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Welcome to the province of heroes and history.

Located just the south of Metro Manila, Cavite is one of top favorite choices by local and international tourists. The province is known for its contribution to the Philippines' history, its local cuisines and Tagaytay City - the most-visited city in the province.

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I've been to several cities and places in this province and my favorites are Tagaytay City, Mendez, Alfonso, Amadeo and Silang. They are the ones located near the upland areas in the south part of the province. 

But if you are into beaches, Noveleta, Naic, Rosario, Tanza and Ternate must be on your list!

ABOUT CAVITE (PROVINCE)

Cavite, officially the Province of Cavite (Tagalog: Lalawigan ng Kabite; Chabacano: Provincia de Cavite), is one of the 5 provinces in Calabarzon region in Luzon, Philippines. 

Located on the southern shores of Manila Bay and southwest of Manila, it is one of the most industrialized and fastest-growing provinces in the Philippines.

The de facto capital and seat of the government of the province is Trece Martires, although Imus is the official (de jure) capital.
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For over 300 years, the province played an important role in both the country's colonial past and eventual fight for independence, earning it the title "Historical Capital of the Philippines". It became the cradle of the Philippine Revolution, which led to the renouncement of Spanish colonial control, finally culminating in the Philippine Declaration of Independence on June 12, 1898 in Kawit.

The old provincial capital, Cavite City also hosted docks for the Manila galleon, becoming an essential part of commerce between Asia and Latin America.

Originally an agricultural province, its northern cities of Bacoor, Imus, and Dasmariñas are now suburbs of Manila due to increasing urbanization in the late 1900s. This province forms part of the Greater Manila Area.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW IN CAVITE

  • Language: Filipino (mostly Tagalog), many can speak English fluently.
  • Currency: Philippine Peso (major ATMs, banks and money transfer are available)
  • Cellular Network: All major telcos in the Philippines have strong coverage.
  • Shopping Malls and Supermarkets: Most of the leading malls (such as SM Malls, Ayala Malls, Robinsons Malls, Vista Malls) have branches in different cities and municipalities in Cavite. There are plenty of supermarkets, wet and dry markets and tiangge in most of the town areas.
  • Fast Food and Delivery: All leading fast food in the country have branches in Cavite. Some are open 24 hours a day and most of them delivers.

BEST TIME TO VISIT CAVITE

The busiest month for tourism in Cavite, the Philippines is May, followed by April and January. Prices for hotels and flights will be most expensive during these months, though you can save if you purchase well in advance. Tourists are unlikely to visit Cavite in November. Those willing to visit at these times will likely find it the least expensive month.

Average temperatures in Cavite vary very little. Considering humidity, temperatures feel hot all year with a fair chance of precipitation about half of the year.

If you’re looking for the very warmest time to visit Cavite, the hottest months are May, April, and then June. See average monthly temperatures below. The warmest time of year is generally early May where highs are regularly around 94.7°F (34.8°C) with temperatures rarely dropping below 80.1°F (26.7°C) at night.

Cavite has some extremely humid months, and high humidity throughout the year. The least humid month is April (71% relative humidity), and the most humid month is September (81.8%).

THINGS TO DO IN CAVITE

So if you are ready now to visit Cavite, here are 10+ things you can do in the province:

LEARN HISTORY AT CORREGIDOR (Cavite City)

Corregidor is an island located at the entrance of Manila Bay in the southwestern part of Luzon in the Philippines. Due to this location, Corregidor has historically been fortified with coastal artillery batteries to defend the entrance of Manila Bay and Manila itself from attacks by enemy warships.

Corregidor (Fort Mills) is the largest of the islands that formed the harbor defenses of Manila Bay, together with El Fraile Island (Fort Drum), Caballo Island (Fort Hughes), and Carabao Island (Fort Frank), which were all fortified during the American colonial period. 

One thing not to miss during your stay on this island is to explore the Malinta Tunnel. it is a tunnel complex built by the United States Army Corps of Engineers on the island of Corregidor in the Philippines. It was initially used as a bomb-proof storage and personnel bunker, but was later equipped as a 1,000-bed hospital.

The main tunnel, running east to west, is 831 feet (253 m) long, 24 feet (7.3 m) wide and 18 feet (5.5 m) high. Branching off from this main shaft are 13 lateral tunnels on the north side and 11 lateral tunnels on the south side. Each lateral averaged 160 feet (49 m) in length and 15 feet (4.6 m) in width.


