1st Sunday

Offers thanksgiving to God of Agriculture in Kanlaon Volcano.

Alitagtag, Batangas


Celebration to honor the Holy Cross.

month long

Celebrations throughout the province, I where sumptuous feasts are prepared. All Boholanos are expected to return home for the fiesta.

Lingayen, Pangasinan

May 1

Celebrate rich harvested seafood in the province.

Nabla, Camarines Sur

May 1

A fertility festival of pagan origin.

Pavia, Iloilo

May 3

The race features the fastest water buffalos (carabaos) in the area pulling bamboo carts.

Masbate City

May 6-9

The highlight of Masbate's Livestock Week focusing on the importance of cattle raising to the island's economy.

Lucban, Laguna

May 15

Honors San lsidro, the patron saint of farmers. Beautiful decorations, made of edible rice dough, are placed on the exteriors of houses representing various agricultural products.

Mt. Mayon Volcano in Albay, Bicol Region

May 1-31

Pays tribute to the beauty and power of regal Mt. Mayon Volcano in Albay, Bicol Region.

Daet, Camarines Norte

May 1-31

In honor of Daet's main crop, the Queen Formosa Pineapple, reputed to be the sweetest variety.



A parade of the town's loveliest ladies, representing the search and discovery of Christ's Cross by Queen Helena and Constantine.

Lucap, Pangasinan

May 11-12

Thanksgiving festival for the blessings of the unique, natural island formations.


May 15-22

Celebrates the founding of province and its famous golden mangoes.

Loboc, Bohol

May 23-24

A music and dance festival of folklore and traditions.

Bayombong, Nueva Vizcaya

May 19-24

Commemorates the establishment of civil government in the province.

Month long of May

Thousands of devotees venerate the miraculous sightings of the Virgin of Antipolo image.


Last Sunday of May

A flotilla of decorated boats (bancas). Features the skills of the Pagsanjan boatmen.

May 11-15

Lucban, Quezon Flowers come out in May, but these aren't the only things displayed during this merry month. Down south in the town of Lucban, Quezon, there's also the kiping - a colorful, transparent rice tortilla that serves as an edible ornament of sorts. You will see lots of these at the Pahiyas Festival, an annual celebration held to accompany in a bountiful harvest, and smashing good times.

It's a free-for-all, grab-all-you-can affair with suman-sweet, sticky native rice cakes-as the center of contention. It is also the grand prize, so feel free to join the battle. Rest assured, whether you get handfuls or just a plain mouthful, the Mayohan sa Tayabas will leave you wanting for more - suman, of course!

Sariaya's own version of the San Isidro festival showcases the creativity and ingenuity of the townsfolk in their craft and culinary tradition.