Kalag-Kalag Festival is situated in Cebu City, Cebu, Philippines, which revives the Filipino convention of seeing relatives to affectionately recall their left friends and family. In most piece of the nation, it is known as all holy people day held each thirteenth of November. The Kalag-Kalag Festival was the brainchild of Mayor Renato Malabor who likewise commends his birthday on November 2. The generally dismal ideas of caskets and skeletons was transformed into a skillfully arranged introduction that has turned the fairly shocking night of All Souls Day into a thrilling night of festivities.
The celebration is one of a kind for it highlights animals a great many people connect with Halloween. Neighborhood legends stories advised by more seasoned people to terrify the more youthful ones would frequently include animals, for example, phantoms, aswang, and that's just the beginning. In the Kalag-Kalag Festival, these animals go up against an alternate part as they are utilized to engage as opposed to panic the crowd.Kalag-kalag originates from "Kalag" that implies Ghost. It is broadly known and seen in Central Visayas, particularly in Cebu.
Most people may expect a festival to be a pageantry of colorful costumes and festive mood. However, a unique festival is celebrated every evening of November 2, All Souls Day, by the Municipality of Isabela, Negros Occidental, the Kalag-Kalag Festival.