Silversea Luxury Cruises To VIGAN SALOMAGUE PORT

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Vigan, the capital of the Province of Ilocos Sur, is located on the west coast of Luzon Island. It has the most intact examples of a planned Spanish colonial town in Asia, which was established in the 16th century. Vigan’s location at the river delta of the Abra River along the north-western coastline of the main island of Luzon, made this an important trading post before the colonial era. View more

The city’s architecture reflects the melding of cultural elements from within the Philippines and China region with those of Europe and Mexico. This combination has created a unique culture and townscape unique within East and South-East Asia. The City is unique for having preserved much of its Hispanic colonial character and historic urban lay out.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.

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HONG KONG To SINGAPORE
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    Jan 04 2021
  • Duration
    22 Days
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    Silver Spirit
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HONG KONG To HONG KONG
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    Jan 04 2021
  • Duration
    12 Days
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    Silver Spirit
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MANILA To HONG KONG
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    Jan 10 2021
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    6 Days
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    Silver Spirit
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HONG KONG To HONG KONG
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    Jan 19 2022
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Excursions in VIGAN SALOMAGUE PORT

Badoc Historical Landmarks & Relax at the Beach with Lunch

Visit the historical places of Badoc Ilocos Norte during this extended half-day excursion with lunch at the beach.


Badoc Town, Juan Luna Shrine & St. John the Baptist Parish Church

Depart from the pier for approximately 30-minute drive to Badoc Town. Badoc is a coastal municipality in the province of Ilocos Norte. In 1571, when the Spanish conquistadors had Manila more or less under their control, they began looking for new sites to conquer. As they sailed along the coast, they were surprised to see numerous sheltered coves (looc) where the locals lived in harmony. As a result, they named the region Ylocos and its people Ylocanos.


Badoc is most known for being the birthplace of the very popular Filipino personality, Juan Luna. It is here that the Juan Luna Shrine which houses mostly the reproductions of his precious artworks can be found. The Shrine is the reconstructed two storey ancestral house of the Luna brothers: the painter Juan Luna, the revolutionary general Antonio Luna, and the violinist Manuel Luna. Built in the typical middle class fashion, the house was burned down in 1861 and was rebuilt using clay bricks and molave wood. Antique lovers will definitely find joy stepping into this abode with the abundance of antique displays around, including a 120-year old 4-posted bed that Juan Luna himself used.


Also known as Badoc Church, St. John the Baptist Parish Church was constructed in 1591. At present, the church houses the miraculous statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary venerated under the title Virgin of Miracles, the 400-year old imagery of the Virgin Mary found in a floating box by some fishermen back in the 17th century and believed to be a miracle for many pilgrims of the town. The celebrated Philippine painter Juan Luna was baptized in Badoc Church on 27 October 1857.


Playa Tropical Resort, Relaxation and Lunch

After your visits, take up north to Playa Tropical Resort by approximately 30 minute drive. Enjoy the heat of the sun while having a view of the West Philippine Sea. Lunch is served at the resort.


After lunch drive for approximately 60 minutes back to the pier.

Batac City & Laoag City with Filipino Lunch

Explore the National Cultural Treasures of the Heritage of Northern Philippines during your full-day excursion with local lunch.


Batac City, Museum and Mausoleum

Depart from the pier for approximately 60-minute drive to Batac City. Batac City is known as the Home of Great Leaders. Most popular would be Former President Ferdinand E. Marcos, 10th President of the Philippines from 1965 to 1986. Others were Gregorio Aglipay, the first Filipino Supreme Bishop of the Philippine Independent Church and Artemio Ricarte, a Filipino General during the Philippine Revolution and the Philippine-American War considered as the "Father of the Philippine Army." Here, visit the Museum and Mausoleum dedicated to the Former President Ferdinand Marcos in Batac. It is where the glass-entombed, preserved corpse of the former President is found and also holds the memorabilla of the late President all from his service career.


Laoag City Walking Tour, Aurora Park, Tobacco Market, Sinking Bell Tower, St.Williams Cathedral

Afterwards, drive for approximately 30 minutes to Laoag City. Start the walking tour right in the middle of Laoag city, at the Aurora park, which is home to the Tobacco Marker, the fountain and the Laoag sign, along with great views of the Capitol building. From this nice little park, walk just another two blocks and visit the Sinking Bell Tower. The bell tower is one of the landmarks of Spanish colony in the Philippines. The tower has earned its "sinking" reputation because it is so heavy and it was built on sandy foundations that it has been consistently sinking into the ground. The legend says that when the bell tower was newly built, a person on horseback could enter the tower, but nowadays a person with normal height has to bend first just to pass through the entrance.


