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Archive for November, 2012


Habal-habal in Iligan

Care for an Adventure? Ride a Habal-habal! Are you kidding? Me, ride a habal-habal. I just can’t imagine myself riding one of the popular way to get around in the land the Philippines. You see, I am not your adventurous kind of person. I get scared of heights. I get scared of the deep waters […]

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Buhanginan Hill in Iligan

Take a city tour… and make Buhanginan Hill your first stop! The Iligan Buhanginan Hill stands approximately 130 feet above sea level. Here you see an unobstructed view of city’s skyline. For the romantics out there, it is a perfect site to watch beautiful sunsets or to star gaze. Do not forget to bring your […]

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Arts and Culture in Iligan

If you’re like me, then you will love to learn the arts and culture in Iligan. Painting and poetry is part of it but there are also dancing and singing which by themselves are a pure art form. The best time to experience arts and culture in Iligan is during the Diyandi Festival. During the […]

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Adlaw sa Iligan

“Adlaw sa Iligan” simply means, Day of Iligan. Why Iligan Celebrates “Adlaw sa Iligan”? It is a one day event to include a parade with hundreds of participants led by city officials ending with a program and a flag raising ceremony at the City Plaza. But, why? By the time you finish reading this page, […]

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Iligan Waterfalls

Iligan waterfalls are mother nature’s blessings — not just one, two, or three, but a whopping 23 falls located right in Iligan City’s backyard. Where can you find a metropolitan city with waterfalls within the city bounds? Only in Iligan. And the most famous of all Iligan waterfalls is no other than the Maria Cristina […]

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Iligan Fiesta

The Iligan fiesta always draws a crowd. It’s celebrated on September 29 every single year. But, Iliganons start their preparations and other celebrations months ahead. Have you heard these words — Kasadya Festival, Señor San Miguel Fiesta, Diyandi Festival? You would think these three names taken separately point out to three different fiestas, but frankly, all […]

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Getting Around Iligan

Getting around Iligan is a breeze. You will find it easy and cheap to get around Iligan. You don’t even need to rent a car. Instead, spend your precious vacation time relaxing and let others do the driving. Remember you’re on vacation. Besides, the rules of the west on driving, simply do not apply here. […]

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