Iloilo City Guide: Jaro

Patricia Tan

Jaro is one of the largest districts in Iloilo City. In the past few years, it has been experiencing rapid development, like the sudden rise of large-scale malls mirroring what is also happening in the rest of the province. With that in mind, it is important to remember how rich Jaro is in terms of.. Read more

Miagao: A Day Trip

Patricia Tan

#NoFilter: A Mountaineering Guide for the Selfie Generation

riza ornos

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

Armand Tajanlangit

It was the first morning of the closure. As soon as I stepped out of my room and through Boracay Terraces, my family’s resort on Station One since 1986, something felt already different. While I wanted to walk to the other end of the white beach to see how it looked like without the tourists,.. Read more

Home is Where the “Art” Is: Iloilo Houses Show Where Art Lives

debbie bartolo

Project Iloilo Episodes S01E03: (Ir)Responsible Tourism

project iloilo

“Kaon ‘Ta” and MORE Hiligaynon Words for Travelers

Harren Fegarido

This article is is the second of a two-part series. Click here for the first part, “Sa Lugar Lang” and Other Hiligaynon Words for Travelers”. Language plays a big part for a traveler; it may either create a bridge or a barrier to the people, their culture and, more importantly, their place. So, it should.. Read more

Tourism is Overrated: How “Volunteering” in Bucari is Better

xtian lozañes

How Riding a Bus Made Me Enjoy Life as an Ilonggo Again

Harren Fegarido