For a small city, Iligan City has many interesting things you can try. Most of what’s written below are about food but what Iligan can be proud of is their waterfalls. In fact Iligan City is nicknamed the City of Majestic Waterfalls.
Here are interesting things you can do and places to visit in Iligan City as part of my Travel Guide there.
Waterfalling actually means waterfalls hopping and in Iligan you can do this as most of the waterfalls are just less than an hour from the city proper. But if you have limited time you should not miss Tinago Falls, Maria Cristina Falls and Dodiongan Falls.
If you have not been to the waterfalls of Iligan City, then you have not been to Iligan City.
Of all the Lechons in the Philippines, this lechon from Iligan City is the best for me. And I know a lot of people who says that this is the best lechon in the country. Our family would even order lechon from Iligan to be brought to Manila during big gatherings. Don’t believe me? Try it first before you say anything.
You already know that Iligan City has many awesome waterfalls. And you know that one of the best Lechon in the Philippines can be found there. You have seen the pictures. You know you want to go there, in fact, you have decided to go there. The question now is how do you get there? And where is Iligan City in the first place?
This post will list down the things that you need to know about Iligan City so that you would have the knowledge on your travel there. In short, this is an Iligan City Travel Guide.
Anyways, here they are.
1. Where is Iligan City?
Iligan City is not really that famous when it comes to tourism here in the Philippines. I bet most of you would not even know where Iligan City is.
Iligan City is located in the Philippines… In Mindanao to be a little specific… Northern Mindanao to be specific.
Iligan City is located in the Province of Lanao del Norte. But don’t get the wrong idea, it’s only geographically located inside Lanao del Norte but its administration is independent from that of the Province of Lanao del Norte.
We visited Art in Island last December 30, 2014 and this is already one of my favorite places here in Metro Manila even if it recently opened last December 25, 2014. It’s actually a museum, but not like your usual museum, it features 3D art where you are allowed to touch it, feel it and many times you can do crazy poses with the art. Interaction and picture taking is a must.
It was challenging too, as there were around 200 persons inside when we visited according to their staff.
The art is colorful and the size of it is amazing but what I really like about Art in Island is that I had to force myself to be creative.
Here are challenges that you might encounter on your visit to Art in Island.