12 Christmas Traditions That Only Filipinos Can Relate To (2022)

Filipino Christmas practices

Every country has its own set of traditions to follow for the Yuletide season, but Filipinos do it best. After all, we celebrate Christmas longer than any other country in the world. With a uniquely lengthy holiday, we’re bound to have more traditions than usual.

With Christmas fast approaching, we’re here to remind you of everything you can expect during an iconic Filipino Christmas season.

1. Starting Christmas in the -ber months

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If you look up “longest Christmas season in the world”, the Philippines will come up as a result. For most, Christmas starts in December. But for Filipinos, Christmas starts the moment it’s September.

There’s no textbook explanation for why we celebrate Christmas so early, but there are theories. Perhaps it’s because of our predominantly Catholic beliefs, but then again, advent only starts in December.

2. Setting up a Belen

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In most countries, nativity scenes – also known as the belen – are only set up in churches or other religious spaces. But in the Philippines, it’s common to find it everywhere. In fact, every Filipino household will have one set up during the festive season.

A complete set is comprised of baby Jesus, Mary, Joseph, the Three Kings, as well as every barn animal you can think of, but many belens exclude the last two since they’re not as essential. Whether it’s made of the original porcelain or recycled materials, you’ll see one in schools, building lobbies, and homes. Some schools and barangays even hold competitions for the best belen, making for some lavish displays.

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3. Adorning buildings and posts with a parol

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Everyone knows about Christmas lights, but the Philippines has the parol, a Christmas ornament unique to us. Traditionally, parols come in the shape of a big circle with a star in the middle, but you can also choose from various designs like stars and flowers. It can also be made from different materials like plastic, wire, wood, or even recyclable materials.

The parol was originally made to hang on lamp posts to guide mass-goers to Simbang Gabi, but now they can be found everywhere like outside houses, in malls, and offices.

4. Attending Simbang Gabi

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Simbang Gabi means “night mass”, which is basically what it is. Filipinos attend mass either late at night or in the wee hours of the morning for all 9 days before Christmas. We try to complete all 9 days, both as a religious practice and because of the belief that attending all 9 masses will grant you a wish.

To go with the season, churches are decorated to add a Christmas flair, and vendors often sell local Christmas goods like bibingka and puto bumbong outside after the mass.

5. Indulging in Christmas food like bibingka and puto bumbong

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Staying up or getting up for Simbang Gabi might make you hangry, but a serving of bibingka and puto bumbong should do the trick and calm you down. These are the two most popular and most loved Christmas treats that Filipinos never miss out on.

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Both are variations of rice cakes – bibingka is baked in clay pots and leaves, while puto bumbong is steamed in bamboo tubes.

6. Caroling from house to house

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For most countries, Christmas caroling means a whole production of good vocals, coordinated outfits, instruments, and well-practiced Christmas tunes. For us, it’s become a humorous affair.

Filipino kids and adults alike go from house to house, starting from early December. Lyric books and Christmas costumes are ditched for recycled instruments and made up lyrics. From the a-brim-bram-brooms to the jinggom bells, caroling is a sure mark that Christmas is coming.

7. Attending Misa de Gallo on Christmas Eve

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Regular Sunday masses follow a routine, but everything is extra special on Christmas. The Christmas mass that most Filipinos attend, Misa de Gallo, differs from regular Sunday mass. It’s a celebration that includes lighting candles, projector displays, and sometimes a re-enactment of the story of how baby Jesus was born

Misa de Gallo is also the first mass after the 9 days of Simbang Gabi. It is believed that if you go to all 9 days of Simbang Gabi, you can make a wish during Misa de Gallo.

8. Waking up for Noche Buena

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Most people eat their Christmas dinner either on Christmas Eve or Christmas night, but Filipinos often wake up at midnight to welcome Christmas day with Noche Buena, a lavish feast of traditional Filipino Christmas dishes like lechon, queso de bola, hamon, spaghetti, and fruit salad.

Most Filipino families are also separated for most of the year, with kids off at college and parents going overseas for work. The mundane act of preparing Noche Buena is also something we look forward to, because it’s a time to prep meals and cook together as a whole family.

9. Manito-Manita

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Exchanging gifts the straightforward way is boring, so we put a Filipino twist on it. Not only do you have to find the perfect present for your manita or manito, you also have to describe them, have everyone guess who it is, and sing the classic I Love My Manita/Manito Yes I Do song before giving your gift.

It sounds like a lot of work, but ‘tis the season of giving, and it’s a joy to see how happy everyone gets from all their gifts.

