Celebrate Kadayawan Festival 2016 with AirAsia’s Promo Fares and Freebies

Kadayawan Festival 2016 with AirAsia
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Celebrate Kadayawan Festival 2016 with AirAsia

AirAsia is known as the Best Low Cost Carrier in the World and has won this title for eight straight years. This year, they are giving away great promos like concert passes, discount on fares, and other exciting free treats, to participate in this year’s Kadayawan Festival 2016 celebration in Davao City.

Kadayawan Festival 2016 with AirAsia
Kadayawan Festival 2016 with AirAsia

Starting August 10 through August 13, every AirAsia passenger who is flying from Manila going to Davao and availed the 15 kilograms luggage allowance automatically gets a free personalized AirAsia Kadayawan Photobook voucher, which is worth P1,200. For those who purchased a minimum of P400 worth of merchandise onboard during the same allotted period will also receive free festival passes. On the other hand, instant prizes will be won by AirAsia fans and visitors from different booths and parade floats during the festival highlights in Davao on August 20 to 21.

AirAsia flies from Manila to Davao from NAIA Terminal 4, three times a day. Today, they are offering daily flights with an all-in promo fares for as low as P1,728, which is available at www.airasia.com. The promo will be available from today up to August 14, 2016 and the travel period is from August 9, 2016 to March 17, 2017. Promotional airfares are also up for grabs using the AirAsia mobile Application, which you can download from Google Play for Android and Apple App Store for iPhone users, and at mobile.airasia.com.

Held every third week of August, the Kadayawan Festival is celebrated annually as a thanksgiving ritual for having abundant harvest. The name of the festival is derived from the local dialect’s friendly greeting, “Madayaw,” which means “treasured or valuable.”

According to the report available from the Davao Tourism website, the festival’s history is dated back to the thanksgiving rituals that were done by the Davao locals when they meet at Mt. Apo to express their appreciation to a god known as “Manama.” More often than not, their offerings ranges from farm produce, fresh fruits, rice, and green vegetables.

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