Archive for April, 2008
Monday, April 28th, 2008
The Aliwan Festival, known as the mother of all Philippine festivals, is anticipated every year in the Philippines by many locals and tourist because it offers new levels of excitement. As we all know that here in the Aliwan Festival, it gathers all the best festivals and fiesta in the country and incorporate into one grander and colorful celebration in Manila. Aliwan festival once again promotes the colorful and vibrant festivals of the Philippines. You will experience the non-stop merry-making and streetdancing from the Quirino Grandstand to the Aliw Theater in the highlights of the Festivities this coming May 3, 2008. It’s the best of the best festivals that heats up Manila in he celebration of the Aliwan Festival this coming May to May 3, 2008.
Monday, April 21st, 2008
The San Agustin Church has withstand the test of time and has witness and nursed the people’s faith through centuries of trials like the two World wars and several disasters. The San Agustin Church is UNESCO World Heritage Site and is under the classification “Baroque Churches of the Philippines”. San Agustin Church was one of the four churches constructed during the Spanish period. In 1976, This church is also named as the National Landmark by the Philippine Government.
Sunday, April 20th, 2008
Siargao province known to be one of the world’s best surfing destination will be developed as an adventure sports tourism paradise. This was announced by Presiden Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo at the opening of the First Siargao Game Fishing Invitational Competition.
The Game Fishing Invitational Competition in Siargao province has opened an opportunity that the municipality of Pilar will become as a game fishing destination here in the Philippines. The other game fishing site in the country is the Cagayan province.
Tuesday, April 1st, 2008
At Bakasyunan sa Baybay Dagat calls guests to enjoy sunny days and starlit nights at their resort because the fun never stops at the resort at sundown. The resort is situated on a 3- hectare land at the Tranquil seaside gardens.
Bakasyunan sa Baybay Dagat offers guests a choice of their luxurious accommodations. The accommodation choices are VIP rooms, deluxe rooms, executive rooms, private rooms, beachfront rooms, family rooms, native townhouse, family beachfront cottage, tree house and dormitory type rooms. All of the rooms are air-conditioned except for kamagong, duplex nipa hut and bahay kubo.