TRAVEL Spots in the Philippines
Lucy’s Antique Shop, situated along the historical Calle Crisologo, is home to various old items like paintings, house furniture, porcelain plates and vases, and glassware. It is located at the ground floor of the old house of Don Renato Peña and is regarded as the largest souvenir shop and the last remaining antique store in town.
You might have seen these gorgeous, colorful woven blankets, table runners, and bath towels along Calle Crisologo in Vigan, but have you ever wondered how they are made? Join Philippine Primer as we discover the beauty of this century-old loom weaving practice in Vigan, honored to this day by Rowilda's Loom Weaving factory in Brgy. Camanggaan, Vigan City!
Vigan is a place where long-lived arts and crafts are nurtured up to the present time, and among those lasting craft heritage is the pottery making, also known locally as the burnay jars. Ruby Jar Pottery has been a destination for most tourists visiting Vigan City who wants to see and experience the art of pottery for many years now.
Pacifico Bigwish Beach, with its “Big Waves", boasts a picturesque landscape filled with coconut trees and beach waves lapping over the shore that is ideal for a day of relaxation with your family. This may be a quieter stop compared to General Luna where bars, restaurants, and resorts are mostly located.
Siargao Island just cannot help but to treat its guests with grand rock formations not only inside the Tayangban Cave but also along a secluded beach, surrounded by natural rock pools in the municipality of Pilar in Siargao- this is the Magpupungko. Explore the beauty of Siargao Island through this picturesque landscape, built by nature itself!