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The Museo ni Jose Rizal Fort Santiago recreates the hero’s actual prison cell. Its “Silid Piitan” gallery contains a life-size wax effigy of Rizal by National Artist for Sculture Guillermo Tolentino.

Mi Ultimo Adios: Retracing Rizal’s final days in Intramuros

ON Oct. 6, 1896, Jose Rizal was seized in Barcelona, Spain, while on his way to Cuba to serve as a military doctor. After...
Usually topped with generous helpings of chicharon and chives, the Ilonggo staple batchoy is highlighted by thick miki noodles and freshly-sliced pork innards, complemented by a rich chicken or pork stock that bursts with savory flavor.

Eat like a local! You can’t leave Iloilo without trying these delectable local delicacies

BLESSED with a rich culinary history and the fertile resources of both its land and sea, Iloilo has grown to become a burgeoning culinary...

Fall in love with Iloilo: Myriad sights to enchant any traveler

IT’S no easy task to take into account how multifaceted Iloilo Province is, much more whittle down a list of just ten or...
In Molo district, facing the famed Sta. Ana Church is the Molo Mansion, formerly the Yusay-Consing Mansion built in the 1920s.

ILOILOSTRADO: The city’s manifold old-world charms

VIBRANT Iloilo has been a cosmopolitan city and multicultural enclave since the turn of the last century, first catapulted into economic dominance after its...
The best things in life are free: Nothing beats just laying down a towel on the sand to witness dusk paint the island’s sky vivid colors of purple and red, the soothing crash of waves lulling you to relaxation.

Boracay: Sunrise to sunset

IN BORACAY no two sunsets are alike, or so locals claim. Since the tropical paradise first became a popular beach destination...
The friendly spirit of Iloilo’s people is best showcased during the festivities and merrymaking of the annual Dinagyang Festival, celebrated on the 4th Sunday of January every year in honor of the Sto. Niño – when smiles abound and camaraderie reigns.

Meet you in Iloilo! 9 reasons why Iloilo is PH’s fastest-rising MICE destination

A CULINARY haven, a vibrant festival destination, a cosmopolitan trading port since the turn of the last century, the heart of the Philippines, and...
An isle of nearly 200,000 strong residents, Guimaras is no stranger to overcoming adversity.

Ode to Guimaras

ILOILO is blessed to have Guimaras Island! Guimaras is a sublime island paradise of white sand shores and striking...
The skeleton of a 43.5-feet Marinduque Sperm Whale suspended from the ceiling at the museum’s entrance.

2019 Museums and Galleries Month (Part 2): Exploring the National Museum of Natural History

Awe-inspiring modern architecture inspired by the human deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA, life-size replicas of Tyrannosaurus rex skulls, Stegodon fossils excavated from the Kalinga province, the...
Benedicto Cabrera’s BenCab Museum is located in Tuba, Benguet – an hour or so from central Baguio City.

Breathtaking Baguio (Part 2): The Philippines’ first ‘creative city’

BAGUIO holds a special place in my heart: I’ve gone on annual pilgrimages of sorts to the chilly city for four years now, and...

Passageways: The Pintô Art Museum

IT MAY already be quite obvious, but the Pintô Art Museum lends its name from the Filipino word for “door” – after all the...

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