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Private Arrival Transfer: Mactan-Cebu International Airport to Hotel
"Enjoy convenient and hassle-free private transportation from the Mactan-Cebu International Airport to your Cebu or Mactan Resorts hotel. Once you land you will be welcomed by your experienced and friendly driver and driven directly to your hotel. Depending on the size of your party you will be picked up by a comfortable air-conditioned sedan or minivan.When making a booking you will need to advise your flight details and your accommodation details. Your transfer will be confirmed within 24 hours and you will be provided with a travel voucher to present to the driver. Approximately 24 - 48 hours prior to your arrival in Cebu you will be required to reconfirm exact pickup time and place (the contact number will be provided on your travel voucher).Price is per person based on 6 to 8 adults per car/vehicle."
From $20.00
 
Mactan Island-Hopping Adventure from Cebu with Snorkeling and BBQ Lunch
"Your island-hopping adventure begins with pickup from your hotel and a short trip to the Mactan Island docks just over the causeway from Cebu.Boarding an outrigger motorized canoe called a banca take in views of the Philippine Sea and its many islands on the 45-minute ride to Hilutungan Island. The marine sanctuary surrounding Hilutungan is home to colorful coral reefs and hundreds of varieties of fish including damsel fish anemone fish parrot fish and batfish among others.You’ll soon see why Hilutungan is considered the Philippines’ best island for diving and snorkeling
From $195.00
 
Cebu Historical Tour Including Magellan's Cross and Horse-Drawn Carriage Ride
"After being picked up from your Cebu hotel your heritage tour of Old Cebu begins with a visit to historic Fort San Pedro in Independence Park where your knowledgeable guide will share facts about the Spanish conquest and Spain’s ongoing military presence.Then step into a traditional horse-drawn carriage known as a calesa for a relaxing ride to Plaza Sugbo at City Hall. Continuing on foot you’ll take a guided walking tour of Old Cebu’s historic sites including the famous Magellan’s Cross planted by the explorer Ferdinand Magellan in 1521. You’ll also enjoy a short walk to Cebu’s two landmark churches the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño and the Cebu Metropolitan Cathedral (the seat of the Archdiocese of Cebu).After a look around the Museum of Sacred Treasures
From $109.00

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The whole market was a microcosm of Iloilo life. The people seemed so friendly and unhurried.There was a good selection of fresh seafood and fruits. The dry good section was filled with native...
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Iloilo city was primarily an old fishing town which developed all thru the years to a major hub in the Visayas islands. Locals have developed crafting skills that spans from fabric to carving. On the...
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Jusi and pina

It may take some skill to find the shops specializing in embroidered pina and jusi, the local woven fabric-craft of Iloilo. It takes painstaking skill to weave pina fibers from the leaves of a special...
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Feb 23, 2008

Deco's Pasalubong Shop

Deco's own pasalubong store! Just located next door from Deco's La Paz Batchoy at La Sallette Bldg along Valeria Street. Here, one will find all known pasalubong delicacies brands and products from...
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Feb 23, 2008

Baye-baye kiosks at the roadside

Numerous small kiosks advertising "baye-baye" lined the road going to the airport at Sta. Barbara town of Iloilo province. We got so curious we just can't leave Iloilo without checking it out....
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Feb 22, 2008

Iloilo Sinamay Dealer

Iloilo boasts of a grand tradition of producing handloomed fabrics made from fibers of banana (locally called "jusi" pronounced HUSI), pineapple ("piña"), and sinamay.And this grand tradition lives on...
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Sep 07, 2007
 
 
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Miag-ao Souvenir Shop

At the entrance gate of the Miag-ao Church grounds, a small mobile cottage is put up to showcase and sell local crafts and foods. Best location for it considering that mostly of Miag-ao tourists...
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Sep 13, 2006

Biscocho Haus

Freshly-prepared food delicacies packed in plastic wrappers. Fast service. Buy here the pasalubongs or your wake-up food while driving on the road. Biscocho, tarts, chips, yema and other local food...
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Sep 13, 2006

Sam's Shoes

My husband is what they call a "balikbayan" -- a Filipino returning home. It's customary that balikbayans bring their family stuff when they come to visit. We didn't bring anything during our recent...
mathildag
Jan 30, 2006

SM City Iloilo

This is the newest, biggest and best mall in Iloilo City. Here you can find everything you need -- from groceries, pasalubongs, household appliance and more! We've got it all for you!! prices are...
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Jan 13, 2006

Mama's Kitchen Cookies

I am a true blue Ilonggo, having been born and bred in the city, but it took me so many years to discover that we have some of the world's best cookies right in our own "backyard!"I only discovered...
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Feb 23, 2005

Iloilo Central Market

Another good place to get those souvenirs (and even bigger ticket items) is the city's Central Market. The local handicraft section there is a every souvenir hunter's paradise - baskets, bamboo craft,...
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Feb 17, 2005

Ilonggo Producers Association (IPA) Trade Center

This is a one-stop shop for quality local crafts. The shop offers a wide variety of products, for which Iloilo has been famous for, from delicate pastries to exquisite shell and wood crafts to...
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Tijavi
Feb 09, 2005

dried fish

dried fish is extremely popular here. It's even served at breakfast. Salty, crunch, fishy. just about any type of local dried fish can be had here.
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