The Philippines is known to have the longest Christmas celebration in the world, which usually starts after Halloween, or even during the start of ber months for some, and ends on the Feast of the Epiphany on January. This country has an endless list of attractions to visit during this season. Popular events and destinations include City of San Fernando, Pampanga’s Giant Lantern Festival, Tarlac’s Belenisimo, Cebu City’s Pasko sa Sugbo and the various displays in key cities. Metro Manila also has its share of attractions for the whole family to enjoy. Check out these seven Christmas sights and events in the metro.
THE ASIAN CULINARY EXPERIENCE
Banawe Street in Quezon City is almost synonymous to car parts and accessories because of the long row of stores selling these products, earning its title as the Auto Parts Capital of the Philippines. But aside from these finds, the area has emerged as a prime destination in Metro Manila for foodies who are in search for a gastronomic adventure.