10. Awaiting Aguinaldo or Pamasko

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This is for the kids who are on the lookout for their ninangs and ninongs all season long. Gifts are fun to unwrap, but receiving a red envelope is just as exciting. Gifted by godparents to their godchildren, the money in these ang pao often go to savings, or a nice treat for yourself for the Christmas season. Whether you receive P20s, or the big blue ones, we should never forget to be grateful.

11. Waking up for Media Noche

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Christmas doesn’t end on the 25th for us Filipinos. While most welcome the new year by partying it up with friends, our family-centric culture observes one more lavish feast – Media Noche. The table is usually adorned with food formed into round shapes and an assortment of 12 round fruits, since circles are believed to bring in good fortune.

Aside from that, there’s also the belief that loud sounds will keep the bad spirits from entering the new year, so we make as much noise as possible when the clock strikes midnight – be it with car alarms, instruments, a torotot, or sparklers and firecrackers.

12. Ending Christmas in January with the Feast of the Three Kings

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Even our priests say Christmas isn’t over until January. The Feast of the Three Kings, or the Epiphany, is the celebration of the day the Three Kings reached Jesus’ manger. It’s also considered the last day of our lengthy Christmas season. Epiphany occurs on the first Sunday of January, which means Christmas continues until well into the new year.

Christmas traditions in the Philippines

Our Christmas may not involve making snow angels or being bundled up in thick coats and scarves, but that doesn’t mean we don’t know how to have a good time. Though the Yuletide is well-known for its snowy and winter celebrations, our sunny, tropical country and our Christmas traditions makes the holiday season warm and bright.

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FAQs

What are Filipino Christmas traditions? ›

While most people eat their Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve or Christmas night, Filipinos frequently rise at midnight to celebrate Noche Buena, a lavish feast of traditional Filipino Christmas dishes such as lechon, queso de bola, hamon, spaghetti, and fruit salad as part of the regular household Christmas traditions ...

What makes Christmas in the Philippines unique? ›

Filipinos welcome the season uniquely with different flavors and traditions that make Christmas extra special. The midnight mass or Simbang Gabi or Misa de Gallo is one of the practices most commonly observed during the season. Most people believe that a wish may be granted to those that will complete all nine masses.

What makes the Filipino Christmas different from the rest of the world? ›

Some even start their gift shopping as early as September. Unlike Christmas in most Western countries, the Filipino Christmas is more centered on Jesus than on Santa Claus. In fact, they have Misa de Gallo, a nine day-long series of masses that commence on Christmas eve.

What are some traditions related to Christmas? ›

Here is a list of five of the most classic Christmas traditions...
  • The Nativity. You've sung the carols, you've written the cards... but have you recalled The Christmas Story. ...
  • An afternoon decorating the tree. ...
  • Leaving Santa milk and cookies. ...
  • Drinking eggnog. ...
  • Kissing under the mistletoe.
25 Nov 2021

What are the examples of Filipino traditions? ›

10 Filipino Traditions We Hardly Perform Anymore
  • Tabitabi Po. ...
  • Paaso. ...
  • Bayanihan. ...
  • Harana. ...
  • Paninilbihan. ...
  • Sukob. ...
  • 6 O'Clock Limit. ...
  • Chicken Blood On Your Birthday.
14 Jul 2016

What is traditional Filipino Christmas food? ›

1. Lechon. Lechon is one of the most popular dishes in the Philippines and is traditionally served for festivities and celebrations. It is a slowly roasted pig, often stuffed with other ingredients like lemongrass, garlic, spring onions, chilies, ginger, peppers, or pineapples and served with a dipping sauce.

Why Filipinos have the longest Christmas celebration? ›

Philippines: The longest Christmas celebrations in the world. The Philippines is said to celebrate Christmas for the longest duration in the world, a result of the country's history, religion and proclivity to party.

Why do Filipinos celebrate Christmas so early? ›

“The most simple explanation for the Philippines' long Christmas season is our psychological framework to count down the days to big celebrations,” said Bro. Sorita. “100 days until Christmas start on September 16th but we, Filipinos, we always like to start celebrating earlier.”

How long do Filipino celebrate Christmas? ›

Called the “Ber Months”, Filipinos get their Christmas spirits on at the start of September, and the celebrations run till the first Sunday of January when they celebrate the Feast of the Three Kings and end the celebrations.

What are some facts about Christmas in the Philippines? ›

The Christmas celebrations continue to the First Sunday in January when Epiphany or the Feast of the Three Kings is celebrated. In the Philippines the early masses held before Christmas are called the 'Misa de Gallo' or 'Simbang Gabi' in Filipino. Most Filipinos are Christians with about 80% of people being Catholics.

