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THE PHILIPPINES

Festival

Santiago City Arts Month

Santiago City Arts Month every February features folk traditions in music, dance and theater and a painting contest of home grown talents.…

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Festival

Kaamulan

Kaamulan in Malaybalay, Bukidnon is a celebrtion from the first until the second week of March wherein the streets of Malaybalay take on the familiar …

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Philippine Icons

Philippine Monkey Eating Eagle

The national animal of the Philippines is the Philippine monkey-eating, eagle. It is the largest of all eagles and was declared as the national bird o…

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Food

biggest rice cake

In 2003, residents of Ilagan, Isabela made the second biggest rice cake during the town's 317th founding anniversary. The rice cake measured 3.7 meter…

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Anilao

Anilao is a book by Filipino scuba divers Scott Tuason and Eduardo Cu Unjieng. It's a picture book of Anilao, Batangas and has garnered them the Inter…

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Transportation

Magapit Suspension Bridge

Magapit Suspension Bridge is located near the Cagayan River at Lallo and is 0.76 km long. It links the first and second districts of Cagayan going tow…

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Trends

Make-up 2017

No make-up make-up look is no longer a trend. The fad for make-up is more of bolder shades and brighter colors either in satin or matte finish for you…

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Food

Balut

Balut- a boiled, fertilized duck egg with a half-formed chick inside. This is one of the most interesting and traditional Filipino delicacies. It is s…

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Philippine Mythology

Wakwak and Ekek

The Ekek and Wakwak are from the Visayan belief. These are monstrous bird-like humans that could shap-shift into large birds or bats…

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History

Puerto Galera Museum

.This facility houses several collection of Chinese and Siamese pottery from the 15th to the 19th centuries, Ming Dynasty burial jars, and a fine coll…

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