Paoay Church & Filipino Lunch at Fort Ilocandia

After a local Filipino lunch at Fort Ilocandia proceeding another couple of blocks further, reach the Paoay Church. The Saint Augustine Church, commonly known as the Paoay Church, is a Roman Catholic church. Completed in 1710, the church is famous for its distinct architecture highlighted by the enormous buttresses on the sides and back of the building. It is declared as a National Cultural Treasure by the Philippine government in 1973 and a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1993. The adaptive reuse of baroque style against earthquake is developed since many destructive earthquakes destroyed earlier churches in the country. The walls are made of large coral stones on the lower part and bricks at the upper levels. The mortar used in the church includes sand and lime with sugarcane juice boiled with mango leaves, leather and rice straw.


Your tour concludes with approximately 60 minutes back to the pier.

Exploring Vigan, the Spanish Colonial Town in Asia

Visit the historical places of Badoc Ilocos Norte during this extended half-day excursion with lunch at the beach.


Badoc Town, Juan Luna Shrine & St. John the Baptist Parish Church

Depart from the pier for approximately 30-minute drive to Badoc Town. Badoc is a coastal municipality in the province of Ilocos Norte. In 1571, when the Spanish conquistadors had Manila more or less under their control, they began looking for new sites to conquer. As they sailed along the coast, they were surprised to see numerous sheltered coves (looc) where the locals lived in harmony. As a result, they named the region Ylocos and its people Ylocanos.


Badoc is most known for being the birthplace of the very popular Filipino personality, Juan Luna. It is here that the Juan Luna Shrine which houses mostly the reproductions of his precious artworks can be found. The Shrine is the reconstructed two storey ancestral house of the Luna brothers: the painter Juan Luna, the revolutionary general Antonio Luna, and the violinist Manuel Luna. Built in the typical middle class fashion, the house was burned down in 1861 and was rebuilt using clay bricks and molave wood. Antique lovers will definitely find joy stepping into this abode with the abundance of antique displays around, including a 120-year old 4-posted bed that Juan Luna himself used.


Also known as Badoc Church, St. John the Baptist Parish Church was constructed in 1591. At present, the church houses the miraculous statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary venerated under the title Virgin of Miracles, the 400-year old imagery of the Virgin Mary found in a floating box by some fishermen back in the 17th century and believed to be a miracle for many pilgrims of the town. The celebrated Philippine painter Juan Luna was baptized in Badoc Church on 27 October 1857.


Playa Tropical Resort, Relaxation and Lunch

After your visits, take up north to Playa Tropical Resort by approximately 30 minute drive. Enjoy the heat of the sun while having a view of the West Philippine Sea. Lunch is served at the resort.


After lunch drive for approximately 60 minutes back to the pier.

Ilocos heritage Discovery

Visit the historical places of Badoc Ilocos Norte during this extended half-day excursion with lunch at the beach.


Badoc Town, Juan Luna Shrine & St. John the Baptist Parish Church

Depart from the pier for approximately 30-minute drive to Badoc Town. Badoc is a coastal municipality in the province of Ilocos Norte. In 1571, when the Spanish conquistadors had Manila more or less under their control, they began looking for new sites to conquer. As they sailed along the coast, they were surprised to see numerous sheltered coves (looc) where the locals lived in harmony. As a result, they named the region Ylocos and its people Ylocanos.


Badoc is most known for being the birthplace of the very popular Filipino personality, Juan Luna. It is here that the Juan Luna Shrine which houses mostly the reproductions of his precious artworks can be found. The Shrine is the reconstructed two storey ancestral house of the Luna brothers: the painter Juan Luna, the revolutionary general Antonio Luna, and the violinist Manuel Luna. Built in the typical middle class fashion, the house was burned down in 1861 and was rebuilt using clay bricks and molave wood. Antique lovers will definitely find joy stepping into this abode with the abundance of antique displays around, including a 120-year old 4-posted bed that Juan Luna himself used.