APPRECIATE INDEPENDENCE AT AGUINALDO SHRINE (Kawit)

The Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine is a national shrine located in Kawit, Cavite in the Philippines, where the Philippine Declaration of Independence from Spain was declared on June 12, 1898. To commemorate the event, now known as Araw ng Kalayaan or Independence Day, a national holiday, the Philippine flag is raised here by top government officials on June 12 each year. The house is now a museum.

EXPLORE TAGAYTAY CITY  (Tagaytay City)

Tagaytay serves as the main tourist center in the province. For a chill traveler like me, I chose to discover new things in a city or a place where there's a lot to offer. Plus, Tagaytay gives you a cool and bed-weather temperature, makes me want to have hot coffee or hot choco in the afternoon.

This city is filled with magnificent view of Taal (lake and volcano), variety of food, classy hotels, cozy staycation, overwhelming malls and supermarkets. You won't run out of activities here! You can go to Sky Ranch for amusements, Picnic Grove for sightseeing and zipline, Paradizoo for themed-farm experience, Crosswinds for Swiss-like dining and more.

But most of the time, people come here to see Taal. Here are some of establishments you can have a great view of Taal lake and volcano:
Read my full Tagaytay City Guide with itinerary.

SPOT THE BEST BULALO IN TOWN (Mostly in Tagaytay)

Of course, one of the best food trips in Cavite is to find best-tasting bulalo!

Bulalo, a Filipino soup made with beef shank and vegetables, is undeniably the most famous local dish in Tagaytay. This hot, meaty, and savory bowl of soup is the perfect match for the cold and breezy weather of Tagaytay. That’s why it has become a part of many restaurants’ menu in the city.

DIVE INTO BALITE FALLS (Amadeo)


For those seeking a refreshing spot to unwind, visit Balite Falls in Amadeo, Cavite. Its enchanting waterfalls are among the several emerging attractions in Cavite. Enclosed inside a 4-hectare property, the Balite Falls has refreshing cold water gushing down a natural swimming pool.

Upon entering the falls, you will need to pay an entrance fee. There are also surrounding cottages available for rent.

UNWIND AT RIVERFRONT GARDEN RESORT (Maragondon)

In 1996, Riverfront Garden Resort was still barren land that was beside the river, it was bought by a German retired businessman for his beloved wife as a gift of their love. It started out as the Missus private farm, where she planted a thousand of her favorite mahogany tree.

A few years later, their children grew up and the couple built a small Hansel and Gretel house in the middle of the one (1) hectare property. It was created similar to the children favorite fairytale. It became the children’s playhouse whenever they felt like a time away from home. The kids grew up and once again the land had been left unused and cared for by their caretakers. It was almost sold a few times, but due to its sentimental value, the couple could never let it go.

Nestled in the outlying areas of Maragondon, Cavite, this resort is an especially unique accommodation that gives you the true sense of a retreat with its native-style cottages amid a serene forested land.

It has 3 man-made pools in which 2 of it is facing the riverside, that makes it more unique and breathtaking.

VISIT THE IMUS CATHEDRAL (Imus City)

The Diocesan Shrine and Parish of the Our Lady of the Pillar - Imus Cathedral, commonly known as the Imus Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral church in the city of Imus, in the province of Cavite, Philippines. The city, which is the capital of the province, also serves as the seat of the bishop of the Diocese of Imus, the diocese that has jurisdiction over the entire Civil Province of Cavite.

Enshrined inside the cathedral is the original, miraculous and canonically crowned image of Nuestra Senora del Pilar de Imus (Our Lady of the Pillar). The said title of the Blessed Virgin Mary serves as the titular patroness of the Diocese of Imus, Province of Cavite, as implied by then pope, now a saint, John

GO TO PATUNGAN BEACH (Maragondon)

This beach can be found in Maragondon, Cavite. Situated at the southern side of Mt. Palay Palay, Patungan Beach Cove boasts its light brown sand, impressive rock formations, and breathtaking views of nearby islands.

To get there, you have to traverse the Nasugbu-Ternate Highway. You will drive across the 300-meter Kaybiang Tunnel, the longest road tunnel in the Philippines. Patungan Beach Cove is located at the farther end of the tunnel and there is no entrance fee here. However, cottages have a rental fee.

Apart from its scenic beach, you can find a fishing village, which serves as the main livelihood of the locals.

VISIT KAYBIANG TUNNEL (Maragondon)

Speaking of the longest road tunnel in the country, this tunnel must not be left out of the list. I've been here a few times and both of my visits, I stopped for a selfie. Yes, this tunnel is one of the famous tourist spots in Cavite especially for those riders who love road trips. That's why it is always crowded mostly during weekends.

