Candon City

Ilocos Sur

Candon City News

  • 7th Tobacco Festival Longest Tobacco In The World

    Candon City , Ilocos Sur celebrates its 7th Tobacco Festival in March 25-31, 2008. This video presents the grand parade with the respected gov't officials headed by the Hon. Mayor Allen G. Singson and marching bands from different schools in the city... The highlight of this video is the parade of LONGEST TOBACCO IN THE WORLD...

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  • Tobacco Festival In Ilocos Sur

    Tobacco Festival In Ilocos Sur

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    Expand your horizons and set your sight to the Philippines, an off the beaten path travel site! An undiscovered paradise made of thousands of islands and white sand beaches all around! A tiny dot in the map of the world, and yet a haven for travelers, backpackers, retirees and even passersby.

    It offers awesome tourist attr ...

  • General Aguinaldo Trail Hike Survey Part 1

    General Aguinaldo Trail Hike Survey Part 1

    For four (4) days, I went for a hike and survey to the historic General Aguinaldo Trail from Candon, Ilocos Sur to Lamut, Ifugao which covers an estimated total of almost 300 kilometers of trails and paved roads.

    After studying the available maps and sketch of the posted route of General Emilio Aguinaldo, I decided to start the survey and hike at the intersection of Candon Highway with the road going to the towns of Galimuyod, Salcedo and Gregorio Del Pilar. The road intersection is in front of the Candon South Central Elementary School.

    I've been running on the road from the said inters ...

  • General Aguinaldo Trail 1

    General Aguinaldo Trail 1

    At the age of 30 years old, General Emilio Aguinaldo was the youngest President of a self-proclaimed Philippine Republic and Commander-In-Chief of the Armed Forces when the Insurgency War broke out with the Americans occupying the country after the Spanish authorities left the country. Although the different Regions of the country have their respective Generals and Officers commanding their respective Filipino Armed Resistance Groups against the Americans, General Aguinaldo was regarded with much respect and loyalty by all the Filipino Officers and Soldiers. His orders and command were strictl ...