Posted January 6, 2015
Written by Gloria Villas
With more than 20 tribes expected to join this year’s Boracay Sto. Niño Ati-Atihan Festival.
Malay Municipal Tourism Office (MTour) headed by Malay Chief Operations Officer Felix de los Santos held a conference among participants early this morning at Boracay Action Center.
This is to discuss about the final schedules and different proposed activities for the said celebration which will be held on January 9-11, 2015.
In this regard, MTour Officer Gian Kyle Tapian said: “The contest will be divided in 4 categories. These are the Tribal Category, Balik-ati Category, Commercial/Modern category, and the individual Category.”
Meanwhile, on the 9th of January judging for individual category will be held, while in the 10th of January is the judging for the Tribal Category and the 11th of January will be the feast of Sto. Niño.
The Boracay Ati-atihan is also one of the events that attract tourists, the reason why LGU aims to promote this as part of the Philippine’s Tourism Industry and introduced as one of the Filipino cultures.