The tunnel connects Batangas via Nasugbu to Cavite via Maragondon.

EXPERIENCE SANTORINI AT VILLA COLMENAR (Indang)

For just 3-4 hours drive, you can now getaway from the noisy, crowded, and polluted urban Manila life with Cavite’s own version of the Santorini located in Indang.

Villa Colmenar Natural Spring Resort, dubbed as “Cavite’s mini Santorini”, opened its gates to the public in 1990 and operates on a daily basis. It has five pools which makes it a perfect spot for holding various events.

The Largest pool comes with diving boards (with lifeguards). There is also a picturesque area decorated with colorful umbrellas! Definitely Instagram-worthy!
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CLIMB THE PICO DE LORO (Maragondon)

Also named as Mt. Palay Palay, it is a dormant volcano that stands between Maragondon, Cavite, and Nasugbu, Batangas. The name “Pico de Loro” means parrot’s beak, which forms a resemblance to the mountain’s summit.

Its breathtaking summit offers an unobstructed view of the nearby provinces of Laguna and Batangas.  It is one of the top hiking destinations in the Philippines.

Aside from this mountain, Pico de Loro is also a beach cove in Nasugbu, Batangas.

IMMERSE YOURSELF WITH ANIMALS AT PARADIZOO (Mendez)

Not too far from Tagaytay City, you can visit Paradizoo Theme Farm, a 10 hectare rolling terrain land which boast of different areas like Farm Animals, Vegetable and flower garden and a lot more.

Paradizoo is a combination of zoo and themepark making it the only themefarm concept in Metro Tagaytay. It offers a variety of educational, outdoor and group outing programs for nature, flowers and animal lovers.

SHOP AT ACIENDA DESIGNER OUTLET (Silang)

Pure outlet retail to the eager customers of Manila and the Philippines. Positioned near the tourist destination of Tagaytay and visible from Aguinaldo Highway, the Designer Outlet is in a great location to serve the heart of Manila and its local tourism market.

Discover your favourite brands at discounted prices all year round. We have over 100 units dedicated to fashion brands for the clearance of their past season products. You will find deals and discounts up to 70% off of the original retail price and more.

AROUND THE WORLD AT TORRES FARM AND RESORT (Naic)

Traveling without money is almost impossible. But thanks to this kind of resort, we can at least get a piece of popular attractions around the world.
Torres Farm and Resort is a private resort located at Naic, Cavite opened in 2016 by Mr. Eric Baylosis & Mrs. Anna Baylosis. The resort used to be a basketball court that turns into a place that the owners want to share with every guest.

Here you get to see the Eiffel Tower of Paris, France, the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, the Statue of Liberty of New York City, Hong Kong Disneyland, Merlion Park of Singapore and more.

WHERE TO EAT IN CAVITE

Here's a list of restaurants I have visited in Cavite:

TRANSPORTATION IN CAVITE

Cavite's mode of transportation is mostly via public utility vehicle such as jeepneys (PUJ) and buses (PUB). Some of the inner areas of each cities and municipalities use tricycle as an alternative transportation.

The biggest change in Cavite's transportation is the extension of LRT1 where it caters some of entry points in Bacoor.


Aguinaldo Highway, also known as Cavite–Batangas Road and Cavite-Manila South Road, is a four-to-six lane, 41.4-kilometer, the most commonly used road in Cavite.

Cavite's transport infrastructure has not kept in pace with the mushrooming of industrial and commercial activities resulting to quilts of urban sprawl, traffic congestion and increased road accidents. The section of Aguinaldo Highway (in Bacoor, Imus and Dasmarinas) serving as a major link between the province and the national capital Manila is currently experiencing traffic volume 20% in excess of its designed capacity.

Some of the expressways you can use going to, from and around Cavite are the SLEX, CALAX and CAVITEX.

Main terminal of transportation to Cavite is found at PITX.

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WHERE TO STAY IN CAVITE

Here are just some of hotels and accommodation I personally recommends:

IMPORTANT NOTE: The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please let us know by leaving a message in the comment box below.
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TRAVEL GUIDE: 10+ Things to do in Cavite Province (Tourist Spots and Activities)

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Welcome to the province of heroes and history.

