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Private Half-Day Tagaytay Tour from Manila
"The city of Tagaytay is located on a ridge 2250 feet above sea level. It is about 2 hours leisurely drive south of Manila passing small towns orchards fruit stalls and coconut plantations. Admire the magnificent views offered of Taal Volcano a small volcano whose crater houses another volcano and the quiet surroundings of Taal Lake. The majestic view can be enjoyed from a vantage point along the ridge. After enjoying a native refreshment visit the world’s famous Bamboo Organ of Las Pinas Church and the Jeepney Factory.Tour is inclusive of a complimentary round trip transfers (for hotels located within Manila or Makati area only)
From $108.00
 
Manila Super Saver: Manila Sightseeing plus Tagaytay Tour with Taal Volcano
"Morning: Tagaytay TourAfter pickup from your Manila hotel your guide will take you on 1-hour drive to the picturesque city of Tagaytay located on a ridge 2250 feet (686 meters) above sea level.When you arrive visit Palace in the Sky the ‘rest house’ of former President Ferdinand Marcos. Admire gorgeous panoramic views of Taal Lake which surrounds Taal Volcano
From $118.00
 
Tagaytay and Taal Volcano Day Trip from Manila
"Head over to the island by boat where a trekking guide will lead you on a hike to conquer the mountain. A complex volcano of crater lakes and tuff cones Taal is part of the Pacific Ring of Fire. Admire the expanse of sulfuric water where paraws kayaks and banana boats are available to rent. If you fancy seeing Taal from a different perspective you will have the option to rent horses.You will also visit the Palace in the Sky built for former president Marcos
From $175.00

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DON'T FORGET TO LOOK UP

Look up when you visit Las Pinas Church.Why? To see the chandelier !The chandeliers are made from capiz, a shell from the sea.In the olden days capiz shells were also used for windows as it was...
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RETRI GRILL & BISTRO

Retri Grill & Bar is the newest kid to join the block. A neighborhood style restobar with a laid back atmosphere located in the very heart of BF Resort Las Pinas. Rising along Gloria Diaz Street ,...
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THE ADORATION CHAPEL

Between St. Joseph's Parish Church and the museum you will find the Adoration Chapel, a place of worship where believers go to worship Jesus Christ who is believed by Catholics to be present Body,...
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JESUS AND THE TWO THIEFS

In the museum of Las pInas Church you can see the two convicts that were crucified each side of Jesus. Although the scriptures don’t mention their names they are commonly referred to as Dismas and...
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FITTING IN TO THE NEIGHBORHOOD

Opposite Las Pinas church is one of the nicest police stations I have seen in the country. It is constructed in an old style with a balcony on the second floor. The fire station is also in the...
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A TINY PLAZA

Opposite Las Pinas church are steps leading up to Plaza Rizal, and a statue of Jose Rizal stands by the steps. Senator Manny Villar recently helped restore the plaza. The plaza itself is not much to...
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THE ACADEMY IS NEXT TO THE CHURCH

St. Joseph’s Academy is in the grounds of Las Pinas Church and is the oldest Catholic education institution in Paranaque. Inspired by St. Joseph, its patron the academy tries to educate the pupils...
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SMOKERS, YOU HAVE A PATRON SAINT !!!!

Saint Ezekiel Moreno y Diaz was born in La Rioja, Spain bu became a missionary in the Philippines. The chair which he sat upon at the Las Pinas Bamboo Church can be seen in the church’s museum along...
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LAS PENAS OR LAS PINAS

In the museum of Las Pinas Church the old original bell is on display with an inscription which Las Penas is mentioned indicating that the town was called thus back in 1820, during the days of Father...
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WHAT HAPPENED TO THE OLD CONVENT ?

Next to Las Pinas Church is Antillan House which used to be an old Spanish Convent which now serves as the entrance to the Bamboo Organ Foundation where you can find a museum, Souvenir shop and the...
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THE BAPTISTERY AND THE PEWS

It is worth pointing out that the pews are mostly made of bamboo which has been cut carefully and polished, and only the frames are made from quality wood. The stone baptistery is near the altar and...
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NOBODY HAS AN ORGAN QUITE LIKE THIS ONE

Father Diego Cera started building this bamboo organ in 1816 before the church was St. Joseph's Parish was completed and finished his task in 1824. The organ was made entirely of bamboo except for...
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THE BAMBOO ORGAN CHURCH

St. Joseph’s Parish Church is known as the Las Pinas Bamboo Organ Church or just Las Pinas Church which was constructed from 1795 to 1816. Before then there was a church on the site made of native...
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STATUE OF FRAY DIEGO CERA DE LA VIRGEN DEL CARMEN

As you enter the compound of St. Joseph’s Parish Church you will come across an interesting statue of Father Diego Cera, which was inaugurated as recently as July 1995, coinciding with the church’s...
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