Travel around Siquijor

St. Francis of Assisi Church – located a few meters from the port. Established in 1795 and the first parish church in the province.


Baywalk – on the way to the Balete Tree site is the baywalk where the provincial signage can be found.


Balete Tree – you can enjoy gazing at the century-old tree while having a fish foot spa. You can also buy souvenir items here.

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San Isidro Labrador Church – also called Lazi Church, was built in 1857 and the only church (that I have visited so far) that has well preserved wooden floor. This is the second best old church for me (my first is Tumauini Church in Isabela)


Lazi Convent – situated across San Isidro Labrador Church and is considered one of the biggest convents in the Philippines. The church and the convent were declared a National Historical Landmark in 1973.


(you may check our budget and itinerary for this trip – Siquijor, Oslob and Dumagute)


About pinay travelaholic

A Filipina who loves to travel. Born with a family of travelers and started traveling when she was just 2months old. Raised in the hustle and bustling life of the metro but has savored the laid back lifestyle of the countryside during summer vacations. At a very young age, she has experienced being stranded on a train for 3 days, being thrown inside the window of the bus just to save a seat and “top loaded” (riding on the roof) on a PUJ just to reach their destination. …Traveling became her adventure since then. View all posts by pinay travelaholic

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