To see some spectacular architecture, Iloilo is the city for you. Visit the Miag-ao Church, declared by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site, the corralline San Joaquin Church, or the Santa Ana Molo Church, whose walls are lined with women saints.
The Ilonggos' love for life is evident in its year-round explosion of colorful and musical festivities like the Dinagyang festival in January, which honors the Santo Niño. Held on the fourth weekend of January.
For the food lover, try some of Iloilo's famous delicacies like pancit molo and batchoy.
Tee off on the oldest golf course in the country, the Iloilo Golf and Country Club in Santa Barbara, built in 1908 by Irish engineers. For the beach lover, sail away to the nearby island of Guimaras and plunge into its unspoiled coves and reefs. Lose yourself in its enchanting caves or hop over to its many islets. And for the more adventurous, Isla Naburot Resort just off Iloilo sits on a coral island brimming with tropical fish swimming among her covers. Drop-offs at Balbalan Island are an explosion of colorful underwater scenery.
PAL flies between Manila and Iloilo five times a day.
PAL also flies between Cebu and Iloilo twice a day on PAL Express flights.
More flights may be added depending on market requirement.
PAL also offers PALakbayan holiday packages from Manila to Iloilo.