The unique blend of Asian and Western culture found in the Philippines and every month festivities makes it one of the interesting places on earth to visit.
Philippine fiestas are as real as life itself to Filipinos. It’s a community celebration of triumphs and a recollection of epic struggles. Philippine fiestas help Filipinos hope for a bright future, a stable present, and a well-learnt past.
Bingo is a favorite pastime among Filipinos. Indeed it is a very enjoyable and relaxing activity. Indeed, Bingo has been a popular past time in the Philippines. Whether it is for monetary gain or just plain fun, no one would argue for sure that it is one enjoyable activity.
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.
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.
Puerto Galera festivals are fun events held annually that add flavor and zest to your vacation. The Filipinos’ love for music is clearly depicted during the Reggae Festival where dancing to reggae songs and where the whole beach parties is common. The Banana Festival on the other hand is an interesting Puerto Galera festival that has several amusing attractions including competitions and street dancing.
Ormoc festivals are very colorful events that not only honor the dominant religion in this province but also showcase the history and heritage of Leyte’s prominent towns. The Sunduan ha Carigana and the Buyogan Festival are week long events that are filled with fun and laughter as well as activities that everyone can enjoy. Ormoc festivals are events that should not be missed if you want to capture the diversity and beauty of this province.
Celebrating the Philippine fiesta of the Resurrection has been an eventful occasion in Philippine history. This religious feast is a well prepared and well attended holiday second only to Christmas time. Here everybody’s welcome to eat, dine, and be merry – all on the house.
Indeed, an imaginary string of banderitas (colorful trimmings) can be wrapped around the Philippines to represent a year-full of celebrations.