Captivating Roxas City, Capiz Philippines

 Life in Roxas City, Capiz, Philippines is simple and peaceful. It is an ideal refuge for those who wishes to escape the fast-paced life in modern cities. It owes much of its charms to a mixture of its rich history and natural beauty untrammeled by modernity and this is the reason Captivating Capiz is truly amazing.

Bay-bay Beach

Bay-bay Beach - wide powdery gray-sand and ultimate place to go barefoot, which is therapeutic and truly captivating

 Baybay beach and Olotayan Island have shore lines and blue waters that are exquisitely beautiful. Serving as silent witness to history are the Moro Towers located in Sitio Nipa, Brgy. Culasi, Roxas City. These half-torn structures were built to repel invading Moros and Portuges colonizer in 1814. Today, these towers stand as a reminder for people to take a short stop and look around and reminisce that meaningful and remarkable past.

      

Ang Panubli-on - Roxas City Museum

"Ang Panubli-on" - Roxas City Museum

If one wishes to take a glimpse of the culture, people, history and just about everything about Roxas City and Capiz as a whole, the Roxas City Museum known as “Ang Panubli-on” (meaning heritage) offers visitors the opportunity to unravel interesting mementos of the glorious past and creative works of innovative present. An imposing landmark that speaks of the Capizeños ingenuity and uniqueness.

       Beyond the confines of its historical prestige, Roxas City has more to offer its people and abounding tourists as well. The Sinadya sa Halaran Festival celebrated from December 4-8, promises people of firsthand and priceless revelry of experience found in no other place. A fusion of two major festivals “Sinadya” (City) and Halaran (Province) which literally means joy in sharing and thanksgiving, it commemorates the Feast of Our Lady of Immaculate Concepcion. It features spectacular and exciting events such as Seafood Festival, and the Street Dancing Parade that displays various colorful and unique costumes of participants and dancing their way in the streets. Various cultural, civic, and religious activities are also held to embody the true Capizeño spirit. Sinadya sa Halaran… Truly the Capizeño’s way of Life.

Sinadya sa Halaran Festival - Dec. 4-8.

Sinadya sa Halaran Festival - a celebration of joy in sharing and thanksgiving every Dec. 4-8.

      

Gerry Roxas Foundation, Brgy. Libas, Roxas City

Gerry Roxas Foundation, Brgy. Libas, Roxas City

Roxas City is also ideal for conventions, seminars, conferences and socio-cultural presentations. The Roxas City Convention Hall is a fully air-conditioned building with state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment. It can accomodate a maximum of 600 participants for local, national and international gatherings. A facility managed by the Gerry Roxas Foundation, which also offers services in conference management. It is creatively designed and divided into function rooms for simultaneous training events using multi-media presentations.  There are lots of affordable hotels, lodging houses and inns for you to choose from when you stay in Roxas City.

       Blessed with an assortment of nature’s best in this part of the world, Roxas City, Capiz is an ideal place for vacation, beach hopping, swimming and simply enjoying quality leisure time. Several hotels are conveniently located within the heart of the city that serves as second home to visitors and travelers.

       For those who want to wake up to the cool ocean breeze in the morning and watch the relaxing waves late in the afternoon, resorts and villas by the sea are very much available.

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  2. mahkie

    Tnx 4 d comment sir, ok sir i’l work out on it…

    Mejo saku pa b subong sa thesis eh, damu pa nug’edit…

    gudluck sa blogging… ^^,\m/

  3. thanks for putting up this site on Capiz my hometown!

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  18. keep up the good work… capiz is one of the most beautiful city in western visayas….. good luck….
    “”..

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  21. Go Capiz. 🙂

    Good luck and Congratulations.

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    Just checking in from Newfoundland, Canada. My wife is a Filipina from Capiz. I will be checking back regularly to follow the news!!

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  59. Bleuken

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  60. wow nami sang post mo! pwede ta ka exchange links?

    gusto ko man tani mgsulat parte sa hometown ko galing may exploreaklan na si vince muna nga stick nalang ko sa celebrity blog, haha..

    nami gid ya ka organize sang obra mo. 🙂

  61. Lanie

    i grow up in roxas city but i never hear that saying we aswang in roxas city i never see in real life maybe its true who knows maybe its real.

  62. Emcee Reyes

    Hello, beautiful people of Roxas! Just got some pasalubongs of heavenly pastries from one of your dessert shops na PANULCE ang pangalan. Sarap ng mga products nyo dyan ha, lalo na yong Biscottini. Meron bang website ang PANULCE? Please, my friends and I here in Mid-East are craving for more!!!

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  65. im came and grow from CAPIZ it is not true that their is ASWANG coz i dont really see in real life!!!!i dont belive it!!!!!try to visit our place i know you will enjoy our romantic and memorable place!!!!i miss CAPIZ!!!Hope one day WE will see theRE!!!!!!MAPULI GID KO DA<>>>mwah miz u all my friends and clazmyts!!!!

  66. try to visit capiz the seafood capital of the philippines

  67. i love CAPIZ my home town!!!!!

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  70. christina

    im always looking forward to go back to roxas capiz,uh what a place its a die for!haha,especially my hometown people are nice and just simple life,and the other thing which i really miss also is the food,MANAMI gid and fresh:)and also when waking up in the morning i can smell the fresh air as well!

  71. CHE

    I’m just near to this place,. nice and happy people was always around me. it makes me realize how good they are. thanx for this worth-reading blog!

  72. wow!! its so nice..godbless

  73. bang dela cruz

    katahum gid sang roxas

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