Experience the caretela in Vigan and have a quick shot in Calle Crisologo with the view of an old design houses. Also, their empanada is a must try.
The area of Vigan was originally a settlement of traders coming from the Fujian Province, China. At the time of Spanish colonisation, the Chinese settlers, whose language was Southern Min (Min Nan, often referred to as "Hokkien" by most Filipinos), referred to the area as Bee Gan (Chinese: 美岸;…
Vigan is listed as one of UNESCO's World Heritage sites in the Philippines and is fast becoming a tourist destination. Calle Crisologo presents a unique display of well- preserved Spanish colonial and Asian architecture. Just over an hour, head to Vigan to see the development of the town and feel…
Vigan City is one of the tourist spots in Ilocos Sur. It's been named as a Heritage Site.