Archive for the ‘Bulacan’ Category
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Bulacan has fast become an ideal tourist destination, owing to its vital role in Philippine history, and its rich heritage in culture and the arts. The province is popularly known for its historical sites; nostalgic old houses and churches; idyllic ecological attractions; religious attractions; colorful and enchanting festivals; swimming and various themed attractions; and a wide selection of elegant native crafts and sumptuous delicacies. It is also home to numerous resorts, hotels, restaurants, and other recreational facilities.
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Experience the longest Lenten procession in the Philippines, the Baliuag Lenten Procession. An old tradition of the people from Baliuag, Bulacan every Good Friday. The 90 plus carrozas showcases the life and death of our Lord Jesus Christ.
The “Prosisyon ng mga Santo”, Baliuag’s main Lenten attraction is a grand parade of 60 lavishly decorated floats depicting scenes of the passion and sufferings of Christ. More Info: The Magnificent Baliwag Lenten Holy Week Procession in Bulacan
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Every January 23rd of the year, the land of Guiguinto , Bulacan celebrates its Halamanan Festival. During the festival, the people held streetdancing competitions, plant exhibits, jobs fairs, and many others. More Info: The Halamanan Festival in Bulacan is a Celebration of Plants, Flowers and Trees
There are so many colorful festivals to go to when you visit Bulacan, so make sure you include them in your itinerary!
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