#SharePH #ShareIloilo: Islas de Gigantes, Miag-ao church, Camiña Balay na Bato


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#SharePH #ShareIloilo: Islas de Gigantes, Miag-ao church, Camiña Balay na Bato
Rappler's #SharePH explores the province of Iloilo. Share your own Iloilo memories

ILOILO, Philippines – Three cities. Three times the fun. Infinite sharing.

For the second episode of #SharePH, artist and advocate Nikki Luna explores the province of Iloilo. 

Well-known as a window to Philippine history, thanks to heritage houses and its churches, Iloilo has a few little-known gems.

For beach lovers, there’s the secluded and serene Islas de Gigantes.

For those who hear the mountains calling, there’s Bucari, with its pine forests and waterfalls. For football enthusiasts, there’s Barotac Nuevo, the heartland of football in the Philippines.

Aside from the sights and sounds, Iloilo also offers tourists a fulfilling food experience that is purely Pinoy – with La Paz batchoy, pansit molo and tsokolate E.

Share your own Iloilo memories at www.rappler.com/sharePH. – Rappler.com


Injap Tower Hotel

Camiña Balay na Bato

Nelly’s Garden

The Gigantes Experience

Leon Tourism Office

Miag-ao Tourism Office

Adhara Resort


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