Things to Do in Cavite Province

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  • Sonny_circumvehor
    Toledo, OH1,370 contributions
    3.0 of 5 bubbles
    Charge for everything.. including the bathroom.. take the jeepney, it is a rough walk up the road.. the view isn't as nice as it is from the actual park, so it's just a360 view, it's not really a view of Tagaytay.

    A few souvenir shops, and a lady renting binoculars..

    Just your typical rip off the tourist place.. including the guy trying to guide you into parking even he eats a tip.= WPP
    Written August 20, 2023
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  • Reinell Gem T
    4 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Newly renovated with
    -working airconditioning
    -working elevator
    -free parking
    -friendly and knowledgeable staff
    -amazing view
    -great outdoor sculpture garden
    -unique glass sculptures and art pieces
    -art works by renowned national artists
    -fun and insipiring experience
    Written October 21, 2023
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  • BalkrishnaShroff
    Mumbai, India23,735 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    It is located about 50 km south of Manila. It is the perfect place for family and friends picnics. There is a lot of greenary all around There is also a small zipline and horse riding facilities. One can also go for eco-trail which is made of boardwalk and wooden bridges.. It is the nearest place from where one can see Taal Lake and might Taal Volcano.
    The entry fee is 75 pesos and 300 pesos for zipline. It's open daily from 7 to 7 and on Saturdays full day.
    Written October 26, 2023
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  • Ann P
    Southampton, UK94 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Left Manila early to try and catch the mass but it was already finished when we arrived. Managed to go in the church and pray. Lots of people but the place is still solemn. Photos are not allowed inside. It was a nice visit.
    Written November 5, 2023
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  • baroom
    Mississauga, Canada2,835 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We were in Tagaytay with family friends on Mon, Jun 5, and after a shoe emergency stop at Ayala Malls Serin post-lunch, we continued our DIY day visit by heading to Tierra De Maria. It was raining when our rental van driver dropped us off at the gates so I only took a couple of photos of the huge Mother Mary statues outside before we all rushed indoors. The non air-conditioned chapel is small but there were not a lot of visitors at the time so we got to look around, take photos, say a quick prayer and sit quietly. My friend even wrote prayer-wishes to drop inside the wish box. Instead of an altar, there is a life-size crucifix at the front. There are many other religious statues inside, properly identified, with laminated prayers in English next to them. There is a store beside the chapel which sells religious gifts such as rosaries, cross necklaces, figurines, etc. We only stayed here for 30 mins.
    Written September 30, 2023
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  • Balabac Palawan
    Manila, Philippines14 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Hiked Mt Pico De Loro for 3 times already. First was in 2016 before DENR closed it. Second and third time was after the reopening this 2023. We love going here because it's very close to the city. The management is also very organized. It's a protected area so you need to book your hiking slot, and walk ins are not permitted. this makes the hike very pleasant esp. because there's not a lot of hikers on the trail. We only need to pay 200 per person entrance fee, and 500 for the mandatory guide fee for up to a group of 5 people. This is fair enough, as they make sure the guests are safe (they have radio), and the trail is not abused. Unlike other mountains near Cavite like Batulao which the local govt has made very expensive to hike.

