Get Your Eco-Friendly Travel Souvenirs & Must-Haves At This Makati Fair

When travelling, some of us make a habit out of buying locally made products for authentic souvenirs. Typically, they include food, beverage, and even textiles, which are most common in places like India and most Arab nations. By doing so, we also help local communities with their livelihood as well as learn more about the local culture.

As we admire these exquisite creations of other countries, we tend to forget that our country is also teeming with them, even in provinces you never thought of. If the name HABI The Philippine Textile Council rings a bell to you, you would know that the Philippine textile industry is thriving now more than ever, as more traditional weavers and their weaving products are given the love and attention they deserve. For nearly a decade, the council has been responsible for preserving, promoting and enhancing the country’s textile industry.

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