Mandurriao

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Mandurriao District
Distrito sang Manduryaw
City district
Skyline of Mandurriao District
Country Philippines
Region Western Visayas (Region VI)
Province Iloilo
City Iloilo City
Incorporated July 16, 1937 (as a district of Iloilo City)
Government
 • Mayor Jed Patrick Mabilog (Liberal) (Mayor of Iloilo City)
Time zone PST (UTC+8)
ZIP code 5000
Area code(s) 33
Gentilic Manduryawnon
Feast Day November 26


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Mandurriao is one of the seven districts of Iloilo City, located in the Philippines. It is bounded by Molo to the south and west, City Proper to the south and east, and La Paz to the north.[2]

The district is one of three major commercial areas in Iloilo City, the others being Molo and Jaro. Alongside the Iloilo City Diversion Road, also known as Ninoy Aquino Avenue, which passes through Mandurriao, one can see many commercial buildings, as well as billboards along the sides of the road. The largest mall in Iloilo City, SM City Iloilo, is located along the Diversion Road. Also on the Diversion Road are many stores and other businesses. The Smallville City, along with Riverside Boardwalk, &, Esplanade Walk is the newest bustling commercial and leisure park in the district filled with upscale restaurants, bars and hotels promising an emergence of a modern nightlife in Iloilo City.

Iloilo City's old domestic airport, Mandurriao Airport, is located in the district, and as such takes its name from it. With the opening of Iloilo International Airport outside of the city, the old airport is set to be converted into a new business development spearheaded by the Megaworld Corporation.[3] Iloilo Business Park,

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Coordinates: 10°43′N 122°32′E / 10.717°N 122.533°E / 10.717; 122.533