Tacloban or referred to as Tacloban City. It is a very urbanization city and first-class in the Philippines. It functions as a regional center of the Eastern Visayas region. The city is autonomous from the Leyte region, although it serves as the provincial capital. Tacloban has a population of 242,089 and makes it the most populous city in Eastern Visayas according to the census in 2015. The city is located 580 kilometers southeast of Manila.
The busiest month for tourism in Tacloban, Philippines in April, followed by February and March. Prices for hotels and flights will be most expensive in these months, though you can save if you buy well in advance. Travelers are unlikely to visit Tacloban in October. Those who are willing to visit in these times may find the least expensive month. Tourists can enjoy and know more about Tacloban culture when it comes to visiting Tacloban during the festive hours. One of the festivals held was the Creative Minister. Pintados Kesadyaan is celebrated every 29th June and this event lasts for one month. Kasadyaan Pintados is a march organized to commemorate the courage of Filipinos during the Spanish occupation. Besides, the Sangyaw Festival, this event involves every member of the community and there are several events held. The Sangyaw Festival is a march organized on the Tacloban streets attended by tribes, and accompanied by dancing ladies on the streets of colorful costumes and accessories. There are competitions for street dance and awards are awarded for the best costumes, best music and grand champion Sangyaw Festival.
Labo Airport - Labo Airport is an airport located in Labo, Ozamiz. It is also known as Ozamiz Airport among the locals and got its name from the area where it is located. It is the only airport in the province of Misamis Occidental, Philippines and serves the general area of the city of Ozamiz including the nearest cities like Oroquieta and Tangub. To go in and out of the airport is easy because there are many types of transportation available at Labo Airport for the visitors.
Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport - The airport is also known as Tacloban City Airport. It is an airport serving Tacloban common areas. The airport is the main entrance of Manila and Cebu to the Eastern Region of the Visayas in the Middle East of the Philippines. It is classified as a major Class 1 airport by the Philippine Civil Aviation Authority. Daniel Z. Romualdez Airport is ranked eighth as the busiest field and the third fastest growing airport in terms of passenger numbers in the Philippines until 2017. The airport gets its name from the former head of the House of Representatives of the Philippines, Daniel Z. Romualdez. It is one of the two airports in the Philippines named after members of the Romualdez family, and the other is Imelda R. Marcos Airport in the Dead after Imelda Romualdez-Marcos.
Tacloban has a tropical rainforest climate, also known as the equatorial climate. Tropical rainforest climate is a tropical climate where no dry season has no summer or winter season. It is usually hot and wet throughout the year. The average temperature for the year in Tacloban is 31.1 degrees Celsius.