Colourful in nature and massive in size, the Sinulog Festival is a much awaited event not only for the Cebuanos, but also for tourists from all over the world. It is a festival unlike any other in Southeast Asia, and it only happens once every year—on the third Sunday of every January. Read our close encounter with this unique festival!
Words & Photography: Irvin Hanni
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Words & Photography: Lawrence Alex Wu
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