“Located in the MIMAROPA region, a group of southern provinces of Luzon, in the center of the Philippines, a heart shape island-province, Marinduque.” Continue reading Marinduque, Moriones, and more
“Some memorabilia of your amazing trip, to remind you of the adventure, fun and stress free time you just had. ” Continue reading Bringing home a piece of culture.
“For Filipinos, parol making and hanging them outside is a representation of the star of Bethlehem that guided the Three Wise Men to the manger of the newly born Jesus Christ.” Continue reading Parol: A symbol of Filipino Christmas Spirit
Maria Cristina Falls is Iligan’s greatest heritage, the landmark of Iligan City. Towering at the height of 320 feet high, spews 130 cubic meters of water per second, it is the second highest falls in the … Continue reading The majestic Maria Cristina Falls, Iligan City, Philippines
“Aside from beautiful faces of Cebu and the sweet smile of its people, Cebu is a hub of perfect melody.” Continue reading Handcrafted guitars of Cebu, Philippines
In the northeastern part of the Province of Laguna, located is an inland town of Paete. A town that is about 113 kilometers away from Manila, along the scenic Laguna de Bay. The small town of Paete was founded around … Continue reading Carving Capital of the Philippines: Paete, Laguna
Filipinos are being tested again with another natural calamity and this time with the world’s strongest storm ever recorded, lets offer a prayer for those who are affected by the super typhoon, with a local name Yolanda. … Continue reading Filipinos will make it through.
Succulent, meaty, sweet, nutritious and deliciously tempting, these are just some words to describe Philippine Mangoes. Mango or mangga in Filipino, is the national fruit of the Philippines and is then third most important fruit crop of the country … Continue reading The golden fruit of the Philippines: Manila Mango
As Vigan is known for its historic ancestral houses that illustrate a fusion of architecture from Spanish colonial time with Asian influences, the people of Vigan also exert great effort to preserve the tradition of making “burnay”. Burnay is unglazed … Continue reading The Art of Making Burnay: Vigan, Ilocos Sur, Philippines
Filipinos are bargain hunters and they’ll make the most value of every peso they have. Though big shopping malls sprouted like mushrooms all over Metro Manila, Divisoria still reigns supreme as the go to place when it … Continue reading The bargain district of Manila: Divisoria
Vigan is no doubt a perfect example of Spanish colonial town. Established in the 16th century, Vigan showcases a unique fusion of Asian building design and construction with European architecture and planning. A fusion that is incomparable anywhere … Continue reading The Historic Town of Vigan: Ilocos Sur, Philippines
The townspeople of Angono, Rizal, definitely know how to throw a BIG fiesta. The annual town’s fiesta of Angono held every 23rd of November is a celebration in honor of San Clemente (patron saint of fishermen). The main event is … Continue reading The Higantes Festival: Angono, Rizal Philippines