Philippines have 7,100 islands and home of many tribes. In every place there are traditions and cultures to follow. Modernization is very fast like here in the Philippines. New trends of outfit, high-tech gadgets and civilization are very fast paced. What will happen if our traditions and cultures will fade? How can we help to preserve our cultures and traditions?
Friday, January 16, 2015
Thursday, January 15, 2015
If you already tried the longest zipline in the Philippines then you also have to try the highest zipline, not only in the Philippines but in Asia. Lake Sebu is known for its majestic waterfalls and considered to have the highest zipline in Asia. Many tourists from around the world are visiting Lake Sebu to enjoy the cool climate, attractive mountains, and the tour around the lake. This is the reason why Lake Sebu was dubbed as the “Summer Capital of Southern Mindanao”.
Wednesday, January 14, 2015
Visiting Lake Sebu was a dream came true for me. With the help of my fellow travel bloggers, and the Municipal Government of Lake Sebu, one of my dream destinations was granted. The Lake Sebu Eco-Cultural Tour organized the trip. I really appreciated this province especially their way of promoting their tourist attraction. Every year tourist arrival were rising, both local and foreign tourists. Many investors were putting their business in Lake Sebu like hotel, resort and aquatic businesses.
Monday, January 12, 2015
Every human is an artist. The dream of your life is to make beautiful art.
- Miguel Angel Ruiz
Everyone of us has a hidden talent in creating arts just like Lang Dulay, who is known as the dreamweaver of South Cotabato. Because of her contribution in preserving their culture by weaving t’nalak with the use of Abaca fiber, she was awarded as the National Living Treasure by National Commission for the Culture and Arts. Her art represents the life of a T’boli people.