tourists the chance to know the heritage of Laoag City. Natural wonders such as lakes, sand dunes, rivers and beaches gives tourists engage in relaxation and adventure.