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Shangrila of the North! Sagada, Philippines

Shangrila of the North! Sagada, Philippines

Now is a good time for planning your escapades for the rest the year 2018! Let’s start in the North. During the early February to end March, its...

Events

New Years Beliefs and Tradition in the Philippines

New Years Beliefs and Tradition in the Philippines

Through the years, people in different countries do practice variations of beliefs and traditions that portrays their rich culture. As we welcome a...

Business

TRAIN – Tax reform for Acceleration and Inclusion effective 1 January 2018

TRAIN – Tax reform for Acceleration and Inclusion effective 1 January 2018

As everybody else are excited for the new tax reform, let us first know what it is all about.   What is TRAIN? Or what is Tax Reform for...

Video of the Week

 

Philippines Adventure: The Hundred Islands

 

 While traveling the Philippines, one great place to mark on your to-do list is the Hundred Islands. Located in Alaminos, Pangasinan (about 5 hours north of Manila), it provides some of the best backdrops for photos you'll find anywhere.

 

 


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Expatch Calendar Weekly Highlights

 

Friday, 12 Jan. 2018

♡ Sinulog Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Cebu City
Description This famous Philippine festival lures in tourists from all over the world.

The Sinulog Festival in Cebu City is one of the country’s most famous festivals. It is marked by a very long parade by different participating groups in different colorful costumes, dancing in honor of the Santo Nino.

Festival Highlights
The Sinulog grand parade lasts for about 12 hours.
Smaller versions of the festival are held simultaneously in various parts of Cebu.
Spectacular fireworks and the coronation of the Sinulog Festival Queen make the festival extra special.

How to Get There
By plane: Cebu is known as one of the most accessible cities in the country. You can find affordable flights online from Manila to Cebu. Finding a place to stay in Cebu during the Sinulog Festival can be quite difficult so better book your hotel in advance.
By boat/ferry: Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) bus and ferry transports also have routes from Manila to Cebu. This a cheaper alternative to flying as the fare is only below 1000 pesos.
By land transportation: You can choose from jeepneys, buses, taxis, or tricycles to get around the city proper and the surrounding towns.

For more information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Sinulog
Festival (January 5 - February 5)

♡❀ Ati-Atihan Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Aklan
Description Take in the colorful sights and sounds of this year’s Ati-atihan festival in Aklan.

The Ati-Atihan Festival is held annually every third Sunday of January to honor the Santo Nino (infant Jesus) in Kalibo, Aklan. Ati-Atihan is otherwise known as the “mother of all Philippine festivals,” having inspired other popular festivals like the Sinulog in Cebu and Dinagyang in IloIlo.

Festival Highlights
A formal opening mass is held on the first day of the festival.
The second day of the festival is held at dawn with a procession of people praying the rosary, ending with a community mass.
The last day of the Ati-Atihan Festival is capped by an exhilarating dance competition of sorts. Winners are announced during a masquerade ball in the evening, marking the end of the festival.

How to Get There
By plane: You can book a ticket to Kalibo in advance online. From the Kalibo International Airport, you can hire a tricycle to take you to the town center or your hotel.
By boat/ferry: You can also opt to ride one of the Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) ships that dock at the Caticlan Jetty Port, Dumaguit Port and the New Washington Port.
Tricycles-for-hire are available at any of these ports to help you get around town.
By land transportation: If you book a flight going to Caticlan, you can either celebrate the festival in Boracay or you can ride a bus or a van going to Kalibo, where the main celebrations will be held. The ride from Caticlan to Kalibo usually takes an hour and a half and will cost you around 200 pesos.

For more Information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Ati-atihan
Festival (January 8-17)

❊ Crisscrossings: Creative Convergence 2018

Time 10:00am - 10:00pm
Venue Crossroads Cebu, ECCP
Description ABOUT CRISSCROSSINGS

CRISSCROSSINGS: Creative Convergence 2018 (#CCX2018) is a 3-day gathering to celebrate creative entrepreneurship, art, design, and maker culture in Cebu. #CCX2018 is proudly presented by Create Cebu and Crossroads Cebu.
This January 2018, Create Cebu in collaboration with ECCP, A SPACE and Crossroads Mall will be throwing creative talks and workshops, art exhibits and installations, a mini music fest, and a creators' market for three whole days to celebrate and bring together the creative communities of Cebu!

