Articles with the tag "Festival" (87)

Now that Panagbenga Festival is nearly approaching , you might consider giving Baguio a quick tour during the festival. Baguio has so many great places to offer and some of which can be access for free. So after witnessing the colorful street dances and grand float parades, you might consider visiting these places in Baguio.
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Published on 27/09/2020 by Puerto Parrot
Categories: Documentary, Leisure, Travel
Tags: Baguio, Festival, Panagbenga
The Municipality of Bantayan, one of the three towns on Bantayan Island, has declared June 30 of every year as Bantayan Day. Bantayan Day is a state-centered special holiday that is separate from the religious feast days traditionally observed by the town for its patrons, Saints Peter and Paul, every June 28 and 29.
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Published on 30/06/2020 by Puerto Parrot
Categories: Arts, Communities, News and Events
Tags: Bantayan, Festival
In a recent press briefing led by Lucas Nunag, chair of the Bohol provincial tourism council, and Bohol Provincial Administrator Alfonso Damalerio II, local officials have laid out the planned activities for the month-long festival. The tourism and government officials also said that, since this is the 30th edition of this festival, activities are set to be bigger, grander, and more colorful than previous events.
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Published on 23/04/2018 by Puerto Parrot
Categories: Culture, Entertainment, News and Events
Tags: Bohol, Festival, Sandugo
Sixteen barangays of Silay joined the dance-drama presentation based on the legend of Silay. The story is about how the thriving community of Silay was founded and the heroism of Princess Kansilay, and her love story with Lawaan. It follows a storyline complete with characters, conflict, climax, and setting just like in movies or plays.
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Published on 24/03/2018 by Puerto Parrot
Categories: Culture, Documentary
Tags: celebration, Festival, Princess
Kare-kare is a unique Filipino dish that is made from a base of stewed oxtail, calves feet, pig feet, beef stew meat and occasionally offal or tripe. Vegetables are also added such as eggplant, Chinese cabbage, daikon, green beans and asparagus beans. It is complimented with peanut butter or roasted peanut, garlic and onions.
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Published on 10/03/2018 by Puerto Parrot
Categories: Food and Dining, Filipino cooking
Tags: Dishes, Festival, Kare-kare
As the city continues to rise again after the devastation brought by Typhoon Yolanda, Tacloban City is a must visit destination. It is a primary tourism hub in the Eastern Visayas region and the main gateway to Leyte and Samar islands. Before Typhoon Yolanda wrecked havoc the city, Tacloban is one of the fastest growing cities of the country.
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Published on 10/03/2018 by Puerto Parrot
Categories: Travel
Tags: Festival, Pintados, Sangyaw, Tacloban City