"Simbang Gabi," is a Filipino tradition where people attend 9 dawn masses. Filipinos love attending "Simbang Gabi," to pay respect and to spend time with friends and families. After the mass, you can buy/eat Filipino delicacies outside the church.
“While women in precolonial Philippines were often designated to the venerable position of the babaylan, it was not an uncommon occurrence for them to pick up arms and become warriors.” - Perry Gil S. Mallari, The Filipina as Ritualistic and Warrior
World's best Christmas Celebration is in the PHILIPPINES! The Philippines celebrates the longest Christmas season in the world! We Filipinos are known for starting the Christmas celebration in September and ending in early January(see! when it's BER months..It's Christmas...haha). Schools and work places alike hold Christmas parties with singing, dancing, skits, and games(even if there's halloween before christmas.."Merry Christmas to you...Let's Party! :D..") because we like holidays, we…
Caroling is a part of the Filipino Christmas tradition. Once the Dawn Mass known as "Misa de Gallo" or "Simbang Gabi " starts, carolers will be on their feet singing Christmas carols from house to house.
“Parol” – Colorful Star of Christmas in the Philippines