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Memorable place. No, I'm not talking about the view,etc., although that could be included too. I am talking about the nighttime in this place. As I know, this place is adjacent to another park, which is the city hall I think, and well, it's like...More
The Madonna of Japan is a symbol of peace and friendship between the Filipinos and the Japanese people. This monument was erected in the memory of the brave soldiers who fought and died in this battle field. There is no entrance fee. Situated at Kanhuraw...More
Nice serene spot, lovely view of the bay. Pretty, peaceful, memorial garden, but not much to really see or do there. Quite small.
Unfortunately lots of litter there too
Easy to get to and a nice spot to sit down though. I liked it!
The place is supposedly a sort of a peace remembrance between Japan and the Philippines, both countries engaged in a war from 1941 to 1944. Anyway, the park is not well maintained and has become a sort of a place where poor couples who could...More
This historical place has been well known for young couples hiding in the bushes and doing some dirty deeds. Its a shame because it destroys the beauty of the place. I hope there will be changes and more security in this place soon.
My kids and I always enjoyed this quiet space beside LGU Tacloban city . Best at sunrise and one can view Cancabato bay from the top . Very few frequesnt this reflection nook . best with a bicycle at the foot of the park ....More
Now this was a weird place, for some reasons. By the time I came here, I was intrigued with the name of the statue, how Japan got involved, and what was the purpose of erecting such landmark in this part of the Visayas. The place...More