Pintados Festival, celebrated each third week in the month of March, has grown over the years to be one of the most remarkable events.
Philippines’ event calendar is packed with festivals that make it one of the most elaborate cultural systems across the world. Pintados is no exception. Held in the Province of Iloilo, the festival is an integral part and parcel of the local community.
CineFilipino is one of the most exciting events for film lovers and tourists in Philippines. It is also the brainchild of Unitel Productions.
At the core of this festival is the need to assist in the development of cinematic works that best capture the spirit of the Filipinos in their own country. The aim of this festival is to make sure that the different works of art are not only earmarked for a specific audience, but that they are also suitable for the intended audience.
Strawberry Festival is an interesting concept launched in March 2015. The debut festival was held between 14th and 20th March in La Trinidad, Benguet.
The festival, just as the name suggests, was envisioned to promote the location as a top strawberry contributor in the area. The timing of the festival couldn’t be better as it is held just after the popular flower festival in Baguio. Tourists spending some time in this region can always enjoy a festival-filled holiday, certainly an unforgettable way to enjoy a Philippines holiday.
Kaamulan Festival is an annual festival that involves the seven tribes of Bukidnon. The festival is a celebration of culture, folklore and traditions.
The seven ethnic tribes are Talaandig, Manobo, Matigsalug, Tigwahanun, Higaunu, Umayamnun and the Bukidnon. The cultural fusion of the ethnic groups makes for a diverse and enthralling event, the only multi-ethnic festival in the country. It is easy to see why this is considered the most genuine festival across Philippines.
Magayon Festival is a yearly celebration derived from the legend of the Mayon Volcano to honor the province’s bounty and beauty.
The most spectacular thing about this festival is that it blends the culture, religion as well as rich heritage of the locals in Albay, Philippines. For those who have long been fascinated by the culture of the Filipinos, there is no better way to immerse oneself in the lifestyle locals.
MIAS (Manila International Auto Show) is a perfect resplendent event for car enthusiasts and players in the automobile sector to gather in Philippines.
The auto show’s inception in 2005 has given rise to one of the country’s most iconic auto shows, bringing together thousands of car lovers. Held every year in the month of April, the show is held at the World Trade Center in Metro Manila.