Kiu Pat Long Shiao Temple | Things to do in Parañaque City-Metro Manila
|Open:||Monday - Friday, 10am - 3pm; Saturday - Sunday, 8am - 5pm|
|Address:||4456 D. Campos St., Coastal Rd., Brgy. Don Galo, Parañaque City, Metro Manila|
Tapsilog is a savory,
hearty and greasy combination of tapa (dried beef),
rice), and itlog (egg). This is the specialty of Maty’s
Tapsilog, a popular
dive for both early risers who need a quick, hearty
breakfast, as well as
late night partygoers who need to grease their
partying hard. Even better than the tapsilog is their pork
chunks of pork are round, plump and juicy, and better
than many barbecues
in other cities of Metro Manila.
Also called St. Andrew's Cathedral, Parañaque Cathedral is the first Spanish church built outside the walled city of Intramuros. The cathedral serves as a satellite to San Agustin Church in Intramuros, the oldest church in the Philippines. While it is named after its patron saint St. Andrew the Apostle, the cathedral is more popular as a pilgrimage site to the devotees of Our Lady of Good Events. The church was originally built of bamboo in 1580. The church's stone version was torn down in 1662, following an order for the demolition of all stone churches outside Intramuros. The church was rebuilt some 20 years later. Today, the cathedral looks contemporary after a major renovation in 2009. The Diocesan Shrine was raised to the status of a cathedral in 2003, following the creation of the Diocese of Parañaque in 2002 by Pope John Paul II.
La Huerta Chapel was erected in 1776 in honor of its patron saint, St. Nicolas de Tolentino. Also known as San Nicolas Chapel, La Huerta Chapel is one of Augustinian sub-parishes that sprung up in Parañaque. The structure is composed of adobe bricks with white paint accent outlining its exterior. It houses an antiquated brass bell that was once hung at its belfry, resounding throughout the community of La Huerta. In the past, La Huerta Chapel was turned into a barracks and ammunition storage by the Spanish army. Since then, the brick structure has survived two major reconstructions, one in the late 1950s and another in 1993. Today, besides being a center for afternoon prayers, the chapel hosts colorful community festivals such as Caracoles, Panisetos, and Sunduan.
Things to do nearby
The Dessert Museum is 8 mouthwatering rooms of sugar-filled happiness.
This is the only museum you’ll ever slide into! Follow our Candy Rabbits through our Donut Hole and slip down our sprinkle slide into the most magical food-filled fantasy you will ever experience. Choose your path through our Candy Cane Groves or go Cotton Candy Picking in our sweetly enchanted forest. The adventure is just beginning!
As you slide, jump, play, and swing through The Dessert Museum, prepare to explore uniquely themed rooms tailored to each dessert, creating a one-of-a-kind tasting experience. We aspire to provoke the imagination by featuring popular desserts in fun, creative, and Instagrammable rooms. These rooms are not only for pictures; they also contain ultra-cool facts about our sweet after-dinner past times.
The Dessert Samples
Every dessert we feature is carefully selected, from hand-made artisanal chocolates to our fairy-dusted cotton candy! Sweet-tooths beware you are in for a sugar overdose!
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- Visit Lakbay Museum, the Philippines' first-ever interactive millennial museum.
- See 11 of the country's most iconic landmarks like Banaue Rice Terraces and the iconic Mayon Volcano in Albay, as presented in a very instagrammable displays and dioramas inside the museum.
- Immerse in the Philippine culture, see all the top tourist destinations, and eat traditional Filipino Food inside Lakbay Museo!
Where to stay
Oyster Plaza Hotel is strategically located near the airport terminals, famous entertainment spots such as City of Dreams, Solaire Resort and Casino, SM City Mall, Resorts World Manila, and many more. Our exceptionally friendly staff will always ensure that everyone enjoys their stay. We also offer free airport pick-up for all hotel guests.
Strategically located in Pasay City, Go Hotels Manila Airport Road is a perfect choice for travelers on the go. The 10 to 15-minute drive to and from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 4 makes travelling fun and stress-free. The hotel’s convenient location is an easy access to some of Metro Manila’s popular shopping and lifestyle hubs, dining, entertainment and gaming destinations.
Carved on 44 hectares of picturesque oceanfront, Okada Manila is Entertainment City's iconic integrated resort. Stay, play, dine, relax — all amid the luxurious comforts of a one-of-a-kind, masterfully created space for five-star pleasure and leisure.
Getting there and around
4456 D. Campos St., Coastal Rd., Brgy. Don Galo, Parañaque City, Metro ManilaGet directions