Talisay River is a premier ecotourism destination in Hinatuan, Surigao del Sur. It has earned the moniker of Enchanted River due to its vivid blue waters.

The ayungin pino is a type of fish that's relatively smaller in comparison to other fishes caught in the sea. It's also made into a local delicacy in Tanay, Rizal.

In Naga City, Bicolanos strive to preserve the true meaning  the Nuestra Señora de Peñafrancia, or Ina, in their lives. 

When Engineer Roderico Cane returned to his hometown, he put up a family business to utilize an abundant resource found there.

In a community in Digos City, the women are weaving something magical.

Camp Pangatian in Cabanatuan City, Nueva Ecija serves as a memorial of the daring and successful attempt of the Filipino guerillas to rescue the allied prisoners of war.

One much celebrated fruit is the snack called vallu – the green and tender palay taken from the first harvest.

Any Filipino can now become local ambassadors of their respective hometowns as Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) opens its Doon Po Sa Amin (DPSA) online competition to everyone. DPSA is the country's biggest and longest-running crowd sourced community mapping activity, organized by the telco leader under its Smart Schools Program.

Celebrated during May, the Pahoy-pahoy Festival is an annual thanksgiving in Calbiga, Samar for the abundant harvest they've received throughout the year.

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