6 Best Things To Do at the Heart of the Philippines (IloIlo City)

Experience the value of a real vacation. Discover IloIlo, and bring 6 Best Things to do in IloIlo City, a province rich in cultural attractions, home of famous Dinagyang Festival (every 4th weekend of January), stately mansions, majestic century-old churches unspoiled countryside and exotic delicacies.

Savor local hospitality in IloIlo's numerous accommodation facilities and restaurants. They come in various classes depending on the guests taste and budget.

Whether you stay in first class rooms or in a budget ones,, the Ilonggos (people of IloIlo) make sure that your stay is pleasant, memorable and safe. They make sure that your'e well-fed, too.

Take home antiques, handicrafts art pieces and a thousand and one other souvenir items. Some of the finest sinamay and jusi (banana fiber) and piƱa (pineapple fiber) embroidery are found in Iloilo.

Museo IloIlo

Museo IloIlo located along Bonifacio Drive in IloIlo City Proper, Is the first goverment sponsored museum outside Metro Manila. The museum building was designed by Ilonggo architect Sergio Penasales.

Museo IloIlo

Casa Mariquit

The house museum is a 200 year old house where Maria Mariquit Javellana-Lopez lived in Jaro, one of the six districts of IloIlo City. Sorrounded by huge Balete tree, the house formerly owned by Don Julio Javella, one of the richest persons during Spanish era.

Calle Real

This is the royal street, the center of trade, and commerce. The buildings are pre-war buildings that were spared during the war.

Caho Building used to be PECO.

Art deco building

International Hotel

Antonie Greg


Sta. Barbara Church

Other Things To Do

Foods and

City Gallery

I've been to Iloilo City during our  mock tour in tourguiding, sadly to say all my photos in my sd card lose. 

There's a lot of things to do in Iloilo aside from the list given above. Contact your trusted travel and tours to arrange your City Tours in Iloilo.

Meanwhile check Chef Tibong's place for yummy delicious foods. 

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