Liliw Travel Guide

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Liliw Things to Do

  • Buy Shoes in Liliw

    this town is the shoe and flip flop capital of the province and the southern luzon area so what else would you do than to buy shoes and slippers right!They produce cheap but quality shoe and flip products from locally sourced raw materials and made by the local shoe artisans for 3 generations as shoe making started to bloom in the town during the...

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  • Visita Iglesia at St. John The Baptist...

    As mentioned in my Overview of Liliw, the past renovations on St. John The Baptist Church saddened me a bit because it seemed to have lost its beautiful, quaint look. I always looked back at my younger days when the church interior was so beautiful...But in March this year, when we brought some photo buddies, I was very happy to see the fruition of...

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  • Shoes

    If your going to liliw shop for shoes or sandal, dont leave liliw without buying a pair!!!!! female footwear starts at 70pesos to around 500pesos, average price is 275 pesos. for male footwear prices starts at 110 pesos, to around 500 pesos

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Liliw Restaurants

  • quiant small town cafe (Part 2)

    part two of my arabela tips plus more picturesThis Quaint Restaurant is one of the favorite stops of people going on a shooping at liliw for shoes and flip flops and those going to Nearby Lucban Town in Quezon Province. The restaurant is a local mom and pop operation where they are serving international plus local dishes but their specialty is...

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  • quaint small town Cafe (part1)

    This Quaint Restaurant is one of the favorite stops of people going on a shooping at liliw for shoes and flip flops and those going to Nearby Lucban Town in Quezon Province. The restaurant is a local mom and pop operation where they are serving international plus local dishes but their specialty is pastas, pizzas and the assorted cakes.The...

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  • pizza pasta galore

    another small restaurant in liliw but is less popular than the quaint Arabela. This is actually a branch of the Local Filipino Pizza Chain that started in nearby Lucban Town in Quezon Province. They offer assorted Pizza's and Pastas which are suited to filipino taste (sweet instead of being slightly sour) which are cheap as they don't use sun dried...

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Liliw Transportation

  • Tricycles

    the filipino version of the three wheeled motored vehicle wherein a side car is attached to a motorcycle, it is the filipino equivalent of the trishaw of china, the cyclo of vietnam and the tuk tuks of thailand and cambodia. The tricycle is the main mode of transportation in the town of which up to 5 people can share a ride in the side car and the...

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  • Tricycles in and around Liliw

    The main means of transportation inside the town is through a tricycle. It is the Philippines equivalent of a rickshaw. It is actually a motorcycle with an attached sidecar decorated in so many ways. It is designed to sit 5 people including its driver.

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  • Shops selling Native and Local...

    there are many shops, stalls and hole in the wall places all around the liliw area that sells an assortment of local and native sweets and deliciacies, ranging from various sweet sticky rice cakes like kalamay, sapin sapin, espasol, kuchinta. Local Cookies like the Uraro Cookies, Puto Seko, assorted local Jams like Coconut Jams and even Pastillas...

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  • Assorted Shoe SHops

    an assortment of artisanal shoe shops and souvenir shops line the main street of gat tayaw and the perpendicular side streets in Liliw Town as this sleepy town is a famous tourist area for people who want to buy cheap but quality shoes, sandals and even bags. This is a major tourist draw of the town as it is the shoe capital of the Southern Luzon...

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  • not only shoes but souvenirs

    This Arisanal Shoe Shop and Souvenir Shop is easily one of the more popular along the Numerous Artisanal Shoe Shops Lining Gat Tayaw Street and the side streets in between this main street of the town. they offer not only sthe shoes and flip flops but other local souvenir items like the puto seko, kakanin, kutsinta, uraro cookies, pastillas and a...

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Liliw Warnings and Dangers

  • by rpny07 Written Apr 7, 2007

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    In the philippines including Liliw their are some crazy and dangerous people you don`t know. Please avoid them, to not get hurt. Be carful of who you meet in the phiippines because you never know what they will do to you.

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Liliw Off The Beaten Path

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    by machomikemd Updated Aug 28, 2014

    they proudly display the shoe making raw materials such as the different leather items from different animal hides such as carabao, cow, horse, crocodile, pig and more. assorted rubber items of which thy make into different flip flops and other shoes and a lot more. you can see these materials side by side with the Shoes and Flip Flops they sell in the shops around Gat Tayaw street and beyond.

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