Iloilo is well known for its Dinagyang Festival – the annual celebration held every fourth Sunday of January to honor the Sto. Niño and celebrate the arrival of Malay settlers – and the song-like melody of their language, Hiligaynon. Not only that, it is blessed with a lot of ancient Spanish churches, each offering it’s own unique features. However, the province of Iloilo, is also blessed with a lot of natural beauty, and one place where visual feasts can be found is in Concepcion, which is a town 2-3 hours away from the city.Bulubadiangan Island (variously Bolobadiangan island or Bulubadiangan Islet) is a privately owned island in northeastern Iloilo, Philippines. It is part of barangay Polopińa, Concepcion. The Sandbar Island Beach Resort on Bulubadiangan is moderately known within the Philippines.