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Region IV-B (MIMAROPA Region)

MIMAROPA Region with all its basic know-whats, historical places, tourist attractions, scenic spots and captivating festivals.

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Region IV-B (MIMAROPA Region)

  1. 1. REGION IV-B (MIMAROPA Region)
  2. 2. The borders of Southern Tagalog Region (Region IV) before former President Gloria Macapagal- Arroyo signed Executive Order No. 103, s. 2002 that transfers Aurora to Region III and then dividing further into two (CALABARZON and MIMAROPA regions).
  3. 3. Region III and Region IV after Gloria Macapagal- Arroyo signed Executive Order No. 103, s. 2002.
  4. 4. Provinces under Region IV-B (MIMAROPA Region): 1. Occidental MIndoro 2. Oriental MIndoro 3. MArinduque 4. ROmblon 5. PAlawan
  5. 5. OCCIDENTAL MINDORO “Maritime Wonderland of Luzon” “Home of the Indigenous Mangyans”
  6. 6. OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Location)
  7. 7. OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (History) MINDORO island during…. …Pre-Spanish time MA-I …Spanish time MINA DE ORO …1950, it was divided into: OCCIDENTAL and ORIENTAL MINDORO
  8. 8. OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Products)
  9. 9. OCCIDENTAL MINDORO’s HISTORICAL PLACES SCENIC SPOTS and TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
  10. 10. LUBANG ISLAND OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Historical Places)
  11. 11. PAROLA PARK OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Historical Places)
  12. 12. AMBULONG ISLAND OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Scenic Spots)
  13. 13. APO REEF NATIONAL PARK OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Scenic Spots)
  14. 14. MT. IGLIT-BACO NATIONAL PARK OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Scenic Spots)
  15. 15. WHITE ISLAND OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Scenic Spots)
  16. 16. CABRA ISLAND OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Tourist Attractions)
  17. 17. CALAWAGAN MOUNTAIN RESORT OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Tourist Attractions)
  18. 18. CALAWAGAN RIVER RESORT OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Tourist Attractions)
  19. 19. MINA DE ORO BEACH RESORT OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Tourist Attractions)
  20. 20. PARADISE BEACH RESORT OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Tourist Attractions)
  21. 21. OCCIDENTAL MINDORO’s FESTIVALS
  22. 22. ARAWATAN FESTIVAL OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Festivals)
  23. 23. SAKNUNGAN FESTIVAL OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Festivals)
  24. 24. OCCIDENTAL MINDORO’s IMPORTANT/FAMOUS PERSONALITY
  25. 25. CARLOS LOYZAGA OCCIDENTAL MINDORO (Imp’t/Famous Personality)
  26. 26. ORIENTAL MINDORO “Home of the Indigenous Mangyans”
  27. 27. ORIENTAL MINDORO (Location)
  28. 28. ORIENTAL MINDORO (Products)
  29. 29. ORIENTAL MINDORO’s HISTORICAL PLACES SCENIC SPOTS and TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
  30. 30. BALUARTE ORIENTAL MINDORO (Historical Places)
  31. 31. CROSS AT MUELLE ORIENTAL MINDORO (Historical Places)
  32. 32. KUTA SHRINE ORIENTAL MINDORO (Historical Places)
  33. 33. ALIBATAN ISLANDS ORIENTAL MINDORO (Scenic Spots)
  34. 34. MT. HALCON ORIENTAL MINDORO (Scenic Spots)
  35. 35. TAMARAW FALLS ORIENTAL MINDORO (Scenic Spots)
  36. 36. ARIGOY RIVER KAYAKING ORIENTAL MINDORO (Tourist Attractions)
  37. 37. PUERTO GALERA ORIENTAL MINDORO (Tourist Attractions)
  38. 38. TUKURAN FALLS ORIENTAL MINDORO (Tourist Attractions)
  39. 39. ORIENTAL MINDORO’s FESTIVALS
  40. 40. BAHAGHARI FESTIVAL ORIENTAL MINDORO (Festivals)
  41. 41. BANANA FESTIVAL ORIENTAL MINDORO (Festivals)
  42. 42. SULYOG FESTIVAL ORIENTAL MINDORO (Festivals)
  43. 43. ORIENTAL MINDORO’s IMPORTANT/FAMOUS PERSONALITIES
  44. 44. CHARO SANTOS-CONCIO ORIENTAL MINDORO (Imp’t/Famous Personalities)
  45. 45. EJAY FALCON ORIENTAL MINDORO (Imp’t/Famous Personalities)
  46. 46. LITO CAMO ORIENTAL MINDORO (Imp’t/Famous Personalities)
  47. 47. NOLI DE CASTRO ORIENTAL MINDORO (Imp’t/Famous Personalities)
  48. 48. MARINDUQUE “The Heart of the Philippines”
  49. 49. MARINDUQUE (Location)
