Talisay City, one of the most promising cities in the Queen City of the South, takes pride in its very own Halad-Inasal Festival. Celebrated every 15th of October, this annual activity pays homage to their patron saint, Sta. Teresa de Avila.
As I welcomed 2016, I had been bombarded with random thoughts and feelings and poems that seemed to have been bottled up for the past year. These thoughts or free verse poems are just a reminder that even at my most lowest point in life, the power of words still holds true
Dubbed as the Summer Capital of Cebu, Dalaguete is one of the most visited towns in the province. Because of the chilly weather, people also call it “Little Baguio.” The temperature is perfect for growing fresh vegetables.
Bacolod lives up to its name as the City of Smiles. After all, with so many things you can do, how can you not smile?
Sandurot is derived from a Visayan term pakig sandurot which means to come together or a fellowship. The Sandurot Festival is a celebration of the hospitality and openness of the Dumagueteños and an honor to the city's patroness, Sta. Catalina de Alejandria
The quaint city of Silay is situated at the northern part of the Sugar Land, Negros Occidental. It was the center of culture and arts in Negros during its golden days. European architecture is very evident in the carefully preserved houses and mansions in Silay that is why it is often dubbed as the "Paris of Negros".
Cebu is one of the few places where history meets modern and blends so well together that you can step from one heritage attraction to another without seeing and feeling the stark difference.
Dumaguete is the largest city in Negros Oriental making it the province’s capital city. It also is the principal seaport and gateway to different tourist spots in the whole of Negros, including some of the best dive sites in the Philippines.
Almont Inland Resort is, indeed, a unique haven that deserves more than just a shout-out. No wonder it stood and reigns as the best hotel and resort in Butuan City. Whether you’re a local or not, Almont Inland Resort is a home that you can call your own
Wattah stands for “water” as this festival is offered to St. John, who cleansed and prepared the people for the coming of Jesus Christ by baptizing them. Regardless of who you are or where you’re from, everyone — and I mean everyone — gets a fair chance of getting drenched at the Wattah Wattah Festival