Local handicrafts made by inmates, or, Persons Deprived with Liberties (PDL), will be on sale to the public in time for the 34th Kadayawan festival celebration.
City Mayor Sara Duterte-Carpio invites the public to take part in this year’s 34th Kadayawan sa Dabaw Festival with the grandest month-long celebration of diverse Dabawenyo culture and tradition.
To preserve its flourishing marine flora and fauna, the provincial government of this island has urged divers and tourists to help them prevent the destruction of the coral reefs.
Davao’s homegrown Malagos Chocolate continues to earn recognition abroad following its multiple awards and commendations bagged at this year’s Academy of Chocolate (AoC) Awards in London.
The City Council Committee on Tourism eyes to promote resorts in Marilog and Paquibato districts as primary tourist destinations in the city.
Earning its reputation as one of the country’s top tourist destinations, this island has launched another attraction for both outdoor enthusiasts and mountain trekkers.
When love is in the air, it’ is also time for others to earn a living,
While the Autonomous Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM) was having another significant milestone in the conduct of the plebiscite on the Bangsamoro Organic Law (BOL), the peace-loving ‘tri-people’ communities in Tantangan, South Cotabato continues to nurture peace by working together. The people have chosen to find a solution to a decades-long problem of lack of potable water and respect each other’s differences.
Her childhood memory of the small hut where she and her four siblings lived together with her parents was still vivid in the mind of Jean Salazar-de la Torre, the eldest daughter of cacao farmers Ricardo and Erlinda Salazar.
The inviting sweet aroma of ‘sikwate’ or chocolate drink looks deliciously irresistible as it is slowly poured through a ‘batirol’ (a traditional wooden tool to make a chocolate drink), still steaming hot and mouth-watering greeted the visiting PEF team to the cacao processing and development center of Chocolate de San Isidro (CSI). Without doubt, Sikwate speaks for itself, even if one has little background how this local product has been touted to have built the town of San Isidro.