Philippines // Northern Luzon //

Eating, drinking and nightlife

There are some good restaurants in Laoag, while for cheap local dishes you could try the food court tucked away behind a white building close to the Shell station on Rizal Avenue. The local version of the empanada is more famous than Vigan’s, with a thicker crust and orange in colour. Laoag has more in the way of nightlife than many other cities in Luzon.

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