Category Archives: CULTURE

Giant Lantern Festival annual festival held in mid-December in the City of San Fernando Philippines

The Giant Lantern Festival is an annual festival held in mid-December in the City of San Fernando in the Philippines. The festival features a competition of giant lanterns. Because of

Hinugyaw Festival merrymaking is a celebration of the separation of Anilao from Banate

Hinugyaw Festival, this year’s event was the first to have a dance-drama competition showcasing the town’s culture, heritage and history from the precolonial period to the present. Rising from its

Kalag-Kalag Festival which revives the Filipino convention of seeing relatives to affectionately

Kalag-Kalag Festival is situated in Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines, which revives the Filipino convention of seeing relatives to affectionately recall their left friends and family.

Kahimunan Festival commemorating the feast of Señor Santo Niño

The “Kahimunan” Festival is an annual celebration of the Señor Sto Niño and a traditional ritual performed by the natives before the start of the planting season, characterized by chanting,

Cordillera Festival hosts indigenous tribes from the mountainous highlands of Luzon

In Baguio City the Grand Cordillera Festival is held every November and celebrates the culture and tradition of the major ethnic group of the region. This week-long festival features tribal

Buglasan Festival the festivals of festivals from Negros Oriental

Buglasan Festival is also known as “The Festivals of Festivals” here in Negros Oriental. It is considered as the grandest celebration that occurs annually to celebrate camaraderie and peace among

Padigosan Festival – the celebration commemorates the founding of Digos

Padigosan is a festival in Digos featuring activities like lechon parade, street dancing, trade fair, and sports competition. The celebration commemorates the founding of Digos into a municipality back in

The Higantes Festival is a local festival held annually In Angono

The Higantes Festival is a local festival held annually In Angono, Philippines. It is celebrated every 4th week of November in honor of the Feast of Pope St. Clement I.

Coconut Festival consists of Street dancing, float parade, street concerts, nightly programs

The Coconut Festival is a week-long celebration in Cagayan, it is a celebration started in 1996. The festival consists of Street dancing, float parade, street concerts

Kadayawan Festival – celebration the bounties of harvest and serenity of living

The Kadayawan Festival is an annual festival in the city of Davao in the Philippines. Its name derives from the friendly greeting “Madayaw”, from the Dabawenyo word “dayaw”, meaning good,

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