There is so much to see in Argao that one day will not be enough to appreciate it.
Of course, there is this old church in Argao, the St. Michael the Archangel Parish with classic paintings in its ceilings made by famous artists Canuto Avila and Reynaldo Francia. It also has an old pipe organ inside.
And oh by the way, Argao got its name from this tree Sali-Argaw which is also seen inside the walled Pueblo.
Argao is known for its torta which is still prepared in traditional ovens and made up of tuba, eggs, and margarine among some of the ingredients.
I did not even mention the well known spots in Argao like the balay sa Agta and many more.
I look forward to have more time exploring Argao. I know that each year there is already a Gabii sa Kabilin version in Argao and Sibonga and it would be a nice opportunity to revisit Argao. Perhaps also I will try boating there.