For more information:
https://www.eccp.com/events/?id=419

☆ Webinar: Business Opportunities in Iloilo City, Philippines

Time 4:00pm - 5:00pm
Venue
Description For more information,
please contact BCCP – Overseas Partner Delivery (OPD) through:
Phone: +63 2 556 5232 ext. 301 / 302
E-mail: uksme@britcham.org.ph

Saturday, 13 Jan.2018

♡ Sinulog Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Cebu City
Description This famous Philippine festival lures in tourists from all over the world.

The Sinulog Festival in Cebu City is one of the country’s most famous festivals. It is marked by a very long parade by different participating groups in different colorful costumes, dancing in honor of the Santo Nino.

Festival Highlights
The Sinulog grand parade lasts for about 12 hours.
Smaller versions of the festival are held simultaneously in various parts of Cebu.
Spectacular fireworks and the coronation of the Sinulog Festival Queen make the festival extra special.

How to Get There
By plane: Cebu is known as one of the most accessible cities in the country. You can find affordable flights online from Manila to Cebu. Finding a place to stay in Cebu during the Sinulog Festival can be quite difficult so better book your hotel in advance.
By boat/ferry: Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) bus and ferry transports also have routes from Manila to Cebu. This a cheaper alternative to flying as the fare is only below 1000 pesos.
By land transportation: You can choose from jeepneys, buses, taxis, or tricycles to get around the city proper and the surrounding towns.

For more information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Sinulog
Festival (January 5 - February 5)

♡❀ Ati-Atihan Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Aklan
Description Take in the colorful sights and sounds of this year’s Ati-atihan festival in Aklan.

The Ati-Atihan Festival is held annually every third Sunday of January to honor the Santo Nino (infant Jesus) in Kalibo, Aklan. Ati-Atihan is otherwise known as the “mother of all Philippine festivals,” having inspired other popular festivals like the Sinulog in Cebu and Dinagyang in IloIlo.

Festival Highlights
A formal opening mass is held on the first day of the festival.
The second day of the festival is held at dawn with a procession of people praying the rosary, ending with a community mass.
The last day of the Ati-Atihan Festival is capped by an exhilarating dance competition of sorts. Winners are announced during a masquerade ball in the evening, marking the end of the festival.

How to Get There
By plane: You can book a ticket to Kalibo in advance online. From the Kalibo International Airport, you can hire a tricycle to take you to the town center or your hotel.
By boat/ferry: You can also opt to ride one of the Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) ships that dock at the Caticlan Jetty Port, Dumaguit Port and the New Washington Port.
Tricycles-for-hire are available at any of these ports to help you get around town.
By land transportation: If you book a flight going to Caticlan, you can either celebrate the festival in Boracay or you can ride a bus or a van going to Kalibo, where the main celebrations will be held. The ride from Caticlan to Kalibo usually takes an hour and a half and will cost you around 200 pesos.

For more Information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Ati-atihan
Festival (January 8-17)

❊ Crisscrossings: Creative Convergence 2018

Time 10:00am - 10:00pm
Venue Crossroads Cebu, ECCP
Description ABOUT CRISSCROSSINGS

CRISSCROSSINGS: Creative Convergence 2018 (#CCX2018) is a 3-day gathering to celebrate creative entrepreneurship, art, design, and maker culture in Cebu. #CCX2018 is proudly presented by Create Cebu and Crossroads Cebu.
This January 2018, Create Cebu in collaboration with ECCP, A SPACE and Crossroads Mall will be throwing creative talks and workshops, art exhibits and installations, a mini music fest, and a creators' market for three whole days to celebrate and bring together the creative communities of Cebu!

For more information:
https://www.eccp.com/events/?id=419

Sunday, 14 Jan.2018

♡ Sinulog Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Cebu City
Description This famous Philippine festival lures in tourists from all over the world.

The Sinulog Festival in Cebu City is one of the country’s most famous festivals. It is marked by a very long parade by different participating groups in different colorful costumes, dancing in honor of the Santo Nino.

Festival Highlights
The Sinulog grand parade lasts for about 12 hours.
Smaller versions of the festival are held simultaneously in various parts of Cebu.
Spectacular fireworks and the coronation of the Sinulog Festival Queen make the festival extra special.

