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Traditions and Practices
Burial
Characteristics of People in CALABARZON
SOCIALIZATION
Festivals/Fiestas
Thank you!
CALABARZON tourism
Region 4A: CALABARZON
Social Groups
Tagalog
Marriage
Food Preparation
Other Practices
- They place their dead relatives in a hollow tree.
- They prefer their food natural and healthy
- Cavitenos specializes in seafood
- They all like eating on banana leaves.
- They put a veil on the bride that connects to the groom
- The groom gives unity coins or
"Arrahe"
to the bride
- Infants (family member or not) that attended in the funeral are passed over before his/her burial.
- They have a engagement-like practice called "
Pamamanhikan"
- Festivals
• Parada ng Lechon, Balayan
• Walistik Festival, Lipa City
Higantes Festival, Angono
Regada Festival, Cavite
Kalayaan Festival, Cavite
Maytinis, Kawit
Tahong Festival, Bacoor
Hamaka Festival, Taytay
- In Rizal, they have a dance called
"PANGANGA"
Cavitenos
- Courageous
- God fearing
- Hospitable and generous
- They speak in Chavacano
Batangenos
- Faithful
- Brave and fearless
Rizal
- Family centered
- Respectful
- "
Bayanihan"
- They like using coconuts to their dishes
Mabuanog Festival, Mauban
Pahiyas Festival, Lucban
Quezon
- Artistic
- Superstitious
- Resourceful
They often socialize by talking to their peers early in their childhood.

Caviteño
Batangueño
Agta
- It is the biggest ethnic groups in the Philippines
- They speak a dialect called
"Chavacano"
- They have a conversational trademark call the
"Ala eh"
- They are described to be short dark-skinned, kinky-haired, thick-lipped, and small-nosed
- It is a branch of the ethnic group
"Negritos"
- They are married at least at the age of 14 as long as it has the approval of the parents
- Their traditional houses are only built in bamboo, wood, talahib (cogon), coconut leaves, and abaca bark
• Semana Santa – They still practice the traditional “pabasa”, visita iglesia, and “penitencia”
Laguna
- Empathetic
- Helpful and understaning
- "Nakikipagkapwa-tao"
Calabarzon (/ká-lɑ-bɑr-zon/), formally known as Southern Tagalog Mainland[2] and designated as Region IV-A, is an administrative region in the Philippines. The region comprises five provinces: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon; whose names form the acronym CALABARZON. Its regional center is Calamba in Laguna.

Situated just south of Metro Manila in southwestern Luzon, the region is the most populated in the Philippines, having 12,609,803 inhabitants in 2010,[3] and is also the country's second most densely populated. Prior to its creation as a region, Calabarzon, together with Mimaropa, formed the historical region known as Southern Tagalog, until they were separated in 2002 by virtue of Executive Order No. 103.
CAVITE
Tagaytay Ridge is a highland area in Tagaytay where Palance in the Sky (now called as People’s Park in the Sky) is located. It is a rest house of a former Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos
Taal Volcano is an astonishing volcano located in Cavite. Although it is quite small, actually the smallest active volcano in the Philippines, it is really a beautiful volcano. It situated within a lake (Taal Lake) and within Taal Volcano lies the Taal Crater Lake.
Imus Cathedral is one of the historical churches in the Philippines. The ceiling, structure and precious relics are proof of its historic significance. Cathedral of Our Lady of Pillar popularly called as Imus Cathedral is a perfect spot in Cavite especially when it is October 12.
Museo de La Salle holds most of the historical artifacts of Cavite. It is located inside De La Salle University in Dasmareñas, Cavite. The museum was inspired by Bahay na Bato, a two-story building with a stone, mortar, brick and wooden structure.
General Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine is the home of the first president in the Philippines. This is where the First Filipino Flag was waved marked the Independence of Filipinos from the rule of Spain on June 12, 1898. This is a 1, 325 square meters mansion of General Emilio Aguinaldo which he himself donated to the government “to perpetuate the spirit of the Philippine Revolution of 1896 that put an end to Spanish colonization of the country.”
LAGUNA
Lake Caliraya in Laguna is a man-made lake situated in three towns - Lumban, Cavinti and Kalayaan. The cool mountain breeze of the Sierra Madre mountain and the deep waters of the lake combine to make Caliraya an excellent place for various water activities such as boating, jetskiing, water skiing, and windsurfing.
The Jose Rizal Shrine in Calamba, Laguna, the birthplace of the Philippines' national hero, is one of the most frequented historical and tourist sites in Laguna.
Splash Island in Biñan, Laguna is the largest water park in the Philippines. It has large water slides and rides for everybody's fun and amusement.
Mount Makiling in Laguna is a legendary mountain named after its mystical dweller and protector - Maria Makiling. In fact, Mount Makiling is an inactive volcano. The mountain is ideal for hiking, camping, trekking, mountain biking, and bird watching.
The Nagcarlan Undergroun Cemetery in Laguna is a burial site located inside, or more accurately, beneath a church. It is the only one of its kind in the Philippines. The cemetery is considered a national historical landmark because its underground crypt was used as a secret meeting place in 1896 by Filipino revolutionaries or Katipuneros.
BATANGAS
Mount Macolod is a mountain located in the town of Cuenca in Batangas province, in the Philippines. This mountain is popular among mountain climbers and campers; it is the major tourist attraction of the municipality
The Mabini Shrine was the home of Apolinario Mabini, prime minister of the First Philippine Republic. The house was originally located in Tanauan Batangas, relocated twice before finding its permanent location in the campus of the Polytechnic University of the Philippines in 2008.
RIZAL
Aside from the more famous Hinulugang Taktak, Rizal also has another two beautiful waterfalls- Daranak Falls and Batlag Falls of Tanay. Daranak is owned by the provincial government of Rizal
For mountaineers or just fans of beautiful rock formations, one is stunned by the numerous colossal rock formations of Mount Masungi covering hundreds of hectares.
Batlag falls is one of the most famous falls in rizal. During the rainy season, these falls gush ebullient cascades of water which is made quite mesmerizing .
QUEZON
Lucban church is where Pahiyas originated. It started when locals begin to offer a portion of their harvest to the parish church as their thanksgiving to St. Isidro Labrador.
Tayabas church has the longest aisle in the country- that’s because of the continues repair of the church.
Quezon is formerly called “Kaliraya” (remember the famous Caliraya Lake?) then the capital was transfered to the town of Tayabas, where the province gots its name; it was renamed again to Quezon after the WWII in honor of Pres. Manuel L. Quezon, who is from Baler,
Take a dip in the natural warm waters of Mainit Hot Spring in Brgy. Silangang, Palale in Tayabas, Quezon. You can sit back, relax and let the the warm water from the bukal soothe your muscles.
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