Top 4 attractions to explore in Las Pinas City
Las Pinas is a 1st class highly urbanized city in Metropolitan Manila located along the side of Manila Bay. Half of its land area is residential and the remaining half is used for commercial, industrial and institutional purposes.
Las Piñas-Parañaque Critical Habitat and Ecotourism Area is a wetland or a land area flooded with water, serving as a safeguard that helps minimize the damages brought by natural disasters. Wetlands act like a giant sponge—they absorb excess rainfall during storms and release it during the dry season. now it is one of the tourist attractions in this area.
The church is the signature structure in the complex which spreads over a 4,000 square meter mango orchard beside a flowing creek. The church stands under a canopy of mango boughs, the altar section concealed from street view by thick tropical palms and plants thus providing the necessary privacy for prayer and meditation.
Located in the Las Pinas city. It is known for its 19th-century pipe organ made entirely from bamboo. It is declared as a national cultural treasure of the country. the architecture of the church is so interesting and also in the church complex is St. Joseph's Academy, a primary and secondary education school established in 1914.
Zapote Bridge is a stone arch pedestrian bridge crossing the Zapote River in the Philippines. It connects the cities of Las Piñas in Metro Manila and Bacoor in the province of Cavite. The bridge and its surrounding area was the site of two battles, the Battle of Zapote Bridge (1897) between Filipino revolutionaries and the Spanish colonial government in 1897 during the Philippine Revolution
Map of attractions in Las Pinas City