How to Get There
By plane: Cebu is known as one of the most accessible cities in the country. You can find affordable flights online from Manila to Cebu. Finding a place to stay in Cebu during the Sinulog Festival can be quite difficult so better book your hotel in advance.
By boat/ferry: Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) bus and ferry transports also have routes from Manila to Cebu. This a cheaper alternative to flying as the fare is only below 1000 pesos.
By land transportation: You can choose from jeepneys, buses, taxis, or tricycles to get around the city proper and the surrounding towns.

For more information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Sinulog
Festival (January 5 - February 5)

♡❀ Ati-Atihan Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Aklan
Description Take in the colorful sights and sounds of this year’s Ati-atihan festival in Aklan.

The Ati-Atihan Festival is held annually every third Sunday of January to honor the Santo Nino (infant Jesus) in Kalibo, Aklan. Ati-Atihan is otherwise known as the “mother of all Philippine festivals,” having inspired other popular festivals like the Sinulog in Cebu and Dinagyang in IloIlo.

Festival Highlights
A formal opening mass is held on the first day of the festival.
The second day of the festival is held at dawn with a procession of people praying the rosary, ending with a community mass.
The last day of the Ati-Atihan Festival is capped by an exhilarating dance competition of sorts. Winners are announced during a masquerade ball in the evening, marking the end of the festival.

How to Get There
By plane: You can book a ticket to Kalibo in advance online. From the Kalibo International Airport, you can hire a tricycle to take you to the town center or your hotel.
By boat/ferry: You can also opt to ride one of the Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) ships that dock at the Caticlan Jetty Port, Dumaguit Port and the New Washington Port.
Tricycles-for-hire are available at any of these ports to help you get around town.
By land transportation: If you book a flight going to Caticlan, you can either celebrate the festival in Boracay or you can ride a bus or a van going to Kalibo, where the main celebrations will be held. The ride from Caticlan to Kalibo usually takes an hour and a half and will cost you around 200 pesos.

For more Information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Ati-atihan
Festival (January 8-17)

❊ Crisscrossings: Creative Convergence 2018

Time 10:00am - 10:00pm
Venue Crossroads Cebu, ECCP
Description ABOUT CRISSCROSSINGS

CRISSCROSSINGS: Creative Convergence 2018 (#CCX2018) is a 3-day gathering to celebrate creative entrepreneurship, art, design, and maker culture in Cebu. #CCX2018 is proudly presented by Create Cebu and Crossroads Cebu.
This January 2018, Create Cebu in collaboration with ECCP, A SPACE and Crossroads Mall will be throwing creative talks and workshops, art exhibits and installations, a mini music fest, and a creators' market for three whole days to celebrate and bring together the creative communities of Cebu!

For more information:
https://www.eccp.com/events/?id=419

Monday, 15 Jan.2018

♡ Sinulog Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Cebu City
Description This famous Philippine festival lures in tourists from all over the world.

The Sinulog Festival in Cebu City is one of the country’s most famous festivals. It is marked by a very long parade by different participating groups in different colorful costumes, dancing in honor of the Santo Nino.

Festival Highlights
The Sinulog grand parade lasts for about 12 hours.
Smaller versions of the festival are held simultaneously in various parts of Cebu.
Spectacular fireworks and the coronation of the Sinulog Festival Queen make the festival extra special.

How to Get There
By plane: Cebu is known as one of the most accessible cities in the country. You can find affordable flights online from Manila to Cebu. Finding a place to stay in Cebu during the Sinulog Festival can be quite difficult so better book your hotel in advance.
By boat/ferry: Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) bus and ferry transports also have routes from Manila to Cebu. This a cheaper alternative to flying as the fare is only below 1000 pesos.
By land transportation: You can choose from jeepneys, buses, taxis, or tricycles to get around the city proper and the surrounding towns.

For more information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Sinulog
Festival (January 5 - February 5)

♡❀ Ati-Atihan Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Aklan
Description Take in the colorful sights and sounds of this year’s Ati-atihan festival in Aklan.
The Ati-Atihan Festival is held annually every third Sunday of January to honor the Santo Nino (infant Jesus) in Kalibo, Aklan. Ati-Atihan is otherwise known as the “mother of all Philippine festivals,” having inspired other popular festivals like the Sinulog in Cebu and Dinagyang in IloIlo.

