Liliw Travel Guide

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Liliw Things to Do

  • Buy Shoes in Liliw

    this town is the shoe and slipper capital of the province so what else would you do than to buy shoes and slippers right!

  • 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...

  • 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


Liliw Restaurants

  • quaint small town Cafe (part1)

    serving international plus local dishes but their specialty is pastas, pizzas and the assorted cakes. a lot

  • Best Quaint Little Restaurant

    Ever since visiting Liliw for the first time in 2004, I've been a patron of this quaint little restaurant. It's very small, operated on the ground floor of a local's home. It's run by the family, which makes this little place very warm and cozy, anyone will fall in love with it.Aside from the ambience, it's the food that makes this a darling of...

  • Best Steak / Pasta in Town

    Arabela is a small cafe, around 20 person capacity, just an extension (ground floor) of the owner's house... Its the only air conditioned cafe/restaurant, a welcome break from the hot weather. The cafe offer steaks (sirloin,rib eye, porterhouse), pasta's, pizza, brownies, tacos and coffee (hot and cold). . Its self service, and very efficient, the...


Liliw Transportation

  • 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.

  • 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.

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Liliw Shopping

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  • Bulk Shopping

    In the past decade or so, Liliw has emerged as a cheap source of footwear. From a house-based industry, there is now a row of footwear stores at the town proper. Footwear! From house slippers to slip ons, flat shoes, heeled shoes, sneakers, name it and most likely, the stores have it. House slippers can be bought for 3 pairs for US$2.00, while...

  • 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. depends on what you like very cheap

  • Assorted Shoe SHops

    an assortment of shops at the gat tayaw street in Liliw the shoes, slippers, local flip flops a little


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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