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Archive for November, 2012


Iligan Diyandi Festival

“Wara-wara Sa Iligan! Tara Na!” Come, Celebrate 29 Days Of Fun! The Iligan Diyandi Festival is the official title for the city’s month long cultural celebration. It concludes with the feast day of Saint Michael the Archangel on September 29. The festival was established to promote Iligan’s cultural identity. You see, Cebu has Sinulog, Davao […]

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Jeepney In The Philippines

A Glimpse Into Filipino Culture! Can you remember the time when you used to take the jeepney in the Philippines every day? I can. Everyone knows the jeepney is the most practical and cheapest way to get around in the Philippines. In Iligan today, you can take a jeepeny ride for about eight pesos depending […]

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Iligan Restaurants

The Food Trip! Feeling hungry? Check out some of Iligan restaurants and bistros. When you feel hungry but tired of the same processed food prepared by fastfood chains, let Iligan City’s finest restaurants and dining establishments break you free from all that. Strolling around Iligan’s coolest destinations and enjoying its scenic views can also get […]

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Iligan Nightlife

The party begins after dark… When the sun goes down, Iligan nightlife comes ALIVE! Get the most of your nights in Iligan… plenty of opportunities for excitement with the added bonus of it being cheap. While nightlife in the Philippines is known to be a unique experience, Iligan nightlife is no different. You will find […]

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Iligan Bus

Ride the Iligan Bus – from Iligan to Cagayan and back. If you want to travel by land from Iligan to Cagayan and vice-versa, take one of the Iligan bus. What used to be Fortune & Diamond now to Rural Transit & Super Five… Indeed, land travel has become more convenient these days. It has […]

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Iligan Beaches

Family fun in the sand! Whatever the occasion, you can enjoy Iligan beaches with family and friends. Enjoy the day or stay the night away… When you say Iligan beaches, what comes to mind? As for me – sandy shores, calm seas, clear waters and coconut trees… Last but not least, Iligan lechon. Yes. You […]

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Iligan Anahaw Amphitheater

The Largest of its class in Mindanao. The Iligan Anahaw Amphitheater is the largest ‘open’ amphitheater in Mindanao. Remember, the key word here is “open”. Why? Because, the Freedom Ring Giant Amphitheater in Pampanga is touted to be the “largest” amphitheater in the Philippines. Anahaw Amphitheater can hold as many as 5,000 people at a […]

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Christmas in Iligan

Celebrate next Christmas in Iligan. What is Christmas in Iligan City like? It’s a celebration like no other. Celebrating Christmas holidays in Iligan City as I remember it fondly, is a celebration of faith,thanksgiving, and LOTS of Fun! It’s a perfect time to offer thanks and perfect time to reminisce about the good ole days! […]

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Iligan Tartanilla

Iligan Tartanilla – the former King of the Road! Listen! clikity clak…clickity clak…did you hear that? Way before the jeepney, the Iligan tartanilla or “kalesa” (horse-drawn carriage) was the Philippines’ king of the road. It was the country’s major mode of transportation. It was then when life seemed simply easy and slow… Drift back in […]

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Iligan Sikad

Iligan Sikad – it’s pedal powered! Your Iligan sikad is a non-motorized bicycle modified to seat up to two more people. That’s right, for two more people. Sikad is a Visayan term meaning the action of the foot. It could mean either kick or pedal. But the 90’s gave a new meaning of the word […]

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