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Immerse yourself in the traditions of Filipino culture during this 3-hour folk dance performance with dinner in Manila. Dig into a delicious meal of Filipino specialties typical of a 'barrio fiesta' (community celebration) before enjoying a series of mesmerizing dance performances by dancers decked out in authentic native costumes. Once you've gotten into the groove, feel free to join in for some dancing of your own at the end of the evening. This dinner and dance performance also includes round-trip transport to your hotel, buffet dinner and entrance fees.
  • Dinner and folk dance performance in Manila
  • Celebrate Filipino culture and heritage through dance and musical entertainment
  • Dine on a delicious spread of exotic Filipino dishes
  • Dance the night away with the new folk dances you just witnessed!
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off included
Feel the rhythm of the Philippines as you enjoy a performance of authentic folk dances from around the country, accompanied by a delicious buffet dinner of Filipino specialties. If you're looking for a way to get a taste of the authentic culture of the Philippines, this evening dance performance is sure to offer an experience to remember.
Begin your evening with pickup from your Manila hotel, arriving at the venue at either 6pm or 7:30pm (depending on the day of the week). Please note that hotel pickups begin 30-60 minutes before this time. Your exact timing will be confirmed at purchase. Head to the venue where you'll experience the wonderful hospitality typical of Filipino culture, starting with a dinner buffet of delicacies served at barrio fiestas (community celebrations). Try some sinigang (stew with tamarind), sample some adobo (meat or fish seasoned with soy and garlic), or enjoy some sisig a spicy minced meat dish with sauteéd onions.
Still full from your tasty dinner, get settled for an incredible peformance of folk dances from around the Philippines, including the well-known singkil, the mesmerizing tinikling and the amazing pandanggo sa ilaw, each of which is performed by a troupe of elegantly-costumed men and women. The various dances are meant to represent the various cultures of the country, covering both the Spanish-influenced movements of the northern mountain tribes and the animated tribal movements of the Muslim south.
Finish your evening with a chance to show off your own moves on the dance floor before receiving a drop-off back at your hotel.


Viator Traveler's Reviews

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, Jul 2018

We all enjoyed this tour. The tourist guide and driver are very professional and on time. There are quite a selection of food but they’re not very tasty. I think there was a sign that we will have to pay extra for the leftovers on our plate and I tried to diligently finish it even though I didn’t like it.

, Jul 2018

There was a good selection of food at the buffet. The cultural dance was done well and the dancers were well rehearsed. The music was performed on traditional instruments, which was a different type of sound but was found to be interesting. Highly recommend for visitors that are not familiar with Filipino culture to attend.

, Mar 2018

For many years I havent seen the area. I recollect the days I was in college regarding history of Philippines. I was so proud to take my daughter and Fiance around the country. I love it.

, Dec 2017

The dinner and show was excellent. My kids and niece enjoyed learning more about their heritage. Carmen our tour guide and Ariel our driver were very hospitable as well. Carmen gave an overview of the places we passed and the history. She was awesome. Thank you very much.

, Nov 2017

The dances and costumes superbly demonstrated the diversity of Filipino culture. Truly very nice! We liked the bamboo dances the best for the rhythms and complexity. The audience/diners that night were all on our feet applauding most of the routines. And the musicians? They were fantastic! Not only were they superior on their stringed instruments, but when they moved to the native and innovative! percussion instruments, we were blown away. The dinner buffet, though offering fewer selections that other larger restaurants', was nevertheless delicious and sufficient for our palates. The porchetta with the crispiest skin ever was exceptional!

, Oct 2017

Wonderful dinner and show. A must In Manila. You get a guide and transportation, so theres no need to worry about anything.

, Jan 2017

The experience of seeing this show, meals served, location, pick up and drop off combined with knowledge of Manila from our host was just brilliant. We really enjoyed our night out and pricing was good value.
Thanks to all concerned
Paul Shields

, Nov 2016

Dinner was not great but show was entertaining. Traffic was real bad on a Friday night while trying to get from one end of Manila to the other. Lots of patience needed!! :

, Oct 2016

The evening began with delicious food in a spanish style resturant, Barbaras. The atmosphere was delightful and the food delicious. Every need was met with our waiters. Then the show began and we enjoyed a variety of performances from the spanish period to classical Philippines with almost Balanese type costuming, to gamalan and bamboo pole dancing. Initially we began with flamenco guitars and cello. Loved this evening totally. Lots of tourists there but it did not matter. Went out into the courtyard and took some beautiful photos.

, Oct 2016

Don't book this tour. Go to the Barbara restaurant at 6-7pm yourself. It will be 1/4 the price and the EXACT SAME dinner/activities.

The food is way too salty, but the performance was good!

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