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Davao is filled with mouthwatering cuisine that will make your food trip worthwhile.

Davao’s delicious durian featured in Silkwinds magazine

“”DAVAO is not called the ‘Fruit Basket of the Philippines’ for nothing. Top of the heap — the rich, pungent King of Fruits, which is practically the city’s favorite fruit.” Silkwinds Magazine Story by Joyce Ong Y.T. and photos by Rhonson Ng and Jojie Alcantara

F&B Manager Chel Galang Yabut

Marco Polo Davao appoints new Food & Beverage Manager

I had the pleasure of meeting Marco Polo Davao’s new Food & Beverage Manager, Ms. Ma. Consuelo Galang-Yabut, during a media luncheon at the Polo Bistro.

Food-tography Tour part 2 with Jojie Alcantara at SM

Go on a food trip around SM Lanang Premier restaurants with Davao’s multi-awarded photographer Jojie Alcantara in Food-tography Tour Part 2 on September 22!

Kadayawan’s Supersize Boodle Fight at Park Inn by Radisson Davao

Here comes Park Inn by Radisson Davao joining the Kadayawan festivities by upgrading its best seller Supersize meals with a delectable twist called Supersize Boodle Fight, which starts on August 15 until August 31. This will be served daily for lunch and dinner at RBG’s all day dining restaurant.

17th Asia Pacific Retailers Convention and Exhibit

Billed as Asia’s biggest and longest running retail convention, the Asia Pacific Retailers Convention and Exhibition or APRCE is a major project of the Federation of Asia-Pacific Retailers Associations (FAPRA). Composed of 17 national retail associations in Asia Pacific, the FAPRA includes a diverse range of member countries including Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, Philippines, China, Hong Kong, Chinese Taipei, Korea, Australia, New Zealand, India, Mongolia, Fiji, and Turkey.

Tagum’s Kagikan Exhibit pays tribute to original settlers

Tagum’s Kagikan Exhibit pays tribute to original settlers The Kagikan Exhibit formally opened on February 23, 2015 at the Gaisano Mall of Tagum Atrium, showcasing Tagum City’s three original settlers: the indigenous peoples (lumads), the muslims and the pioneer migrant pilgrims who came from the northern islands of Luzon, Cebu, Bohol, Iloilo and Leyte.   These are the tri-people inhabitants of the city which are being highlighted and acknowledged for the first time since the foundation of Tagum as a political and territorial subdivision in the past seventy years.   The City Information Office spearheads this year’s annual exhibit, and the show’s opening was witnessed by the Indigenous Peoples Mandatory Representatives to the city’s 23 barangays, with members of cultural communities and Muslims dressed colorfully in traditional clothes. Direct descendants of early settlers graced the occasion and expressed gratitude for this touching tribute to their forefathers.   The exhibit showcased traditional wears, utensils, musical instruments and tribal accessories of both ethnic and Muslim communities based on written accounts of early migrants who came to Tagum …

Tagbaobo Community-Based Ecotourism

With the theme of “Marine and Coastal Ecotourism: Oceans of Uncertainties, Waves of Opportunities,” among Tagbaobo’s sightseeing attractions include the Magongawong and Sampao Falls, Cawa-Cawa Rice Field demo, Samal Tribal House at Sitio Libud, and other adventures on horseback riding or habal-habal (motorcycle).