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Barasoain Church




Barasoain was originally part of Malolos until its official separation on August 31, 1859. In 1903, Barasoain became part of Malolos again. The old church constructed by Rev Francisco Royo was destroyed by fire in May 1884 but rebuilt by Rev Juan Giron in 1885. Barasoain Church was the seat of revolutionary congress which convened from September 1898 until February 1899 under the Presidency of Pedro Paterno. Among the important measures passsed by the Congress was the Malolos Constitution drafted by Felipe Calderon.

Barasoain Church in Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines housed the revolutionary congress which was inaugurated on September 15, 1898 whom Pedro Paterno was the President. Barasoain was the church where the congress discussed and approved Malolos Convention. Gratefully recognizing the significance of the events that occured here, University of the Philippines made a pilgrimage to the Barasoain Church and placed the marker on National Heroes Day on November 30, 1938.

Lahus Island

The Lahus Island is a hidden getaway that only few travelers known. Located at Camarines Sur, this island will amaze you of the nature and beach beauty. The Lahus with its magnificent rock formation along the beach and seashore adds secret to the enchanted white sand beach.

Banol Beach



Located at the world wide known Palawan, the Banol Beach is a must travel destination. Just being on enchanted Coron is a dream come true vacation but staying and lying on the Banol will make your escape memorable.

Mantayupan Falls


It's not only the beaches to boast in the Philippines but also its amazing waterfalls. We have hundreds of falls here in our country as that is compensated by lots of mountains here in this 7,107 islands. The Mantayupan Falls had gathered a lot of travelers to view its magnificent scenery.

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