Contact Person Danny Ignacio
Address D&Y Bldg, 101 Liria Circle Street Vista Verde Executive Village Imelda Ave Cainta Rizal Philippines
Telephone No: (02) 425-6221, 682-8992, 788-9347, 919-2476
Mobile No: (63917) 876-0836, (63918) 991-0831, (63922) 855-6870 to 72, (63998) 858-6991
Contact Person Ms. Jhay Javier
Address #11 Sitio Bendita Brgy. Bagumbayan Pililla Rizal Philippines
Telephone No: (632) 898-2272
Mobile No: (63917) 143-5254, (63918) 848-4999
Contact Person Grace Ramirez
Address Antipolo City Rizal Philippines
Telephone No: (632) 651-6888
Mobile No: (63917) 449-0520
Contact Person Loui Saja
Address - Antipolo City Rizal Philippines
Telephone No: (02) 587-2805
Mobile No: (63917) 315-7556
Contact Person Joan Mangaluz, Brayan Acebedo
Address Blk 1 Lot 2 Hollywood Hills Subd., Brgy. Mambugan, Sumulong Highway Antipolo City Rizal Philippines
Telephone No: 682-0330, 891-8915
Mobile No: (63945) 213-6043
Contact Person Matet Rada, Gilbert Asencio, Arlou Mansueto
Address Lot 8 Mt. K2 Richdale Subdivision Antipolo City Rizal Philippines
Telephone No: 994-5545
Mobile No: (63912) 349-6969, (63923) 327-0405, (63948) 044-1325
Location: Sitio Boso-Boso, Brgy. San Jose, Antipolo City, Rizal
It was built in the 17th century in the patronage of Our Lady of Annunciation (Nuetra Señora de la Anunciata). Transferred its management to Secular Priest in 1768. It was destroyed by an earthquake on June 18, 1880. It was fully destroyed during the World II.
Location: Tanay, Rizal
The church is famous for its beautiful ‘retablos’ (altars) and 14 ‘Via Crucis’ or Station of the Cross curved in bass relief of wood, and other antiques. It is also famed as one of the very few churches in the country featuring Rococo Artwork, a style popular during the 18th century characterized by curves and goldleaf.
Location: Baras, Rizal
It is one of the oldest in the area, having been completed in 1686. The first church in Baras was built by the Franciscans in 1595.
Location: Morong, Rizal
Built in 1615 by Chinese craftsmen as evidenced by the Chinese lions at the entrance to the steep driveway. It has a tower in front, about 100 feet high with a statue of St. Michael the Archangel on top.
Location: Bgy. Libid, Binangonan, Rizal
Local stories states that a cross-shaped rock suddenly grew at the summit of the hill. Unfortunately, the rock cross was destroyed by lightning and thunder. The locals erected a wooden cross as replacement in 1783. Later on, a chapel was also built at the site.
– Mango Festival
Place: Iba, Zambales
Date: April 13 – 15
Dinamulag was derived from a Zambal word meaning “Kinalabaw”, the mango variety dominantly grown in the province. This yearly celebration was created to accommodate and promote the mango industry in Zambales and to show the Provincial Government’s support to mango farmers.
Place: Botolan, Zambales
Date: January 24
Devotees from all over the country flocked to the church before or on the feast day to worship Ina Poonbato. Religious activities and procession are held during the feast.
Place: San Marcelino, Zambales
Date: February 17-26
Singkamas (raddish) is a major root crop grown abundantly in San Marcelino. Its peak season of harvest is in the month of February. Street dancers flock the town plaza wearing colorful costumes and celebrate the abundant harvest for the year.
Tayo na sa
Place: Antipolo City
Date: May 1 – 30
This month-long celebration is in honor Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage. During this time, pilgrims from everywhere travel towards the shrine on foot to pay homage to the Blessed Virgin.
Place: Angono, Rizal
Date: November 22-23
Giant papier mache effigies,natives in wooden shoes and costumes join the procession of San Clemente, Angono’s patron saint.
Place: Binangonan, Rizal
Date: Good Friday
This is a reenactment of the funeral of Jesus Christ. Due to the number of devotees joining the parade trying to touch the Sepulkro or sepulcher, the image ends up swaying, hence, its local translation, the term Giwang-giwang.
Place: Antipolo City, Rizal
Date: May 1 - 30
The festival name is an acronym for suman, mangga (mango) kasoy (cashew nuts) and hamaka (hammock made of rattan). The festival is celebrated together with Tayo Na sa Antipolo Fesitval.
A Feel Of An Exceptional International Wedding At Home
Wedding is considered as one of the most important, extravagant, and intimate moments in a Filipino’s life. This is why Filipinos are very particular when it comes to this ideally once in a lifetime event. Filipino couples always make it sure that their nuptial will be as intimate and solemn as possible and that it will be witnessed only by their own families and the other important people in their lives.
Beauty, Versatility, And More In A Wedding Venue
Nowadays, destination wedding, or the common Filipino wedding ceremony venue that is usually located in the province, is growing in popularity. This, though, usually requires a larger budget. And so, most soon-to-wed couples prefer to maximize whatever they can from their chosen wedding suppliers, particularly their wedding and reception venue.
Back to Basics in Wedding Catering
In Filipino wedding traditions, whether they are simple get-together´s or grand events, such as weddings, food is a must. Before, when important events like a wedding would be held, the family of the bride or the groom took time to prepare for the reception. They were the ones who dressed up the venue and made it beautiful and presentable.
Antipolo: The Home Of Dreamy Garden Weddings
More than just being the cradle of consummate artists and craftsmen and a home to malls, commercial centers, factories, mines, and subdivisions, Rizal, specifically its capital city, Antipolo, ...
Rizal can be reached by bus or jeep. Tanay-bound busses pass by Quiapo area, passing through Mandaluyong City. Busses headed to Antipolo City are found in Divisoria while Angono-bound buses are available at the EDSA Shaw Bouleward Terminal in Mandaluyong.