Itneg Cloth

  Itneg Cloth The Itneg are “the people of the mountain” and are an ethnic group from the uplands of Abra. They have a tradition of embroidering symbols onto their clothing. You may want to read: Magdalena Gamayo Tangkulo

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Panubok Embroidery

  Panubok Embroidery Panubok is the traditional embroidery of Panay Bukidnon women. This beautiful piece features intricate embroidery and a puffed sleeve. “Panubok” comes from the archaic word “tubok” which is “to embroider”. You may want to read: Skinny Jeans side effect Itneg Cloth

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Maritangtang

  Fisherfolks in Barangay Nalvo, Santa Maria in Ilocos Sur harvest their sea urchins locally known as “Maritangtang” which are being sold for Php 130 to Php 150 per kilo. (@philippinestar) You may want to read: Wasay-wasay

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How to spot fake Philippine money?

How to spot fake Philippine money? In order to ascertain the genuineness of Philippine banknotes, the BSP advises the public to carefully feel, look, and tilt their banknotes to check for security features, as illustrated below:   Feel 1. Security Paper 2. Embossed Prints 3. Tactile Marks   Look 4. Watermark 5. Security Fiber 6. Asymmetric Serial Number… Read More »

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How much does a jeepney cost in the Philippines?

  How much does a jeepney cost in the Philippines? A 20 passenger capacity jeepney in the Philippines cost Php 695,000.00 cash and a total of Php 820,000.00 if paid on installment. SARAO Motors Inc., a leading manufacturer of jeepney in the Philippines is offering to sell its jeepneys in 36 monthly installments. The downpayment is Php 450,000.00… Read More »

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