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Tuesday, May 28, 2024

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Bataan gov’t promotes tribes as tourism allure

THE Bataan provincial council has adopted an ordinance seeking to promote the province’s indigenous heritage as a tourism attraction.  Provincial councilor Tony Roman said the ordinance highlights the “diverse indigenous communities with rich cultural heritage” as must-see attractions for local and foreign visitors. Among the local tribes are the Ambala and Magbukon Aetas who have defied time and modernization to preserve their age-old cultures and traditions. “There  exists an opportunity to promote ...

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