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.
Experienced how fun never ends! Visit different cities with unique festival all year ’round! Be there! Feel the Philippines’ Festival Mania!
Fiesta memories from a fiesta long gone, it is always a pleasure reminiscing about the good times we had.
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.
Tagbilaran festivals are always very lively and there are many activities during these events that last from one day to a whole month and a half. Take for instance the Sandugo Festival which is only celebrated in Tagbilaran because this was the actual place where the blood compact was made. The Ubi Festival on the other hand showcases the naturally abundant crop of Tagbilaran, the purple yam, and all the many delicious desserts that can be made from it.
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.