What is the 10 famous festival in the Philippines? ›

Kadayawan Festival – The fiesta in the Philippines celebrated in Davao City. MassKara Festival – The Philippine festival of many faces held in Bacolod. Tuna Festival – One of the fun fish festivals in the Philippines. Higantes Festival – Where you can see giant paper mache do the festival dance.

What are 5 examples of traditions? ›

Whether you're looking for inspiration for new traditions or trying to understand what old ones may look like, this list can help.
  • Swim on the first day of spring. ...
  • Make homemade gifts for Christmas, Hanukkah (or birthdays) ...
  • Go hiking in the same place or at the same time. ...
  • Have a movie night. ...
  • Visit the same restaurant.
17 Dec 2021

What are Christmas traditions in USA? ›

Beloved Christmas Traditions in America
  • Counting Down the Days Till Christmas (Advent Calendar)
  • Setting Up the Christmas Tree.
  • Christmas stocking.
  • Home Decorating.
  • Leaving Cookies for Santa Claus.
  • Watching Christmas Movies.
  • Attending a Christmas Parade.
  • Opening Up a Gift on Christmas Eve.
31 May 2022

What is the famous tradition of Filipino culture? ›

Bayanihan Filipino culture – Among the most popular Filipino customs and traditions that are still practiced to this day. Harana – This was one of the most popular things about Filipino culture. Harana is when a guy serenades the girl he's courting.

What is Filipino culture and tradition? ›

The culture of the Philippines comprises a blend of traditional Filipino and Spanish Catholic traditions, with influences from America and other parts of Asia. The Filipinos are family oriented and often religious with an appreciation for art, fashion, music and food.

What are the 10 Filipino values? ›

Top Filipino traits and values
  • The family. Filipinos are known to have strong family ties. ...
  • Humor and positivity. Optimism, humor, and positivity are valued traits in the Philippines. ...
  • Flexibility and adaptability. ...
  • Faith and religion. ...
  • Filipino hospitality. ...
  • Respect for the elderly. ...
  • Industrious attitude. ...
  • Generosity.
11 Apr 2022

What do Filipinos prepare for Christmas? ›

Noche Buena

In the Philippines, we celebrate right after the Christmas Midnight Mass. Noche Buena is a meal that Filipino families share during Christmas eve. It is when families decide to prepare their favorites like Lechon, spaghetti, Morcon, bacon, Queso De Bola, and fruit salad.

What do Filipinos eat for Noche Buena? ›

The Wonderful Dishes of Noche Buena
  • Pinoy Spaghetti. The famous routine dish that is found in almost every Filipino celebration. ...
  • Christmas Ham with Pineapple Glaze. This dish brings out the regal essence in one's festive occasion. ...
  • Bibingka and Puto Bumbong. ...
  • Quezo De Bola. ...
  • Hot Chocolate. ...
  • Barbecue. ...
  • Lumpiang Ubod. ...
  • Macaroni Salad.

What is Noche Buena in the Philippines? ›

Spanish for “good night,” Noche Buena is the Filipino Christmas Eve feast that begins at midnight and lasts far into Christmas morning.

What is the best symbol of a Filipino Christmas? ›

One of the most iconic symbol of Filipino Christmas spirit, is the Christmas lantern or locally known as “paról”. The star-shaped lanterns are displayed hanging outside the house, along the busy streets of the cities and even in provincial towns and small villages.

When did Christmas start in the Philippines? ›

In the Philippines, the Christmas season begins on September 1, which marks the start of the so-called 'BER months'. The day marks a point where television and radio stations begin playing Christmas carols and hold countdowns.

What is interesting about Filipino culture? ›

Filipino culture is very family-oriented, and has made people have relaxed attitudes. Although they may not enjoy the extent of material wealth that many western countries have, in many ways they are richer through their tightly knit social and family structures.

Who celebrates the 12 days of Christmas? ›

Christians who celebrate the Twelve Days may give gifts on each of them, with each of the Twelve Days representing a wish for a corresponding month of the new year. They may feast on traditional foods and otherwise celebrate the entire time through the morning of the Solemnity of Epiphany.

What country has longest Christmas? ›

The question is, how did the Philippines create the longest Christmas tradition in the first place? The first clue may be easier to spot than you think. The Christmas season is also lovingly referred to as the “Ber” months by many Filipinos, precisely because it lasts from Septem-ber to Decem-ber.

