This is the magnificent century old Church of St Magdalene in Magdalena, Laguna. The church was built in its entirety in 1855. Interestingly, Emilio Jacinto, a Philippine Revolutionary Hero, was wounded, took refuge in the convent and died here. Until today, his blood stains is being preserved where […]
Laguna | The Century Old Nagcarlan Church of St Bartholomew the Apostle | Top Places To See In Laguna
This is St Bartholomew the Apostle Church in Nagcarlan, Laguna. This church was built in 1752 during the Spanish Colonial period. Story to follow.
This is Nagcarlan Underground Cemetery in Nagcarlan, Laguna. This was built in 1851 and remains to be the only underground cemetery in the Philippines until now. Story to follow.
This is St James the Apostle Church in Paete, Laguna. This century old church is filled with centuries-old wooden paintings and statues of catholic saints. It features a baroque style architecture with local styles. This is one of the most beautiful churches I have seen. Story to follow.
This is the century old Church of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Pagsajan, Laguna. Story to follow.
This is Pagsanjan Arch in Pagsanjan, Laguna. Story to follow.
The Municipality of Pila in Laguna is has been declared by the National Historical Institute as “Heritage Town”. Pila has maintained the look, the feel and the glory of its colonial past. In deed, Pila is a true heritage town. Story to follow.
This is the Archdiocesan of St. Anthony De Padua or commonly known as Pila Church located in the heritage town of Pila, Laguna. To commemorate the 350th death anniversary of the Saint In 1578, Pila Church became the Parish of St. Anthony De Padua and making it the […]
Almost virtually unknown is an underground waterfalls in the Philippines. And because I love waterfalls and I wanted to explore more about them, I decided to look for underground waterfalls. Something new, something different, something “I am the first to do it” and publish in a blog. So […]
The unassuming island province of Guimaras offers many wonders many travelers would not know because they are never known in main stream media. Personally, this is more of an advantage because people can still have the option for pristine, unspoiled and less commercialized get away. Unlike the popular […]
This is my favorite waterfalls as of yet – Sadsad Falls in Guimaras. From atop the cliff where the source is, water is shallow and thin. The source of water in this falls comes from the rocks – the waters gently burst out of the rocks forming the […]
This is the Chapel in Trappist Monastery located in the province of Guimaras. Story to follow.
This is Merloquet Falls in Zamboanga City. My love for water falls started here. Merloquet falls is 2 hours away by private ride from Zamboanga City and the hike to the falls is about 20 minutes. Merloquet falls has 2 cascades and its lower cascade provides the magnificent […]
Tawi-Tawi is the southernmost province of the Philippines. It is even closer to Malaysia than the nearest Philippine City of Isabela in Basilan. Tawi-Tawi is perhaps a strange tourist destination among many Filipinos and foreigners alike not because of the present military problems in the area as brought […]
This is Tinuy-an Falls in Bislig City, Surigao Del Sur. Tinuy-an Falls is the Philippines’ widest waterfalls measuring a little more than 80 feet in width. The cascading water forms like a giant curtain amidst the forest. Many say that this waterfalls if Philippines’ own version of Niagara […]
This is Marinduque’s oldest standing building – the century old Boac Cathedral. Boac Cathedral has served in several instances as the refuge of the people of Marinduque. People attribute many miracles here hence, this Cathedral is dedicated to “Mahal Na Birhen Ng Biglang Awa” Story to follow.
This is Rizal House or Bahay Ni Rizal in Calamba, Laguna. Bahay Ni Rizal is a reconstruction of the original house of Philippine’s National Hero – Dr. Jose Rizal. Story to follow.