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Enjoy Festivals in the Philippines

Happy Filipinos always find a reason to celebrate. MyProperty.ph lists down upcoming festivities around the country that can help you plan your next vacation destination

Pahiyas Festival, Quezon - Photo Courtesy of Kuhreizy - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0 WikiMedia Commons

Pahiyas Festival, Quezon – Photo Courtesy of Kuhreizy – Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0 WikiMedia Commons

To truly experience the Philippines, you should see and partake in traditional festivities that almost every province in the country is proud of. Philippine festivals are perhaps the most effective way to be familiar with the country’s rich and colorful history.

Summer is the best time to make your travel itineraries and experience the Philippines. To help you add an authentic and unique cultural feel to your next getaway, MyProperty comes up with a list of entertaining festivals you can explore. Witness streets come alive with exciting dance and vibrant activities filled with locals and tourists all hyped up to participate in the fun.

Fruit Festivals in March

The tropical country of the Philippines boasts fresh and mouth-watering fruit that are abundantly offered in various provinces; thus, each town celebrates the harvest through fiestas dedicated for the corresponding fruit that a place is known for. For instance, the festivities for the Strawberry Festival of La Trinidad, Benguet, started last March of 2017 and will run until April. Likewise, the world-renowned sweet mangoes of Zambales also have a festival under its name. Held every April in time for the bumper mango harvest, the Mango Festival is surely an exciting feast that attracts mango-lovers as well as tourists who enjoy the exciting tourist spots in Zambales.

Both the Strawberry and Mango Festivals feature street parades, float competition, and trade events where you can sample the best products made from these succulent fruit.

Bangus Festival in April

Celebrated yearly every April in Dagupan City, Pangasinan, is the Bangus (milkfish) Festival meant to honor the bountiful harvest of the province. Pangasinan, the milkfish capital of the Philippines, started a tradition of lighting hundreds of barbeque grills for locals and tourists to sample and savor the delicious bangus. The grills stretch more than a kilometer long, highlighting the importance of the festival to the natives of the province. The grill parade also features a cooking contest, eating competition, dance performances, and street parties. The longest barbeque of culinary experts even earned a spot in the Guinness Book of World Records.

Sarangani Bay Festival in May

The Sarangani Bay Festival, also known as Sarbay Festival, is an annual event that unites both locals and tourists alike in a two-day fun fair. Scheduled every third week of May, this festival celebrated in Sarangani Province is one of the most popular beach events in the Philippines’ southern island of Mindanao. The event caters to all party-goers as it offers a mixture of activities for all. They have extreme outdoor sports for adrenaline junkies or bay parties for fun-seekers. A Filipino festival will never be complete without a gastronomic feast and Sarangani Bay Festival offers one of the best. The fresh produce of Sarangani is surely an exciting reason to visit and taste the best flavors.

More than being a lively fiesta, you can also contribute to the community through conservation efforts that happen alongside the festivities, such as mangroves planting. Enjoying pristine beaches while taking care of nature is beyond doubt an excellent way to spend your free time.

Pasalamat Festival in May

As a way of thanksgiving to a generous harvest, the Pasalamat Festival is held every First of May or the closest Sunday to the date in La Carlota City in Negros Occidental. The festival highlights a gathering of participants at the base of Mount Kanlaon where cultural traditions to thank the gods of fertility of the mountain are celebrated. Colorful costumes and masks, as well as street music and dances plus delicious local fares, can also be enjoyed in this fiesta.

Pahiyas Festival in May

The Pahiyas Festival in Lucban, Quezon, is one of the most popular festivals in the Philippines, thanks to the very colorful and elaborate decorations that adorn the houses of this quiet town every May 15. The decorations, which are known as kiping, are leaf-shaped rice wafers and are arranged in elaborate patterns forming large flowers or colorful chandeliers.

