Monday, March 26th, 2007
Summer time in the Philippines is also called the fiesta time because there are many festival that is celebrated all over the country. But there is one festival that is celebrated that incorporates all the different festivals of the Philippines into one grander, louder and more colorful festival that is happening outside of their own provinces and right at the core of Manila, the Aliwan Festival.
Aliwan Fiesta is known as the mother of all Philippine festivals will be celebrated on April 26 and 28. The Aliwan Festival is on its fifth year and organized by the Manila Broadcasting Company (MBC) together with the cities of Manila and Pasay, and the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Aliwan Festival brings tourist attraction in Manila because it has so much to offer and brings a new level of excitement.
Friday, March 16th, 2007
Pagsanjan Laguna is celebrating it’s Pagsanjan Bangkero Festival starting today until March 18. Pagsanjan is named as the tourist capital of Laguna and one of the popular world class tourist destination of the Philippines because of its natural wonders and enchanted scenic views. The main tourist attraction in Pagsanjan is the Pagsanjan Falls. The ‘bangkeros’ are tour guides that steer the tourists’ bancas, they are called the boatmen who shoot the rapids all the way to the world-famous Pagsanjan Falls.
Tuesday, March 6th, 2007
The Women in Travel (WIT), a 27 year old organization who support domestic tourism by promoting and exploiting the country’s potential to come up with new well-packaged products for local and foreign tourists.
Sen. Richard Gordon conducted a new officers an officers of the WIT at the Sofitel Philippine Plaza, CCP Complex Roxas Blvd., Manila.