Christmas in Philippiens
The formal Christmas normally starts on the 16 of December. Most Fillipinos go to Mass nine times before the sun even comes up! The 9 Mass is on a Christmas Day.
The Christmas celebrations continue to the first Sunday on a January, or the Feast of the Three Kings.
They put wreaths out in front of their door and put some tinsle around their house. They also have a Christmas tree and decorate it with all sorts of decorations.
In the Pilippines they have lots of presents. Santa Claus or known as St Nicholas, comes in the night and puts gifts and presents under their Christmas tree. Some Fillipinoes believe that Santa Claus only gives presents to good boys and girls.
In the Philippines they normally gather around and have a big family dinner. They have hot chocolate, roast beef, christmas pudding, a bowl of cheese, ham and roast pig.
They have all sorts of presents. They get something from the shops and give it to someone in their family or a person like a friend. They also make cakes and cupcakes. And they write cards and poems to their friends or family.
Merry Christmas in that languge
The Philippines have eight different lanuages. Here are some ways people say Merry Christmas. They say in the Philippines Maligayang Pasko, Maayong Pasko, Magayagan inkianac and Magmang Pasko.
5 Ways To Say "Merry Christmas" in "Filipino"