Mga higala! It's that time of the year when the Province of Bukidnon’s beloved and famous KAAMULAN FESTIVAL will be held again this March 23 to April 23, 2023! Usually held in Malaybalay City from the last week of March to about mid-April, Kaamulan Festival is an ethnic festival highlighting the indigenous culture of Bukidnon, and honoring the custom and traditions of the seven (7) original tribal groups in the province namely - the Bukidnon, Higaonon, Talaandig, Manobo, Matigsalug, Tigwahanon and Umayamnon. This is the gathering of the 7 tribes to celebrate and for thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest. The festival name is from a Binukid term "amul" which means gather. Kaamulan Festival has become one of my favorite festivals in Mindanao. I am very much amazed with the colors, musical instruments used, the graceful movements of every performers during the street dancing, and the gigantic entries in the float parade. So without further ado, here's the updated Schedu
Did you know that impulsive Christmas shopping is a problem which plagues many of us during this holiday season? Some of the problems which often comes out from impulsive Christmas shopping are going over budget, buying frivolous items and even forgetting about items that were already purchased. While there are many problems which are often associated with impulsive Christmas shopping, it is important to remember that sometimes impulsive Christmas shopping is a good idea. When you see an item that you just know will make the perfect Christmas gift for a friend or relative and purchase the item without giving it any thought that is the exact definition of impulsive shopping. However, it is also not necessarily a bad thing. Buying a gift on impulse is not a problem when the gift you purchase is a great gift for the intended recipient but impulse Christmas shopping becomes problematic when it causes the shopper to go over budget or purchase silly items they wouldn’t normally buy.
Bukidnon.. my hometown province. There are many Bukidnon tourist spots that is worthy of your visit. It is an area of great wealth, as seen by its expansive plains, beautiful mountains, and valleys, and incredible natural beauty. Come and join me as we both set upon an adventure and explore the best tourist spots in Bukidnon! Lake Apo Located in Barangay Guinoyoran in Valencia City, Bukidnon is an amazing natural wonder you definitely shouldn’t when you visit Bukidnon. Lake Apo is one of the cleanest and most abundant bodies of fresh water in the Philippines. Covering a huge area of 24 hectares, the most popular attraction in Lake Apo is bamboo rafting or “balsa” in the local dialect. Greek Hills Greek Hills in Sinuda, Kitaotao, Bukidnon is truly amazing. It’s one of the most visited tourist spots in Bukidnon because of its breathtaking views and picturesque locations. Additionally, visitors will appreciate the serene environment, making it an ideal tourist destination. The