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  • Malbog Sulfur Spring Of Marinduque

    The beautiful Sulfur Spring, very good for the skin and very relaxing! Stay tuned again next next week! Cheers!

  • Malbog Sulfuric Hot Spring Resort A Therapeutic Destination We Must All Try

    Malbog Sulfuric Hot Spring Resort A Therapeutic Destination We Must All Try

    Malbog Sulfuric Hot Spring Resort or "Mabaho" is located at the foot of the mountain in Brgy. Malbog, Buenavista, Marinduque. The hot spring has sulfur content popularly used for skin care and treatments. Despite its rotten-egg like foul, many locals and tourists visit this place for body relaxation and healing of skin conditions. Some are even bringing home bottles of sulfuric water.

    HISTORY AND BACKGROUND

    Many believed that this sulfuric hot spring was discovered during the Spanish period. It is a spring of sulfuric water coming from Mt. Malindig which was later on developed to be a ...

  • Street Dancing On Buenavistas Feast Day

    Street Dancing On Buenavistas Feast Day

    Today's the Feast Day of Sto. Nino in Buenavista, Marinduque. Buenavista is the smallest of Marinduque's six towns, located on the southwestern portion of this island-province. Inhabitants of this town speak Marinduque Tagalog with a blend of Masbate and Romblon dialectic influences. Some of those living in the coastal areas trace their roots to Banton island in Romblon.

    The 1,157 meter Malindig Volcano serves as its backdrop. 'Malindig' where 'Marinduque' was derived from means steep and elegant. This year, the municipal government, in cooperation with the Department of Education and all ...

  • Kids Take Center Stage In Marinduque Festival

    Unlike the extravagant pageantry of the Sinulog in Cebu City, Dinagyang in Iloilo City and Ati-Atihan in Kalibo town in Aklan, Marinduque marked the golden anniversary of its own version of the Feast of the Sto. NiƱo with hundreds of children joining the street-dancing parade and performances.

    Sunday's celebration at the Santa Cruz town plaza highlighted the children's dynamism and early devotion to the Child Jesus.

    Accompanied by their parents and guardians, the young performers swayed to the beat of drums and bamboo percussion instruments while shouting "Hala Bira" and prancing around ...

  • Buenavistas Grand Santo Nino Festival

    Buenavistas Grand Santo Nino Festival

    The Santo Nino is the oldest and most popular religious image kept in almost every Catholic home and work places in the Philippines. The image played a significant role in the propagation of the Catholic faith especially at the start of Christianity in the country, the first image having been brought by Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. Many believe that the revered image has the power to heal the sick, grant one's wishes and so it has attracted countless numbers of devotees.

    January is the month of Santo Nino Festivals where many towns, cities and provinces pay homage to the Child Jesus through ...

  • Marinduque Summer Getaway 2014 Malbog Sulfur Hot Spring

    Marinduque Summer Getaway 2014 Malbog Sulfur Hot Spring

    Every time we go to Marinduque when we were still kids, we never miss to swim in this hot spring. It is a well known sulfur hot spring in Buenavista which is believed to have the ability to cure skin disease. And I think that could be attributed to the sulfur content of the hot spring coming from the dormant volcano, Mt. Malindig. Barangay Malbog happened to be sitting at the foot of the mountain.

    Due to high sulfur content, you can already smell sulfur even before entering the hot spring premises. Smells like a rotten egg, thats sulfur. And one person can tell if you recently swam here bec ...