Manila, the Asian capital city, is the only one which reminds us of the Spanish influence. The pollution and crowd of the city is the reason why most visitors belittle it in the beginning of the visit. But soon after landing here they realize there’s a lot which anyone may like. It is indeed an ideal city which describes the cheerful, casual, earnest and many more attitudes of true Philippines. For those who are less familiar with this city’s festivity and celebrations, it is significant to be acquainted with the fact that religion plays the foremost role in the lives of Manila's residents and almost all the events and big festivals contained by the calendar of the city are religiously themed. Hence, taking flights to Manila near the time of any of these festivals can give you a whole new experience of getting acquainted with the real Philippines culture and religion.
Manila Day is one of the biggest events and draws massive crowds of overseas visitors. This June event is on the top of the cards for passionate visitors who don’t miss a chance of booking cheap flight tickets available around this month of celebrations. The Manila Day or Araw ng Maynila as the natives address it is a day of pride for the city and offers a four-day food festival which runs along the seawall of Roxas Boulevard. Here you can get to taste and enjoy food sold by cafés from all around the city. A national talent contest, live music concerts and other amusing events, await guests and tourists from all around the globe close to the world famous Manila day.
January each year sets off with ‘Feast of Black Nazarene’
Manila offers a loaded array of Traditional events all through the year, highlighting its exceptional cultural identity. The visitors are provided with a huge range of choices which give them an opportunity to have a holiday of a lifetime. Each of its events, whether it is the most famous ‘Feast of the Black Nazarene’, ‘The Cinemanila International film festival’, ‘Kalesa Festival ‘ or any other on the calendar, have the ability to make alive the cultural spirit of the people of Philippines.
January is the time when you can avail cheap flight tickets and be a part of the most famous religious festival in Manila, ‘Feast of the Black Nazarene’. It’s amazing to see a life-sized timber statue of Christ that was transported to Manila, centuries ago from Mexico. This festival is about a passionate devotional parade through Manila's Quiapo district. This largest festival of Philippines draws devotees and general tourists from all walks of lives who believe that only the ones, who imbibe the sanctity of the Black Nazarene, get the chance of actually carrying the statue. This feast and the procession is a not to miss event if you plan to come here in the beginning of the year.
For the ones who are on a holiday to Manila in the months of May or June should be assured of having a good one as the Bamboo Organ Festival, San Isidro festival and the Cinemanila film festival will be all ready to entertain them. Bamboo Organ Festival is an international music festival with organ music at its heart. This seven day festival will leave you feeling enlivened by recitals of sacred music from all eras. So if you have taken cheap tickets to Manila, you are yet more on the cards like the San Isidro Festival which is a flamboyant and colorful festival in the Philippines. The later times of the year offer celebrations like ‘Kalesa Festival’ with traditional singing and dancing, ‘Filipino Heritage Festival’ with an essence of local culture and the religious events like the ‘La navel’ and the ‘Feast of Nuestra Senora Delos’.
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