A Glance at Philippine Food Tourism
One may taste the sweetest lanzones when visiting this region. Camiguin offers pastel – a sweet, soft bun with yema inside. One can also enjoy a native delicacy called kiping (ground cassava drizzled with melted sugar syrup).
Davao is famous for its “inihaw na panga” and exotic fruits like durian, pomelo, mangosteen, and rambutan.
South Central Mindanao
Visitors may taste the coolest buko halo-halo in Koronadal City. The place also offers the finest seafood, salmon, and tuna.
Some of the region’s sweet delicacies are Salvaro (dried cassava), Peanut Biscuit, Cay-Cay, and Durian products. The tourism industry and other agencies created programs to revive Filipino cuisine and traditional foods. To experience the lavish, authentic foods from different provinces, one may really have to go and visit these places.