My First Time In A Perya! (Philippines)

Hello everyone! Today’s post would be an adventure one because I finally had the chance to go to a perya last February. Some of you might wondering, what is a perya? Don’t worry, I’m here to explain it, too!

“Perya” is a nod to the unique place of carnivals in Philippine culture and society. Even with the advent of new media, perya or fair, has not only continued to become a source of entertainment, but also a shared reflection of Filipinos values, hope and even art itself. –Β Google Arts and Culture

In short, a perya is a carnival wherein Filipinos go to spare time and enjoy. It is usually set up during fiestas in barangays and is deeply adored and enjoyed by everybody. It also has rides like roller coaster, horror train house and others that you can see in a high theme park. There are also a lot of mini games like color game, bingo and games wherein you can win huge stuffed toys or something of your choice!

I have always dreamt of going to a perya. We had one in our hometown, but it was gone for now and I have never got to experience it. So yes, last February, in Silang, Cavite, I finally got the chance to experience the joy of being in a perya with my friends. I loved it so much and took a lot of pictures because it was actually so colorful and very aesthetic. I just love this Filipino culture and tradition of ours.

Here are the pictures!

Gosh, the colors!
I was trying to get a picture for my Instagram!

This kid is so happy!

Me and my friend, Mental Catastrophe aka Elli!

Look at me in those photos, it looked like it was really my first time! I had a lot of fun being in the perya and agh, I will always treasure the memories that I had in there! It was so fun and there are a lot of people who came to enjoy, too. <3Β 

I hope you enjoyed and thank you so much for reading this post. I hope that the colors in the pictures made you smile for a bit. πŸ™‚ I also hope you’re having a good day wherever you are and don’t forget to be happy!


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  1. That looks like so much fun!

    1. Thank you so much, Gracie! It really was!! ❀️

  2. No Parking Vendor. That’s nice

    1. Thank you so much for stopping by!! πŸ™‚

  3. Ahh I love the aesthetic, especially the photo with the tickets! Looks like you had a lot of fun!

    1. Thank you so much!!! ❀️ It sure was a lot of fun!! πŸ™‚

  4. Such fun pictures, Jirah! You look so happy in each one. πŸ˜„

    1. Thank you so much, Hunida! <3

  5. Perya is just lit! I’ve been there and there’s just so much going on! πŸ˜‚

    1. That is so true! Anyway I have just visited your blog and YAY, you’re from the Philippines, too! Welcome to the blogosphere! πŸ™‚ I LOVED your photos about the sunset, keep going! πŸ™‚

      1. Woah, thanks! I hope I could be as active like you do. πŸ˜‚ I have so much to learn.

  6. Oooo I learnt something new today!😊 These pictures look beautiful, glad you enjoyed yourself✨

    1. Thank you so much, lovely! <3

  7. This looks so fun! Love the pictures!

    1. Thank you so much!

  8. Your photos are amazing! I haven’t tried going to any perya yet although I’m here in the Philippines. Gonna try this soon❀️️

    1. Thank you so much and you really should! It’s so fun! <3

  9. Awww it looks amazing! I’d love to go to a perya 😊 xx

    1. Aw yeees it would be fun!

  10. Hi! Perya is almost gone in the Philippines nowadays maybe because of the presence of the theme parks that are highly commercialized. Good thing you still found one and looks like you enjoyed it. Perya will always be part of our culture specially during town fiesta.

    1. Hello, thank you so much for reading! Oh yes and it’s so sad, it’s been always a part of our culture and I hope it still gets the attraction it deserves. I live in the province and I’m glad other places here still have it. x

      1. Yes, I agree with you! Thank for the reply!

  11. I miss going to peryas! ❀️

    1. Same po!!! Sobrang saya! ❀️

  12. nice! brings back happy childhood perya memories πŸ™‚

  13. This is something I always love to experience whenever I go back to my home province. I have a great deal of Perya memories way back when i was a little boy. Thank you for sharing this Jirah.

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