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Festival

Lingayen Gulf Landing

The Lingayan Gulf Landing is celebrated every January in Lingayen, Pangasinan in commemoration of the landing of Gen. MacArthur and his allied forces …

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Food

largest calamay

40 women. 184 kg. of glutinous rice. 960 grated meat of coconuts. 480 kg. of brown sugar- all these to make the largest calamay (rice cake) ever baked…

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Filipino Products

World's First Bamboo and Rattan Roadster

The world's first bamboo and rattan roadster is made from natural fibers and material. It is Kenneth Cobonpue's solution to the growing demand for bio…

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Sports

Biggest Amateur Golf Tournament

The biggest amateur golf tournament takes place in Baguio City, Benguet every year. Known as the Fil-Am Golf Championship since 1949, at least 1,000 a…

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History

Angono Petroglyphs

Philippines' oldest work of art is the Angono Petroglyphs. This heritage site dates back to circa 3000 B.C. It also offers an evocative glimpse into t…

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People

Mandayos of Eastern Mindanao

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People

Baclayan Mangyan Settlement

A reservation initiated by SVD missionaries, this settlement area is a short walk from the town proper. Here, visitors can purchase souvenir items han…

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Events

Viva Senor San Miguel

It is a feast in honor of St. Michael the Archangel celebrated every 29th of September.…

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People

Prisoners at the Ihawig Penal Colony

There’s a prison in Palawan where inmates are allowed to work in rice fields and act as tour guides without the need of walls or hundreds of prison g…

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Philippine Icons

Philippine and American Flag

The Philippine flag was heavily inspired by the U.S. flag The similarity between the two flags is not mere coincidence. As a form of “profound gratit…

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