Located just the south of Metro Manila, Cavite is one of top favorite choices by local and international tourists. The province is known for its contribution to the Philippines' history, its local cuisines and Tagaytay City - the most-visited city in the province.

hidden tourist spots in cavite places to visit in cavite 2021 pasyalan sa cavite na pwede ang bata instagrammable places in cavite naic, cavite tourist spot mga tourist spot sa cavite romantic places in cavite best place to relax in cavite

I've been to several cities and places in this province and my favorites are Tagaytay City, Mendez, Alfonso, Amadeo and Silang. They are the ones located near the upland areas in the south part of the province. 

But if you are into beaches, Noveleta, Naic, Rosario, Tanza and Ternate must be on your list!

ABOUT CAVITE (PROVINCE)

Cavite, officially the Province of Cavite (Tagalog: Lalawigan ng Kabite; Chabacano: Provincia de Cavite), is one of the 5 provinces in Calabarzon region in Luzon, Philippines. 

Located on the southern shores of Manila Bay and southwest of Manila, it is one of the most industrialized and fastest-growing provinces in the Philippines.

The de facto capital and seat of the government of the province is Trece Martires, although Imus is the official (de jure) capital.
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For over 300 years, the province played an important role in both the country's colonial past and eventual fight for independence, earning it the title "Historical Capital of the Philippines". It became the cradle of the Philippine Revolution, which led to the renouncement of Spanish colonial control, finally culminating in the Philippine Declaration of Independence on June 12, 1898 in Kawit.

The old provincial capital, Cavite City also hosted docks for the Manila galleon, becoming an essential part of commerce between Asia and Latin America.

Originally an agricultural province, its northern cities of Bacoor, Imus, and Dasmariñas are now suburbs of Manila due to increasing urbanization in the late 1900s. This province forms part of the Greater Manila Area.

THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW IN CAVITE

  • Language: Filipino (mostly Tagalog), many can speak English fluently.
  • Currency: Philippine Peso (major ATMs, banks and money transfer are available)
  • Cellular Network: All major telcos in the Philippines have strong coverage.
  • Shopping Malls and Supermarkets: Most of the leading malls (such as SM Malls, Ayala Malls, Robinsons Malls, Vista Malls) have branches in different cities and municipalities in Cavite. There are plenty of supermarkets, wet and dry markets and tiangge in most of the town areas.
  • Fast Food and Delivery: All leading fast food in the country have branches in Cavite. Some are open 24 hours a day and most of them delivers.

BEST TIME TO VISIT CAVITE

The busiest month for tourism in Cavite, the Philippines is May, followed by April and January. Prices for hotels and flights will be most expensive during these months, though you can save if you purchase well in advance. Tourists are unlikely to visit Cavite in November. Those willing to visit at these times will likely find it the least expensive month.

Average temperatures in Cavite vary very little. Considering humidity, temperatures feel hot all year with a fair chance of precipitation about half of the year.

If you’re looking for the very warmest time to visit Cavite, the hottest months are May, April, and then June. See average monthly temperatures below. The warmest time of year is generally early May where highs are regularly around 94.7°F (34.8°C) with temperatures rarely dropping below 80.1°F (26.7°C) at night.

Cavite has some extremely humid months, and high humidity throughout the year. The least humid month is April (71% relative humidity), and the most humid month is September (81.8%).

THINGS TO DO IN CAVITE

So if you are ready now to visit Cavite, here are 10+ things you can do in the province:

LEARN HISTORY AT CORREGIDOR (Cavite City)

Corregidor is an island located at the entrance of Manila Bay in the southwestern part of Luzon in the Philippines. Due to this location, Corregidor has historically been fortified with coastal artillery batteries to defend the entrance of Manila Bay and Manila itself from attacks by enemy warships.

Corregidor (Fort Mills) is the largest of the islands that formed the harbor defenses of Manila Bay, together with El Fraile Island (Fort Drum), Caballo Island (Fort Hughes), and Carabao Island (Fort Frank), which were all fortified during the American colonial period. 

One thing not to miss during your stay on this island is to explore the Malinta Tunnel. it is a tunnel complex built by the United States Army Corps of Engineers on the island of Corregidor in the Philippines. It was initially used as a bomb-proof storage and personnel bunker, but was later equipped as a 1,000-bed hospital.

The main tunnel, running east to west, is 831 feet (253 m) long, 24 feet (7.3 m) wide and 18 feet (5.5 m) high. Branching off from this main shaft are 13 lateral tunnels on the north side and 11 lateral tunnels on the south side. Each lateral averaged 160 feet (49 m) in length and 15 feet (4.6 m) in width.


