Temple of Supreme Bliss in the Hokkien dialect, Kek Lok Si Temple is a crowd puller especially during the Chinese New Year. The annual display of lights showcases more than 10,000 lights.
Dinagyang is Iloilo City’s version of the Ati-Atihan festival widely celebrated not only in Panay Island but also in other parts of the country.
The city opens each year with a visual spectacle—and it’s got Singapore Art Week to thank for that.
Pongal is a traditional Indian harvest festival that charms with its colourful intimations of an age gone by.
A significant international-level sailing competition featuring 50 sailing boats from around the world and top teams from the Asia Pacific.
A Hindu thanksgiving festival dedicated to the Sun God to thank the solar deity for a bountiful harvest.
Pounding drums; blackened bodies of dancers; colorful and elaborate costumes—they all paint dramatic, visual stimulation. Kalibo's Ati-Atihan is held every third week of January, and is one of the Philippines’ most recognizable festivals.
A running competition that takes participants along a 100km route.
Sinulog is a dance ritual in honor of the miraculous image of the Santo Nino. The dance moves to the sound of the drums and this resembles the current (Sinulog) of what was then known as Cebu’s Pahina River. Thus, in Cebuano, they say it is Sinulog.
This event will be held on New Year's day.