Famous Tourist Spots in Iloilo
On this street of old buildings, Spanish architecture is evident. Every January, the festival Dinagyang is held here. This festival is considered as the best tourism event in the Philippines.
Old Capitol Building
In 2010, the old capitol building was declared a historical landmark by the National Historical Institute. This was the capitol of Iloilo during the civil government in history.
A UNESCO World Heritage site, the Miag-ao Church is a Baroque-Romanesque inspired church built of Spanish and Filipino influences. Its façade features a sculpture of a coconut tree from which St. Christopher carrying Jesus as a child clung on to.
Because of the beautiful female saints standing on each of the church’s pillars, Molo Church is popularly known as a feminist church in the Philippines. The style used in building this Roman Catholic Church reflects Gothic-Renaissance architecture.
Bulubadiangan or Sandbar Island is popular for its shifting white sandbar. This island shifts from left to right depending on the wind’s direction. The clear blue body water surrounding it is home to several fishes and corals, making it ideal for swimming and snorkeling.
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