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DUTY FREE PHILIPPINES now open at the Iloilo International Airport

A little more than a year after international flights to and from Hongkong and Singapore have opened for the Ilonggo travelers, Duty Free Philippines complemented this by opening a duty free shop right at the Iloilo International Airport in Cabatuan, Iloilo.  (Where to stay in Iloilo)
(From Skyscrapercity Iloilo )
Opening yesterday, Dec. 2, 2013, this is the third Duty Free Store on the island of Panay after Kalibo and Caticlan, both serving the top Philippine tourist destination - Boracay. (Dinagyang 2014 Guide)
Duty Free Philippines - Iloilo is open from 430am to 800pm. It is located just outside the arrival area of the airport. (What to do in Iloilo)

Photos courtesy of DUTY FREE Philippines Facebook Page

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