APPRECIATE INDEPENDENCE AT AGUINALDO SHRINE (Kawit)

The Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine is a national shrine located in Kawit, Cavite in the Philippines, where the Philippine Declaration of Independence from Spain was declared on June 12, 1898. To commemorate the event, now known as Araw ng Kalayaan or Independence Day, a national holiday, the Philippine flag is raised here by top government officials on June 12 each year. The house is now a museum.

EXPLORE TAGAYTAY CITY  (Tagaytay City)

Tagaytay serves as the main tourist center in the province. For a chill traveler like me, I chose to discover new things in a city or a place where there's a lot to offer. Plus, Tagaytay gives you a cool and bed-weather temperature, makes me want to have hot coffee or hot choco in the afternoon.

This city is filled with magnificent view of Taal (lake and volcano), variety of food, classy hotels, cozy staycation, overwhelming malls and supermarkets. You won't run out of activities here! You can go to Sky Ranch for amusements, Picnic Grove for sightseeing and zipline, Paradizoo for themed-farm experience, Crosswinds for Swiss-like dining and more.

But most of the time, people come here to see Taal. Here are some of establishments you can have a great view of Taal lake and volcano:
Read my full Tagaytay City Guide with itinerary.

SPOT THE BEST BULALO IN TOWN (Mostly in Tagaytay)

Of course, one of the best food trips in Cavite is to find best-tasting bulalo!

Bulalo, a Filipino soup made with beef shank and vegetables, is undeniably the most famous local dish in Tagaytay. This hot, meaty, and savory bowl of soup is the perfect match for the cold and breezy weather of Tagaytay. That’s why it has become a part of many restaurants’ menu in the city.

DIVE INTO BALITE FALLS (Amadeo)


For those seeking a refreshing spot to unwind, visit Balite Falls in Amadeo, Cavite. Its enchanting waterfalls are among the several emerging attractions in Cavite. Enclosed inside a 4-hectare property, the Balite Falls has refreshing cold water gushing down a natural swimming pool.

Upon entering the falls, you will need to pay an entrance fee. There are also surrounding cottages available for rent.

UNWIND AT RIVERFRONT GARDEN RESORT (Maragondon)

In 1996, Riverfront Garden Resort was still barren land that was beside the river, it was bought by a German retired businessman for his beloved wife as a gift of their love. It started out as the Missus private farm, where she planted a thousand of her favorite mahogany tree.

A few years later, their children grew up and the couple built a small Hansel and Gretel house in the middle of the one (1) hectare property. It was created similar to the children favorite fairytale. It became the children’s playhouse whenever they felt like a time away from home. The kids grew up and once again the land had been left unused and cared for by their caretakers. It was almost sold a few times, but due to its sentimental value, the couple could never let it go.

Nestled in the outlying areas of Maragondon, Cavite, this resort is an especially unique accommodation that gives you the true sense of a retreat with its native-style cottages amid a serene forested land.

It has 3 man-made pools in which 2 of it is facing the riverside, that makes it more unique and breathtaking.

VISIT THE IMUS CATHEDRAL (Imus City)

The Diocesan Shrine and Parish of the Our Lady of the Pillar - Imus Cathedral, commonly known as the Imus Cathedral, is a Roman Catholic cathedral church in the city of Imus, in the province of Cavite, Philippines. The city, which is the capital of the province, also serves as the seat of the bishop of the Diocese of Imus, the diocese that has jurisdiction over the entire Civil Province of Cavite.

Enshrined inside the cathedral is the original, miraculous and canonically crowned image of Nuestra Senora del Pilar de Imus (Our Lady of the Pillar). The said title of the Blessed Virgin Mary serves as the titular patroness of the Diocese of Imus, Province of Cavite, as implied by then pope, now a saint, John

GO TO PATUNGAN BEACH (Maragondon)

This beach can be found in Maragondon, Cavite. Situated at the southern side of Mt. Palay Palay, Patungan Beach Cove boasts its light brown sand, impressive rock formations, and breathtaking views of nearby islands.

To get there, you have to traverse the Nasugbu-Ternate Highway. You will drive across the 300-meter Kaybiang Tunnel, the longest road tunnel in the Philippines. Patungan Beach Cove is located at the farther end of the tunnel and there is no entrance fee here. However, cottages have a rental fee.

Apart from its scenic beach, you can find a fishing village, which serves as the main livelihood of the locals.

