The year 2015 has just started and for adventure seekers, January means non-stop fiesta celebration. Whether you are bound for Kalibo for the Ati-atihan Festival, Cebu for the Sinulog Festival or Iloilo for the annual Dinagyang Festival, there’s always something exciting saved for you.
The year 2015 has just started and here’s a list of some of the best must-experience festivals in the country. Here they are in no particular order. Drumroll please :
The Philippines’ finest craftsmen artisans and the most talented streetdancers are once again expected to converge in Metro Manila in a weekend of cultural extravaganza.
The Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC) in cooperation with the cultural center of the Philippines (CCP) brings you the annual Aliwan Fiesta 2015.
I have been travel blogging for ten years now, and as a traveller whos always on the go, healthy and filling meals that are quick and easy to prepare are a must.
Whether you’re hitting the beach for a weekend getaway or escaping to Baguio for a cool respite, the new San Marino Tuna Flakes will always come in handy.
Every December all roads lead to San Fernando Pampanga for the annual celebration of Ligligan Parul or the Giant Lantern Festival. This yearly spectacle is attended by thousands of local and foreign tourists alike.
But behind all this glimmering lights are a dizzying web of wires and lightbulbs only a genius can understand.
I have been playing tennis since late high school until college. I am alao hooked to watxhing tennis matches on tv, so names like Martina Hingis, Venus Williams Lindsay Davenport were not new for me.
Oftentimes i would stay up late just to watch the tournaments in Roland Garros during the French Open or at the All England Tennis Club for Wimbledon.
And who would have ever imagined that these tennis superstars would set foot in Manila? Read more
It all started with one facebook ad. I read, got interested in and ultimately mornings has never been the same again.
Welcome to Sandok Comfort Food. A new restaurant located along 6th street Bacolod City That serves good old Ilonggo homecooked meals.
I am not a big fan of pancakes. But i recently discovered my secret love affair with banana walnut pancakes, drizzled with yummy pancake syrup. And that love affair started at the pancake house.
So when i got an invitation for a media fam tour in Pancake House in Lipa Batangas I immediately said yes.
As early as September loud beating of the drums can already be heard reverberating all over the city of Iloilo. This is in preparation for the annual celebration of the Dinagyang Festival. Dinagyang is a Hiligaynon term meaning “merry making”. And one of the highlights of the festival is the ati tribe competition.
January is just around the corner. And what a better way to start the year than celebrate the feast of Señor Santo Niño in cebu.
The famed Sinulog festoval which reaches its peak on the rhird Sunday of January draws millions of Filipino and tourists alike in a festival of epic proportions.