It has been 4 years since I visited Vigan, but this charming little UNESCO heritage site in the Philippines definitely deserves needs a blogpost.
Check out one of Philippine’s most colourful festivals: the Panagbenga!
Vigan has historically been one of the Spanish centres of Northern Luzon. While the commercial section of the city has nothing much to see, the historical mestizo district offers a lot of amazing sights to see.
Calesa is the horse-drawn carriage that can ply you anywhere in the city, and carries the same rate as the motorised tricycles.
The historic mestizo district of Vigan, where the architecture is still distinctly Spanish.
Small shops line up on the mestizo district, selling everything from trinkets to t-shirts.
Streetlamps line up the mestizo district at night.
Mestizo at night
Check out ‘the ruins’, the building they call the ‘Taj Mahal of the Philippines’!
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