Guimbal, a fourth class municipality nestled within Iloilo province, seats nine kilometers away from the blue waters of the Panay Gulf. Over the years, the municipality has been lauded for its achievements – cited as the ‘most business-friendly local government unit’ in a fourth to six class municipal category by the Philippine Chamber of Commerce;… Continue reading Of Guimbal and the Garins
TriMeridian Travels, with main office nestled along Valeria Street, offers a range of services that will definitely help everyone achieve their 'travel goals'. The company offers domestic and international ticketing, travel tours, hotel booking, cruise booking, and visa processing. “TriMeridian Travels is a young dynamic company based in Iloilo City, Philippines. That is accredited by… Continue reading TriMeridian, a Trusted Travel Partner
The Ilonggo cityscape, the deafening sound of drums, the cajoling of street dancers, and the deluge of people from different areas of the planet, all as one to celebrate Señor Santo Niño, the child Jesus. The sought-after loilo Dinagyang Festival is held every fourth of January every year. It commemorates the arrival of Malay settlers… Continue reading Guide to Iloilo Dinagyang Festival 2020
Hailed as the 'seafood capital of the Philippines', Roxas is nestled north central of Panay island. The Capiz capital, used to be called Municipality of Capiz, became a chartered city in 1951 and was renamed 'Roxas' in honor of native Manuel Roxas, the fourth president of the Philippines. Roxas City is known for its diverse… Continue reading Exploring Roxas City
Puerto Princesa, officially the City of Puerto Princesa, is a first class highly urbanized city in the Philippines. A dream destination to many, the city has been lauded several times as the cleanest and greenest in the entire nation. Puerto Princesa is located west of the Province of Palawan, and included in the 38 independent… Continue reading Feel Trip in Puerto Princesa
'Agriculture is dying' is the sentiment of not just some, but many Filipinos. In a world where you can work and earn money in an air conditioned setting, less and less people are choosing agriculture - albeit, a road less traveled. Agriculture is one of the most important sectors in the community but it is… Continue reading Farmspiration: Tales of Hope
What's your mood? Your period cycle always affects your feelings. This Women’s Wellness Month, let Jeunesse Anion Sanitary Napkins and Liner help you through sluggish days, sticky situations, and avoiding emotional conflicts. When a woman is unreasonable, it’s easily tagged as “that time of the month”. It can often be unfair, especially because there is… Continue reading What’s Your Mood?
Carles, the northernmost municipality in the province of Iloilo, is truly a gem in the island of Panay. Known for its rich fishing grounds, Carles is home to one of the most sought after tourist destinations in the region. The Higantes Group of Islands, otherwise known as Islas de Gigantes, has gained popularity over the… Continue reading Exploring Carles With The New Beach Head Resort
Considered as the fastest booking service for taxi's, private cars and motorbikes through one mobile, Grab is Southeast Asia's leading taxi-hailing platform. Grab aims to transform the taxi industry – making transport freedom a reality for the 620 million people. As of date, Grab is available in the following countries: Singapore, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand,… Continue reading Grab in Iloilo: Will You Grab?
Officially proclaimed as the Best Tourism Municipal Festival in the country is the Anilaonon’s very own 'Banaag Festival'. Also known as the Festival of Lights, the Banaag Festival is a cultural tradition in Anilao inspired by local sentinels during the Spanish era who guarded bamboo watchtowers and warned residents of incoming pirates by lighting the… Continue reading What to Expect this Coming Banaag Festival 2018 in Anilao