Christmas sights are all over Iloilo and it offers an endless holiday-themed photo opportunities.
Visit these sites while keeping safe this holiday by wearing your masks and by observing physical distancing all the time.
All the attractions are for free for you to enjoy.
It’s the Yuletide Season again and time for Iloilo holiday spots 2020! Christmas playlist is on repeat, extended mall hours, denser traffic – these are just some of the scenarios.
This year is the most unusual year. It will be the first time that we are going to witness a holiday season while battling a pandemic. Despite the situation though, it’s good to see that the metro is slowly getting brighter and colorful – from Iloilo City’s busiest avenue, shopping centers, and plazas and public parks.
Here is the list of Iloilo holiday spots 2020:
St. Anne’s Cathedral and the Molo Plaza
Plaza Molo is one of the most beautiful church in the Philippines – St. Anne’s Church, or popularly known as the Molo Church. At night, it becomes more magical as the lights have started to shine and it envelops everyone with a holiday feels.
Just in front of Plaza Molo is the Molo Mansion. The house was built in the 1920s by the ancestors of the Consing family of Molo, Iloilo. This historic home in a picturesque locale offers a souvenir shop with artisanal gifts. This scenic spot becomes more joyful as the lights and holiday decor come to life starting sundown.
Festive Walk Mall
Festive might be a cliché for this place, but the season gives an irrepressible sense of festive cheer once you set foot in front of its giant Christmas tree. Christmas is always a good time at this lifestyle mall. Perfect for your holiday selfies and groufies with friends and family.
SM City Iloilo
SM City Iloilo is an awesome place to relax and buy your stuff. Aside from being just a mall, people are looking forward for its December holiday display. Through the years, SM City have taken pride of its rich cultural events and holiday attractions that offer a more enjoyable and memorable experience.
We are all still waiting for other establishments, universities, private and heritage houses, and town plazas to unveil their Christmas and additional Iloilo holiday spots 2020 for the public to enjoy and have a breather from the pandemic.
The best thing about all of these holiday attractions is that admission is free.