Pandan, Antique, Philippines 2010

Pandan celebrated its Tugbong Festival from April 21 to 25, 2010. I was just not able to take a lot of photos of the festival but I was able to take some photos of the Dasigay Bugsay Boat Rowing Competition on April 24, 2010.

Other than witnessing the Tugbong Festival in Pandan, I went to see places like Malumpati Cold Spring Resort, also known as Malumpati Health Spring and Tourist Resort. It is believed that Malumpati Health Spring has medicinal properties for healing.

I also went to see the famous Bugang River which won the President’s Award for Environment “Gawad Pangulo sa Kapaligiran” as the cleanest inland body of water in the Philippines.

I went to see some beaches too with gray sands and white sands but regardless of the color of the sands, the beaches in Pandan were very nice and quiet. They were not at all exploited.

I also did not fail to get photos of the setting sun. Pandan is very proud of its Pandan Bay Sunset. It was great to spend some time at the beach in Pandan while the sun was setting.

I did not do a lot of things in Pandan, Antique, Philippines. Nevertheless, I had fun in Pandan as I also did a side trip to Boracay in the province of Aklan.

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  1. […] nice natural attractions that I really visited in Pandan, not only Malumpati Cold Spring and its beaches. Bugang river stretches from Barangay Guia to Barangay Sto. Rosario to Barangay […]

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