Culture and Heritage

Explore our unparalleled heritage and experience our unique culture and traditions.

Architecture Galore

Behold our sentinels of arts and our architectural marvels. A look into the past, and touch the perspective for the future

Inspirations

Meet our movers and influential personalities making mark here and across the globe

Flavors and Tastes

Impress your taste buds with our savory treats; strike amazing shopping bargains and deals, and catch a glimpse of our city’s urban life.

Escape and Relax

Leave the hustle and bustle of the metro and take a retreat into our tropical paradise. Relax and enjoy from sunrise to sundown with pristine natural scenery.

Home » Archive by Tags

Articles tagged with: San Joaquin

San Joaquin Church: Militaristic in Design and Purpose

July 27, 2012 – 12:22 pm | 5 Comments
San-Joaquin-Church-Iloilo

Now sitting quietly at one of Iloilo’s oldest and historic towns, the Church of San Joaquin is a must-see for those having their South Iloilo adventure. More than a century old, the church had been …

Searching for the Datu (Part 2): Lawigan and Sinogbuhan

May 14, 2012 – 9:23 am | 5 Comments
rock-2

A month ago, I started sharing the first part of our adventure in the coasts of San Joaquin (Part 1 here). Looking for the Imbidayan Rock, we found the beauty of the pristine and unspoiled …

Searching for the Datu (Part 1): Tiolas and Cataan Cove

April 10, 2012 – 8:10 pm | 18 Comments
mark

It was another adventure for us – this time searching for the steps of the old Datus. Centuries ago, in this part of Panay Island (the town of San Joaquin), balangays of ten Datus from …

Garin Farm at San Joaquin (Part 3): An Adventure You Shouldn’t Miss

March 24, 2012 – 8:31 pm | 9 Comments
Zipline Equipments

Okay, so we had pilgrimage, climbed a 400-step staircase, fed some animals, and watered some plants. So what’s next for us at Garin Farm? Definitely – FUN! Relax and enjoy the time with your family …

Agriculture? It’s More Fun in San Joaquin’s Garin Farm (Part 2)

March 22, 2012 – 5:19 pm | One Comment
Bahay Kubo

What else to do in a farm? Surely, growing crops and raising animals are. But in Garin Farm at San Joaquin, I guess they take it at another notch higher. Using eco-friendly and practical techniques, …

Garin Farm at San Joaquin (Part 1): The Pilgrimage

March 17, 2012 – 6:06 am | 12 Comments
San Joaquin Iloilo Mountains

Pilgrimage during summer? What else do you have in mind? A beautiful scenery, captivating replica of Christ’s life, and of course a flight of 400 stairs towards a gigantic Cross- that’s what in store for …