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Cebu City
Cebu, the Queen of Southern Philippines, is a place for all seasons. It is a melting pot where the old and the new blend beautifully. She is proud of her rich cultural and historical heritage as well as the acclaim given her as the country's premier growth center. Ce-boom is how this bustling island province is fondly called.
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Intramuros,'The Walled City'or Ciudad Murada of old Manila, served as the cultural and political center of Spain's empire in the east. It was restored and developed as a historic site and is now a priceless treasure to be shared with the world.
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Davao City
Kadayawan sa Dabaw is a five-day tribal and floral thanksgiving festival with an ethnic character laced with showcases of what are beautiful and bountiful in Davao. Davao City is noted to be the most Livable City and 18th Best City in Asia.
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General Santos City
Known as the BoomCity of the South, accounts for the second largest total daily fish landings in the Philippines(second only to Navotas). It is the leading producer of high grade sashimi Tuna. There about 5,000 fishing boats used by about 25,000 fishermen. An estimated 30,000 families directly benefit on the fishing industry of Gensan.
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Iloilo City
The most familiar sight associated with Iloilo is the Molo Church built in 1831. Its two towering red spires and its regal structure sits on a throne high above the Molo plaza. It is also known to be a feminist church because of the two rows of sixteen female saints line on both sides of the altar. Molo church is very sturdy and has survived fires, earthquakes, and artillery barrages in 1945.
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Bacolod City
A city made famous by its massive production of sugar, Bacolod's cultural flavor  is sweetened by the Negrenses generally happy disposition. Bacolod is home to  the renowned MASSKARA festival, which is celebrated every October, where the  city's streets are filled with masquerading street dancers hopping to the beat  of latin sambas and wearing brightly- colored smiling masks.
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Wholesaler's Haven
Introducing !!! The new Wholesaler's Haven section. Order in volume and get BIG BIG discounts on Danggit, Dried Squids (Pusit), and a lot more. All dried goods come from the main source of bulad(dried fish), Bantayan Island, Cebu. Hurry ! Order Now !
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Barasoain Church, the seat of the Revolutionary Congress, this is where the first Filipino constitution was  drafted and ratified. It is bounded by the towns of Calumpit, Plaridel, Malolos,  and Paombong, Bulacan. The church itself was the scene of the proclamation of  the Philippine Independence.
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Pangasinan is a crescent-shaped province and a place of over a hundred islands and islets scattered off the coast of Lucap, Alaminos. These islands are often visited by tourists and locals because of their natural beauty. But its attractions are not confined to sand and surf alone. The province's rich past has much to offer in terms of history, architecture, art and natural geology.
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Gift Ideas that are truly Pinoy
IT SEEMS INCREDIBLE that now you can send presents to your loved ones at a click of a finger. You can bet that everyone who receives these gifts wrapped in indigenous materials will definitely have a surprise of his/her life. I envy you on your first taste of these exotic Filipino delicacies. Every sip, every bite, truly has a Filipino flavor.
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Laoag, the capital city of Ilocos Norte, boasts of an international airport that can be reached from Manila in 75 mins. Its major attraction is Paoay Church where a whole town is said to have sunk centuries ago. Paoay also has a modern sporfs complex, with an 18-hole golf course, beautiful gardens and lakeside lake houses.
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Nestled in the Sierra Mountains, Quezon has idyllic towns, picturesque coconut plantations, and island resorts. Lucban and Sariaya are the sites of the famous Pahiyas Festival, a harvest fiesta held in May.
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Antipolo City
In Antipolo, one finds the religious shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage, popularly known as the Virgin of Antipolo (Birhen ng Antipolo). The origin of our Virgin of Antipolo dates back to Spanish era in the Philippines, when galleon trade between the Philippines and Mexico were at its height
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San Pablo City is a major hub for the Southern Tagalog region. It is a major stop for land traffic from Manila to southern destinations like Lucena and the Bicol region. This strategically located city thus became a major center for tourism, education, communication, commerce and government. This City of Seven Lakes is blessed with hot springs and breathtaking views for nature-lovers. San Pablo City is where resorts provide honeymooners and tourists modern and cozy accomodations to enjoy the beauty of nature.
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Healthy Options
Banaba tea is a traditional health drink in the Philippines since ancient times. It was found to have therapeutic effects on various ailments such as diabetes, kidney and other urinary problems. Besides being an exotic health drink, banaba tea has a soothing and pleasant taste.
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Barrio Fiesta
'Everyday is a Fiesta experience'. Filipinos love pageantry, merry-making, and of course, food. And in every village big or small, a fiesta is celebrated from the 'bahay kubo' to a modern 'bahay na bato', the all time favorite Filipino dishes : adobo, kare-kare, bulalo, menudo were served at the fiesta table, inviting everyone to take the taste of Barrio FIESTA home.
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In Cavite is a town called Tagaytay which offers visitors a marvelous view of its main attraction, Taal Volcano.
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Roxas City
Roxas City bills as the Seafood Capital of the Philippines and adjudge as the Cleanest and Greenest Component City in Western Visayas. Abundant culinary fare of fish and crustaceans are a few wealth that Capizenos boast of. Roxas City is an idyllic place to visit and relax for dwellers who want to get away from stress of the city life. Flat Rock beach resort is a perfect place to stay, where you can have a magical experience and memories to last a lifetime.
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Queen Foods
Queen Foods Manufacturing Corporation has consitently been the major producer and exporter of fruit preserves in the international market. They use ONLY natural ingredients to maintain good taste and adhere to the stringent export standards. The "QUEEN" brand has already become a household name in the food industry.
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Moondish Foods
Moondish, the brand that brings you these Bicol Specialties is committed to bring you out the best tasting exotic coconut dishes like Laing(Taro in Coconut Cream) and Bicol Express. It is dedicated to bring out quality foods that reflect the Filipino homespun cuisine fused with modern day technology and lifestyle.
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Marinduque Province
One of the most colorful festivals celebrated in the island of Marinduque is the Moriones Festival. Morion means "mask" or "visor," a part of the medieval Roman armor which covers the face. It is characterized by wearing colorful Roman costumes, painted masks and helmets, and brightly-colored tunics. The towns of Boac, Gasan, Santa Cruz, Buenavista and Mogpog become one gigantic stage during the Holy week.
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Aldrtz Corporation is committed to creating quality product innovations to address local and global needs. The products that we produce are all uniquely tailored to give you the pharmaceutical, nutraceutical, and cosmetic alternatives to what YOU need. Our pharmaceutical line is focused on providing alternative medical solutions using the incredible potential of natural healing. Find out more at www.aldrtz.com.
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Casa Carmela
Casa Carmela makes gourmet cookies and preserves, using traditional old-world heritage recipes, and redefined/reinvented to a twist to make them distinctive. It made its debut when it introduced the now popular Crisp and Thin Piaya, a take-off from the traditional flaky, muscovado sugar-fillled pastry for which the owner’s home province of Negros Occidental, Philippines, is known for.
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Magic Melt started as a small specialty bakeshop producing ensaymada and pastrIes in 1999. Later, they began diversifying into the production of breads, cookies, and 'pasalubong' products which it began distributing through supermarkets, convenience stores, and canteens in Cebu City.
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