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.
Makati is not just a city where businesses thrive and where people stroll among tall skyscrapers too busy to talk to anyone. Makati celebrates festivals annually and among these are Ganito Kami Noon, the Xong Di Festival and the Bailes Delos Arcos. These three festivals have different purposes, are presented differently but they all aim to bring the community together and to instill the Filipino values to each and every one.
The Masskara Festival and the Pasundayag Festival are only two examples of celebrated Iloilo festivals held annually. These Iloilo festivals are adorned with colorful costumes, dances, street parties and food fairs so there is something for everyone. The Masskara Festival is celebrated in Bacolod while the Pasundayag Festival is celebrated by the entire province.
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.
Dumaguete festivals are fun events that help you learn about the exciting and interesting history of this province. The Buglasan Festival, Sandurot Festival and the Santa Cruzan Fiesta are among the few Dumaguete festivals that are highly anticipated and much celebrated. No matter what you are into, these Dumaguete festivals will surely have something to offer you that you will truly enjoy.
Despite being at the southern corner of Luzon, Sorsogon is still rich with local traditions particularly in how they celebrate their special days. Because of the Spanish influence in the country, many of the Sorsogon festivals and events have Christian roots. The province, however, has also incorporated their local products and culture into these religious celebrations.
The Philippines boasts of its many tourist attractions which include the Leyte festivals and events. All Leyte festivals and events are entertaining and informative. These are probably the reasons why tourists love to come back to this province.
Bohol is rich in history and it is not a surprise that Bohol festivals depict several significant events. The Bolibong Kingking Festival is an event unique to Bohol and this is a religious event where the rhythmic beating of drums can be heard all day. The Sandugo Festival on the other hand, is an event that portrays the friendship that first formed between the Spanish colonizers and the Filipinos.
Subic Bay has its own Subic Bay festivals that are not necessarily very old or very traditional but say a lot about this progressive area in the north. Despite being a very modern place, Subic Bay has seen many developments through the years and being an economical hub has not so old festivals that are celebrated annually with just as much excitement and preparation. The Fil-Am Friendship Day is celebrated only in Subic Bay as well as the Scootourista Festival.
Laoag festivals help us learn about the things that the Ilocanos hold close to their hearts. Aside from merry making events that happen during Laoag festivals, dishes served during these occasions taste just heavenly. The Dulang Food Festival is an eat all you can celebration while the Pamulinawen Festival is a religious event that dates centuries back.