The essential progenitors of Filipinos are Malays who came from the southeastern Asian nation which is presently called Indonesia. The Philippines is a consolidated society, both solitary and plural in structure. It is solitary as one country, yet plural in that it is divided geologically and socially. Philippines is separated between Christians, Muslims, and different strict ethno-semantic gatherings; among metropolitan and provincial individuals; among upland and marsh individuals; and between the rich and poor people. Albeit diverse from multiple points of view, the Filipinos are entirely cordial and give suitable regard to everyone paying little mind to race, culture and conviction.