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Things to do in Molo

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Church
“Molo Church is a famous Spanish-colonial church and heritage site in Molo District. It known for the prominent red spires that crown its tall bell towers and as “the feminist church” because of the all-women ensemble of saints represented in 16 statues perched on the aisle pillars.”
  • 6 locals recommend
Establishment
“Guests have free access to full gym facilities during the duration of their stay.”
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Cafe
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Vietnamese Restaurant
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Castle
“One of the latest restored old mansions in Iloilo. It houses local products and a coffee shop.”
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Arcade
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Unknown
“Called Feminist Church or the Women’s Church of Iloilo because of its all -female saints put along the main aisle of the church. Declared a national landmark by National Historical Institute in 1992”
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“Molo Mansion is a significant and historic 1920 restored mansion facing the town plaza and the famous Molo Church. The mansion was turned into a heritage museum and also showcase local delicacies, products and arts made by Ilonggos. ”
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Cafe
“They serve local coffee directly sourced from Panay. They feature different beans every month from different municipalities. Try their Cold Brew coffee and their Teas.”
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