Iloilo

Iloilo - The love island of the Philippines

Unlike Boracay, Cebu, El Nido ... Iloilo - the central city of Panay Island, Visayas province in Central of Philippines has not attracted many tourists yet, but it has a beauty that captivates people. Let see if Iloilo has anything worth being called as the "island of love", and come here - before it becomes crowded.

The city is home to many Spanish-colonial churches, grand vintage houses, and old commercial and institutional buildings dating back to its heyday as the “Queen City of the South. Many centuries-old churches and the city’s grandest ancestral houses survived after time challenges such as: Jaro Cathedral, Lizares Mansion, Casa Mariquit, Molo Church, and Bahay Camiña nga Bato. Especially, Baroque Miagao Church a UNESCO world heritage site in 1993 is the destination not to be missed. The church is made entirely from stone and is preserved very carefully.

Heaven SanJoaquin - The paradise of the world is a special place attracting visitors thanks to The Pilgrimaget - truly a paradise located in Garinfarm resort.

Enjoying the airy space at the Wind farm or walking along the Iloilo Esplanade River that will give you a sense of peace and serenity in this gradually urbanized island. These will be the ideal places for you to get great souvenir photograph.

Participating in the Iloilo Dinagyang festival held in January every year - one of the largest religious and cultural festivals in the Philippines, that transforms Iloilo City into one big venue for spectacle and merry making.

 Enjoying a culinary tour: Food is surely the biggest attraction point of Iloilo. Don't miss the fresh seafood and local cuisine of Iloilo, especially its featured dishes like La Paz Batchoy and Pancit Molo.

Iloilo City is a tourist hub where the best restaurants, museums, shopping districts, and nightlife in the province await. Experience the vibrant nightlife of Iloilo City. Famous clubs and bars are located in the Smallville complex. Here are also more chill spots to be found in other areas of the city.

As an island of the Philippine island nation, Iloilo also has many picturesque beaches scattered across the seafood-rich beaches of the Northern of Iloilo, where the Gigantes, Concepcion, Ajuy and Sicogon islands are beckoning. Or find well-preserved marine nature reserve in San Joaquin and peaceful gray sand beaches in Miagao, Guimbal, Tigbauan and Oton in the southern coast of Iloilo.

How to get there – How to go around!!!

- It will take about 1 hour to get Iloilo from Manila airport. Many airlines are always available flights daily.

- The main means in Iloilo are Jeepneys and Tricycle. Attention, many drivers here run very fast, be careful.

Everything is available in Iloilo, from historic places, culinary and cultural centers to unique festivals and beautiful beaches ... All are value experiences. Let your travel treasure be filled with great experiences in this love island.

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