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Stations in Siquijor  

Siquijor Pier, Siquijor, Philippineslogo
Larena Pier, Larena, Siquijor, Philippineslogo
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Siquijor at a glance

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Dec - Feb
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Quesol view point
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Siquijor has been a cherished point on the map, sitting within the central visayan region, for centuries. This island is one of the smallest in the Philippines, both in population and in land mass, and yet, it carries a grandeous and mystical personality. Even the Spaniards, during the settler period, called Siquijor “the Island of Fire”, due to the thousands of fireflies that decorate the night’s air. Beyond the Tubod beaches’ white sands, there’s much to experience, like the wondrous butterfly sanctuary near the Cang-apa village. Feelings of antiquity will only be heightened after visiting the Balete tree, a 400 year old tree, which is a known symbol of a longevity in the Philippines.

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It's frequently not working, intermittent or very slow, especially in the provinces (Palawan being the poster child for dysfunctional wi-fi). That huge caveat aside, most hotels, cafes and restaurants in touristy areas and provincical centres provide free wi-fi. For smartphone users, local SIM cards with data (4G) are easy to purchase, and data is cheap at less than P50 per day. You can still find internet cafes in most decent-sized cities. Business hotels and an increasing number of boutique hotels and hostels have computers for guests to use. Most travellers also surf the net using 3G or 4G mobile phone connections.

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