Festival Highlights
A formal opening mass is held on the first day of the festival.
The second day of the festival is held at dawn with a procession of people praying the rosary, ending with a community mass.
The last day of the Ati-Atihan Festival is capped by an exhilarating dance competition of sorts. Winners are announced during a masquerade ball in the evening, marking the end of the festival.

How to Get There
By plane: You can book a ticket to Kalibo in advance online. From the Kalibo International Airport, you can hire a tricycle to take you to the town center or your hotel.
By boat/ferry: You can also opt to ride one of the Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) ships that dock at the Caticlan Jetty Port, Dumaguit Port and the New Washington Port.
Tricycles-for-hire are available at any of these ports to help you get around town.
By land transportation: If you book a flight going to Caticlan, you can either celebrate the festival in Boracay or you can ride a bus or a van going to Kalibo, where the main celebrations will be held. The ride from Caticlan to Kalibo usually takes an hour and a half and will cost you around 200 pesos.

For more Information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Ati-atihan

Festival (January 8-17)

Tuesday, 16 Jan.2018

♡ Sinulog Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Cebu City
Description This famous Philippine festival lures in tourists from all over the world.

The Sinulog Festival in Cebu City is one of the country’s most famous festivals. It is marked by a very long parade by different participating groups in different colorful costumes, dancing in honor of the Santo Nino.

Festival Highlights
The Sinulog grand parade lasts for about 12 hours.
Smaller versions of the festival are held simultaneously in various parts of Cebu.
Spectacular fireworks and the coronation of the Sinulog Festival Queen make the festival extra special.

How to Get There
By plane: Cebu is known as one of the most accessible cities in the country. You can find affordable flights online from Manila to Cebu. Finding a place to stay in Cebu during the Sinulog Festival can be quite difficult so better book your hotel in advance.
By boat/ferry: Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) bus and ferry transports also have routes from Manila to Cebu. This a cheaper alternative to flying as the fare is only below 1000 pesos.
By land transportation: You can choose from jeepneys, buses, taxis, or tricycles to get around the city proper and the surrounding towns.

For more information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Sinulog
Festival (January 5 - February 5)

♡❀ Ati-Atihan Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Aklan
Description Take in the colorful sights and sounds of this year’s Ati-atihan festival in Aklan.
The Ati-Atihan Festival is held annually every third Sunday of January to honor the Santo Nino (infant Jesus) in Kalibo, Aklan. Ati-Atihan is otherwise known as the “mother of all Philippine festivals,” having inspired other popular festivals like the Sinulog in Cebu and Dinagyang in IloIlo.

Festival Highlights
A formal opening mass is held on the first day of the festival.
The second day of the festival is held at dawn with a procession of people praying the rosary, ending with a community mass.
The last day of the Ati-Atihan Festival is capped by an exhilarating dance competition of sorts. Winners are announced during a masquerade ball in the evening, marking the end of the festival.

How to Get There
By plane: You can book a ticket to Kalibo in advance online. From the Kalibo International Airport, you can hire a tricycle to take you to the town center or your hotel.
By boat/ferry: You can also opt to ride one of the Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) ships that dock at the Caticlan Jetty Port, Dumaguit Port and the New Washington Port.
Tricycles-for-hire are available at any of these ports to help you get around town.
By land transportation: If you book a flight going to Caticlan, you can either celebrate the festival in Boracay or you can ride a bus or a van going to Kalibo, where the main celebrations will be held. The ride from Caticlan to Kalibo usually takes an hour and a half and will cost you around 200 pesos.

For more Information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Ati-atihan

Festival (January 8-17)

Wednesday, 17 Jan.2018

♡ Sinulog Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Cebu City
Description This famous Philippine festival lures in tourists from all over the world.

The Sinulog Festival in Cebu City is one of the country’s most famous festivals. It is marked by a very long parade by different participating groups in different colorful costumes, dancing in honor of the Santo Nino.

Festival Highlights
The Sinulog grand parade lasts for about 12 hours.
Smaller versions of the festival are held simultaneously in various parts of Cebu.
Spectacular fireworks and the coronation of the Sinulog Festival Queen make the festival extra special.

How to Get There
By plane: Cebu is known as one of the most accessible cities in the country. You can find affordable flights online from Manila to Cebu. Finding a place to stay in Cebu during the Sinulog Festival can be quite difficult so better book your hotel in advance.
By boat/ferry: Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) bus and ferry transports also have routes from Manila to Cebu. This a cheaper alternative to flying as the fare is only below 1000 pesos.
By land transportation: You can choose from jeepneys, buses, taxis, or tricycles to get around the city proper and the surrounding towns.