  50. 50. MARINDUQUE (History) MARINDUQUE may got its name from... … the legend of the tragic love between Marina and Garduke, or… … the mountain found in the province, Mt. Malindig, or… … the Spanish found it hard to pronounce Malindig, so they coined “Marinduc” then it was changed into Marinduque, finally.
  51. 51. MARINDUQUE (Products)
  52. 52. MARINDUQUE’s HISTORICAL PLACES SCENIC SPOTS and TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
  53. 53. BATTLE OF PULANG LUPA MARKER MARINDUQUE (Historical Places)
  54. 54. BATTLE OF PAYE MARKER MARINDUQUE (Historical Places)
  55. 55. BOAC CHURCH MARINDUQUE (Historical Places)
  56. 56. BATHALA CAVES MARINDUQUE (Scenic Spots)
  57. 57. PAADJAO FALLS MARINDUQUE (Scenic Spots)
  58. 58. TRES REYES ISLANDS MARINDUQUE (Scenic Spots)
  59. 59. BLESSED BIGLANG-AWA MIRACULOUS SHRINE MARINDUQUE (Tourist Attractions)
  60. 60. MALBOG SULFUR SPRING MARINDUQUE (Tourist Attractions)
  61. 61. MARINDUQUE’s FESTIVALS
  62. 62. BULATING FESTIVAL MARINDUQUE (Festivals)
  63. 63. BILA-BILA FESTIVAL MARINDUQUE (Festivals)
  64. 64. MORIONES FESTIVAL MARINDUQUE (Festivals)
  65. 65. MARINDUQUE’s IMPORTANT/FAMOUS PERSONALITIES
  66. 66. RICARDO J. VIDAL MARINDUQUE (Imp’t Personalities)
  67. 67. ZAIJAN JARANILLA MARINDUQUE (Imp’t Personalities)
  68. 68. ROMBLON “Marble Capital of the Philippines”
  69. 69. ROMBLON (Location)
  70. 70. ROMBLON (History) ROMBLON’s name came from hens… The province of Romblon was formerly called Lomlon (an act of a hen nesting to warm her eggs). Then it was Domblon before it finally became Romblon.
  71. 71. ROMBLON (Products)
  72. 72. ROMBLON’s HISTORICAL PLACES SCENIC SPOTS and TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
  73. 73. BATTLE OF SIBUYAN SEA MARKER ROMBLON (Historical Places)
  74. 74. FORT SAN ANDRES ROMBLON (Historical Places)
  75. 75. ST. JOSEPH CATHEDRAL AND BELFRY ROMBLON (Historical Places)
  76. 76. BISHOP’S PALACE ROMBLON (Historical Places)
  77. 77. MAINIT FALLS ROMBLON (Scenic Spots)
  78. 78. MT. GUITING GUITING ROMBLON (Scenic Spots)
  79. 79. TINAGONG DAGAT ROMBLON (Scenic Spots)
  80. 80. BONBON BEACH ROMBLON (Tourist Attractions)
  81. 81. GUYANGAN CAVES ROMBLON (Tourist Attractions)
  82. 82. TIAMBAN BEACH ROMBLON (Tourist Attractions)
  83. 83. ROMBLON’s FESTIVALS
  84. 84. BINIRAY FESTIVAL ROMBLON (Festival)
  85. 85. KANIDUGAN FESTIVAL ROMBLON (Festival)
  86. 86. ROMBLON’s IMPORTANT/FAMOUS PERSONALITIES
  87. 87. RODNE GALICHA ROMBLON (Imp’t/Famous Personalities)
  88. 88. RODNE GALICHA’s 8Rs Reduce Reuse Recycle Repair Refuse Rethink Rainforest Recollect ROMBLON (Imp’t/Famous Personalities)
  89. 89. NENE TAMAYO ROMBLON (Famous Personality)
  90. 90. PALAWAN “Philippines’s Last Frontier”
  91. 91. PALAWAN (Location)
  92. 92. PALAWAN (History) PALAWAN’s name and its many processes… - Chinese, “Pa-Lao-Yu” (Beautiful harbors) - Indians, “Palawans” (Territory) - Natives, “Palwa” (plant) - Americans, “Paragua” (closed umbrella)
  93. 93. PALAWAN (Products)
  94. 94. PALAWAN’s HISTORICAL PLACES SCENIC SPOTS and TOURIST ATTRACTIONS
  95. 95. CUYO FORT PALAWAN (Historical Places)
  96. 96. PLAZA CUARTEL PALAWAN (Historical Places)
  97. 97. TABON CAVES PALAWAN (Historical Places)
  98. 98. EL NIDO MARINE RESERVE PALAWAN (Scenic Spots)
  99. 99. PUERTO PRINCESA SUBTERRANEAN NATIONAL PARK PALAWAN (Scenic Spots)
  100. 100. TUBBATAHA REEF PALAWAN (Scenic Spots)
  101. 101. CALAUIT GAME PRESERVE AND WILDLIFE SANCTUARY PALAWAN (Tourist Attractions)
  102. 102. MAQUINIT HOT SPRINGS PALAWAN (Tourist Attractions)
  103. 103. PALAWAN BUTTERFLY GARDEN PALAWAN (Tourist Attractions)
  104. 104. PALAWAN WILDLIFE RESCUE AND CONSERVATION CENTER PALAWAN (Tourist Attractions)
  105. 105. VIETVILLE RESTAURANT (Sta. Lourdes, Puerto Princesa City) PALAWAN (Tourist Attractions)
  106. 106. IHAWIG FIREFLY WATCHING PALAWAN (Tourist Attractions)
  107. 107. IHAWIG PRISON AND PENAL FARM PALAWAN (Tourist Attractions)
  108. 108. PALAWAN’s FESTIVALS
  109. 109. BARAGATAN FESTIVAL PALAWAN (Festivals)
  110. 110. PISTA Y ANG KAGUEBAN FESTIVAL PALAWAN (Festivals)
  111. 111. LIGHT A TREE PALAWAN (Festivals)
  112. 112. PALAWAN’s IMPORTANT/FAMOUS PERSONALITIES
  113. 113. EDWARD HAGEDORN PALAWAN (Important/Famous Personalities)
  114. 114. KATRINA HALILI PALAWAN (Important/Famous Personalities)
  115. 115. PALAWAN: Still with MIMARO or Moving with Panay?

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