IloIlo is fast becoming one of country’s major business cities outside of Metro Manila.  With companies branching out to the Visayas, IloIlo is now a hub for businesses local and international. 

For tourists, IloIlo is best known for the Dinagyang Festival, a colourful and vibrant celebration in honor of the Senyor  Sto. Nino – The Child Jesus.  The festival gives the city a chance to showcase its delicious food, rich history and its people’s  zealous devotion to the Child Jesus.  

The City is also proud of the heritage it has and evidence of this are the preserved churches and old houses dating back to the Spanish occupation.   Museums are also an integral part when touring the city and this is where you can see further evidence of not only the city’s rich history but also of the country’s colourful past. 

When coming to IloIlo, be sure to come with a healthy appetite not only for delicious food but also for knowledge about a city’s journey into becoming one of the country’s  finest.