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Philippines Travel Guide

Philippines Travel Guide seeks to share the vibe of an authentic experience through our idea of adventure travel for explorers and memory seekers in the Philippines.

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November 27

Bonifacio Day is a national holiday in the Philippines, commemorating Andrés Bonifacio, one of the country’s national heroes. The Filipino people celebrate the birth anniversary of Andres Bonifacio, founder of the Katipunan and initiator of the Revolution against Spanish Rule in 1896.

In the Philippines, there are only two kinds of holidays: regular holidays, and special non-working holidays.

Regular holidays are those that usually have a fixed date, such as New Year’s Day, Independence Day, and Christmas Day.

Special Holidays, on the other hand, are more flexible. Apart from being enacted by Congress, they can also be declared by the President of the Philippines.

Get a quick overview of the political history of the Philippines from the time the Spaniards colonised the country in 1521 to its current democratic government.


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