Pandayan Festival - Iloilo Attractions

Pandayan Festival

Last week of June | Badiangan


The Pandayan Festival is a celebration of Badiangan's excellent blacksmithing traditions, which has been one of the main source of livelihood.


The municipality produces several kinds of bolo with specific uses: Binakuko for chopping wood; Sinuwak for carpentry and cutting shrubs and smaller trees; Ginunting having the same function as the sinuwak; Pinuti for slicing meat; (e) Tangkap for kitchen use; (f) Linamay, Surot, and Balintawak are used in gardening; (g) Kayog is used to harvest rice; and (h) Wasay used to chop lumber and bigger trees.


Badiangan's blacksmithing pride is the Bingawan Bolo, known for its durability and craftsmanship.


The Pandayan Festival is highlighted with Igbarasnons performing informative and unique presentations with themes focusing on the town's local industries: the Bingawan Bolo-Making, Badiangan Instant Taho, and Loom Weaving.


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Dinagyang Festival
Ilonggo Lantern Festival
Ilonggo Music Festival
Paraw Regatta
Pintados de Passi
Saad Festival in Leganes
Saug Festival
Tultugan Festival

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American Legacy
Arroyo Fountain
Baluarte Elementary School
Barrio Inasal
Bavaria German Restaurant
Bigby's Cafe
Biscocho House
Bourbon Street Bar and Grill
Breakthrough Restaurant
Buto't Balat
Calle Real
Casitas Resto Bar
Coffee Break
Coffee Plus
David's Tea House
Don Vicente Lopez Mansion
Dulgie's Desserts and Cafe
Emilion Specialty Restaurant
Esca's Garden Restaurant
Hoskyn's Department Store
Iloilo Customs Building
Iloilo Museum
Iloilo Provincial Capitol
Kusina Tsina
La Paz Batchoy
Lizares Mansion
MO2 Resto Bar
Molo Gothic Church
Muelle Loney
Pananderia de Molo
Plaza Libertad
Roberto's Restaurant
San Jose Parish
Sandbar Island
Smallville Complex
Spa Riviera
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The Promenade
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