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Ted’s Old Timer La Paz Batchoy has just opened its first stand alone cafe-type store along Diversion Road, beside Uncle Tom’s / Piazza. It is so far the biggest and most stylish branch of Iloilo’s favorite home-grown food chain. Aside from the usual me
To commemorate its 108th anniversary, the Iloilo Provincial Government in cooperation with the Province of Guimaras will be holding a two week celebration filled with various events from March 28 to April 11, 2010. Dubbed as “Semana sang Iloilo kag Gui
Bauhinia, a popular restaurant serving innovative Filipino fusion cuisine in Smallville, has just launched their new menu to delight new clienteles and patrons. Expore Iloilo together with other Iloilo Bloggers and personalities in traditional media we
Get ready this March 13-21, 2010 as the City of Passi, Iloilo celebrates the Pintados de Pasi Festival 2010 to commemorate its 12 Foundation Anniversary. The highlight of the week long event is the tribe competition where several passinhon tribes will
It was yet another successful celebration of the Chinese New Year in Iloilo. Thousands gathered in the city to celebrate the Chinese New Year and welcome the year of the metal tiger. During the highlights, the Iloilo Chinese New Year 2010 featured a gr
Welcome the year of the metal tiger in Iloilo City this February 8 to 14, 2010 in the biggest Chinese New Year celebration in the Country. The Filipino-Chinese community is already gearing up to promote the Chinese culture and traditions thru food, son
The Salakayan festival of Miagao is held every first week of February. Salakayan, coined from a Hiligaynon term “salakay” or to “attack” is a week long celebration that merges merry making and the arts, lore and customs of the town. The highlight of th
Even before the coming of the Spaniards, Iloilo played an important role as a major trading post in the Visayas. Chinese merchants would sail to Iloilo to trade and in effect, building flourishing relationship with the natives. Today, Iloilo holds the
The first months of the year is a very festive season in Iloilo with major fiestas and festivals livening up the new year and it doesn’t end with the Dinagyang Festival. In February, there are still at least three grand celebrations coming up that is s
A week before the Iloilo’s Dinagyang Festival, another famous festival called the “Ati-atihan Festival” in Kalibo, Aklan is also being held. The Ati-atihan 2010, on its 798th year, is thought to be the mother of all Philippine Festivals. The Ati-atihan

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