The Masskara Festival is Bacolod City’s tribute to the enduring happiness of the Filipino spirit. It’s a 20-day celebration of street dancing, feasting, and drinking to show the world that we can smile in spite of hard times.
Puerto Princesa is not just a great vacation getaway, it is also where a lot of fun and unique activities happen especially during Puerto Princesa festivals. Taste gastronomical delights at the Seafood Festival where everything is served fresh or party all day and night during the Pangalipay sa Baybay. These Puerto Princesa festivals are just a few good reasons to visit this island no matter what time of year.
Bacolod city is one of the most positive cities in the Philippines. This is evident in its festivals and events. From commemorating ancient tribal rites to giving thanks, Bacolod’s festivals and events are definitely a celebration of its reputation as a city of smiles.
Experienced how fun never ends! Visit different cities with unique festival all year ’round! Be there! Feel the Philippines’ Festival Mania!
Want to witness a festivity that’s full of colors and dancing? The Sinulog Festival is a must see event. It’s not only celebrated in the Philippines for fun but for religious purposes also.
While the Filipino passion for festivities doesn’t seem to know any boundaries, not all celebrations cater to the worldly desire for fun.
Fiesta memories from a fiesta long gone, it is always a pleasure reminiscing about the good times we had.
The Pintados Kasadyaan and Sangyaw Festival capture the diversity of Tacloban City and takes you on a trip back in history. See what people used to wear, how they celebrated and know the beliefs they hold close to their hearts. The Pintados Kasadyaan and Sangyaw Festival captures the very essence of the Filipino spirit with a bit of modern twist.
You’ll be amazed at the huge number of childless couples who take part in the Obando Fertility Dance. It attracts a lot of visitors from all over the Philippines out of curiosity or simply to take part in the Fertility Dance. It is both a solemn prayer and a joyful celebration of life in the Philippines.
The religious feast of the Sto. Nino is a colorful Philippine fiesta that befits a kid. This kid is supposed to be the boy Jesus who remains a juvenile in modern times. The event, celebrated in different places in various styles in the country, continues to be a main tourist attraction.