Christmas Symbols Festival is located in Tangub City, Misamis Occidental held every 6th of December. The festival reflects the Tangubanons' ingenuity, creativeness, and resourcefulness.
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Tangub City Christmas Symbols Capital of the Philippines. Yes, Tangub City is considered as one, what with its impressive displays of Christmas tableaus all aglow and all lit up that you can just gawk in wonder. It's actually amazing with all those dancing colored lights, moving parts and the festive atmosphere can make your visit worthwhile and this has been going on for the past 25 years, and I think a rival to San Fernando's Ligligan Parul Sampernandu.
I've been wanting to witness this spectacle for the past several years and its even ironic that we used to have a property in this city a ...
Our country has been known to welcome Christmas as early as September where malls and households start putting up the decors that signal the yuletide season.
Thus, many of our cities and provinces have also become tourist destinations where domestic and foreign tourists enjoy watching various Christmas festivals around the country.
In Northern Mindanao, we can boast of the brightest Christmas festival in the Philippines.
Tangub City in Misamis Occidental lights up its Christmas Symbols Festival. The longest-running festival here in the country now on its 23rd year that starts every 1s ...
Tangub City's 55 barangays have spiced up their 2014 Christmas Symbols Festival with the contest of the symbols in various categories along the theme: "Christmas Around the World, Part III".
These categories includes the contest of the symbols at the City Plaza for Category A, where the landmarks of each of the 16 countries of the world are displayed, Vicenta B. Paller, Sr. Tourism Operations Officer (STOO), said.
To have a remembrance or souvenir for this trip around the world, the City Tourism Office has offered a "Pasaporte" or passport at P20, on which entry to each landmark is stamp ...
The beautiful Christmas display in Tangub City, the Christmas Symbols Capital of the Philippines, is a holiday tradition inspired by one lonely Christmas 22 years ago.
How would you like to travel the world while enjoying the holiday season's lights and colors? At this laid-back city in Northern Mindanao known as the Christmas Symbols Capital of the Philippines, you get a passport to be filled with country stamps when you visit famous landmarks adorned with Christmas lights and colors, like Trevi Fountain in Rome, and the Statue of Liberty in New York.
Every year for the entire month of ...
Have you experienced the "Christmas Symbols Capital of the Philippines"?.
Christmas is more fun in the Philippines, and Tangub City proves just that. The city is celebrating the 22nd year of its "Christmas Symbols Festival".
A crowd estimated at 70,000 filled the Tangub Plaza for the Grand Opening Ceremony of the said fiesta, which started shortly after 8 p.m. with performances by the Sinanduloy Cultural Troupe and students from different schools.
The theme of this year's festival is "Christmas Around the World Part III," which showcases the various global landmarks.
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