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Tampisaw, a Hiligaynon term that means “to frolic” or “playfully wade in the water” is Concepcion’s way of Celebrating Earth Day. The festival is held in Pan de Azucar Island on the fourth week of April. Known for having the most beautiful seascape in
The town of Concepcion is blessed with one of the most scenic seascapes in the whole Province of Iloilo. Forming a safe natural harbor for Concepcion Bay are 16 islands connected by azure waters and rich marine life. The islands of Concepcion are highl
The Moroboro irrigation dam was constructed in 1955. It serves two main channels in which diversion of water from the Jala-ur River is controlled in the central part by thirteen gates. The Moroboro Dam provides irrigation to 11,000 farmers, 14,000 hect
The new City Hall of Passi, a component city of Iloilo, is separately located in Brgy Sablogon, which can be found on the outskirts of the City Proper. The 2 storey building features well-made reliefs on each building’s 2 wings. Also, a new plaza at th
The Moroboro Suspension Bridge traverses the Jalaur River in Brgy Moroboro, Dingle, Iloilo. Although already inaccessible to vehicles, it provides tourists an interesting sight to visit and allows them a great vantage point of the Jala-ur River and the
The Salakayan festival of Miagao is held every first week of February. Salakayan, coined from a Hiligaynon term “salakay” or “ to attack,” is a street dance-drama that merges arts, lore and customs of the town. It tells of personal power and daily acti
Founded in 1584, Passi is now a chartered city in the Province of Iloilo. It is authentic that Passi City had the most colorful people in the island, the Pintados. However, the history of the church could be traced back in the early 1600’s but the pres
The Tigbauan Church is unique in the country because of its Latin American churriquesque architecture. The church was constructed in 1575 and destroyed during an earthquake in 1948. Tigbauan’s facade is style in the Mexican plateresque. At the center i
Neoclassical in style, the church of San Nicolas de Tolentino, patron saint of Cabatuan, was built in 1834, replacing the temporary ones constructed by earlier priests. It was Rev. Fr. Ramon Alquizar, an Augustinian, who initiated in building the churc
The ingredients found in the renowned Tinuom dish of Cabatuan include: marinated native chicken with quartered potatoes seasoned with onions, ginger, tomato and lemon grass (tanglad), and wrapped in banana leaves. It is served with broth that accumulat
The Bayluhay from San Joaquin depicts the negotiations infamously known as the Barter of Panay between Makatunaw (one of the 10 Bornean Datus headed by Datu Puti) and Marikudo (ruler of the Negritos, natives of Panay), which took place at Imbidayan, al
Kahilwayan is a cultural festival in a dance-drama from which showcases the events that led to the historic uprising of the Ilonggos against Spain to its ultimate cry of victory and freedom known to us now as the Cry of Santa Barbara. Tribu Kahilwayan
Bucari is a mildly popular tourist destination nestled in the mountains of Leon, Iloilo. It is known as the province’s “little Baguio” for its cool climate and highland attractions.
Lambunao was once a visita of Duenas, the town finally became an independent parish in 1753. Constructed in 1880 and finished 10 years later, Lambuano church is a beautiful example of Neoclassic Architecture with Baroque and Roman essentials. The Facad
The Mariit Conservation Park located in Brgy. Jayubo, Lambunao is the largest Hornbill Breeding Facility in the world. In its care are two critically endangered hornbill species: Dolongan (Visayan Writhe Hornbill) and Panay Tariktik Hornbill. The conse

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