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.
Palawan Festivals and Events are among the fun things to do and participate in while on vacation in Palawan. There are several festivals and events that happen annually, all year round some of which are the Tarek Festival, Puerto Princesa Foundation Day and the Cuyo Festival. These Palawan Festivals and Events are celebrated for different reasons and if you’re going to be there during one of them, it’s a good idea to know what to expect.
The Philippine’s commemoration of holy week is a one of the most fascinating religious events in the world. This articles gives a glimpse of how unique this celebration is in this country.
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.
The Feast of the Black Nazarene is by far the single largest festival in whole Philippines. It is a mark of religious devotion of the Filipinos.
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.
Philippine fiesta games are interesting to watch. They involve great physical strength and fighting spirit, in fact they’re good enough to become sports. Philippine fiesta games involve tough athletic challenges.
Christmas in the Philippines is quite unique with its very own traditions and symbols. The cold night of the Christmas season is matched by the warm family ties and friendship that is extended by the Filipinos. Christmas in the Philippines is a time for families, warm friendships, and gift giving that mark it as uniquely Filipino.
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.