Celebrated to honor the patron saint of farmers, San Isidro Labrador, the feast is also the town’s way to thank a great harvest. Pahiyas Festival is also must-attend event especially by food lovers as authentic and delectable dishes are prepared by every household. Hundreds of stalls and merchants of locally produced items, such as the town’s famous longganisang lukban and pansit habhab, are also available for all attendees who are looking for unique souvenirs. Known as one of the most colorful events in the Philippines, Pahiyas Festival is certainly an amazing blend of culture, food, and lifestyle in one exciting affair.

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Crown of Confidence and Decadence at Marriott Manila

Dine, Drink, and Be Pampered Like Miss Universe at Marriott Hotel Manila

Marriott Café Bakery’s Crown of Confidence and Decadence
Don’t wear it. Eat it! It’s a slice of what it feels to reign as the most beautiful for only P205 nett. The crown of confidence and decadence is a tiara made of moist chocolate cake, salted caramel chocolate ganache, rolled fondant, silver dragée, isomalt blue stone, and handmade pastillage. It is yum!

Marriott Cafe

A Taste of the Universe at Marriott Café

Are you confidently beautiful with a heart? If you are, mark your calendars because as early as January 16, you can dine, drink, and be pampered like a beauty queen at Marriott Hotel Manila!

Have a taste of the best cuisines the universe has to offer at Marriott Café.  To celebrate with the country’s hosting of Miss Universe 2016, it will be offering a taste of the countries that brought home the coveted crown: Mexico’s grilled skirt steaks with tortilla and guacamole, Angola’s arroz de coco e papaia with piri-piri marinated shrimps (rice with papaya and coconut milk), USA’s Texas style BBQ ribs with Mac and Cheese, Venezuela’s Chivo en Coco (goat in coconut stew with rice and fried plantains), Colombia’s Tamales with Hogao (marinated pork wrapped in corn meal with Colombian tomato salsa), and Philippines’ Binacol (chicken soup cooked in tamarind and coconut juice). Great conversations with your family, friends, or business partners will surely revolve around these dishes for dinner at P2,100 per person.

Cru Steakhouse

Queen Bee Set Menu at Cru Steakhouse

Wear your elegant evening dress or gown and dine at Cru Steakhouse with its Queen Bee Set Menu: Salmon Carpaccio (salmon gravlax, beetroot salad, and horseradish cream) for appetizer, a hearty soup of Sweet Corn Velouté (organic vegetable fajitas and chive oil), Fillet Mignon (seared foie gras, rosti potatoes, mushroom ragoût, and blueberry sauce) for main course, and Ube Maclair (purple yam macaron, chantilly jellied dalandan coulis, Good Shepherd ube cream, and pili nut crumble) for dessert. This special menu for P3,000 nett is definitely fabulous in every bite!

Marriott Hotel Manila Greatroom

Marriott Hotel Manila Greatroom

Miss Universe Cocktails

Ms. Universe Cocktails at the Greatroom

Fancy a mix fit for a queen? Find the “sash of cocktails” that fit you best, strike a pose, and toast it with friends. The Greatroom serves Miss Congeniality for P375, Miss Photogenic for P345, The Runner Ups for P375, The Queen for P360, and Beauty and Brains for P280.

Miss Universe Viewing Party at the Hotel Lobby at 8:30 a.m. on January 30
The party continues with a live telecast of the most beautiful day in the universe. With wit and grace, gather your girlfriends and indulge with every bite and sip as you watch every winning moment of the competition on January 30. If your choice for Pia Wurzbach’s successor is right, you and your friends will win an overnight stay at a Premium Room of the newly opened West Wing where you can pamper yourselves in its luxurious amenities complete with fresh cocktails and sumptuous bar chows.

All these are a confidently beautiful experience you shouldn’t miss. At Marriott Hotel Manila, you will dine, drink, and be treated like a beauty queen.

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For more information, please call 988 9999 or visit www.manilamarriott.com. To join ongoing conversations, like Facebook.com/MarriottHotelManila, follow @marriottmanila on Twitter and @manilamarriott on Instagram.

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How Much Do You Know About Philippine Independence?

