Bolibong Kingking Festival is a neighborhood religious melodic reasonable in Loboc, Bohol where drums and gongs are played in rhythm. But the drum and going melodic isn't only a group fascination amid the party. It really helps Lobocanos to remember their confidence, history, conventions, and fables every year they commend the event. The vivid Bolibong Kingking Festival is hung on May 23-24 yearly. Drums and gongs playing is joined by a representative move custom reflecting the general population's confidence in their benefactor called Our Lady of Guadalupe. Aside from the Bolibong Kingking Festival, Loboc is well known for its tendency to music. The town is world acclaimed for its kids' choir which won acknowledgment in Barcelona, Spain. Indeed, it is the melodic capital of the area. From the Tagbilaran Airport Loboc is somewhere in the range of 10 miles away.
On the off chance that we travel south from the airplane terminal going by Tagbilaran City, Dauis, Albuquerque, and Loay, we take a left hand turn out and about straight to Loboc. It's some 40-minute drive the distance. Today, Loboc is likewise well known for its eateries on stilts, or what they call drifting eateries, found along the winding Loboc River which loans new provincial landscapes to city guests. The stream likewise bears sailing fun. And keeping in mind that traveling to see the Bolibong Kingking Festival we should drop by the stream natural life and have a go at risking on non domesticated and uncommon tarsiers propped up on trees. Loboc is exceptionally religious. It was one of the practical objectives of Spanish ministers in the seventeenth century as prolific ground for Spanish Catholicism in the Visayas. Beside the religious starting point of the Bolibong Kingking Festival, religiosity is likewise prominent with the erection of the second most established church in the Philippines—St. Dwindle Parish Church. In 1942, it was where Japanese powers entered Bohol.