Christmas philippines essay

If you’re in Manila around Christmas you can enjoy all of the lights and decorations around the city. Or for the more spiritually inclined there are an abundance of masses to attend. Starting on December 16th is the Simbang Gabi (Night Mass) which last for nine days and start as early as 4am. Usually after these masses, Filipinos sit down to a big breakfast and there are also numerous vendors outside churches selling foods such as bibingka (rice flour and egg-based cake, cooked using coal burners on top of and under the pastry), putò bumbóng (a purple, sticky rice delicacy steamed in bamboo tubes, with brown sugar and shredded dried coconut meat served as condiments), salabát (hot ginger tea) and tsokoláte (thick Spanish cocoa).

Christmas philippines essay

christmas philippines essay

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