Philippines is known around the world for its rich and diverse culture that has truly captivated the hearts of many tourists—foreign and local alike. But did you know that its rich and diverse culture roots down to one of the world’s most interesting history known to man. While many people are aware that June 12 holds a special place in many Filipino’s heart, there are still many that are unaware of its true essence.

Here’s an Infographic by M2.0, the leading PR company in the Philippines, on what went down on June 12, one of the pivotal moments in Philippine History, plus facts that many Filipinos would want to know.

118 Years After: How Well Do You Know About Philippine Independence?

Going Back to Baguio for the Panagbenga 2016

Probinsyano float in Panagbenga 2016-min

Probinsyano float in Panagbenga 2016 with Coco Martin, Maja Salvador, the highlight of the parade

When my sister-in-law invited me to go with her to Bagiuo and see Panagbenga, I got really excited. We both were, actually. I can’t remember which year I went the first time, but I remember big floats with beautiful fresh flowers parading down Session Road, which was packed with tourists.

With that in mind, off we went!

Cool breeze welcomed us when we reached Baguio around 7PM, Friday, February .

Hungry and tired (I was working on my lappy during the whole trip; good thing I didn’t feel dizzy at all!), we just dropped our bags at Tulip Apartelle (which deserves a separate blog post) and headed out to grab dinner. We ended up at Rose Bowl Chinese Restaurant and yes it was a cold night but we still had our pure and fresh strawberry shake. Ha ha!

The activity on Session Road for Saturday was street dancing. We wanted to watch but we couldn’t get a good vantage point even if we were already in Zola Café. All the verandas of the café and tables by the windows were reserved and paid for!

So, we just watched the program on TV there. Ha ha! We went up to Baguio to watch the festivities on TV. Hilarious! The waiter was nice though because he volunteered to take a few photos but they were in my SIL’s iPad and wasn’t able to get a copy. I just observed that the dancers were sparse, though.

For Sunday, we really reserved a spot by the window to see the floats of the Panagbenga parade. Even though I was running a high fever (due to the cold, perhaps), I still got up and witnessed the most-awaited parade of floats made of fresh flowers.

7-11 Float at Panagbenga 2016

7-11 Float at Panagbenga 2016 with former PBB housemates

Coke Float at Panagbenga 2016

Coke Float at Panagbenga 2016

DOT Float at Panagbenga 2016

DOT Float at Panagbenga 2016

Efficascent Oil Float at Panagbenga 2016

Efficascent Oil Float at Panagbenga 2016

God is our Refuge Float at Panagbenga 2016

God is our Refuge Float at Panagbenga 2016

NLEX Float at Panagbenga 2016

NLEX Float at Panagbenga 2016

Pascual Float at Panagbenga 2016

Pascual Float at Panagbenga 2016

Pepsi Float at Panagbenga 2016

Pepsi Float at Panagbenga 2016

Sitel Float at Panagbenga 2016

Sitel Float at Panagbenga 2016

Zagu Float at Panagbenga 2016

Zagu Float at Panagbenga 2016

URC Float at Panagbenga 2016

URC Float at Panagbenga 2016

Float at Panagbenga 2016

Float at Panagbenga 2016

Float at Panagbenga 2016 2

Float at Panagbenga 2016 2

MELASON Float at Panagbenga 2016

MELASON Float at Panagbenga 2016

To our surprise, there were only few floats, and few major companies who joined. The parade started around 8ish in the morning, and it ended a little past 10am. Rather a short for a major event. To be honest, not quite what I expected. I guess I miss the grand floats in the early years.

Although, a bit disappointed by the parade, still we enjoyed our Baguio trip. We didn’t go to the usual places anymore as we have seen those in the past trips there. Being both accessories obsessed, my SIL and I just scoured the shops selling silver ware and we got ourselves some, of course! Ha ha!

This 4th time that I visited Baguio, I just noticed that the city is less green, not as clean, not as well put together. I hope when go back, I will smell again the pine trees, see more green, and be comfortably embraced  by the cool, chilly wind.

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Marriott Manila is one with LGBT in Celebrating All Kinds of Love

Why go with just plain red when you can celebrate the spectrum of Love?

