Pandan Festival in Luisiana, Laguna was held last April 3-7, 2010. The five-day long festival of the pandan harvest and its items conincides with the Independence Day of Luisiana on April 3. To zest up the Pandan Festival, different exercises are supported by the district, for example, between barangay exercises, parade challenge with road moving, night moving, and excellence pageant. The Pandan Festival features different items and things made of pandan created by Luisiana. With the plenteous pandan tress in Luisiana and with the skilled and aesthetic weavers, boundless kind of items can be made.
Pandan Festival included in Unang Hirit GMA7Luisiana Pandan Festival is beginning to pick up fascination from the neighboring towns and different parts of the Philippines, on account of the passed couple of years that it is being secured and broadcast across the nation through the GMA7's Unang Hirit. Mapandan was once in the past a barrio of Mangaldan. It was before situated in the sloping areas of the south where there used to be a lot of "pandan" a local palm whose leaves will add smell to cooked rice. The leaves additionally are stripped and woven into mats. That is the reason they call it Mapandan. The Pandan Festival exhibited the town's agrarian riches, a festival of its kin's industry and persistence and in addition a remembrance of the town history.