Iloilo Zip Code and Area Code

LocationZip CodeArea Code
Ajuy501233
Alimodian502833
Anilao500933
Badiangan503333
Balasan501833
Banate501033
Barotac Nuevo500733
Barotac Viejo501133
Batad501633
Bingawan504133
Cabatuan503133
Calinog504033
Carles501933
Concepcion501333
Dingle503533
Dueñas503833
Dumangas500633
Estancia501733
Guimbal502233
Igbaras502933
Iloilo City500033
Janiuay503433
Lambunao504233
Leganes500333
Lemery504333
Leon502633
Maasin503033
Miagao502333
Mina503233
New Lucena500533
Oton502033
Passi503733
Pavia500133
Pototan500833
San Dionisio501533
San Enrique503633
San Joaquin502433
San Miguel502533
San Rafael503933
Santa Barbara500233
Sara501433
Tigbauan502133
Tubungan502733
Zarraga500433

About Iloilo

Known as one of the most progressive and developing provinces, Iloilo is the Heart of the Philippines. Tourists often visit the province for the upbeat celebration of the Dinagyang Festival, the shopping districts, historical sites, and delicious food. Iloilo offers hungry travelers their local dishes such as the flavorful Batchoy, roasted Lechon Manok from Tatoy’s, warm Pancit Molo, and KBL, a favorite local dish with tender pork, jackfruit, and pigeon peas.

Iloilo was the abode of film director Peter Solis Nery, a former judge of the International Criminal Court and sole woman recipient of the country’s highest national recognition, the Quezon Service Cross, Miriam Santiago, Miss Earth 2015 Angelia Ong, and Rolex Award for Enterprise Awardee for his invention of the low-cost rice husk stove, Alexis Belonio.

During the Philippine Revolution, the Panay Uprising was led by Gen. Delgado of Sta. Barbara and they were successful in liberating a majority of towns. When the Japanese had invaded, the first resistance group in the country, the Panay Guerilla Movement, fought the Japanese before the American Liberation of Panay in 1946.

Official website: iloilo.gov.ph

Iloilo Zip Code and Area Code
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