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- We often go to Tagaytay, thus this church is one of the favorite to drop by and say prayers and attend mass.
And we happen to attend 1 Misa de Gallo this year. The church decoration is so attractive, choir sings beautifully and the homily really touches my heart not to forget what Fr. Francis Miranda says that when you are going to receive the body of Christ do say Amen and avoid nodding or saying yes, it should be Amen.Written 26 December 2019This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Bell Church is a nice place where you and your friends can take pictures. I can still remember every Chinese New Year a lot of people go there and line up because they always give foods, coins, and enjoy the view of the dancing dragon. It is fun and worth it exploring the place.Written 21 February 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- I enjoyed jogging in this area since there are many trees that offer shade and vendors that offered refreshments.Written 28 April 2021This review is the subjective opinion of a Tripadvisor member and not of Tripadvisor LLC. Tripadvisor performs checks on reviews.
- Uniquely the only architecture thats different from all other historic churches in the Philippines. While inside is a typical church interior, the building cladded with steel makes it a whole lot different.Written 10 December 2019
- this is another non-negotiable tourist spot that we need to visit every time we are in baguio. a melting pot for catholics from all walks of life. it can be accessed from the session road by climbing the 100-step steep staircase. if you're not up to it, you can simply walk your way up from the post office side.
the Church has survived the japanese bombings during WW II and even the strong earthquake in 1990, proving its resilience from disasters.
the hill where it currently stands is named Kampo by the ibaloi people, the indigenous tribe that originates from the highlands of the cordillera region. this is the biggest Church of worship in baguio for Catholics.Written 3 July 2022
- First time to see this structure, nothing fancy you just go there for a photo op. I hope they open it at least near the Mansion itself, you have your guard anyway. Also an alternate point when going to Wright Park and nearby spots.Written 6 January 2022
- Don't you just love old churches? It's the nostalgic architecture that the early colonizers left in the Philippines...at least they did one good thing.
Romantic, spiritual, historical all wrapped in one. When I went I pretty much had the place to myself, which added to the spiritual vibe that I experienced.
Light a candle, say a prayer, and let your prayers be fulfilled.Written 16 June 2022
- This place is just amazing. A Unesco heritage site, it was build by the monks following plans from Europe, but incorporating the local materials. This is how you have the most amazing windows from Mother of PearlWritten 29 January 2021
- This is a small square located out the front of the Metropolitan Cathedral. There is some grass, a statue or two and some seating. Nothing particularly special but you may as well take a look when already in the area.Written 11 June 2020
- Aduana is one of the historical sites in old Manila. Old buildings that date back during the Spanish era have been restored.Written 11 April 2019
- I was fortunate to be invited to visit the new PSE location in BCG.
This was a small exchange in comparison to the NYSE in the US. At the opening of the trading day, a person from one of the brokerage houses went up to platform to ring the bell (once). The bell ringing responsibility rotates daily amongst the brokerages. The trading activity was relatively muted as most of the traders were sitting down answering phones, watching the computers to match trades or time stamping paper order confirmations.
There was a glass viewing area above the trading area which probably would give a better view of the entire floor than where I stood.
Since the trading volumes were low, the exchange does not operate for the full day. Something to keep in mind if you want to see the action in the trading floor.
Besides the trading floor, most of the other floors I visited were still undergoing construction in preparation to house the brokerages moving from the old Makati location.Written 28 November 2018
- You will most likely pass by this small plaza when exploring the Intramuros area. Basically it is a triangle shaped plaza formed by 3 streets. The focal point is the statue of King Philip II of Spain with the Aduana Building as a background. I just took some photos and moved on.Written 9 January 2019
- This is an office building in Ayala Makati. You find some shops and restaurants here. Not much of a tourist attraction.Written 15 November 2018
- A bit of the tourist trail yet easy to get off the main hwy. well worth a detour on your way to ManilaWritten 5 April 2019
- You can go inside and pray silently. Go around the church and look at the Stations of the Cross by famous artist- Manansala.
They have many masses during Sundays - 6am to 12nn and 4pm to 8pm.Written 12 December 2018
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