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What to do and where to go in Iloilo? Start exploring with 12 of the best things to do and tourist spots in Iloilo.
Iloilo is a province of festivals, widely known in the Philippines and internationally for the Dinagyang Festival. Explore our compilation of major festivals and events in Iloilo grouped by month.

25 Things To Do in Iloilo City

La Paz, Iloilo City
Must Try Signature Dish of Iloilo
Molo, Iloilo City
Iloilo's Feminist Church
Mandurriao & Molo, Iloilo City
Riverside Promenade with Peaceful Views of the City
City Proper, Iloilo City
This is Iloilo's biggest festival, and one of the most popular religious and cultural celebrations in the Philippines. Join the merry-making with Ilonggos and dance to the hypnotic beat of the drums. Hala Bira Iloilo!
Mandurriao, Iloilo City
Premiere Nightlife District & Dining Hub
Jaro, Iloilo City
One of Iloilo City's Grandest Heritage Mansions
The White House of the Lopezes
Sanson y Montinola Antillian House located along E. Lopez St. is one of the most recognizable old heritages houses in Jaro District Location Map of Sanson y Montinola Antillian House [gmap]
The Iloilo Central Market is located in Downtown Iloilo City, bounded by Iznart – Guanco – Aldeguer – Rizal Streets. Its art deco style main entrance / portal is one of the protected  heritage buildings of the Calle Real Heritage Zone. The Iloilo Cent
The Ledesma House (sometimes called “Eagle House”) is an imposing Gothic Renaissance inspired heritage house located at the corner of Rizal and Ortiz Street in Downtown Iloilo City. The house features sculptures of eagles perched on top of its front fe
El Dorado Waterpark at Westown Hotel is the newest addition to the very popular Smallville, Iloilo’s entertainment and dining center. The Waterpark features a beautiful South American inspired swimming pool and a few poolside rooms. It has become a day
Villa Beach is a long gray sand beach in Arevalo (Villa) District located at the Southern Coast of Iloilo City. The area is popular weekend destination in the city for its row of restaurants offering affordable fresh seafoods. During the early 1990s, p
Muelle Loney (pronounced as Mool-ye) refers to Iloilo’s River Wharf and the street at the western side of the river. It is being used today as a port for inter-island vessels such as ferries and “Roll-on Roll-off” (RORO) boats plying the Iloilo to Baco
Lapaz, Iloilo City
Serving Iloilo's Signature Dish
The Jaro Plaza, now called the Graciano Lopez Jaena Park, is the center of activity in Jaro, which is most prosperous among Iloilo City’s 6 districts. Even during the late 1800s, Jaro used to be a city (separate from the city of Iloilo). It was in Jaro
City Proper, Iloilo City
Beautiful View of the Sunset and Guimaras Island
Villa Beach, Iloilo City
A festive race on colorful native sailboats
City Proper, Iloilo City
Heritage Site and Former Iloilo Municipal Hall
Also called as Iloilo’s “Aduana”, the Customs Building in Iloilo was built during the American colonial period. It is the second biggest Customs House after Manila’s. The architecture of the Iloilo Customs house is a copy of the Immigration building in
City Proper, Iloilo City
Stopover for Iloilo History and Culture
La Paz, called Lobo, Llaunon or Ilawood, then Iznart after Gov. Manuel Iznart, was a newly established as a parish in 1868. In 1847, Fr. Candido Gonzales built a temporary church and convento of wood, bricks and tabique pampango. The present church was
The Arroyo Fountain is a prominent landmark located at the heart of the city, in front of the old Iloilo Provincial Capitol (a heritage site once called as “Casa Real”). Not only does it symbolize an opulent history it is also used as a gauge to measur
City Proper, Iloilo City
Birthplace of the Dinagyang Festival
City Proper, Iloilo City
Historic Plaza in Iloilo City's Heritage Core
Jaro, Iloilo City
Most Visited Heritage Church in Iloilo City