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Catch WOWBatangas Team at the LAMBAYOK Festival 2009 in San Juan, Batangas

LAMBAYOK Festival showcases the three growing industries of San Juan, Batangas – lambanog (coconut wine or vodka), palayok (clay pot), and their booming beach resort industry. This festival celebrates the creativity, ingenuity, and hard work of the people of San Juan. LAMBAYOK Festival had been joining the Aliwan Fiesta, a …

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Ala Eh! Festival 2009 Highlights Batangas Province 428th Foundation Day (Images by WOWBatangas)

There’s no stopping the Batanguenos from celebrating the 428th founding anniversary of the province. Ten municipalities competed against each other to grab the first prize amounting to P150,000 for the street dance competition. The participating towns are Lemery, Lobo, Taal, Padre Garcia, Rosario, Nasugbu, Bauan, Malvar, and the cities of …

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Cuenca, Batangas Festival

Visit the Cuenca, Batangas page for all information on Cuenca. Cuenca, a town in Batangas is known for its panaderos (bakers) and best known with the tasty tinapay (bread) that these panaderos bake. With these, the local Government of Cuenca organized a festival called the “Tinapayan” where  most bakers in town …

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San Jose, Batangas Festival

Visit the San Jose, Batangas page for all information on San Jose. What is sinuam? It is a salty and spicy egg soup usually prepared for women who have just gave birth. Why do San Jose locals have this for their festival? Well, it is simplybecause poutry is the dominant business in …

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Parada ng mga Lechon, Balayan, Batangas

Visit the Balayan page for all information on Balayan. A lechon on a table during fiestas is already a big wow for the visitors. How much more of this: a whole parade about 100 of these mouth watering, roasted pigs! This is what we could witness every 24th of June at Balayan, Batangas. Local Balayan folks do this …

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