Manila Philippines – The Department of Tourism’s food and travel festival, Kain Na!, is back and is prepared to serve exciting culinary tourism delights that everyone can enjoy online and in the comfort of their homes from September 15-18.

Filipino Food Culture photo by Christian Paul Placino via Unsplash

“The Filipinos’ love for food never wavered nor waned, even during this pandemic, but it all the more fueled our appetite and cravings. And while mass gatherings and public events are still limited, we pivot our Kain Na! initiatives to the digital platform,” Tourism Secretary Bernadette Romulo-Puyat said.

After 12 successful legs in the past two years, Kain Na! 2020, The Blended Edition continues to be a venue to create awareness and interest in food and farm tourism. The four-day virtual celebration will feature food tourism exchanges, an online selling…

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