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I had to go to court twice while I was in Iloilo City as part of an IP lawsuit we were pursuing. It is not memorable and I don't recommend it as a tourist attraction. It is a civic building with a bunch of plain...More
In this one-stop-shop building we can find the different government officer of the local city government. It has a mini museum at the first floor and a set of solar panels on top making it friendly to both the tourists and the environment. In its...More
This building houses the office of the city mayor and is one of the easily recognizable structures in the city (being in front of two locally famous spots: the Plaza Libertad and the San Jose Parish Church). This is where people come to transact business...More
There was a long queue on the elevator to get to the 7th floor. Then you'll take stairs to get to the 8th floor where the rooftop is. It was very hot outside and mahangin SA taas. Nobody was there except us. You'll see the...More
The new building locates opposite plaza libertad with city gallery on the first floor next to the left of main gate with interesting stories of iloilo city and its all ex-mayors. It's civil center near the river of iloilo.
you can see people from all walks of life in the city hall. aside from that, the building is also complete with all you need to see in a travel. a public desk office, a library, a museum, and a mess hall where they serve...More
Surprised to see a new City Hall building in Iloilo City. I have been away for many years and only returned now. But more importantly, the government employees working there are efficient, helpful and friendly. No longer a place where your nerves are tested to...More
The new city hall has a mini-museum that showcases the history of Iloilo , the Dinagyang costume that one can put on for a photo shoot, the bust statues of mayors from different regime. The friendly staff would really make you feel at home and...More
Take the elevator to the 7th floor and walk out elevator and on the right side you will see the stairs going up to the roof top viewing deck
No permission needed although if you do need assistance there is a team of friendly people...More