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Things To Do in Antipolo City, Philippines
Pinto Art Museum
Pinto Art Museum is an exhibition space and contemporary museum that houses the art collection of Filipino neurologist and patron of the arts, Dr. Joven Cuanang. Some of the distinguished names with rotating exhibitions at the museum include Elmer Borlongan, Rodel Tapaya, Marina Cruz, Joy Mallari, and Mark Justiniani. The museum houses a vast collection of contemporary art and primitive art such as statues or images from the Ifugao region in the Northern part of the Philippines.
The Antipolo Cathedral
The Antipolo Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral, also known as the National Shrine of Our Lady of Peace and Good Voyage. It enshrines the Marian image of Nuestra Señora de la Paz y Buen Viaje, and is the seat of the Bishop of Antipolo. The shrine attracts millions of pilgrims annually during the Pilgrimage Season.
An Antipolo tour wouldn’t be complete without a stop at the Hinulugang Taktak. A verdant forest, a Marian shrine, and a natural waterfall with a name derived from local folklore -- these are some of the things you can expect when you visit this famous spot. The traditional story goes back in the 15th century when a bell was thrown into the waterfall because the local residents deemed it too loud. The root word “hulog” means “to fall” in Filipino, while “taktak” translates to a large bell.
Burrow Café is an underground restaurant-cafe that's built around lush nature. The secluded ambience of the café encourages diners to linger after meals and stroll along the nearby river. To make the most out of your trip, it would be best to reserve a couple of weeks in advance. Other dining options nearby: Yellow Bird Café x Kitchen, Café Agusta, Crescent Moon Café, Vieux Chalet, Kaulayaw Café, Chives Bistro and Market, and Tahanan Bistro.