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    Biyaheng South Food Crawl: A Journey of Flavors and History in Cavite

    A group of food lovers and content creators explored the province of Cavite on February 23, 2024, as part of the exciting Biyaheng South Food Crawl. This immersive experience aimed to showcase the rich and diverse flavors of Cavite’s cuisine to external audiences, while also strengthening the ties between Metro Pacific Tollways Corporation (MPTC) and the Provincial Government of Cavite through the Office of the Provincial Tourism Officer to boost the region’s culinary appeal.

    Located in the south of Luzon, Cavite has a vibrant food culture that reflects its history and tradition. The province offers a variety of culinary delights, from satisfying comfort foods to exquisite desserts. The Biyaheng South Food Crawl invited participants to enjoy a sensory feast as they discovered these treasures.

    The food crawl was carefully designed to feature some of Cavite’s most famous eateries and historical landmarks. Participants enjoyed a guided tour of iconic food spots, where they tasted signature dishes and learned about the stories behind each creation. Some of the highlights were Digman’s Halo-Halo in the City of Bacoor and the Hidden Tapsi in Kawit. The tour also included visits to the Aguinaldo Shrine, also in Kawit, and Dambana ng Watawat in the City of Imus, which are among the historical sites in the province.

    Besides promoting tourism, the Biyaheng South Food Crawl also served as a platform for advocacy, emphasizing the importance of supporting local businesses and artisans. By buying from small-scale eateries and producers, participants not only had delicious food but also helped the local economy. Through this shared experience, they developed a deeper appreciation for the people and traditions that make Cavite’s cuisine so unique and vibrant.

    As the day ended with a bounty of delicious delights and new friendships, participants left with memories to treasure and a new admiration for the culinary wonders of Cavite. The Biyaheng South Food Crawl had not only achieved its goal of introducing external audiences to the region’s gastronomic treasures but also paved the way for future collaborations with the province of Cavite.