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What to Do and Where to Go in Iloilo City? – A Quick Guide For Tourists

Iloilo City is considerably small as far as metrocities in the Philippines are concerned. The city is rich in history and culture which makes it interesting. True indeed, it is where the old and the new converge which makes it quite intruiging to domestic and international visitors.

A video about Iloilo City was uploaded in YouTube. Encapsulated in less than 10 minutes, it should serve as a guide for tourists of the city. The video shows — in a rather straightforward manner — what to do and eat, where to stay at, go to, and what places to visit in the City of Love, Iloilo City.

Watch the video HERE or below. Links to the maps are provided in the description below the via YouTube. Read more

The Best Iloilo Video You Will Ever See

Last month, Iloilo’s renowned team of aerial cinematographers, HeliCam Philippines, released their What’s ⬆︎Up Iloilo Vol.1 video. And it is the best one yet!



Common Ilonggo Quirks and Amusing Characteristics

Let’s talk about regional idiosyncracies as we explore Ilonggos’ quirkiness and understand why they behave the way they do.

This is a short list of observed Ilonggo quirks and their origins. Some would make you proud; some might infuriate you. Read on, and feel free to comment! Read more

Iloilo Projects and Development: Year In Review

These are city developments, achievements, projects, and motions in 2014 that could directly impact Metro Iloilo’s economy in the next coming years.

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Iloilo River Development Project

The Iloilo river, a 15 km long estuarine, is a historical mute witness to living in “La Muy Leal Y Noble Ciudad de Iloilo” (the most loyal and noble city of Iloilo) since the Spanish occupation times.

The river has been a rich fishing ground — natural habitat to diverse species of mangrove and marine life. Over several decades, the Iloilo River has the city’s people to their livelihood, transportation, and many other dimensions of life. Read more