Also known as Badoc Church, St. John the Baptist Parish Church was constructed in 1591. At present, the church houses the miraculous statue of the Blessed Virgin Mary venerated under the title Virgin of Miracles, the 400-year old imagery of the Virgin Mary found in a floating box by some fishermen back in the 17th century and believed to be a miracle for many pilgrims of the town. The celebrated Philippine painter Juan Luna was baptized in Badoc Church on 27 October 1857.


Playa Tropical Resort, Relaxation and Lunch

After your visits, take up north to Playa Tropical Resort by approximately 30 minute drive. Enjoy the heat of the sun while having a view of the West Philippine Sea. Lunch is served at the resort.


After lunch drive for approximately 60 minutes back to the pier.

Laoag City Walking Tour & Free Time

Explore the National Cultural Treasures of the Heritage of Northern Philippines during your half-day excursion with free time.


Laoag City Walking Tour, Aurora Park, Tobacco Market, Sinking Bell Tower, St.Williams Cathedral

Depart from the pier for approximately 75 minutes to Laoag City. Start the walking tour right in the middle of Laoag city, at the Aurora park, which is home to the Tobacco Marker, the fountain and the Laoag sign, along with great views of the Capitol building. From this nice little park, walk just another two blocks and visit the Sinking Bell Tower. The bell tower is one of the landmarks of Spanish colony in the Philippines. The tower has earned its "sinking" reputation because it is so heavy and it was built on sandy foundations that it has been consistently sinking into the ground. The legend says that when the bell tower was newly built, a person on horseback could enter the tower, but nowadays a person with normal height has to bend first just to pass through the entrance.


Free time & Ice-Cream

Your tour concludes with approximately 75 minutes back to the pier.

Paoay Sand Dunes by 4x4

Explore the National Cultural Treasures of the Heritage of Northern Philippines during your half-day excursion with free time.


Laoag City Walking Tour, Aurora Park, Tobacco Market, Sinking Bell Tower, St.Williams Cathedral

Depart from the pier for approximately 75 minutes to Laoag City. Start the walking tour right in the middle of Laoag city, at the Aurora park, which is home to the Tobacco Marker, the fountain and the Laoag sign, along with great views of the Capitol building. From this nice little park, walk just another two blocks and visit the Sinking Bell Tower. The bell tower is one of the landmarks of Spanish colony in the Philippines. The tower has earned its "sinking" reputation because it is so heavy and it was built on sandy foundations that it has been consistently sinking into the ground. The legend says that when the bell tower was newly built, a person on horseback could enter the tower, but nowadays a person with normal height has to bend first just to pass through the entrance.


Free time & Ice-Cream

Your tour concludes with approximately 75 minutes back to the pier.

Vigan City Walking Tour & Free Time

Explore the National Cultural Treasures of the Heritage of Northern Philippines during your half-day excursion with free time.


Laoag City Walking Tour, Aurora Park, Tobacco Market, Sinking Bell Tower, St.Williams Cathedral

Depart from the pier for approximately 75 minutes to Laoag City. Start the walking tour right in the middle of Laoag city, at the Aurora park, which is home to the Tobacco Marker, the fountain and the Laoag sign, along with great views of the Capitol building. From this nice little park, walk just another two blocks and visit the Sinking Bell Tower. The bell tower is one of the landmarks of Spanish colony in the Philippines. The tower has earned its "sinking" reputation because it is so heavy and it was built on sandy foundations that it has been consistently sinking into the ground. The legend says that when the bell tower was newly built, a person on horseback could enter the tower, but nowadays a person with normal height has to bend first just to pass through the entrance.


Free time & Ice-Cream

Your tour concludes with approximately 75 minutes back to the pier.

An Introduction to Silversea Cruises

The romance of the seas, small ship sizes and intimate atmosphere, Silversea has long been a leader in the ultra-luxury market. Travelling to both iconic and secluded ports, Silversea’s award-winning itineraries inspire wanderlust and exploration. With over 900 destinations, longer port stays and more late-night departures than ever before, even the savviest traveler will find something new. A butler for every suite, a complimentary in-suite bar stocked with your preferences, all-inclusive exquisite dining, award-winning onboard entertainment and an unparalleled space to guest ratio all contribute to the Silversea experience. Not forgetting our famed Italian hospitality, where new faces become old friends. Bienvenuti a bordo.