VISIT KAYBIANG TUNNEL (Maragondon)

Speaking of the longest road tunnel in the country, this tunnel must not be left out of the list. I've been here a few times and both of my visits, I stopped for a selfie. Yes, this tunnel is one of the famous tourist spots in Cavite especially for those riders who love road trips. That's why it is always crowded mostly during weekends.

The tunnel connects Batangas via Nasugbu to Cavite via Maragondon.

EXPERIENCE SANTORINI AT VILLA COLMENAR (Indang)

For just 3-4 hours drive, you can now getaway from the noisy, crowded, and polluted urban Manila life with Cavite’s own version of the Santorini located in Indang.

Villa Colmenar Natural Spring Resort, dubbed as “Cavite’s mini Santorini”, opened its gates to the public in 1990 and operates on a daily basis. It has five pools which makes it a perfect spot for holding various events.

The Largest pool comes with diving boards (with lifeguards). There is also a picturesque area decorated with colorful umbrellas! Definitely Instagram-worthy!
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CLIMB THE PICO DE LORO (Maragondon)

Also named as Mt. Palay Palay, it is a dormant volcano that stands between Maragondon, Cavite, and Nasugbu, Batangas. The name “Pico de Loro” means parrot’s beak, which forms a resemblance to the mountain’s summit.

Its breathtaking summit offers an unobstructed view of the nearby provinces of Laguna and Batangas.  It is one of the top hiking destinations in the Philippines.

Aside from this mountain, Pico de Loro is also a beach cove in Nasugbu, Batangas.

IMMERSE YOURSELF WITH ANIMALS AT PARADIZOO (Mendez)

Not too far from Tagaytay City, you can visit Paradizoo Theme Farm, a 10 hectare rolling terrain land which boast of different areas like Farm Animals, Vegetable and flower garden and a lot more.

Paradizoo is a combination of zoo and themepark making it the only themefarm concept in Metro Tagaytay. It offers a variety of educational, outdoor and group outing programs for nature, flowers and animal lovers.

SHOP AT ACIENDA DESIGNER OUTLET (Silang)

Pure outlet retail to the eager customers of Manila and the Philippines. Positioned near the tourist destination of Tagaytay and visible from Aguinaldo Highway, the Designer Outlet is in a great location to serve the heart of Manila and its local tourism market.

Discover your favourite brands at discounted prices all year round. We have over 100 units dedicated to fashion brands for the clearance of their past season products. You will find deals and discounts up to 70% off of the original retail price and more.

AROUND THE WORLD AT TORRES FARM AND RESORT (Naic)

Traveling without money is almost impossible. But thanks to this kind of resort, we can at least get a piece of popular attractions around the world.
Torres Farm and Resort is a private resort located at Naic, Cavite opened in 2016 by Mr. Eric Baylosis & Mrs. Anna Baylosis. The resort used to be a basketball court that turns into a place that the owners want to share with every guest.

Here you get to see the Eiffel Tower of Paris, France, the Great Pyramid of Giza in Egypt, the Statue of Liberty of New York City, Hong Kong Disneyland, Merlion Park of Singapore and more.

WHERE TO EAT IN CAVITE

Here's a list of restaurants I have visited in Cavite:

TRANSPORTATION IN CAVITE

Cavite's mode of transportation is mostly via public utility vehicle such as jeepneys (PUJ) and buses (PUB). Some of the inner areas of each cities and municipalities use tricycle as an alternative transportation.

The biggest change in Cavite's transportation is the extension of LRT1 where it caters some of entry points in Bacoor.


Aguinaldo Highway, also known as Cavite–Batangas Road and Cavite-Manila South Road, is a four-to-six lane, 41.4-kilometer, the most commonly used road in Cavite.

Cavite's transport infrastructure has not kept in pace with the mushrooming of industrial and commercial activities resulting to quilts of urban sprawl, traffic congestion and increased road accidents. The section of Aguinaldo Highway (in Bacoor, Imus and Dasmarinas) serving as a major link between the province and the national capital Manila is currently experiencing traffic volume 20% in excess of its designed capacity.

Some of the expressways you can use going to, from and around Cavite are the SLEX, CALAX and CAVITEX.

Main terminal of transportation to Cavite is found at PITX.

Klook.com

WHERE TO STAY IN CAVITE

Here are just some of hotels and accommodation I personally recommends:

IMPORTANT NOTE: The rates, contact details and other information indicated in this post are accurate from the time of writing but may change without IMFWJ's notice. Should you know the updated information, please let us know by leaving a message in the comment box below.
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