Archive for Festivals

September 27th, 2016FestivalsPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

Two major tourist spots here have been temporarily closed while the city is celebrating Diyandi Festival. The famous majestic Maria Cristina Falls in Agus 6 and Nature’s Park in Agus 7 hydro electric power plants are closed for viewing since the month of September. Incidentally, the city is celebrating the annual fiesta of St. Michael. […]

August 28th, 2016FestivalsPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

Slowly,  the city of Cagayan de Oro has finally found its character when it comes to holding its feast. Rooted from its defined city of Golden Friendship character – Higalaay Festival was crafted. In its month-long activities, it highlights the parade of floats and icons. Floats that go with the times and the icons that […]

August 20th, 2016FestivalsPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

After four years in its absence as one of the major festivities in the province of Surigao del Sur, a local organization in the historic town of Cantilan resurrected and rediscovered a traditional cultural celebration known to its inhabitants as Sirong Festival, depicting the people’s resilience amid diversity and conflict. Read more…

August 10th, 2016cebu, festival, Festivals, Japanese, summerPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

In celebration of 60 years of amiable diplomatic relations between the Philippines and Japan, the Japanese Association Cebu Inc. (Jaci) is organizing this year’s Bon Odori Festival this weekend, Aug. 12-13, 4 p.m., at the Sugbo grounds, Cebu South Road Properties (SRP), Cebu City. Considered a Japanese Summer Fiesta and held annually in Cebu, Bon Odori […]

April 21st, 2016Features, Festivals, PhotosPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

THE International Pharmaceuticals Inc. (IPI) joined the float parade of the Panagbenga Festival 2016 in Baguio City last February.
Here are some photos showing the IPI float.

 
 

April 4th, 2016FestivalsPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

The untimely demise of Mountain Province Governor Leonard Mayaen on March 31 prompted the organizers of the Lang-ay Festival to reconsider the schedule of events in the province’s festival. “In a last minute decision, the Lang-ay Organization decided to tentatively reschedule the Lang-ay Festival originally calendared on April 6, 7, and 9 to April 14-16,” Angel Baybay, […]

March 23rd, 2016coconut festival, FestivalsPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

“The idea of this project started as a craving for some coconut juice. And then we realized there is more to coconut than just the juice. One pitched why not have a coconut exhibit for Araw ng Davao? Then the idea grew bigger and as they say, the rest is history”, this was how Felcris […]

March 22nd, 2016FestivalsPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

Department of Tourism (DOT) Regional Director lauded efforts of the Valley to create eco-tourism destinations. Tan, who was guest speaker during Friday’s parade of the 35th Strawberry Festival, said the Valley continues to improve on agro-tourism programs that advance development of the tourism potentials. Read more…

March 14th, 2016FestivalsPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

The second night of Compostela Valley’s 9th Bulawan Festival weeklong celebration last March 4 offered another unique entertainment. This time, it’s the Philippine dances competition participated by the municipal government employees. Dubbed as the “LGU ‘PINASikat!,” it is conceptualized as interpretation of the Philippine dances showcasing the rich culture of the country thru mixing different dances […]

March 5th, 2016FestivalsPhilippine Festivals 0 Comments

Morning prayers gave way to the opening of the Strawberry Lane and Agro-Industrial Trade Fair in the valley’s market and municipal grounds. The province capital, La Trinidad has kept the moniker for its fresh berries and stamped its recognition with a Guinness World record for the largest strawberry cake in the 2005 and is known […]

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