Iligan City is known for its waterfalls and the Tinago Falls is one of the city’s main tourist destinations. As it name refers to, it can be found beneath a deep ravine.

The trunks of the coconut trees in Butuan are the habitat of abatod or the Asian palm weevil/sago palm weevil, which can be eaten.

In Lopez, Quezon, the faithful gather each year to honor the Nuestra Señora del Rosario, to whom they are grateful for protection through tough times.

In Lapu-lapu City, magbobotes scrounge dumps to gather used bottles in exchange for a few cents, but what they do is a huge environmental undertaking.

The most famous sanctuaries for tarsiers are located in Bohol. But in South Cotabato, there’s also a tarsier sanctuary in the foot of Mt. Matutum, at Brgy. Linan in Tupi.

Folk music is a tradition deeply ingrained among Ilocanos in Laoag City, Ilocos Norte.

Located in Ilocos Norte, Bacarra is distinguished for their exported goods like the katukung (gourd hats), buktu (tiny gobyfish), bagbadyok (edible algae) and so on. 

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.

The Gian Lantern Festival is celebrated by the people of San Fernando, Pampanga yearly, in time for the upcoming Christmas. 

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