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Pasig Rainforest Water Park

Pasig, Metro Manila, Philippines

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About Pasig Rainforest Water Park

Pasig Rainforest Park, also known as Pasig City Rainforest Adventure Experience and Pasig Central Park, is a public park in Pasig, eastern Metro Manila. It spans 8 hectares and is a mixed recreational and natural park with a mini-zoo. The rainforest park was opened to the public in 1977 with an initial area of 4.8 hectares. It had an Olympic-sized swimming pool, jogging oval, children's playground, tennis courts, and a fitness center.



Attractions near Pasig Rainforest Water Park

Diocesan Shrine and Parish Our Lady of Light1.85km from Pasig Rainforest Water Park

The Diocesan Shrine and Parish of Our Lady of Light, popularly known as Cainta Church, is a Roman Catholic parish church located in the heart of Manila. The church also operates a neighboring school, Cainta Catholic College. From its time of erection as a parish in 1760 until 1983, it belonged to the Archdiocese of Manila. This church has so many histories to say and it's one of the famous churches from ancient time.

Immaculate Conception Cathedral2.75km from Pasig Rainforest Water Park

This is the first Marian Parish in the Philippines. The Augustinian Missionaries founded it in 1572. The original patroness of the church was the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary whose feast falls on 2 July. The title of Immaculate Conception was only recognized on 25 April 1587.

Pasig City Museum2.82km from Pasig Rainforest Water Park

Housed in the two-storey Concepcion Mansion, Pasig City Museum is a patchwork of art pieces, artifacts, and memorabilia bearing the history of Pasig and its people. The mansion was designed after neo-Castilian architecture. The corkscrew columns, colonnaded terraces, ornamental plasterwork and fringes, and tiled roof are an attraction in itself, showcasing the architectural heritage of the city.

San Felipe Neri Parish Church3.35km from Pasig Rainforest Water Park

It is the oldest Catholic Church in Mandaluyong City. The Parish is under the jurisdiction of the Archdiocese of Manila.  It was one of the oldest churches in this area and is also one of the most visiting places in Mandaluyong.

St. John the Baptist Parish3.65km from Pasig Rainforest Water Park

A huge church constructed by Franciscan missionaries near the Laguna Bay in 1579. It was separated as the church of Santa Ana de Sapa in 1583. It was transferred to its present location by Father Pedro Chirino in 1591 and the town was named San Jose del Monte. It was the first stone church outside of Manila. The second larger stone-church, as it is right now, was rebuilt by Father Juan de Salazar in 1630. Now it is one of the famous pilgrimage centres in this area.

Dambanang Kawayan - St. John the Baptist Parish Church4.12km from Pasig Rainforest Water Park

Dambanang Kawayan, officially known as Saint John the Baptist Parish, is a Roman Catholic parish church located in Barangay Ligid-Tipas in Taguig, Philippines.  This church of Tipas formerly belonged to the Immaculate Conception Parish of Pasig and later transferred to the Shrine of Saint Anne in Sta. it was now one of the main attractions in this area.

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Pasig is one of the oldest towns in the Philippines. Pasig City lays approximately 12 kilometere east of Manila sprawled along the banks of Marikina and Pasig Rivers.