Love Won Valentine at Marriott Hotel Manila

For February, Marriott Manila is taking Valentine’s Day in its most colorful form in support of the freedom to love who you love. Whether you’re raising a glass to all kinds of love or celebrating your independence, the hotel has prepared a colorful fete for you to partake.

If your appetite is as big as your love for your partner, Marriott Café satisfies your craving and takes you and your palate on a romantic stroll to a colorful range of international cuisines. Fall in love with their hefty spread of filling choices such as tiger prawns, prime rib, oysters, tepanyaki and foie gras with nimble chefs on standby to cook it the way you desire it. For only Php 2250 for February 13 lunch buffet and Php 2650 for Feb 13 and 14 dinner buffet and Sunday brunch, renew your love with each other in the Café’s “Make Room for Love”. Have the liberty to express affections through the do-it-yourself dessert corner and create rainbow connections with your own confections, to share with your bae.

Make Room for Love at Marriott Hotel Manila Marriott Hotel Manila Celebrates All the Colors of Love

The ideal mate deserves an ideal meal, don’t you agree? If you’re looking for a fancy treat, we suggest you fire-up an intimate dinner with your partner and indulge in the finest steaks and wine in the city at Cru Steakhouse. Don’t miss out on the Strawberry Semifreddo for a sweet ending that’s worthy of sweet sharing, available from Feb 13 to 14 only. A limited edition Valentine offer, this colorful treat is a combination of ice cream and frozen mousse with fresh strawberries molded in two hearts, a reinvention of the classic Italian dessert for only Php 450.

CRU Steakhouse, Marriptt Manila Hotel

Cru Strawberry Semifreddo, Marriott Hotel Manila

Are you a fan of Madonna but don’t have tickets to her show? You and your boo should swing by the Greatroom and get ready to party on the Madonna Madness in celebration of love equality. Take a sip or more of the Mad Mixes inspired by the Queen of Pop such as “Material Girl”, “Take a Vow”, “Vogue” and “Frozen” with price ranging from Php 290 to Php 350 only. And because the hotel wants you to experience the Rebel concert, revel with the hits of the icon of love equality with live performances on weekends for the whole love month.

Looking for a sweet gift for your partner or just an edible souvenir of your vibrant date? Make a quick stop at the Marriott Café Bakery to grab something for your love. Filling for your eyes and tummy, get ready to swoon over their colorful collection of cakes, cupcakes, cookies gelatos and French macarons available until February 14 only.

Love took a leap, conquered and won. Marriott Manila supports love equality and we want to celebrate all kinds of love for the whole month of February 2016. For inquiries, advance orders and reservations, call (02) 9889999 or visit manilamarriott.com. To keep up on their latest offerings, follow @marriottmanila at Facebook and Twitter and, @manilamarirott on Instagram.

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Diamond Hotel Celebrates Love

Looking for the ideal setting to celebrate Valentine’s Day?

Valentine's Day at Yurakuen Main Dining Area

Check out Diamond Hotel’s Valentine weekend offering with enticing culinary recommendations, charming ambiance and an overall enchanting experience.

This Valentine weekend, February 12-15, 2016, the hotel’s Valentine Room Packages make for an unforgettable romantic sojourn. Stay in a Deluxe Room for only Php 7,300 nett per night inclusive of massage for two OR book the Php 9,500 nett per night package inclusive of lunch or dinner for two. Both room packages are complemented with breakfast buffet for 2 at Corniche, unlimited wifi access for 2 devices, and access to the wellness facilities. Room packages for the Suites and Premier floors are also available.

Satisfy your partner’s food craving with specially prepared culinary dishes. For your sweetheart, Corniche Restaurant offers a Pre-Valentine and Valentine Lunch and Dinner buffets from February 12 to 15, 2016 for Php 2,980 nett per person inclusive of a glass of Moet & Chandon.

At Yurakuen Restaurant, partake of a splendid Japanese feast from February 12 to 15, 2016. An 8-course Kaiseki Set Dinner Menu, priced at Php 2, 480 nett per person inclusive of a glass of Moet & Chandon, awaits couples who want to celebrate their love.

