Tour East Philippines
Operating from both Manila and Cebu centers of operation, Tour East can deliver an extensive range of product and experience based travel programs. With a multi-lingual team of tour guides, it also means that visitors of all nationalities can be cared for with world-renowned Filipino style and gracious hospitality. The Philippines is renowned for pristine beaches and crystal waters, for colorful customs, delicious food, lively entertainment and of course wonderful people – no wonder “It’s more fun in the Philippines”.
Unit 2, 18th Floor
RCBC Savings Bank Corporate Center,
26th & 25th Streets Bonifacio South,
Bonifacio Global City, Taguig City 1634, Philippines
T (63) 2 894 5528
F (63) 2 893 7201
- 2017 – Japan Airways (Top Producer)
- 2017 – All Nippon Airways (Top Producer)
- International Air Transport Association (IATA)
- Philippine Travel Agencies Association (PTAA)
Bank Name: Rizal Commercial Banking Corporation (RCBC)
Address: The Fort Sunlife Business, BGC, Taguig, Philippines.
(USD) Account Number: 9012731464
Swift Code: RCBCPHMM
Welcome to Philippines
Famed for its beautiful islands, pristine beaches, and its warm hospitality. The Philippines truly has lots of amazing destinations and activities to offer. Tour East Philippines will ensure that you will have a wonderful stay.
JAN - Sinulog Festival
Sinulog Festival or Sto. Niño is an annual cultural festival held every third Sunday of January in Cebu City. It is considered to be first of the most popular festivals in the Philippines, with every celebration of the festival that attracts around 1 to 2 million people from all over the Philippines per year.
FEB - Panagbenga Festival
A month-long flower festival held in Baguio City, the country’s summer capital. Join the street dance and have a glimpse of the grand float parade of flowers. The term Panagbenga is of Kankanaey origin, meaning “Season of blooming’’.
MAR - Moriones Festival
Moriones Festival is a folk-religious event usually celebrated during the Lenten Season in the island of Marinduque. The word “Moriones” speaks of the locals who dress up in costumes and mask of Roman soldiers during Biblical times.
APR - Day of Valor/Bataan Day
The Day of Valor or Araw ng Kagitingan held every 9th of April is being celebrated to commemorate the heroism of Filipino fighters during World War II. Thousands of prisoners died during the hike also known as the Bataan Death March due to starvation, dehydration, and diseases before even reaching the camp.
MAY - Pahiyas Festival
The Pahiyas Festival is held every 15th of May is a harvest festival in Lucban, Quezon, south of Luzon. Celebrated in honor of San Isidro Labrador, the patron saint of farmers in the Philippines. The farmers express their thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest with a grand display of colorful rice wafers or ‘’Kiping’’, fruits, vegetables, and handicrafts adorning every house in the town.
JUN - Independence Day
An annual national holiday in the Philippines observed during every 12th of June. Commemorating the Philippine Declaration of Independence from Spain that conquered the country for more than 300 years.
JUL - Sandugo Festival
A month-long celebration held to commemorate the blood compact or “’Sandugo” between Bohol’s chieftain and Spanish conqueror Miguel Lopez de Legazpi in 1565. The Sandugo is an ancient ritual where each party would cut their wrists, pours the blood into the cup, and drink the mixture.
AUG - Kadayawan Festival
Celebrated every August in Davao City. The festival is a celebration of life, a thanksgiving for the gifts of nature, the wealth of culture and the bounties of harvest. The name comes from the greeting “Madayaw”, from the Dabawenyo word “’Dayaw’’ which means good, valuable, superior or beautiful.
SEP - Start of Christmas Season
September in the Philippines is marked as the beginning of countdown for Christmas as the month ends with ‘’Ber’’ which is three months before the actual Christmas day. Generally, Filipinos will start decorating their houses or stores with Christmas ornaments.
OCT - Masskara Festival-Bacolod
The Masskara Festival is a yearly festival held every fourth Sunday of October in Bacolod, Philippines. The word ‘’Masskara’’ is a portmanteau of the word ‘’mass’’ (a multitude of people), and the Spanish word ‘’cara’’ thus forming ‘’Masskara’’ (a multitude of faces).
NOV - Undas Traditon
November 1 and 2 are spent remembering the departed loved ones. Families would gather and visit the cemeteries to light candles and offer flowers and pray for the souls of their deceased family members. The tradition also acts as a reunion for the remaining family members.
DEC - Giant Lantern Festival
The Giant Lantern Festival held in December in the City of San Fernando. The contest is composed of giant lanterns with special production made by every participating barangays or village. The town was also called the Christmas Capital of the Philippines due to the festival’s popularity.
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