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Downtown Iloilo Food Crawl

project iloilo

The first Downtown Iloilo Food Crawl organized by the Google Business Group Iloilo community happened last June 30. The event’s aim was to raise awareness among local participants on how they could help small businesses get listed on Google Maps by using their smartphones. The group covered the major streets in downtown Iloilo and documented.. Read more

Festive Walk Mall Grand Opening

Andrea Ortega Guanco

A Forgotten Ilonggo Delicacy is Still Being Made in San Enrique

martin espino

Downtown Iloilo Food Crawl

project iloilo

The first Downtown Iloilo Food Crawl organized by the Google Business Group Iloilo community happened last June 30. The event’s aim was to raise awareness among local participants on how they could help small businesses get listed on Google Maps by using their smartphones. The group covered the major streets in downtown Iloilo and documented.. Read more

Festive Walk Mall Grand Opening

Andrea Ortega Guanco

Iloilo Bike Festival 2018

xtian lozañes

5 Ilonggo Heroes You Should Look Up On Independence Day

joseph batcagan

Anyone who follows Philippine history knows that Iloilo also has no shortage of national heroes. Unfortunately, we only know a few of them, and the few we do know only get the occasional shoutout, like when we’re celebrating Graciano Lopez Jaena Day, gawking at the brand-new statute of General Martin Delgado at Iloilo Business Park,.. Read more

What Would Iloilo in the 1900s Look Like with the ‘Arellano Plan’?

joseph batcagan

After Closure: An Ilonggo’s Retrospective on “Old” Boracay

Armand Tajanlangit

A Forgotten Ilonggo Delicacy is Still Being Made in San Enrique

martin espino

A one-hour bus ride going to the hinterlands, across seven towns. That is what we went through just to confirm a rumor we have heard for some months already: that there is a town that still makes these papaya sweets that look like roses. The old-timers we talked to say that this delicacy has figured.. Read more

One Day, Five Coffeeshops: Iloilo Coffee Crawl

project iloilo

From Abundance to Scarcity, the ‘Uga’ Tells Iloilo’s Story

Lerie Tan