Lucban San Isidro Pahiyas Festival history

Posted in Culture & Tradition on August 23, 2015
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Pahiyas Festival is one of the most famous celebrations in Quezon Province. Celebrated every May 15, the festivities are held in honor of San Isidro Labrador, or Saint Isidore the Laborer, the town’s patron saint. It was originally celebrated for the good harvest during the year, since Saint Isidore is the patron saint of famers Read More »

Lingayen Pangasinan Beach Resorts Tourist Attraction

Posted in Uncategorized on August 20, 2015
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Lingayen Pangasinan Beach Resorts is one of the tourist attractions in Northern Luzon. Pangasinan is also considered a gateway to the Ilocos Region. Being the first province of the region from Manila, it has a mix of different traditions and cultures aside from the dominant Ilocano region. Though not really a famous tourist destination, the Read More »

What happen to Manila Philippines Tourism today?

Posted in Travel & Recreation on August 4, 2015
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Perhaps no other city best represents the country than Manila but what happen to Manila Philippines Tourism today? – the Pearl of the Orient, the City of our Affections. No other city has belonged to the Filipino than it, and no other city witnessed how the Philippines were and is than this city by the Read More »

Clark Freeport Zone Tax Incentives

Posted in Travel & Recreation on July 29, 2015
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Clark Freeport Zone Tax Incentives or the Clark Freeport is the civilian redevelopment of the former Clark Air Base, then the largest overseas military base of the United States. Once a highly urbanized military installation, it is now a duty and tax-free zone encouraging foreign investment in the Central Luzon region. The government is currently Read More »

Bañamos festival 2015

Posted in Culture & Tradition on July 29, 2015
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History of Banamos Festival - The Bañamos Festival is a week long festivity in Los Baños, Laguna. It is held on the week of September 15, the founding date of the town (in 1615), as well as the reason of the festivities. On the foundation date itself, dubbed ‘Los Baños Day’, there are no classes Read More »

AlDub Sweetness Overload! - When will YayaDub Meet Alden?

Posted in Showbiz on July 28, 2015
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Manila Philippines, Kapuso heartthrob Alden Richards had never expected their noon time live teleserye in Eat Bulaga creates a Buzz and very much enjoyed by TV viewers. Their tandem, known as the "AlDub" creates a very strong love chemistry together with the Dubsmash Queen - Maine Mendoza, known in dabarkads as Yaya Dub. In an Read More »

International Folklore Festival 2015 Held in Koronadal City

Posted in Culture & Tradition, News & Events on July 28, 2015
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International Folklore Festival 2015 where hundreds of performers from 12 countries fly to Koronadal City to participate in the International Folklore Festival ever first to be held in the Philippines from August 9-18, 2015. Besides the Philippines, the countries involved are Armenia, Chinese Taipei, India, Indonesia, Japan, Mexico, Poland, Russia, Slovenia, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. Read More »

Where to Stay in Corregidor Island Tour in Bataan

Posted in Travel & Recreation on July 28, 2015
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Corregidor Island Tour and Location - Corregidor Island is one of the many remaining vestiges of World War II in the Philippines. Situated at the mouth of Manila Bay, it occupies a strategic position in defending the Philippine capital and attracting all colonialists who ever held the country to use it for defensive purposes. The Read More »