22 of the Best Native Delicacies in Marinduque
There are many reasons to visit Marinduque, a heart-shaped island province in the Philippines found in the country’s Southwestern Tagalog Region or MIMAROPA. Marinduque is best known for its annual Moriones Festival that takes place during the Holy Week. It’s one of the oldest festivals in the Philippines where locals don colorful masks and costumes to reenact the story of the Roman soldier, Longinus.
Other than during the Moriones Festival, travelers can visit Marinduque all year round for its uncrowded white-sand beaches, gorgeous landscapes, scenic tours, historical landmarks, and of course, its cuisine. Marinduque’s unique cuisine and its native delicacy are one of the best parts of visiting the province.
If you’re planning a trip to Marinduque, you absolutely…