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Flavors of the Philippines hits weekend markets

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Visitors and guest are entertained by our drum beaters, buskers, and magicians (2)
Visitors and guest are entertained by our drum beaters, buskers, and magicians

Food Trips: Flavors of the Philippines hits weekend markets

To further drum up interest in the nationwide food festival, Flavors of the Philippines, an official event tent was put up last April 3 at the Eton Centris Sunday Market, and will be at the Legaspi Sunday Market on April 10.

Flavors of the Philippines team joins our drum beaters for fun
Flavors of the Philippines team joins our drum beaters for fun

The Flavors of the Philippines tent serves tasting portions of coffee , buko juice, sago’t gulaman, dirty ice cream, several types of specially prepared local kakanins, pandesal with different fillings, and other iconic Filipino food to booth visitors.

The booth also has prizes for visitors who join games revolving around the Philippines’ tourist destinations, festivals, and regional food; as well as freebies for visitors who like the Flavors of the Philippines FB page.


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Free food samples inside the booth
Free food samples inside the booth – weekend markets

The Flavors of the Philippines tent also provides entertainment for weekend market-goers, with bongo players, a clown balloonist, clowns on stilts, buskers and magicians.

Visitors and guest are entertained by our drum beaters, buskers, and magicians (2)
Visitors and guest are entertained by our drum beaters, buskers, and magicians

Flavors of the Philippines is a month-long gastronomic food festival that highlights the regional delights of the country with activities ranging from cook-offs, food and market tours, bazaars, and food and agri fairs.

Held simultaneously in Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao, the 2nd Flavors of the Philippines is being organized by the Department of Tourism (DOT)/ Tourism Promotions Board (TPB) to create cultural bridges through food, gastronomy being one of the most popular Filipino travel “destinations.”

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