    Will definitely be back here again.
    Written June 22, 2023
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  • YuppieLionheart
    Philippines490 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    The entrance is free so you should not miss to visit Aguinaldo Shrine if ever you are in the area. It's a good place to learn about history.
    Written May 24, 2023
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  • Mary Jane S
    1 contribution
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    Very nice and good. The lobby is big and nice, the room is clean, Great staycation for family and friends, And also the view of rooms is so good.
    Written April 16, 2024
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  • Marzzzz
    6 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    Amazing and very informative coming from the tour guide. The puzzles been done for ages was really amazing done by 1 person.
    Written March 3, 2023
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  • Invertebrate
    Plano, TX17 contributions
    5.0 of 5 bubbles
    After watching numerous of the WW-2 movies about Corregidor "Cry Havoc", and "They were Expendable" with John Wayne; I decided to make a visit to the Island of Corregidor in June 2019. My interest was seeing the island where history was made and the neighboring Bataan Peninsula. I had certain places that I wanted to see on the island. The ferry from Manila docked at Corregidor at the north dock. This is the exact dock that Lt JG John Bulkeley on PT-41 transported Gen Douglas MacArthur and his family to Mindanao in 1942. The dock is constructed of concrete with rebar and you can see where it has been repaired numerous times from the war damage of both sides. But, I wanted to walk to the end of it slowly and look back at the island to see what Gen MacArthur must have seen and felt when he stepped onto the PT boat. From the end of the dock you can see Cavite and Mariveles. The trams that give the tour are rapid paced so I was unable to spend much time near the islands north dock. My next point of interest was the Malinta Tunnel east entrance. Good tour but the tunnel is darkened for the video effects and many tripping hazards from old rail tracks down the middle. If you tour try to be near the front so you can hear the tour guide. My interest from the 3rd tunnel lateral on the north side from the east entrance. This was the Headquarters lateral for MacArthur and Gen Wainwright. Several of the Laterals have life-sized people and scenes to exhibit the events of the time. The experience is heighten by the flash and thunder of simulated bomb explosions, the soft hushed murmurs of people talking. Wish I had more time in the tunnel itself, but it is a tour in and out . Lunch for the tour was on the Islands only hotel, it was very very hot day the restaurant and loads of cold water and a buffet type food After I attempted to follow the Bataan Death March route from Mariveles back to Angeles City, it is not well marked and the road is under reconstruction. I want to go back and attempt that route after doing more research and putting some Lat's and Longs into my Garmin. "When I return", I want to spend a night on the islands hotel and see in more detail what is called TOPSIDE. This place was on my bucket list and it was emotional to walk where the US soldiers were from December 1941 till March 1942. The tour guide had excellent knowledge of the island and the period in history that I was interested in.
    Written May 17, 2020
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  • GlobetrotterJ16
    Seoul, South Korea2,038 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    A very small and basic Ayala mall, not much to do or see there, has the usual suspects in terms of fast food joints and Starbucks, as well as a limited array of basic shops. Big plus is the Waltermart supermarket, decent size, good selection. Unless one has to go there to get something really no point to go there just for window shopping as nothing to see.
    Written November 8, 2022
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  • Nico Ang
    Las Pinas, Philippines167 contributions
    4.0 of 5 bubbles
    We were originally planning on walking to the destination since it's just about 3 miles from where we are staying but the weather did not permit us to do so. Tip #1, The Gingerbread House (TGH) is much better when the sun is out and about. It's not so bad overall even with the rain, but leisure walking is better done when the land is dry and the air is not so cold.

    Tip #2, bring kids when the quarantine is lifted (please follow simple and basic rules fellow Pinoys; It's honestly frustrating. Subtracting half a star as well since TGH didn't seem to be bothered by these breaches in the government's protocol). The place is definitely for kids with all its colors, sugary snacks, and ambiance. We drank hot choco (Php100.00) in the restaurant but it was nothing special. I looked at the menu and it's a little bit pricey for my taste given that most of the menu items can be easily cooked by moms at home. The Gingerbread Man (Php10.00) was surprisingly tasty. The same cannot be really said about their gingerbread and ube cheese pandesal (both at Php100.00).

    Tip #3, be kind to the staff. They look like they're undermanned. The Ate who manned the museum was also the one who manned the souvenir area and the DJ booth. They had a tough 2020 with Taal erupting and the pandemic happening. Don't come in thinking you're entitled to a 5-star service when you just paid Php100.00 for the entrance.

    It's enjoyable overall. It really depends on you as a person.

    P.S. Buy something from the souvenir shop. It's cheap.
    Written January 2, 2021
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