A year has passed since Club 65hundred has started to give the best party destination that Taclobanons have ever seen. As it celebrates its first anniversary, Club 65hundred and 5th Elements Productions have created the very first “Animaze! Cosplay Competition 2011” in Region VIII. The competition is open to all individuals (no age limit), under [...]
San Juanico Bridge, about 15 minutes away north of Tacloban City, is a 2.16-kilometer long S-shaped span connecting the islands of Leyte and Samar.
Overlooking the city and San Juanico Strait, Calvary Hill, is where larger-than-life statues of Jesus Christ and other personages, in tableaux, depicting Christ’s sacrifice and suffrings.
Erected in 1941, right in the center of the Fatima Village round about stands a life-size statue of the world’s first Boy Scout Monument in human form.
New to the city skyline is the Tacloban City Convention Center. Popularly known as the astrodome, i is the venue of the basketball tourneys and other sporting activities, concerts and other big gatherings.
Built from 1979 to 1981, the Sto. Nino Shrine and Heritage Museum is a showcase of Filipino ingenuity. On Display are collection of art objects, priceless furniture’s, fine porcelain, ivory sculptures of local and foreign origin.
Along Real street is the People’s Center and Library. It house volumes of books from the US, Europe and other countries. It is often visited by local students as well as researchers coming from other parts of the Philippines.