Welcome to Ethnic Groups of the Philippines
Thank you for visiting Ethnic Groups of the Philippines and for your interest and desire to learn more about the ethnology of the Philippines. Ethnic Groups of the Philippines is an educational website.
Essentially, we encourage the reader to treat this website as a coffee table e-book that can serve as a source of information and inspire the pursuit of further studies of its content or related materials.
One of the main objectives is to expose readers to the cultural diversity of the Philippines, by introducing a collection of both existing and vanished ethnic groups, ethnolinguistic groups, languages, and immigrant groups found in the country.
Ethnic Groups of the Philippines website provides a profile of facts, figures, intelligent trivia on Filipino culture and information on festivals in the Philippines to immerse the visitor in true Filipino culture and life. The numerous photographs in the photo gallery section, province and political maps, essays on Filipino voices and articles are an armchair tourist’s guide that brings to life the great diversity of peoples and cultures in the Philippines.
An unusual epistolary novel of lost love, mystic fantasy, and the search for meaning in life, wrapped up in a world-wide travel log of people and places.
Pagmamano – A Uniquely Filipino Gesture of Respect
28 May 2023 MANILA, Philippines – Filipino children, similar to their Asian neighbors, are taught to be respectful, especially to their elders. Respecting elders is taught from an early age. This
Cultural Treasures: Baroque Churches of the Philippines
26 July 2022 MANILA, Philippines – It has been more than 120 years
The Philippines is a Hidden Gem for Tourism
16 June 2022 MANILA, Philippines – The Philippine tourism industry is among the worst-hit sectors affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. In fact, the Philippines lost more than 8 billion dollars
Philippine Indigenous Textile Heritage
21 March 2022 MANILA, Philippines – Culture, language, and tradition come together as distinct representations of a people's community