1. Joan

    Pls. include in your food section the super delicious lechon baboy sold in front of timoga swimming pool or the bayug lechon, and is best paired with our famous sukang pinakurat and hanging rice “puso”. thanks

  2. Do you know where can we have food trip in Iligan City? Me and my friends are planning to go there. #ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines

    • Check out their lechon and barbecue. Hindi gaanong sikat ang Iligan in terms of food pero masasarap po ang mga pagkain nila dun. Tumaba nga po ako sa Iligan City nung nandun ako. 😛

  3. I like how useful this post will be for people with plans to travel to Iligan city. You have my thumbs up from one who has live in Iligan for quite some time. Have a safe trip on your future journeys! 🙂

  4. Marizel

    Thank you for promoting my hometown in your blog. It’s very nice and very straight-forward that people would not find it difficult to get to and around Iligan. Although I live in Davao City now, I am still loyal to my hometown. Keep up the good work! Continue to share the beauty of travelling in the Philippines! I salute you.

    • You’re welcome Marizel. Thank you for visiting my blog and for your kinds words! Keep on traveling! God bless you!

    • Hi Kizza, thank you for your suggestion. However, I’m focusing more on the logistical aspect of Iligan City on this post than what to do there. You can see that I’ve included the link to the waterfalls of Iligan City on the first sentence. I hope this is okay with you.

  5. aida

    Its more fun in iligan!!!..for almost 40 years since i left iligan i visited her last April 2015 its a good feeling being
    reunited again with my native land:-) the first thing i do i savor the famous letchon in timoga!!!pasyal po kau hindi kayo magsisisi:-)

    • Agree! I miss lechon. I’m glad you got to visit Iligan again after 40 years and I hope that you get to visit Iligan again soon. 😛

  6. Jan Marc

    In Iligan City, natural springs are also an attraction. Of the more than a dozen known ones, the most popular is Timoga Cold Spring. I hope you guys could visit there sometimes 🙂

    • Hey Jan Marc, thank for visiting my blog and also for the suggestion. I’ve visited Timoga Cold Spring and I’ve also written a post about it. You can see the link to it on the bottom of the post. 🙂

  7. Joeker

    Check out The Strip in Palao (popularly referred as Calda coz Calda Pizza is located there), and the Night Market at the city plaza on Fridays and Saturdays. You can find all kinds of lechons and BBQs there. There also Amigos Cuisine near MSU-IIT…

    • Thank for the suggestion Joeker. I’ve tried all of them and I agree that they are must visit food-trips in Iligan City. 🙂

    • Hi Myryl, thank for the suggestion. Yes. I’ll make a post about the restaurants of Iligan too. Especially the ones that sell lechon. 😀

  8. Eddie Liñan

    It’s wonderful to see my childhood’s place posted here at Lakas ng Trip….where i could be GRATEFUL and BE PROUD OF to be an ILIGANON….I enjoined everyone to include your TOUR AND TRAVEL ITINERARY, a MUST VISIT/SEE PLACE -ILIGAN CITY. Notwithstanding my everdearest Alma Matter MSU-IIT at Tibanga Iligan City and my Childhood Place at Suarez Iligan City. More Power Iliganons and Lakas ng Trip!!!!

  9. Mae

    Thanks po for the info. Is there really a van from laguindingan airport to Iligan? i mean yung hndi na po kailangan mag transfer from one to another. yung direct van na po bale kasi hindi ko makita sa internet about that po eh. please help po

  10. Chelly

    Thank you for these useful tips! Me and my friends are actually planning to go in CDO. And one of our bucket list of destination is Iligan City!

    Keep it up! 🙂

    • I’m not really sure how safe it is for a foreign tourist. But everytime I am there I would always see one foreign tourist walking around.

    • Bob New York

      I have vacationed in Iligan City 13 times in the past ten years. I am an American from New York. Best vacations I have ever had anywhere have been Iligan City ! Just use common sense as you would in any other city of 350,000 residents and you should be just fine.

  11. Humphry Barri

    ask ko lang po if sino familiar sa Danielle’s ang manufacturer ng product.. crispy corn kasi yung product tapos gusto ng mga friend ko na dalhin ko pagbalik galing iligan.. saan po ba banda ito na store? sana po may tutulong…

  12. Bob New York

    For those that prefer direct door to door transportation from the airport to Iligan, Alphat Taxi ( the yellow taxis ) at the airport are registered with the airport and with the region 10 board of tourism. I have used them many times. They are METERED so no guessing games or ” negotiated ” fares to worry about. Metered rate from the airport arrivals exit to MSU-IIT ( University ) in Iligan is about 1000 Peso. There are other taxis at the airport but I prefer Alphat over the others.

  13. You forget to visit Timoga Falls and Maria Chrisina falls where the electricity was generated and I think it would be nice also to visit National Steel Corporation it is part of Iligan history National Steel gives jobs to Iliganons before

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