Lang Dulay from Lake Sebu, a National Living Treasures Awardee

 Lang Dulay
In the picture is Sebulan Dulay, the successor, with photos of Lang Dulay.

A special visit to the house of Lang Dulay, a former National Living Treasure awardee for the T'nalak weaving, was epic. By the way, T'nalak is a traditional hand-woven fabric made from refined abaca fiber. This type of fabric got attention worldwide because it is done through a manual process but the finished product has amazing and unique patterns that are usually based on Lang Dulay's dream - the reason why she was called the "Dreamweaver."

Contact Person: Jorie Untang Sabal
Ph: 09058240725

There is no direct flight to South Cotabato, General Santos City airport is its gateway. At the parking area by the airport, take a van to Bulaong Terminal, then, another van ride to Lake Sebu.

There are a few choices of places to stay in Lake Sebu, just search online or Google Maps. I always wanted a unique experience, so I stayed at the prominent SLT Homestay, just 5 minutes from the terminal. For an overnight stay, I paid 350 pesos with a free breakfast. SLT Homestay is searchable on Google Maps. You can contact them on 09354569359.