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Ibaan, Batangas Festivals

Visit the Ibaan, Batangas page for all information on Ibaan. Ibaan has a fine culture of celebrating town fiestas and their famed Kulambo Festival. Kulambo (mosquito net), as known to many people, is Ibaan’s primary product and is really abundant in the whole municipality. With their soft and silky texture …

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Lian, Batangas Festival

Visit the Lian, Batangas page for all information on Lian. Every year on June 24, Lian celebrates its town fiesta as with the celebration of the birthdate of Saint John The Baptist. The Balsa Festival, popularly celebrated every year at Matabungkay Beach, is an annual festival aimed to help the …

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Taal, Batangas Festival

Visit the Taal, Batangas page for all information on Taal. Celebrated annually during the month of April, EL PASUBAT Festival is the conglomeration of the trademarks of Taal, Batangas. EL PASUBAT stands for Empanada, Longganisa, Panutsa, Suman, Balisong, Barong Tagalog,Tapa, Tamales, Tawilis, Tulingan — the delicacies and crafts that Taal is known for. The festival is one grandiose way of highlighting …

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Lemery, Batangas Festival

Visit the Lemery, Batangas page for all information on Lemery.   Since 2007, the Municipality of Lemery, Batangas has been observing the celebration of Sigpawan Festival. This is similar to other festivals in the country which showcase thanksgiving in the form of lively dances and colorful costumes. Another activity is …

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Sto. Tomas, Batangas Festival

Visit the Sto. Tomas, Batangas page for all information in Sto. Tomas.   The Mahaguyog Festival of Sto. Tomas, Batangas Mahaguyog, the mixed word for “Mais, Halaman, Gulay, Niyog”, is a festival annually celebrated in the Municipality of Sto. Tomas to honor the bountiful blessing showered to the town. It’s …

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Agoncillo, Batangas Festival

Visit the Agoncillo, Batangas page for all information on Agoncillo. FESTIVAL: Tawilis Festival Travelling back to time when Taal Volcano first erupted, people from the volcano’s surroundings were shredded with fear. They kept their families and homes away from the volcano to a safer place. When they came back, they …

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