Showing posts from January, 2022

Tandag City | The Bat Sanctuary & The Lady Lourdes Grotto - Surigao Del Sur

Tandag City is located in the Capital of Surigao Del Sur in Mindanao, a 5th class megacity with over 66 thousand population. I've visited this awful place numerous times and I witnessed huge advancements from the road to a place to eat. In moment’s visit, this is presumably the last. I'll formerly again be stranded nearly differently for a job call.

Visiting Siargao after super typhoon Odette Megahit (hurricane RAI)

Siargao Island, consists of several beautiful municipalities in Surigao del Norte fiefdom .It formerly enjoyed fashionability due to its natural beauty, beautiful people, and bank. Siargao is one of the most notorious islets in the Philippines aligned with Boracay and Palawan and has formerly again hosted a movie starring a notorious actor, so it has gained indeed more identity. Tourism is abundant in this area

Dining experience at Kawayan Grill - Kidapawan City

If you're planning to stay in Kidawan City and look for an alternative restaurant to dine in Kawayan Barbeque Grill is a good option. It is located in Quirino drive, just a short walk from the city plaza.

Exposing the beauty of Hikong Bente Waterfall - Lake Sebu

  Hikong Bente is the 2nd majestic waterfall that can be explored in the province of South Cotabato. Located in Barangay Seloton in the small town of Lake Sebu, Hikong Bente is known to be the highest and the most beautiful among the seven magnificent waterfalls in the province with  70 feet high.  Lake Sebu is 102 kilometers or about 2 hours drive from General Santos City, the closest Airport to reach this incredible and historic place. 

The Summer Capital of South Cotabato - Lake Sebu

  Lake Sebu is a first-class Municipality and a home of more the eighty thousand people covered by the province of South Cotabato, Philippines. Nested with natural beauty, surrounded by hills, mountainous landscapes, and virgin thick forests covering 42,450 hectares of land area. It is also a home of several Indigenous tribes (T’boli, Ubo, Tiruray, and Manobos), maintain their cultural identity, and is known for their unique skills in weaving, brass casting, and fishing activities. The community living on the lakeshore engaged in aquaculture mainly produces Tilapia and other freshwater harvests while the Agriculture sector contributes the major shares to their economy.

The Masjid Tiban of Indonesia

  Malang is not just famous with regards to beautiful beaches on Java Island in Indonesia but a home of numerous mythological and religious spots. On a typical rainy night, one spot took my attention through a late-night local travel show about this mysterious mosque, the Masjid Tiban; located in the Turen district, Kabupaten Malang (regency), this viral mosque lies in mystical stories from its construction and I was very intrigued about this myth, where even known outside the East Java locals. According to the myth, this 10-story mosque was built by the powerful Jinn forces overnight and it suddenly appeared without noticing by the locals. So, I decided to head to the exact location during my free weekend to see how it was made.

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