Category Archives: Ethnic

Bukidnon Online now has an Android app — DOWNLOAD IT HERE

FINALLY! Bukidnon Online, the longest-running blog about Bukidnon, is now also the very first Bukidnon blog to have its own official Android app! Now, it’s easier to be in the know! Get easy and fast updates, relevant community news and features via the official Bukidnon

Matigsalug – Manobo IPs receive new tribal hall in Kitaotao

The Matigsalug – Manobo tribes in Kitaotao, Bukidnon recently received a new tribal hall with sleeping quarters. The new tribal hall, located at Brgy. Sagundanon, Kitaotao, Bukidnon, was inaugurated on July 24, 2020. The Matigsalug – Manobo tribal hall was funded under the Department of

FINALLY: Bukidnon Kaamulan Festival has fixed dates every year

FINALLY. After 40 years, the annual Kaamulan Festival in Bukidnon now has set dates every year. This means that starting 2019, tourists, guests, visitors interested to witness the only authentic ethnic festival in the Philippines can plan accordingly. This is definitely a good development, especially

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Bukidnon Tribal Wedding during Kaamulan Festival 2018

A tribal wedding was one of the more interesting and very solemn, albeit uncrowded, events during the Kaamulan Festival 2018. It’s not every day that you get to witness an event that really highlighted the traditions of our Bukidnon indigenous brothers and sisters, which the

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Kaamulan Festival 2018 Ethnic Tribal Olympics

The Kaamulan Festival is an annual gathering of the 7 hill tribes of Bukidnon. This means that while there may be musical events, celebrities, band shows and all those modern events during Kaamulan, let’s not forget our indigenous brothers and sisters. This Bukidnon festival is

Kaamulan Grounds Malaybalay Bukidnon Foot Bridge

Looks like the Kaamulan Grounds is undergoing continuous landscape changes. In 2015, a water fountain, which also served as a rotunda of sorts, was constructed at the Kaamulan Grounds, in front of the Bukidnon Tourism Office. These days, the area now has a footbridge, as seen

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