Lazi Church

Lazi, Siquijor

San Isidro Labrador Parish Church, Iglesia Parroquial de San Isidro Labrador, commonly known as Lazi Church, is a Roman Catholic church in the municipality of Lazi, Siquijor, Philippines within the jurisdiction of the Diocese of Dumaguete. It became an independent parish in 1857 under the advocacy of Saint Isidore the Laborer.

Lazi Church News

  • Siquijor A Tourist Trap

    Siquijor A Tourist Trap

    The mystical Siquijor Island has always been on the list for travel bugs. It's affordable, accessible, and you can buy love potions (joke!). The island has always been known for many as a place you don't want to mess with, given that there were hearsays about witchcraft and all but hey! Siquijor is a lot more than that!

    Siquijor island is the 3rd smallest province in the Philippines. It was known as Isla del fuego (land of fire) because the island always has a mystical glow at night due to hundreds of fireflies swarming around trees.

    There were a lot of things to do and a lot of places t ...

  • Dumaguete-Siquijor 2016 Where To Stay And What To Do Around Siquijor

    Dumaguete-Siquijor 2016 Where To Stay And What To Do Around Siquijor

    Siquijor's charm can be attributed not only to its pristine beaches but also to its laidback way of life and small-town feel. According to some of the locals I met during my visit, there are times during the year when the number of tourists in the island even exceeds the number of locals who actually reside here. There are several resorts and inns in the area catering to different types of travelers. As for things to do, there are actually a lot more than just beaches here.

    Where to Stay in Siquijor: JJ's Backpacker Inn

    I only stayed overnight in the island. And since I'd read good onlin ...

  • Siquijor Island Tour 2016 Cambugahay Falls Balete Tree

    Siquijor Island Tour 2016.

    Location:
    - Capilay Spring Park
    - Century Old Balete Tree
    - Lazi Church
    - Cambugahay Falls

  • What To See And Do In Siquijor

    What To See And Do In Siquijor

    Siquijor is commonly associated with the mystic traditions of the island but I don't think it's true. Some of my friends believe rumours easily so they're missing a lot about the island. It's just an island. But I guess it's a good thing. Less people, less pollution.

    TRANSPORTATION:

    • There are no direct flights going to Siquijor. You have to board a 1.5hour plane ride bound for Dumaguete City then take a 2-hour ferry going to Siquijor.
    • From the Sibulan Airport (Dumaguete City), you can hire a tricycle going to Dumaguete Port.
    • Dumaguete Port, not Sibulan Port. The latter is t ...

  • Looking For A New Destination Consider Lazi Siquijor

    Looking For A New Destination Consider Lazi Siquijor

    If you've been to Boracay, Palawan, and other top attractions in the Philippines, you're probably looking for a destination that's not too crowded with tourists and has a quiet ambiance. If this is the case, you won't go wrong with choosing Lazi, a municipality in Siquijor. Lazi isn't as popular as other tourist hotspots in the country, but it's the perfect choice if you want to have a relaxed and laid-back vacation under the sun.

    What to Do

    Lazi has its own beach, which means you can spend most of your trip swimming, getting a tan, and enjoying the blue skies and fresh air. If this gets ...

  • Siquijor Tour Part 5

    Siquijor Tour Part 5

    The pier was very easy to find. Hiring motorcycles in Dumaguete is also very easy. We paid Php 8 each from Gabby's to the port.

    There we booked a ticket for Siquijor which cost us just Php 125 each. It was a one hour ride via fast craft (ferry). We took the 12:30 trip and we arrived at 1:30pm. (timely!)

    I've read about hiring tricycles for a "coastal tour" or a "mountain tour", the latter is more expensive as it covers more ground. There were A LOT of people offering us their services??" van and tricycle but the lot of them got us more confused. Finally, we were told that the usual pric ...