Liliw is classified as a 4th class municipality in the province of Laguna, Philippines. It is 62.6 kilometers (38.9 miles) from my hometown, Pasig City. It is bordered on the northwest by Sta. Cruz; northeast by Magdalena; east by Majayjay, on the west by Nagcarlan; and south by Dolores, Quezon.
Aside from the sizeable footwear industry where neatly lined-up modest to contemporary stalls along Gat Tayaw Street is eye-catching, Liliw is equally famous for its cold water spring resorts and native homemade delicacies like uraro, ube, pastillas, buko pie, espasol, lambanog, kesong puti, and etc..
|A giant slipper display in Gat Tayaw Plaza, Liliw town proper|
Footwear stalls sell different designs of slippers, shoes, sandals and handbags that suit your individual style. They have assortment of footwear fit for any occasions. Prices range from as low as P40.00, or the pang-masa offer of “3 for P100.00″ to even the most expensive ones depending on style and material. You might have doubt or second thought about the design, quality and durability, Liliw footwear products conform with the cooperatives' mandated standard and can equal with the worlds’ celebrated signature collections.
|Gat Tayaw Street lined with footwear stalls and commercial establishments|
|Along Gat Taway Street|
|Sweety in front of one fancy stall|
|The "3 for P100.00" bargain|
|The Gat Tayaw Plaza|
|The St. John the Baptist Church|
|A street sign along Gat Tayaw Street indicating the next town and province|