Mabuhay!The famous Filipino greeting which literally means “Long Live!” Thus, we sincerely extend this traditional word of welcome to all our foreign and Filipino tourists. We Pagsanjaños are know the world over for our unmatched hospitality andour warm, affectionate smiles.
It is with pride and pleasure that we present to you the first tourist guide to Pagsanjan, the world-renowned little town in the province of Laguna, Philippines. Through this highly informative tool, one will discover the unique landscape which make up Pagsanjan.
MAYOR GIRLIE “MAITA” EJERCITO
HOW TO GET TO PAGSANJAN
PAGSANJAN BANGKERO FESTIVAL
The “Pagsanjan Bangkero Festival” is held every first week of March.
The Tagalog term bangkero pertains to the people whose job is to provide transportation over sea or river through a bangka (boat). Welcoming summer, every first week of March, Pagsanjan, Laguna celebrates is Pagsanjan Bangkero Festival and fast becoming popular through its lined-up exciting events on both land and water such as the Palarong Bangkero, street dancing contest for students from different schools dressed in colorful costumes swaying to the upbeat music, drum and lyre band competition, choralefest cultural night, trade fair, sports events, and many more.