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THE PHILIPPINES

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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Shopping Malls

SM Megamall

SM Megamall opened in the early 1990s to a country was not yet ready for the concept of a supermall. When it opened, it was the biggest mall in the co…

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Animals

Sinarapan

The world's smallest fish has an average length of 1.25 cm. It is locally known as "Sinarapan" (Mistichthys luzonensis). This fish can only be found i…

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Food

Choc-nut

Choc-nut is a crumbly peanut chocolate bar that became popular in the 80s.…

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Philippine Mythology

Sidapa and Bulan

In Visayan beliefs, Sidapa, god of death, admired and fell in love with the seven moons. He offered songs and gifts through different creatures from t…

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Venues

Paskuhan Village

Paskuhan Village in the province of Pampanga is Asia’s only Christmas theme park and the third of its kind in the world.…

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Animals

Birds and butterflies

The most number of species of birds and butterflies are found in the Philippines.…

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Festival

Homonhon Landing

The Homonhon Landing in Southeast Samar is celebrated every March 16th in the seashore in which locals re-enact the discovery of the Philippines by Fe…

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Food

Bagoong

Bagoong is an interesting find in the Philippines- it is a fish or shrimp paste that defines the theme of most ethnic food: unhygienic, stinky BUT irr…

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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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