Exploring Lake Sebu: Here Are Some Must-Dos

Go for the lake, stay for everything else.

Her name now synonymous to the Dreamweavers of the T’boli people of South Cotabato, the late Lang Dulay’s contribution to the cultural and artistic practice of weaving fine abaca fibers into Tnalak cloth has earned her many acclaims including the title of National Living Treasure of the Philippines. Credited with creating more than a hundred designs of the tnalak, Lang Dulay passed away at the age of 86 in 2015.

Today, her home — the Lang Dulay Weaving Center — still open its doors to visitors wanting to discover the beautiful art of Tnalak weaving. There’s no better way to honor her memory and contribution than purchasing a Tnalak cloth created by her remaining students.

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About the Author

Marky Ramone Go

Marky Ramone Go

Marky Ramone Go is a travel-junkie, writer and photographer based in the Philippines. Aside from contributing articles to various publications and websites, he narrates his experiences wandering the tropical paradise of the Philippines, the culturally rich regions of South East Asia, Sri Lanka and India on his travel blog Nomadic Experiences. After Asia, he is keen on exploring South America and eventually hoping to trace Jack Kerouac's "On the Road" trail in the United States to Mexico.