The Miag-ao Church was built in 1786 by Spanish Augustinian missionaries and was declared as part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site “Baroque Churches of the Philippines” in 1993. (more…)
The Miag-ao campus of the University of the Philippines Visayas (UPV) spreads out over 12 km² on the outskirts of the town proper. (more…)
The official theme of Miagao’s 296th Foundation Anniversary & Salakayan Festival 2012 is: “Ugyon, Miagaowanon!”. Ugyon is the Karay-a/Hiligaynon word, in the imperative tense, for unite.