Monday, March 4, 2024

Society

Enjoy This Chinese New Year With Chowking’s Family Lauriat And New Peanut Buchi

Get ready to welcome the Year of the Wood Dragon with Chowking’s festive feast and sweet luck-filled treats! Share the Sarap ng Swerte and join the online celebration this February 10. #ChowkingChineseNewYear

Borongan City Empowers Former Rebels As Tourism Ambassadors, Tour Guides

Borongan City takes a unique approach to tourism development!

Ilocos Norte Invites Local Filmmakers To Capture And Preserve Culture And Heritage

Celebrating 206 years of rich history! Ilocos Norte invites homegrown filmmakers to capture the essence of local life, marking its founding anniversary on Feb. 2.

Open Water Swim To Boost Conservation and Local Economy

The Western Visayas International Open Water Swim Circuit, set in picturesque Sipalay City, Negros Occidental on Feb. 18, promises to elevate local tourism and spotlight coastal conservation.

Bulacan’s January Festivals Attract Tourists

Thousands flock to Bulacan as three vibrant towns and a city come alive with celebrations this month!

Pangasinan Town Gears Up For Vibrant Pakwan Festival

Join the nine-day Pakwan Festival from Jan. 27 to Feb. 4, a vibrant celebration set to boost tourism and agriculture in Pangasinan.

San Vicente, Palawan To Welcome New Luxury Hotel

Exciting times are ahead as a major developer unveils plans for a new luxury hotel, injecting fresh vitality into Palawan’s thriving tourism and hospitality industries.

Sharenting Journey Of Filipino Influencer Parents

While the art of “sharenting”—sharing the intimate moments of a family journey across online platforms provides a window into the lives of these online celebrity families, it’s essential to strike a balance between sharing and maintaining privacy.

Antique Highlights Religious Relics To Attract Tourists

From serene beaches to religious relics, Antique is attracting more tourists than ever after the pandemic.

Eastern Samar Develops Mangrove Forest To Have Ecotourism Site

A Php20-million project was approved to transform Arteche’s largest forest into an ecotourism site, protecting flora, and fauna, and supporting local livelihoods.