Cabatuan, the town worth stopping by.

Built in 1834, San Nicholas de Tolentino Parish Church is Tuscanic made of baked bricks and is one of the most beautiful churches in the Philippines. (Wikipedia)
The gigantic Church is the only existing church in Iloilo which has three façades. (Wikipedia)
Its twin belfries capped with cream-colored domes are considered to be one of the best in the Philippines. (Wikipedia)
The church was given the title “Model of Temples” since it was the best representation of European architecture on the Philippine islands during the Spanish era. In 1948, the church was partially damaged by an earthquake which ruined four of its belfries, two of its façade pediments and the central dome. In the early 1990s the church was restored back to its present grandeur. (Wikipedia)
‘La Iglesia de San Nicolas de Tolentino’ (Wikipedia)
The big leaf arch of a “paklang” of banana in the plaza.
This screen grab from google map shows the location of the Municipality of Cabatuan from Iloilo City (south) towards the town of Calinog (north).