The Pamulak sa Kadalanan is a parade of floats showcasing the lush flora of Davao City during the Kadayawan Festival.
Chrysanthemums, different varieties of orchids, and other flora even vegetables and fruits are shaped into eagles, tribal people, fish, huge flowers, fruits and other symbols to bedeck floats. Each petal or bloom and leaf is painstakingly arranged to form the different shapes. There are huge floats the size of 10 x 10 trucks and small ones that are carried by a team of people.
The streets come to life in different colors and shapes of floats with contingents upon contingents of people having fun and joining in the revelry that is the Kadayawan.
The Floral Float Parade on Sunday, August 21, 2011 will pass through R. Magsaysay Avenue, Claveria, Bonifacio, Pelayo and ends at the San Pedro Street.
ABS-CBN Davao's live coverage is from 7-9:15am. Stay updated here on this page to view the pictures of the floats as they pass by.