The place affronts the historical Molo Church where St. Pedro Calungsod is said to have started his ministry as a parishioner. Another bit of history: Molo once became the seat of the Philippine Government outside Manila. It is also the place where Pancit Molo originated since it used to be the haven of Chinese-Filipino communities.
The white mansion has been renovated and re-opened during APEC season in Iloilo. Right now, it functions as a tourist destination as well as a one-stop-shop for Iloilo products and souvenir items.
Handicraft to make you and your loved ones smile
Simple and classic “I Love Iloilo” bags and pouches
Everything for everyone (Photos credit to Lucyl Gatmaitan)
So, if you are just a bit tardy to look for items for everyone in the family, just visit Yusay-Consing Mansion—almost everything is there, though items come a little pricey.
Source: Bangero, H. (2016). Iloilo Delicacies and Pasalubong You Shouldn’t Miss. https://yoorekka.com/magazine/2016/06/30/iloilo-pasalubong-and-souvenir-shops-you-shouldnt-miss/