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Monday, January 6, 2020

Monday, January 06, 2020

Becoming Filipino vlogger Kulas, enjoys Malbog Sulfuric Hot Spring in Marinduque


Canadian vlogger Kulas shares experience of his visit at Malbog Sulfuric Hot Spring Resort, a therapeutic destination that every visitor in Marinduque should try. The hot spring is located at the foot of Mt. Malindig in Barangay Malbog, Buenavista, Marinduque.  It has a sulfur content popularly used for skin care and treatments.  Despite its rotten-egg like foul, many locals and tourists visit this place for body relaxation and healing of skin conditions. Some are even bringing home bottles of sulfuric water.

Drone shots of Malbog Sulfuric Hot Spring in Buenavista, Marinduque

On his Facebook page, Kulas posted:


"Something I always appreciate about taking the leap and adventuring around places in the Philippines. You just never know what you are going to find!


Just weeks ago, Kumar and I took a week adventure to the island Province of Marinduque. I didn't know much about the place besides the famous Moriones Festival during Holy Week. And had no clue that there were amazingly clear, warm, and therapeutic hot springs!


Yes, the town of Buenavista on the southern part of the island is nestled right up against a volcano. Because of this, warm sulfuric waters flow! And you can find various hot spring pools and resorts! The waters were amazing! It was so relaxing just swimming around, the rain falling just added an even more magical effect to the whole experience!


Did you know, there were hot springs in Marinduque? The bubbles gently tickle you as you swim around in it...so strange! But very very relaxing!


One day at a time, one sulfuric volcanic pool at a time...Super apir!", Kulas concluded.











Photos of Becoming Filipino. - Marinduquenews.com

Thursday, January 2, 2020

Thursday, January 02, 2020

Batang Pinggan Gasan 80's, namigay ng regalo sa kanilang mga kabarangay


Nitong Linggo, Disyembre 29 ay namigay ng food packs at mga regalo ang grupong Batang Pinggan 80's sa Barangay Pinggan, Gasan, Marinduque.


Nasa may halos 400 katao ang nabiyayaan ng kanilang Gift Giving Project.


Editor's Note: Salamat sa inyong malasakit, tulong at pagmamahal sa ating mga kababayan. May your tribe increase!

Gilbert Sosa and Rowena Sotta-Sato, both officers of Batang Pinggan 80's with Marinduque News chief correspondent Romeo Mataac, Jr.
Click here for more photos. - Marinduquenews.com