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  • 1. By: Sofia Manzano


  • The Maguindanaos are the largest group of Filipino Muslims.
  • They are known as people of the flood plains
  • They are farmers, weavers, fisherfolk and weavers of mats and baskets.
  • The women of Maguindanao
  • wear malongs.


  • Samals live in interwined villages over the
  • coastal waters of Sulu sea.
  • They are carvers and known as the countrys
  • traditional weavers of the colorful pandan
  • mats.


  • The Badjaos re born in the sea.
  • They are sometimes called sea-gypsies.
  • They live in tinyhouseboats that move with
  • the wind and tide.
  • Their skin and hair turn brown due to the
  • heat of the sun and the saltiness of the sea.
  • They have very low incomes
  • Their children do not have the opportunity to
  • go to school.


  • Ivatans live in Batanes island.
  • They are known to be peaceful people


  • They are found in the Ilocos region.
  • They are farmers planting rice, onion, garlic,
  • vegetables, cotton, and tobacco.
  • They are good fisherfolk.
  • They are known as hardworking and thrifty.


  • They live in Bicol region.
  • Bicol has lots of typhoons.
  • They are known for their spicy-hot food.
  • A very popular Bicolano food is laing, a
  • vegtetable dish cooked with a lot of chili
  • and coconut milk.
  • The pili nut is also found in the Bicol region.


  • They are admired for their beautiful songs
  • and dances.
  • Thy are also famous for their skills in
  • weaving, furniture making, and embroidery.
  • The Cebuanos are the first people to become
  • Chritians.
  • It was in Mactan island where Ferdinand
  • Magellan first landed in the Philippines.


  • The Tausug are traders, fisherfolk, and
  • artisans of fine Muslim textiles and metal
  • weaponry.
  • Thy live in the Sulu archipelago, mainly in Jolo island.


  • The Maranao are known as the graceful people
  • of the lake.
  • They live along Lake Lanao.
  • The malong (tubular dress) and the colorful
  • nagas (serpent figures) are mafde by the
  • Maranaos.
  • They are also famous for their fine brass jars
  • and urns and their okir artwork (carving).


  • The master architects of the world-famous
  • rice terraces are the Ifugao.
  • The Ifugaos make beautiful sculptures of
  • wooden rice-god figures called bulol.
  • They are also known for their beautiful
  • baskets and tie-dyed blankets from natural
  • fiber.