The Ultimate Guide to Cavite This Christmas

November 18, 2013 1:18 pm59 commentsViews: 642

Posted by LE Dental Clinic Imus Cavite

The season of Christmas in already near in our door step. Have you think about the places you can spend your Christmas with? Here we brought to you the ultimate guide to Cavite for you this Christmas.

We, at LE Dental Clinic Imus Cavite, not only gives you exceptional ideas to spend your holidays but we also gives tips on how to take care about your dental health. LE Dental Clinic Imus will be very glad to assist you with your dental health. You can text or call LE Dental Clinic Imus Cavite   for your dental concern or email us. Here it is the ultimate guide to Cavite this Christmas.

1. Aguinaldo Shrine

The opulent Aguinaldo mansion (built 1845) in Kawit played an important role in Philippine history. It was here when Cavite’s revolutionary general Emilio Aguinaldo proclaimed the independence of the Philippines from Spanish rule, creating Asia’s first republic on June 12, 1898. Technically, Aguinaldo was the first president.

The compound was declared a national shrine after the death of the general in 1964, whose tomb was placed in the garden behind the mansion. There’s a newly built park in front of the mansion.


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 2. Imus Neighborhood

Once claimed as the Christmas Town of the Philippines, Imus is a clean and lovely town made popular by its Christmas street preparations started as early as 3rd week of November where every barrio start to decorate their streets with beautiful Christmas lanterns and other holidays stuffs. When visiting Imus during this season, you will notice that you’re about to pass by another barrio when the design/ color/ theme of the street changes.

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3. Tagaytay High

Undeniably the most popular attraction of Cavite province, Tagaytay City is at the other end of the Aguinaldo Highway. Tagaytay is famous for its cool and windy atmosphere, fantastic views of Taal Lake and Taal Volcano and fresh fruits and vegetables and beef meat.


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4. Caylabne Resort Day Tour

Caylabne Bay Resort is located in Ternate, Cavite. It’s 90 km south of Manila. We visited the place April 2006 with some friends from work. It has 2 pools and a beachfront but there were jellyfish so we just stayed in the pools.

Part of the daytrip was lunch (choose from liempo, fried chicken and pork) which was a disappointment. We expected something more from the P1000 package. It didn’t include drinks, either. We still had fun in the pools primarily because of the company, and the change of scenery.

They have ATVs, banana boat, aqua cycles and paddle boards for rent. The rest of the groups rented ATVs and they said it was fun (so this is not first-hand but it’s from 4/4 people). I appreciated this trip because it’s far from Dasmariñas Cavite where I’m based and it was a welcome break from work.

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5. Island Cove Resort

You may want to give this one a try. Island Cove is located in Covelandia Road, 4104 Kawit, Cavite. The place has a butterfly park, a mini zoo, a water park, and there are several things that the family can do like a sing at their videoke, eat at the restaurant that serves Filipino food, or play table tennis.

The place is ok. Nothing fancy about it. But I particularly like the bird farm with the ostriches and the emu. These animals are not indigenous to the Philippines but somehow they thrive well here. There’s also a crocodile farm that surrounds a place where they have monkeys. The monkeys are funny creatures as they are so playful. The kids will adore them.


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You can contact LE Dental Clinic Imus Cavite anytime and we are accepting different health cards that you can avail in your health card’s benefit. LE Dental Clinic Imus Cavite, visit us for a great smile.

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