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Transcript of Binirayan Festival
San Jose, Antique
A play is held to celebrate the first Malay settlement at Malandong on the beach of Maybato and Malandong.
Ang binirayan ay isang katutubong salita na nangangahulugang “kung saan dumaong” na tumutukoy sa sinapitan ng mga datu mula sa Borneo. Nagsisimula ang pagdiriwang sa isang pagsasadula sa kalye ng kasaysayan ng pista. Kasunod nito ay ang pagparada ng Biray o bangkang may layag na halintulad sa sinasabing ginamit ng mga datu patungong Panay. Kadalasang tumatagal ng tatlong araw ang pagdiriwang na binubuo ng iba't iba pang aktibidad gaya ng Bugal kan Antique Awards, Lin-ay kang Antique, Pasundayag at marami pang iba. Ang kapistahan ay isang maganda ring pagkakataon upang maipagmalaki ng mga mamamayan ang kanilang sining at kultura.
The Binirayan festival is an event celebrated in the province of Antique in the Philippines. "Binirayan" literally means "where they sailed to"
December 28-30 - San Jose, Antique
A festive commemoration of an episode in the history of the Filipino race through colorful pageants acted on the beaches of Maybato in San Jose and Malandog in Hamtik. Particularly interesting is the drama of the first Malay settlement at malandog which runs for several days and nights. Binirayan is also an occasion of reunion with families, relatives and friends of homecoming Antiqueno expatriates.