Explore the Philippines
Laguna - Resort Province of the Philippines
Aside from being the hometown of the Philippines' National
Hero, Dr. Jose Rizal, Laguna is considered as a resort haven. The province
is filled with illustrious bodies of water; examples are Pagsanjan Falls,
Seven Lakes, Caliraya Lake, Laguna de Bay, and Hidden Valley Springs.
These nature-drawn wonders offer relaxation for those who wants to escape
the fast city life and recline to the beauty of Mother Nature. Learn
Cebu - Queen of the South
Cebu is the Manila of Visayas. With its modern structure,
urbanized cities, and active economy, it has become one of the prime
provinces in the country. But amidst the face of modernity, Cebu retained
and maintained its unique color and atmosphere that makes it a premiere
vacation and leisure destination in the Philippines. Learn
Davao del Sur- Land of Heights and Flights
Davao del Sur is one of the richest provinces in Mindanao
in terms of natural treasures. Among its gems are the country's highest
peak, Mt. Apo; Vanda Sanderiana locally known as waling-waling, dubbed
as the "Queen of Philippine Orchids" and the country's national bird,
the endangered Philippine Eagle.
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Festivities in the Philippines
Giant Lantern Festival
Place: City of San Fernando, Pampanga
Date: December - Saturday before Christmas Eve
The Giant Lantern Festival is an annual competition of the different
barangays in Pampanga. Each team designs a giant lantern towering a
height of 20-feet and is lit with 3000 - 5000 light bulbs and controlled
by steel barrels acting as switchboard commanding the display of lights
on the lantern.