The higantes roaming the streets of the Pahiyas
Carabao and Anok - one of the major attractions of the Pahiyas
Parade of beauties and gents in unique costumes
Kiping - the leaf shape wafer made of rice is edible
The crowd at the streets of the Pahiyas.
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The Lucban San Isidro Pahiyas Festival, the Philippines’ most colorful harvest festival will be once again celebrated on May 15, 2021.
This year’s festival falls on a Saturday, could have been grand and merry, but due to Covid 19, we may all celebrate it online, in the comforts of our home or office.

We celebrate the Pahiyas to thank God for the bountiful harvest and honor the patron saint of farmers, San Isidro de Labrador. Let us also be thankful for our good health and the blessings that we received for our family in this time of crisis.

Experience the Colors!

Take selfies of the Pahiyas houses with colorful kiping and farm produce. Watch the grand parade of beauties, higantes, farmers, carabaos, marching bands and floats and join the fun at the fiesta to end all fiestas – the Pahiyas!

Savor the Food!

Try eating Pansit Lucban the “habhab” way. Taste the flavors of Lucban – Lucban langgonisa, kaldereta, tikoy, broas and other delicacies that will let you crave for more!

Shop for Souvenirs Online!

Bring home some memories of the Pahiyas and pasalubong to your friends and family! Shop for native hats and bags, tshirts and caps, plants, food and pasalubong at the Tiyangge.

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Pahiyas Festival 2021 is on May 15, 2021, Saturday.

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