5 months ago
Vigan is a city that combines the rich history of the colonial era and the bustling atmosphere of an Asian city. Calle Crisologo dominates the Mestizo district, with its cobblestone streets, malecón, horse-drawn carriages and rustic mansions. Near the white baroque Vigan Cathedral are Plaza Salcedo, offering fountain light shows, and Plaza Burgos, known for its street food stall. Aside from its historical and architectural significance, a trip to Vigan can also be packed with gastronomic adventures where you can feast on Ilocano food. If you love longganisa January is best to visit. It is Longganisa Festival. Plan a Vigan tour to experience this unique city’s old-world charm and cuisine. Really love also the Kalesa experience.
8 months ago
If you are not into physical activities but more into culture-hoping, Vigan might be your choice. Beware, the place requires Swab Test for visitors 👀👀👀 Foods you must try: 1. Bagnet - a classic way of pork preservation pork 🥩 2. Dinoydoy - pumpkin viand of the northern people topped with bagnet 🎃 3. Vigan Longganisa - Filipino version of Sausage 4. Empanada - a type of fried pastry. Irene's Empanda is my choice 😋🥐
2 years ago
A unique city in the Phillipines recognized as a UNESCO world heritage site! There are many colonial buildings and churches dating from the Spanish occupation between the 16th and 18th centuries. The architectural style is sometimes known as "earthquake baroque" as buildings were built lower and stronger than in Europe due to the Phillipines' frequent earthquakes!
4 days ago
Boat trips through massive limestone and underground river of biodiverse Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park
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