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Moriones Festival 2013 Schedule of Activities

Moriones Festival

The Moriones Festival 2013 Schedule of Activities which will guide the travelers and visitors to witness their authentic and colorful festival and many activities to follow during this holy week. In the Island of Marinduque, they celebrate a very interesting Moriones festival that is themed from the Romans where they wear mask also known as a Morion as their costume to cover their faces as their armors.  This is a re-enactment of a folk-religious festival which tells a story of a Longinus who is a Roman centurion who has blinded in one eye. This is a seven day event which ...

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The City of Pines Celebrates Panagbenga Festival

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The City of Pines Celebrates Panagbenga Festival on the month of February yearly and it is the popular Baguio Tourist Spots . They celebrate the festival for a month. So many activities are held during these occasions and many tourists and visitors love being part on this one great event. Baguio City is one of the popular Philippine Tourist Spot in Northern Luzon. People loved this place because of the cool climate and the smell of the pine trees around and other attractions in the heart of the city. The festival showcases their native dances and many floats that made ...

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The Bravest and the Greatest Tattoo’s in Tacloban’s Pintados Festival

Tacloban Pintados Festival

The Bravest and the greatest tattoo’s in Tacloban’s Pintados Festival is the much awaited fiesta in town City of Tacloban, Visayas the capital of Leyte province where it is the birth place of Pintados festival. They are famous in their festivals which people around the world come and take part in their feast. This came from the root word “Pintados” which means “the painted ones.”  This feast last for a month and this merry-making event includes the Pintados Kasadyaan festival, the Grand Parade, where all participants have painted their body with different colors. The people from Visayas celebrate their ritualistic ...

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Masskara Festival the City Of Smiles


The Masskara festival the City of smiles, in Bacolod City in Negros Occidental is where the festival originated. The mask is the symboof the festival. On the month of October, this marks the beginning of the most anticipated Masskara festival. Sugar capital of the Philippines.This has large sugar plantations and it can supply the country with sugar. Bacolod City is its capital and it is the center of business, commerce and finance. This city has oil plantations and companies, factories, agri- business and allied industrial businesses. Bacolod is the great city of smiles and they are very proud of their ...

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The Colorful Sinulog Festival

Sinulog Fest

Cebu City is one of the most visited Tourist Spot in the Philippines locally and International. This city is famous on their festivals which is base on religious beliefs. The colorful Sinulog Festival covers the biggest and grandest festival in Cebu. This is one of the glorious feasts for their saint, the Santo Nino de Cebu. The Sinulog festival is an annual celebration of the Cebuano, this is held every third Sunday on the month of January. The festival is a dance ritual and this is to honor their patron, the Holy child or the Santo Nino. The people dances ...

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Iloilo’s Pride: The Dinagyang Festival


Iloilo’s Pride, the  Dinagyang Festival means to make people happy, from the root word dagyang. This is a yearly celebration for the Iloilo people. It is celebrated every fourth week of January to give their tribute to Holy Jesus Christ and Viva Señor Santo Niño and to commemorate the Christianization of Natives of Iloilo. The Dinagyang Festival is held in Iloilo City. People celebrate their festival by means of dancing the famous “Hala Bira” while shouting Viva Señor Santo Niño. People flock on the streets making the community alive, fun and exciting. The main event comes with a colorful street ...

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What you don’t know about Ati-atihan Festival?


Ati-atihan is a festival in honor of the Santo Nino and it is also one of the Tourist Spots in the Philippines located in Kalibo Aklan, where it is celebrated in the 3rd week of January in ever last three days of the week of the festival. The activities is well prepared by the folks in Kalibo Aklan because the participants would cover themselves with coal as dark as like an “Aeta”,the dark-skinned indigenous tribe were believed as the early settler’s of Panay Island. The town is busy preparing for the festivities and all visitors are welcome to their houses ...

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