Indang's Kalamay | Things to do in Indang-Cavite
|Address:||Brgy. Tres, Indang, Cavite|
Also called St. Gregory the Great Parish, Indang Church is one among the oldest churches in Cavite. Established in 1611 by Father Angelo Armano, Indang Church is made of pumice, corals, and adobe. Inside, the church is unique in its hand-painted trompe l'oeil ceiling, an optical illusion that makes objects appear to exist in three dimensions. Like other old churches in the Philippines, Indang Church has commemorative gravestones on its walls, near the pulpit area. Visitors can also climb up the belfry tower to see the old church bells and have a glimpse of the town from its windows.
This antique house was where Andres Bonifacio was imprisoned in April 28, 1897, together with his wife Gregoria de Jesus and brother Procopio Bonifacio. Andres Bonifacio is considered the Father of Philippine Revolution, and shares the limelight with Jose Rizal as Philippines' national heroes. The brothers Bonifacio and Gregoria de Jesus were transferred to the town of Naic in April 29, and then to Maragondon in May 4. Later, the brothers were tried for execution for having defied the government. The two were shot on a hill in Maragondon in May 10, 1897. The antique house now serves as Indang's municipal building.
Indang's public park, Heroes Park commemorates Indang-based heroes and the defenders of Bataan and Corregidor. Central to the park is a bust of Severino de Las Alas, a teacher and philanthropist in the late 19th century. He was a Councilor at the 1897 Tejeros Convention, and was one among those who signed the Pact of Biyak-na-Bato in San Miguel, Bulacan. He was also a guerilla leader in Cavite, and served as Municipal President twice in the early 20th century. Meanwhile, five other Indang-based revolutionary heroes are commemorated on one marble wall in the park. They are Jose Elias Coronel y Rosal, Hugo Ilagan, Ambrosio Mojica, Raymundo Jeciel y Tamio, and Jose Mojica y Diokno.
Things to do nearby
From picnicking with a view of the Taal volcano to witnessing spectacles of the puzzling and animalistic nature, Tagaytay Escapade offers the perfect quick getaway for Manila city dwellers. The tour is done in groups of 10 with comfortable, air-conditioned transportation to and fro. The final stop brings guests to a Pasalubong Center where they can buy delicious and quirky souvenirs for the folks back home.
Get to know the brave heroes and visit the most historical landmarks of Cavite at Kagitingan Trail! You'll get to stand where Philippines' founding fathers debated the country's future and check out the traces of Filipino history in museums and heritage churches. Here in Explora, our partner travel and tours are screened to deliver the top services we can find in the Philippines. Secure your slots in advance for these can soon become fully-booked!
Where to stay
Balay Indang started as a retreat house for family and selected friends. On October 2005, it was opened for the public to enjoy its beauty and serenity.
Balay Indang is approximately an hour and a half from Metro Manila and 15 to 20 minutes from the Tagaytay Rotonda. Trece Martirez to Indang, Cavite is another route to Balay Indang.
Balay Indang's twenty-eight rooms are fitted with the ultimate comforts of modern living yet retain an old world charm. There are conference rooms and a dining room area available for seminars or corporate events. Balay Indang has a large swimming pool and poolside pavilion for swimming, relaxing, or playing board games as well as an expansive garden filled with different cacti of flowers and trees. This is truly an ideal place to bond with people and create meaningful business and personal relationships.
Balay Indang is a place to relax and recharge. It is a chance to nurture the really valuable facets of life and discover nature as it should be.
Looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of city life? Want to slow down for a while away from the noise, pollution, and traffic of Metro Manila? A quick break here at Casa Elisa might be just what you need.Imagine a serene, lush green surroundings, the smell of fresh air, laid back ambience, and silence that is only broken by the sound of birds chirping. It’s the perfect place to refresh, relax, and spend time alone or with your friends and loved ones.
Located roughly 38 km south of Manila, The Bayleaf Cavite is the first of its kind in the area. With a total of 148 guest rooms and suites, the hotel is configured to accommodate room requirements from a single bed to as many as four beds per room.
Designed for both business, socials and leisure, the property boast of an elegant, high ceiling ballrom, 4 Meeting Rooms with direct access to the deck in the garden, an exclusive VIP Meeting Lounge and a Boardroom.
An All Day Dining Cafe, an Entertainment Center, a skylit Atrium Lounge, an outdoor wedding park and a pool bar complements the hotel’s services.
The 45–meter long, free form swimming pool adds a special touch to the hotel’s vibrant atmosphere.
Getting there and around
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