The Sky Lounge on the soaring 27th floor sets you high in love from February 12 to 15, 2016 with an entertaining evening for only Php 500 nett per person inclusive of 2 standard drinks.

The Poolside is the perfect venue for a wonderful Valentine al fresco date from February 12 to 14, 2016. Dine under the stars with your loved one for only Php6,500 nett which includes 6-course set dinner for two with a glass of wine and a violin serenade.

All ladies dining on February 14, 2016 will receive a special gift.

For Valentine gift ideas, visit the Lobby Lounge and select from an array of luscious cakes and melt-in-your-mouth chocolates for your special someone.

Diamond Hotel's Valentine Heart-shaped Cheesecake

Heart-shaped cheesecake

Heart-shaped Macaroons with Raspberry filling 1-min

Heart-shaped macaroons with raspberry filling

Romantic Baked Cheesecake 1-min

Romantic baked cheesecake

Promotions may not be combined with any other discount or offers. Prior reservation is encouraged. Room package is valid for local residents only. Other terms and conditions apply.

For room reservations call (632) 528-3000 ext. 1141 and for restaurant reservations call (632) 529-3000 ext. 1121. Prior reservation is encouraged and room package is valid for local residents only. Promotions may not be combined with any other discount or offers. Other terms and conditions apply.

Diamond Hotel Philippines is located at Roxas Boulevard corner Dr. J. Quintos Street, Manila. For inquiries, please call (632) 528-3000 or email bizcenter@diamondhotel.com. For more information on Diamond Hotel Philippines, please visit www.diamondhotel.com. For hotel updates and special offerings, follow us on Facebook at facebook.com/DiamondHotelPhilippines and Twitter, Instagram and Youtube at @DiamondHotelPh.

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A Magical Couple’s Getaway to Dusit Hotels & Resorts

Stay at Dusit Hotels & Resorts

Escape into a world of Dusit magic where romance never ends. Indulge in an exquisite dinner under the stars or a relaxing couple’s massage, and all the pampering amenities designed to let you savour every moment with your special someone.

Take advantage of the Dusit Gold Valentine’s Special and enjoy a suite romance throughout the Month of Love.

Enjoy a special 30% off for any suite bookings now through Feb 29, 2016 by becoming a member of our Dusit Gold loyalty program. Sign up now for FREE on www.dusitgold.com to take advantage of this limited time offer and a host of other Dusit Gold privileges.

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Watch your Favorite Disney Stars LIVE in Disney On Ice

We grew up thinking that damsels in distress always get the attention. I am happy that in the recent years, women are depicted as strong and soft at the same time. I see these qualities in my favorite Disney princesses: Merida, Mulan, Rapunzel, and Elsa & Anna.

Merida, with her ball of red curly hair is feisty but have a soft hear for her family. The same is true for Mulan. What I also like about Rapunzel, who was depicted also in the Tangled movie is that she may be strong-willed, yet she follows her mom’s advice. And who doesn’t admire the strong characters of Elsa and Anna of Frozen?

That is why, I can’t wait to see Disney on Ice live in the coming days.

Disney on Ice presents Magical Ice Festival

From December 25 until January 3 at the Big Dome (aka Smart Araneta Coliseum), Disney On Ice presents Magical Ice Festival featuring magical moments from across the kingdom with a superstar lineup of Disney royalty. Think of Ariel, Rapunzel, Belle, and never-before-seen characters Anna and Elsa.

“We are taking a fresh new spin on how we’re presenting the Disney stories. We are weaving together the four worlds of royal sisters Anna and Elsa, Ariel, Belle and Rapunzel as they each embark on their own epic journey,” says Producer Juliette Feld.

Disney On Ice presents Magical Ice Festival

You can even sing and dance to popular Disney tunes with interactive and playful segments for kids to be led by Disney superstars Mickey and Minnie, and join Anna as she fearlessly sets off on an epic journey, together with Kristoff and reindeer Sven, to find her sister Elsa, whose icy powers have trapped the kingdom of Arendelle in perpetual winter.