Which country celebrates Christmas the most? ›

20 Popular Places to Celebrate Christmas in the World
  • Bethlehem, West Bank. ...
  • New York City, USA. ...
  • Lapland, Finland. ...
  • The Vatican, Italy. ...
  • Bondi Beach, Australia. ...
  • Munich, Germany. ...
  • Amsterdam, Netherlands. ...
  • Dublin, Ireland.
27 Aug 2021

Is Dec 24 holiday in the Philippines? ›

MANILA, Philippines — All Souls' Day (Nov. 2), Christmas Eve (Dec. 24), and New Year's Eve (Dec.

Is there Christmas in the Philippines? ›

The Christmas celebration in the Philippines is the longest Christmas seasons in the world, starting as early as September and running into January.

What is four month Christmas in the Philippines? ›

In the Philippines, Christmas is celebrated throughout the 'ber' months, i.e September, October, November and December. In fact, the festivities go on till the first week of January. The primary reason behind the four-month festivity is the most obvious one -- Filipinos like to celebrate.

What is a Filipino parol? ›

A parol is a traditional Filipino, star-shaped Christmas lantern that represents the star the three wise men followed. The holiday decoration is ubiquitous at Christmas time in the Philippines and is found for sale in markets and shops.

Where is the best place to spend Christmas in Philippines? ›

San Fernando, Pampanga

First on the list is San Fernando, Pampanga, the Christmas Capital of the Philippines. This is where people from different parts of the country flock to get a sight of the best parol (Christmas lanterns) and of course, to witness the Giant Lantern Festival also known as Ligligan Parul.

Why are Filipino beliefs and traditions important? ›

Culture plays an important role in one's life. Not just by the fact that it drives and lead the people to their way of life but it is also the key to one's identity. But having the notion that we are driven by our culture makes us separated from one another.

What makes the Philippines unique from other countries? ›

The country boasts of rich natural beauty in its many spectacular beaches, sunny weather and rich bio-diversity. More than that, the Philippines' unique and complex culture, as exemplified by its people, cuisine and lifestyle, attracts many people to visit the country.

What are 5 interesting facts about the Philippines? ›

Interesting Facts about the Philippines
  • It's home to the world's longest underground river. ...
  • There are 175+ languages in the country. ...
  • It boasts three of the world's largest shopping malls. ...
  • An island with more volcanoes than towns. ...
  • It's the home of Asia's first Basketball League.
29 Mar 2021

What is the most important festival in the Philippines? ›

Aliwan Festival

The Aliwan Festival in Pasay City of Metro Manila, is by far one of the most popular festivals in the Philippines. Due to its popularity among Filipinos and international travelers, it is called the “Mother of all Festivals."

What is the biggest festival in the Philippines? ›

8 Biggest Festivals in the Philippines
  • Ati-atihan Festival (January 9 to 15 – Kalibo, Aklan) ...
  • Sinulog Festival (January 15 – Cebu City) ...
  • Dinagyang Festival (January 24 – Iloilo City) ...
  • Pahiyas Festival (May 11-15 – Lucban, Quezon) ...
  • Parada ng Lechon (June 24 – Balayan, Batangas)
27 Jan 2017

What are 10 examples of culture? ›

The following are illustrative examples of traditional culture.
  • Norms. Norms are informal, unwritten rules that govern social behaviors. ...
  • Languages. ...
  • Festivals. ...
  • Rituals & Ceremony. ...
  • Holidays. ...
  • Pastimes. ...
  • Food. ...
  • Architecture.
10 May 2018

What are the 3 types of traditions? ›

In order to reap the rewards, says Cox, try creating these three types of traditions:
  • Daily Connection Traditions. Daily Connection Traditions are the small things you do every day to re-enforce family identity and values. ...
  • Weekly Connection Traditions. ...
  • Life Changes Traditions.
15 Oct 2014

What is the weirdest Christmas tradition? ›

Spider webs, Ukraine

The legend of the Christmas spider explains that a poor widow and her kids cultivated a Christmas tree from a pine cone but couldn't afford any decorations… then, on Chrissy morning, they woke up to see their tree blanketed in cobwebs, which sunlight then transformed into gold and silver.

What is the most unique Christmas tradition from around the world? ›

Perhaps one of the most unorthodox Christmas Eve traditions can be found in Norway, where people hide their brooms. It's a tradition that dates back centuries to when people believed that witches and evil spirits came out on Christmas Eve looking for brooms to ride on.

Is Christmas a culture or tradition? ›

Christmas is celebrated on December 25 and is both a sacred religious holiday and a worldwide cultural and commercial phenomenon. For two millennia, people around the world have been observing it with traditions and practices that are both religious and secular in nature.

