South Cotabato’s T’nalak Festival | A Photo Essay
T'nalak Festival is one of the most sought after festivities in the Philippines or at least in Mindanao. It features the interfaith of the people of South Cotabato that includes the Muslims, Christians and the Tribes.
The 2013 T’nalak Festival: South Cotabato Weaves Dreams and Identities into Reality
Street dancing participants from the town of T’boli paraded through the main streets of Koronadal City The halo-halo, placed inside the shell of a young coconut, perked us up, dispelling late afternoon sleepiness after about an hour’s drive from the airport in General Santos City, the commercial hub of southwest Mindanao, to Koronadal City. The first thing we did in the capital of South Cotabato was to have refreshments at Mang Johnny Halo-Halo sa Buko. The halo-halo, the Filipino dessert of…
17 Most Beautiful Fairs and Festivals in Philippines
Philippines are a bunch of happy islands that celebrate almost everything in a spectacular manner. check Philippines fair and festivals list 1. Traslacion of the Black Nazarene, 2. Ati-Atihan Festival , 3. Sinulog Festival, 4. Dinagyang Festival, 5. Philippine Hot Air Balloon Festival, 6. Panagbenga Festival and more.