In Beauty and the Beast’s “Be Our Guest,” the theatrical elements of the glitzy napkins and silverware costumes will astound audiences. “The costumes are designed to emphasize the overwhelming amount of table décor that appears in the movie. The napkins unfold to increase their size and the forks tower over the heads of the performers. This is a big moment for Belle; the costumes need to reflect that,” says Costume Designer Cynthia Nordstrom.

The challenge of live shows is how to capture the scenes truthfully. Lighting will play a crucial role in giving the overall production a truly magical feel.

Disney On Ice presents Magical Ice Festival

“The colors really pull you into the different worlds of the princesses, but it’s how the lights are arranged that command your attention when the characters are performing their acts. For example, when the Daughters of Triton are introduced, the lighting individually highlights each of them. Your eyes follow the spotlights,” says Lighting Designer Sam Doty.

Produced by Feld Entertainment, Disney On Ice presents Magical Ice Festival features an astounding display of creativity and talent, with spellbinding Disney stories we have all come to enjoy and love!

Buy your tickets early and visit TicketNet website or call 911-5555 for more details.

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Book your seats now!

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Experience Magical Ice Festival at the Big Dome

It’s Christmas time, and there is already excitement in the air. Family and kids have been awaiting the return of the all-time Filipino favorite show, the Disney On Ice at the Big Dome.

There is much to look forward to in this year’s show. Aside from world-class skaters who make up its talented ensemble, Disney On Ice presents Magical Ice Festival will be featuring Disney’s Academy Award® winning and number one animated feature film of all time, Frozen. This and the other three Disney royal adventures!

Disney on Ice - Elsa and Anna, Frozen

“This year’s Disney On Ice is truly magical with Disney properties that are packed with heart and personality. We have princesses that are exuberant and strong-willed, but we’ve also expanded the roles of spirited supporting characters, so that they’re more prominent in the show,” says Producer Nicole Feld.

For the first time on ice, watch your favorite Disney stars Anna and Elsa, together with hilarious snowman Olaf, rugged mountain man Kristoff and his loyal reindeer Sven in a magical winter adventure.

“The most exciting part of bringing characters like Anna and Elsa to the ice for the first time is knowing that they have a powerful and inspiring message that resonates with audiences as the sisters discover the true meaning of love,” says producer Nicole Feld.

Audiences will also enjoy comical segments with captivating stories of princesses Ariel, Rapunzel and Belle in a new twist of fairy-tale fun featuring Disney’s The Little Mermaid, Tangled, and Beauty and the Beast.

Disney on Ice - Rapunzel, Tangled

“By pulling together moments from classic Disney stories to the newest feature film sensation Frozen and combining them with elements of comedy and music, we developed a truly unique way to re-tell each fairy tale,” says Producer Juliette Feld.

Disney's Donald Duck, Fabs, Goofy, Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse

Dazzling costume designs, spectacular set elements, and jaw-dropping stunts are also what make this year’s show even more exhilarating.

In Beauty and the Beast’s “Be Our Guest,” the theatrical elements of the glitzy napkins and silverware costumes will astound audiences. “The costumes are designed to emphasize the overwhelming amount of table décor that appears in the movie. The napkins unfold to increase their size and the forks tower over the heads of the performers. This is a big moment for Belle; the costumes need to reflect that,” says Costume Designer Cynthia Nordstrom.

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Moreover, lighting plays a crucial role in giving the overall production a truly magical feel.
“The colors really pull you into the different worlds of the princesses, but it’s how the lights are arranged that command your attention when the characters are performing their acts. For example, when the Daughters of Triton are introduced, the lighting individually highlights each of them. Your eyes follow the spotlights,” says Lighting Designer Sam Doty.

Experience Magical Ice Festival at the Big Dome from December 25 to January 3 and don’t miss the chance to see your favorite Disney stars LIVE!

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Buy your tickets via TicketNet online or call 911-5555 for more details.

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