For more information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Sinulog
Festival (January 5 - February 5)

♡❀ Ati-Atihan Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Aklan
Description Take in the colorful sights and sounds of this year’s Ati-atihan festival in Aklan.
The Ati-Atihan Festival is held annually every third Sunday of January to honor the Santo Nino (infant Jesus) in Kalibo, Aklan. Ati-Atihan is otherwise known as the “mother of all Philippine festivals,” having inspired other popular festivals like the Sinulog in Cebu and Dinagyang in IloIlo.

Festival Highlights
A formal opening mass is held on the first day of the festival.
The second day of the festival is held at dawn with a procession of people praying the rosary, ending with a community mass.
The last day of the Ati-Atihan Festival is capped by an exhilarating dance competition of sorts. Winners are announced during a masquerade ball in the evening, marking the end of the festival.

How to Get There
By plane: You can book a ticket to Kalibo in advance online. From the Kalibo International Airport, you can hire a tricycle to take you to the town center or your hotel.
By boat/ferry: You can also opt to ride one of the Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) ships that dock at the Caticlan Jetty Port, Dumaguit Port and the New Washington Port.
Tricycles-for-hire are available at any of these ports to help you get around town.
By land transportation: If you book a flight going to Caticlan, you can either celebrate the festival in Boracay or you can ride a bus or a van going to Kalibo, where the main celebrations will be held. The ride from Caticlan to Kalibo usually takes an hour and a half and will cost you around 200 pesos.

For more Information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Ati-atihan

Festival (January 8-17)

☆ Amcham Philippines General Membership Luncheon Meeting

Time 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Venue
Description Guest Speaker
Sec. Ramon Lopez
Department of Trade and Industry

Tariff
AmCham Members – Free
Affiliates and Additional Members – ₱1500
Non-Member – ₱1800
Walk-In – ₱2000
For more information,
contact Ms. KV Rojas
kv@amchamphilippines.com
818-7911 loc. 217.
http://www.amchamphilippines.com/events/general-membership-luncheon-meeting-01-17-2018/

❊ German Club: Skat, Jass and Schafkof Evening

Time 7:00pm - 10:00pm
Venue 118 V.A. Rufino St., Legaspi Village, Makati City, Metro Manila
Description A regular occurrence in the club every Wednesday evening. Join in for a good round Skat, Schafkopf or Jass game. |

Phone: +63 2 817 3552 |
Email: germanclub@germanclub.ph |
Website: www.germanclub.ph |

Thursday, 18 Jan.2018

♡ Sinulog Festival

Time 12:00am - 12:00pm
Venue Cebu City
Description This famous Philippine festival lures in tourists from all over the world.

The Sinulog Festival in Cebu City is one of the country’s most famous festivals. It is marked by a very long parade by different participating groups in different colorful costumes, dancing in honor of the Santo Nino.

Festival Highlights
The Sinulog grand parade lasts for about 12 hours.
Smaller versions of the festival are held simultaneously in various parts of Cebu.
Spectacular fireworks and the coronation of the Sinulog Festival Queen make the festival extra special.

How to Get There
By plane: Cebu is known as one of the most accessible cities in the country. You can find affordable flights online from Manila to Cebu. Finding a place to stay in Cebu during the Sinulog Festival can be quite difficult so better book your hotel in advance.
By boat/ferry: Roll-on and Roll-off (RoRo) bus and ferry transports also have routes from Manila to Cebu. This a cheaper alternative to flying as the fare is only below 1000 pesos.
By land transportation: You can choose from jeepneys, buses, taxis, or tricycles to get around the city proper and the surrounding towns.

For more information
https://explore.traveloka.com/guide-philippine-festivals#Sinulog
Festival (January 5 - February 5)

❀ Amcham Philippines General Membership Luncheon Meeting

Time 12:00pm - 2:00pm
Venue
Description Tariff
AmCham Central Luzon Members – Free
Other Chapters and Non-Members – ₱800

For more information,
contact Ms. Joan Sabroso
joan@amchamphilippines.com
0927-912-3248

http://www.amchamphilippines.com/events/general-membership-luncheon-meeting-central-luzon/
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