April 18, 2007

Cultural Center of the Philippines

The Cultural Center Of The Philippines

Created in 1966 and was formally inaugurated and opened in September 08, 1969 with the pupose of promoting and preserving Filipino arts and culture. Situated in a reclaimed area of the Manila Bay. The main building houses four theaters, a museum and a library.

****From the Vito Cruz LRT Station go to the corner of Taft Avenue and Vito Cruz. Take the orange jeepney, it will go straight to the CCP Complex.

April 3, 2007

Mary Immaculate Parish (Las Pinas)

Mary Immaculate Parish Church, Moonwalk Village

This church is called Nature's Church. It was built during the 1980's. Materials used to build this church are directly from nature. The main churches' roof is made of Anahaw leaves while the seats are cut branches of trees. Lamps are shaped like doves made of capiz shell.
The main church was burned New years day and reconstructed 8 months after.
A mousoleum, a cafe, library, function areas and bookstore is also located within the church vicinity. And also a smaller chapel that is as beautiful as the main church.

****From the Baclaran LRT Station, take a jeep gong to Alabang, Ask the jeepney driver to drop you at Moonwalk, you will be dropped at a market area which is also the start of Marcos-Alvares road. Take a tricycle (motorized pedicab) and tell the driver to take you to the nature' church.
****From the Magallanes MRT Station, take a bus going to Alabang, take a jeep with Zapote or Baclaran signboard,
Marcos-Alvares road is the next left turn road from the SM Southmall. Take a tricycle (motorized pedicab) and tell the driver to take you to the nature' church.