Friday, April 19, 2019

Binanog Festival showcases unique IP culture, tradition

The municipality of Lambunao takes pride in the culture and tradition of its natives that will be showcased in the week-long Binanog Festival from...
Balasan's Lechon Festival in Iloilo. Photo by Bombette Marin

Balasan’s Home-Grown Favorite Turns 10

Balasan, Iloilo will celebrate Lechon Festival in a very festive affair on a quiet street fronting the town hall on July 20-26, 2018. Activities...
San Enrique, Iloilo will celebrate its Kalamay Festival starting July 8-14, 2018. Photo by Bombette Marin

Exploring the Sweet Town of San Enrique with Kalamay Festival

San Enrique, Iloilo will celebrate its Kalamay Festival starting July 8-14, 2018. Celebrating the town’s sugar cane farming and the production of raw sugar...
Chef Rafael Jardeleza, an Ilonggo heritage cuisine advocate, said a wide range of Filipino-Spanish dishes will be served at the gala dinner, Nelly Garden, Jaro district, Iloilo City, May 26.

Ilonggo heritage cuisine to take center stage in Sabores de Visayas 3

The third staging of Sabores de Visayas (Flavors of Visayas) will again highlight Ilonggo heritage cuisine. Chef Rafael Jardeleza, an Ilonggo heritage cuisine advocate, said...
25. Mango Eat-All-You Can

25 REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD GO TO #MANGGAHANFESTIVAL2018

Manggahan Festival 2018 is coming and it's going to be an even sweeter fiesta as we celebrate its 25th Anniversary! Let's list down 25...
Passi City, Iloilo will celebrate its Pintados de Pasi Festival on March 10-24, 2018 alongside with its 20th Cityhood Anniversary celebration. Photo by Bombette Marin

Pintados de Pasi: Passi City’s Cultural Treasure

Passi City, Iloilo will celebrate its Pintados de Pasi Festival on March 10-24, 2018 alongside with its 20th Cityhood Anniversary celebration. With the theme,”...
Paraw was originally designed from the sailboats of the first settlers from Borneo who were in search of a peaceful home in 1212 A.D.

More than the Colorful Paraws

The coast of La Villa Rica turns paradise every February. Tourists swamp along the beach of Sto. Nino Sur to see and photograph the...
Bayluhay, coined from the Hiligaynon word Baylo meaning to barter or to exchange is an annual tribal dance competition that highlights the folk history of the re-enactment of the historic barter based on the Maragtas Legend. Photo by Bombette Marin

San Joaquin’s Rich Cultural Traditions Through Bayluhay

San Joaquin, Iloilo, already renowned for its strong cultural ties, its vivacious colours and lively music, Bayluhay tend to pull out all the stops...
The annual Pasungay---carabao or water buffalo fight held as part of an ancient tradition celebrated every 3rd Saturday of January. Photo by Bombette Marin

Celebrating History and Culture with San Joaquin’s Pasungay

  San Joaquin, Iloilo, as a grand opening salvo for its Religious Fiesta, thousands of people will descend on this historic town keen to be...
Dumangas, Iloilo will celebrate the bounty of its harvest with the annual Haw-as Festival r on October 26 – 31, 2017. Photo by Bombette Marin

Inspiring Dumangas Through Haw-as

Dumangas, Iloilo will celebrate the bounty of its harvest with the annual Haw-as Festival r on October 26 – 31, 2017. Discover and enjoy...