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Sparkling Christmas destinations around the Philippines abound as there are fiestas that happen across the 7,000 plus islands all year round. After all, the country is known to celebrate the longest Christmas in the world! Yes, as soon as the ber months kick in, lanterns, lights & the nativity...

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Oh yes, before we all jump into the frenzy of Christmas, let these festivals in the Philippines heat up your November calendar! Unlike the previous months, there aren’t too many festivals anymore around the country. By this we mean festivals that are worth spending money on flights, accommodation &...

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Certainly, there’s more to life than Oktoberfest every October. Take the festivals in the Philippines as an example where overloads of fun happen everywhere. From north to south, find your way to the most exciting fiestas around the country. Festivals in the Philippines: An October to Remember Yes, this month...

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Making a trip to Lanzones Festival in Camiguin island is always a good plan! Here, you don’t just rock on its heart-thumping events, but also a chance to roll on its chill island vibe attractions. Yes folks, all in just one go! Certainly, Camiguin is the tourism powerhouse of...

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Forget about “wake me up when September ends” because there are just too many festivals in the Philippines that will keep you busy this month. Yes, the BER months are here! But before we think of Christmas, let these awesome fiestas prelude your holiday mood. Festivals in the Philippines:...

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We’re on fire as the hottest, brightest & wildest travel sale hits the Philippines once again! It’s creeping with rage & there’s no way stopping the madness of Philippine Travel Mart 2019! Now on its 30th run, the Philippine Tour Operators Association has set the stage for the sweltering...

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A long time ago, the torogan was one of the sultanate of Lanao’s symbol of power. It was the core of Maranao traditional statecraft, customs, art & culture. It is an engineering wisdom too. But soon, it might all be gone. Forever. The torogan was the traditional house of...

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Looks like August is going to be a busy month with lots of festivals in the Philippines worth attending. From fruit harvests to cultural celebrations & from local crafts to even buzzing bees, the Filipinos just never run out of reasons to have a fiesta. This month, most of...

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Tinalak Festival is one of the most celebrated cultural fiestas in the Philippines. Think of abundant harvests, the coming together of cultures, their love for beauty & party rolled into one — and you’re close to naming it the best. Inspired with the richness of southern living, Tinalak Festival...

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Make your July super bombastic with these festivals in the Philippines adored by millions of partyphiles! This is what you get when you live in a country with more than 7,000 islands — endless fiestas! And even in this rainy month, there’s no stopping the Philippines in bringing storms...

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There are many places in the Philippines named Pandan. There’s Pandan in Catanduanes, in Occidental Mindoro & Iligan. Then there’s Pandan in Palawan & Pampanga too. But googling it, there’s one distinct town of the same name that stands out — Pandan Antique. This coastal town in Antique is...

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Are you ready to get wet & wild? Brace yourselves as the festivals in the Philippines in June bring you lots of water fun & more artery-clogging food trips! June signals the coming of the rainy season. However, celebrations of the feast of St. John the Baptist, the saint...

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Anyone who’s been to Batanes always returns with impressions that the Ivatan people are cheerful, kind & honest. Yes, they are true. But they’re also self-sufficient, industrious, typically shy & calm. Not much is known about the Ivatans. And the little things we know about them also leave us...

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Nestled in a mountain range, Aningalan breathes among age-old trees, wildflowers & clouds. With its sweeping panorama & chilly weather, could this be Antique’s prettier answer to Iloilo’s Bucari Leon? Or is it poised to steal the spotlight from other highland getaways in Western Visayas? In the recent years,...

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Magalawa Island is one of the highlight destinations of tourists exploring the northern side of Zambales. Its claim to fame is its tiny but pretty sandbar plus a camping by the beach experience. Just off the shores of Palauig in Zambales, Magalawa is actually an island barangay mostly inhabited...

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When you dine at Alpas, the fish on your plate may have just gotten through its backdoor sea & those vegies picked right outside its walls. And yes, the ladies serving your lunch may just live right off the fence or you might be sitting on an upcycled chair....

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