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The Most Colorful Festival in the Philippines.

The houses are adorned with "Kiping" (multi-colored paper-thin rice crisp flakes) when Lucban celebrates the yearly Thanksgiving Festival for a bountiful harvest in honor of the town's patron saint, San Isidro de Labrador.

Food Galore

Lucban is "Pancit Habhab". Served in banana leaf plates, the dry-cooked-in-oil noodles is a hit for the visitors and is eaten without the help of any utensils. That is, eating with bare mouth! Yumm, yumm!

Flower Power

"Everyone smiles as you drift past the flowers,
That grow so incredibly high." - LSD by Lennon/McCartney

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