Bukidnon featured in Cebu Pacific’s inflight magazine “Smile”

Kaamulan Dancers (BukidnonOnline.com)The Province of Bukidnon found in Mindanao, Philippines takes the spotlight in the current issue of the inflight magazine of Cebu Pacific Air, “Smile.” The article about Bukidnon entitled “Tribal Pursuits” centers on the province’s largest annual festival called the Kaamulan Festival. The Kaamulan festival is the annual gathering of Bukidnon’s 7 hill tribes.

For more information and for the complete schedule of activities for this year’s Kaamulan 2009 Festival, check this page.

Going back to the article found in Cebu Pacific’s magazine, I would just like to personally thank the writer, Irwin. I met him last year during the Kaamulan Festival 2008 celebration in Bukidnon. He was very pleasant and friendly. Salamat, Irwin! Thanks for mentioning Bukidnon Online, too 😉  The article is really great and I’m sure it’ll help boost tourism efforts for the Province of Bukidnon. Cheers!

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Mindanaoan is a multi-awarded blogger, social media strategist, publicist, Google Business Group - Women lead organizer, avid traveler and a proud relief operations volunteer. She is also a regular resource person for social media and blogging related conferences/workshops here and abroad. In 2012, Mindanaoan also completed a US Gov't. Department of State-sponsored International Visitor Leadership Program for emerging global leaders. She toured the U.S. for about a month for her IVLP experience. She is the founder of a bloggers group and social media club. She is also an active member of several online media, bloggers and social media enthusiasts groups all over the world. Mindanaoan is available for work and travel. Contact Mindanaoan at mindanaoan@gmail.com

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  1. Randy C says:

    Thanks for the heads up to the article. Though we have land on Samal Island, we are considering Bukidnon as an alternative for our retirement. That is if things get too crowded in Samal. I’ll subscribe to Bukidnon online.

    Randy C’s last blog post..Samal Island Map Print

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