A glimpse of Sinulog 2013

Sinulog is the grandest of all festivals in Asia. It is happening every third sunday of January (so if you are looking forward for the next sinulog, then try to find your calendar and start counting up to three sundays of January) celebrating the feast of the holy child Jesus in the queen city of the south, Cebu.  Sinulog 2013 drawn more than 4 million spectators and visitors from different places, local or international tourists.  It is a week-long celebration with various activities such as Ms. Cebu, kickoff of band competitions, dance competition, cultural presentations, school presentations, sport activities, sinulog sa kabataan, prayer vigils for the devotees; on Saturday, the fluvial parade and the procession; and finally, on the feast day Sunday, the grand mardigras, with the street parties.. Caution:  You can get wet from beers and get messy from face paints when walking along the streets.  The crowd is in party mode.

What can you see when you visit Sinulog:

The Colorful costumes of the contingients.

Beautiful Smiling Faces

Visiting Celebrities.

Being in the line without getting bored.

Colorful Props and Wonderful Giants

From Formal Street Party

To Crazy Street Party Rockin’

Henna Tattoos

Tribal, Disco, Rock, Reggae Bands everywhere


Celebrate Friendship..

And Of course, experience it with your loved one…

What else in life we could ask for? Just enjoy it and live the most out of it!

If you are planning to party next sinulog, book a hotel as early as now!  You might end up sleeping in the streets… Ciao!

To know more itineraries visit:  The Philippine Travel Itineraries.

3 responses to “A glimpse of Sinulog 2013

  1. There is also an event during the friday before sinulog called lifedance. I swear it is going to be fun. Contact me at 09238738406/09157564393 for inquiries. I’m zaira valmeo by the way.

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