REPUBLIC OF THE PHILIPPINES

DEPARTMENT OF TOURISM

Kagawaran ng Turismo

         

 

PST: December/13/2017 

Tourism Marketing

Specials

Dolphin

Off the coast of Bais City in Negros Oriental are several pods of playful dolphins that have drawn tourists who would watch their daily morning frolic in the waters of TaƱon Strait.

Taal Volcano

Taal Volcano in Batangas lies on a lake that is actually a caldera formed from a massive prehistoric volcano

Pintados

Celebrating culture, color and a zest for life, the Pintados-Kasadyaan Festival is an annual showcase of Leyte's best.

Rice Terraces

Philippines Rice Terraces. When Filipinos work together, we can do wonders.

Kinilaw

TASTE Usually considered a type of pulutan (snacks served alongside alcoholic beverages), Kinilaw is a raw seafood dish that was a part of native Filipino cuisine even before Spanish colonizers arrived in the islands. There are many versions of the kinilaw, the most popular concoction being raw cubed fish mixed with vinegar, calamansi (Philippine lime), salt, pepper, spices, onions, ginger and siling labuyo (chili pepper)

The Women Weavers

PEOPLE The hardy women from the town of Basey in Western Samar are renowned for their skillful use of tikog (a native reed) in their intricate, hand-woven mats (called banig), bags and other handicraft.

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