What are Filipino Christmas traditions? ›

While most people eat their Christmas dinner on Christmas Eve or Christmas night, Filipinos frequently rise at midnight to celebrate Noche Buena, a lavish feast of traditional Filipino Christmas dishes such as lechon, queso de bola, hamon, spaghetti, and fruit salad as part of the regular household Christmas traditions ...

What are China's Christmas traditions? ›

It's tradition to eat an apple on Christmas Eve

One of the most common Chinese Christmas traditions among young people is to send cellophane-wrapped apples as gifts to their friends. The apples are also often sold with printed messages like 'love', 'peace' and 'Merry Christmas'.

Do Filipinos have a Santa Claus? ›

So people in the Philippines have Santa Claus (or 'Santa Klaus'), Christmas trees, Christmas cards and Christmas carols from western countries! They also have their own Christmas traditions such as the 'parol' which is a bamboo pole or frame with a lighted star lantern on it.

How long do Filipino celebrate Christmas? ›

In the Philippines, Christmas is a multi-month affair, lasting the duration of the “Ber” months from September to January.

What is the origin of Christmas in the Philippines? ›

A History of Christmas in the Philippines

The Philippines have such deep Catholic influences from the Spanish occupation during 1521 to 1898 that, to this day, the Philippines hold the longest celebration of the Christmas season. People begin greeting each other with Merry Christmas on September 1!

What is a Filipino parol? ›

A parol is a traditional Filipino, star-shaped Christmas lantern that represents the star the three wise men followed. The holiday decoration is ubiquitous at Christmas time in the Philippines and is found for sale in markets and shops.

What is the best symbol of a Filipino Christmas? ›

One of the most iconic symbol of Filipino Christmas spirit, is the Christmas lantern or locally known as “paról”. The star-shaped lanterns are displayed hanging outside the house, along the busy streets of the cities and even in provincial towns and small villages.

Why do Filipinos celebrate Christmas so early? ›

“The most simple explanation for the Philippines' long Christmas season is our psychological framework to count down the days to big celebrations,” said Bro. Sorita. “100 days until Christmas start on September 16th but we, Filipinos, we always like to start celebrating earlier.”

Why do Filipinos have the longest Christmas? ›

A nation of faith. Religion is the foundation of the Philippines' long festive period, said Blancaflor, adding that “the country is celebrating [its] 500th year of Christianity” this year. Some 92% of people in the Philippines are Christian, according to the Stanford School of Medicine.

What country has longest Christmas? ›

The question is, how did the Philippines create the longest Christmas tradition in the first place? The first clue may be easier to spot than you think. The Christmas season is also lovingly referred to as the “Ber” months by many Filipinos, precisely because it lasts from Septem-ber to Decem-ber.

What is the 10 famous festival in the Philippines? ›

Kadayawan Festival – The fiesta in the Philippines celebrated in Davao City. MassKara Festival – The Philippine festival of many faces held in Bacolod. Tuna Festival – One of the fun fish festivals in the Philippines. Higantes Festival – Where you can see giant paper mache do the festival dance.

When was the first Christmas in Philippines? ›

The legend of the “first” Filipino Christmas

The year was 1324 A.D. and Fr. Odorico of Pordenone, a Franciscan friar-slash-missionary explorer, had found himself on the shores of a yet to be conquered land. Due to stormy weather, Fr. Odorico and his companions were forced to take refuge on the shores of Bolinao.

What is interesting about Filipino culture? ›

Filipino culture is very family-oriented, and has made people have relaxed attitudes. Although they may not enjoy the extent of material wealth that many western countries have, in many ways they are richer through their tightly knit social and family structures.

Who introduced Christmas in the Philippines? ›

Christianity, a very important part of Filipino culture, was brought to the Philippines by the Spanish colonizers in the 1500's. The Philippines is the only Asian country where Christians predominate; the majority of its people are Roman Catholic. Christmas, therefore, is an extremely important holiday in Philippines.

How do Filipinos make Christmas Stars? ›

How To Make A Traditional Filipino Parol - YouTube

What is the Christmas capital of the Philippines? ›

And it is because of the Parul Sampernandu that San Fernando has earned for itself the title of “Christmas Capital of the Philippines.” The San Fernando lantern industry progressed from the Giant Lantern Festival of San Fernando.

What is Christmas lantern symbolize? ›

The ornamental lantern symbolizes the star of Bethlehem, and is hung outside or from windows. Pragmatically, the parol lit the way to church during the Christmas season for the early dawn masses, Simbang Gabi, leading up to the midnight mass on Christmas Eve, also called Misa de Gallo.

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