The month of August in Cagayan de Oro is extremely special for Kagay-anons. Every August 28th, the whole city celebrates the feast day of St. Augustine—CDO’s patron saint. And to make the occasion more fun, interesting, and entertaining for locals and tourists alike, the city government of Cagayan de Oro
During the month of August in Cagayan de Oro, it isn’t hard to notice that the usual ambiance in the city becomes suddenly festive. Posters and other informational ads about the upcoming Higalaay Festival instantly catch the attention of people wandering around the malls and other commercial centers; banderitas are
Cagayan de Oro’s Manresa Days and Cowboy Festival – The Best Rodeo Shows You’ll Ever Find in Mindanao!
The city of Cagayan de Oro is known by many names. Apart from being Misamis Oriental’s capital city and Northern Mindanao’s official business center, CDO is also the country’s White Water Rafting Capital. Just recently, the city has also been hailed as the Most Competitive City in the Philippines by
As expected, this year’s Kumbira has been very successful. The 3-day event last August 12-14 at the Limketkai Atrium was heavily attended by both Kagay-anons and tourists from all parts of the country. With the theme “Let’s Talk Ingredients,” the event featured a number of activities and competitions for both
Sinuglaw is one of the favorite dishes of Kagay-anons. With its unique and incredible taste, and the fusion of fresh fish ceviche and grilled pork belly, it is no doubt that Kagay-anons can’t get enough of sinuglaw, a combination of “sinugba” and “kinilaw.” And although this fusion dish is also