If you really love seafoods, try the steamed seafoods (crabs, shrimp, prawns) in coconut cream sauce, thanks to its use of local spices and coconut milk.
Vicky Ramos-Antonino, co-chairperson of Aklan Provincial Tourism Council, said chefs from the province are especially flown in to showcase many of Aklanâ€™s best dishes for Stop over Aklan.
Want more? You will get the chance also to admire the colourful Ati-Atihan costumes and Aklanâ€™s handwoven fabrics on display while dining.
For more than two weeks, the lobby of Intercon Manila will be transformed into an Aklan fabric show with pina dresses by the countryâ€™s top fashion designers Rajo Laurel, Barge Ramos, Frederick Peralta, Milka Quin, Cesar Gaupo and Jojie Lauren and fabrics on display and nito products of La Herminia Pina Weaving Industry and Dela Cruz House of Pina on sale.
Guests will have also the opportunity to witness pina handloom demonstrations by weavers from Aklan during the cocktail grand opening.
Together with the provincial government of Aklan through its Aklan Provincial Tourism Council and the Kalibo Sto. Nino Ati-Atihan Foundation, Inc. (Kasafi), the rich cultural diversity of Aklan is set to debut on March 5 at InterCon Manila with special performance of fire queen Rachel Lobangco and street dancing of Black Beauty Boys and Kabog.