Chinese New Year 2016


Chinese New Year is considered to be the most important festival for the Chinese community in the Philippines. It does not follow a fixed date in the Gregorian calendar, which is widely used in many countries. The celebration stretches to about 15 days with varied observations each day. Usually, the Filipino-Chinese families start by cleaning their houses because it resembles a wish to put old things away and welcome the New Year.

One of the major traditions in Chinese New Year is giving out flowers and bouquets as gifts. A lot of significance is attached to this custom, and the various kinds of flowers given as gifts denote different wishes or signs. Flowers represent wealth and fortune and are lucky to give as gifts.

However, we will give you some flowers that are said to be lucky this coming Chinese new year.

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Start the year with luck and fortune by sending exquisite floral arrangements to your friends, relatives and loved ones anywhere in the Philippines! For more floral arrangements, just visit or CALL 0926-285-2552 / 0918-285-2552 further assistance.


You’ve probably seen lots of garden being organized and decorated already, but this one is just a simple yet very fulfilling once you have made this for real!

You can actually make this in your own creative way…

Garden Decorating #1: Use colorful boots as your flower path.


Garden Decorating #2: Paint stones with different colors for your garden decorating goal. Make sure to put designs too to make it look more creative and attractive to look at!



Garden Decorating #3: Put a little fish pond in your garden for some unusual attraction as well as to give a refreshing view!



Should you need more plants to add up into your garden, you may visit for they also offer different kinds of amazing plants for landscaping especially for your garden that will definitely make yours even more attractive. Have a great one!

BULAKLAK.COM takes part of The Man of Himologan 2014

Man of himologan

BULAKLAK.COM has the opportunity to be part of the CDO’s male pageant, The Man of Himologan 2014. BULAKLAK.COM sponsored gorgeous leis for the said event at Rotunda, Limketkai Mall on August 15, 2014. The Man of Himologan is a competition intended for young male Cagayan-on with ages ranging from 18-25 and the winning candidate will automatically become the ambassador to the fellow youth of Cagayan de Oro setting himself as the youth model.

This year’s The Man of Himologan title was given to Romel Arvin Nikko Villafuerte a Med Tech student of Liceo de Cagayan University.


He was joined in with his fellow candidates who won for the 2nd and 3rd runner up at the stage as they received their titles and awards. Our lovely leis were also used as a congratulation present to the winners and were used to formally welcome the presence of the invited judges for the said event. Overall, The Man of Himologan 2014 was a huge success. The leis from BULAKLAK.COM received positive comments from those people who wore it. BULAKLAK.COM will always live with our slogan “let flowers express it to you” as we showcase our floral arrangements to every Filipinos.

BULAKLAK.COM at Kumbira 2014

_MG_9870BULAKLAK.COM was given the privilege to take part of Kumbira 2014, the country’s longest running culinary show and the premier culinary show in Cagayan de Oro City. We sponsored various floral basket, green foliage in the pot, and exquisite topiaries which was featured at the grand stage during the launching as part of the ribbon cutting ceremony. Indeed, our unique floral arrangements add vibrant color and textures to the event which took place at Atrium, Limketkai Mall which runs from August 13 to 15 this year.

kumbiOne of the highlights that fascinates and gave charm especially to the guests was the distribution of our 18 red lovely roses to the 18 special ladies given by Kumbi, the official mascot of Kumbira and whose name was derived from it, as to commemorate the 18 years journey of Kumbira which is organized by Cagayan de Oro Hotel and Restaurant Association (COHARA).

ribbon cutting

The ribbon cutting ceremony was attended by our own City Mayor Oscar Moreno, Regional Director Catalino Chan III of Department of Tourism – 10, Mr. Albino Limketkai and COHARA President Nelia Lee along with government officials and the invited guests.


Kumbira features Mindanao’s talented future chefs and professionals coming from different culinary schools, hotels, and restaurants and were gathered to showcase their skills in various contests related to food preparations, presentation, and other categories in the competition.