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No images for this article 05/13/2014 - Invitation to Bid: Lobby Showcase
I N V I T A T I O N   T O   B I D Project: Philippine Center Lobby Showcase The Philippine Department of Tourism in San Francisco...


Exciting Package Launched for the 9th Ambassadors, Consuls General and Tourism Directors Tour 04/14/2014 - Exciting Package Launched for the 9th Ambassadors, Consuls General and Tourism Directors Tour
NEWS RELEASE | 14 April 2014 The 9th Ambassadors, Consuls General and Tourism Directors Tour (ACGTDT) was successfully launched on March 19, 2014 at...


Statement of the Department of Tourism on the Restoration of FAA Category 1 Status 04/10/2014 - Statement of the Department of Tourism on the Restoration of FAA Category 1 Status
10 April 2014 The Department of Tourism welcomes the news of the return of the Philippines to Category 1 status by the US Federal Aviation...



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STO. NIÑO FESTIVAL

Date: 1 January 2018 00:00 A grand procession of over two hundred well-dressed images of the Child Jesus.
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BULAKLAKAN FESTIVAL

Date: 1 January 2018 00:00 Annual procession, parade of flowers and costumes.
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ATI-ATIHAN FESTIVAL

Date: 1 January 2018 00:00 Scene of a yearly celebration in honor of Sto. Nino held every third week of January, popularly known worldwide as Ati-Atihan. So called because Aklanons, domestic and foreign tourists, wipe soot on their faces and done ethnic paraphernalia and masquerade around town as Negritos and make merry and dance in the streets to the beat of ambulant ethnic troubadours.
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AGUMAN SANDUK

Date: 1 January 2018 00:00 Description The Aguman Sanduk of Minalin is celebrated in the afternoon of January 1, while the rest of the country takes a break from the previous night''s New Year revelry, and there''s no one to catch the boys and men of this sleepy fishing town wear their mother''s lipstick and put on their wive''s dresses
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BINALBAL FESTIVAL

Date: 1 January 2018 00:00 The Binalbal Festival is held every New Year. The term binalbal is derived from balbal, a root word which in Cebu-Visayan dialect means “witch” or demon.Participants disguise through the use of masks shaped like demons which allow them full freedom of inhibition during the New Year.
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