Places to Visit in Antipolo
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In this time of pandemic, we are limited by tons of rules and regulations that we need to follow. We can barely see places outside our home’s fences because traveling is restricted. Kids and seniors are prohibited from spending time outdoors because they are at higher risk for severe illness should they be exposed to the Covid-19 virus. Family trips and dine-outs have to be sacrificed.
In our heart of hearts, we all wish that these things end soon.
I know you all want to go traveling. We do, too! We miss beaching, road trips, hiking, and swimming — a whole lot! We are dying to see the world.
But we cannot go beyond our province’s boundaries because we have a six-year-old daughter. (sad face)
So while we are all bound to stay home (for now), we came up with this list of places we promise ourselves to see when travel restrictions ease out. You might want to see them too so we’re sharing our places to visit in Antipolo.
Cloud 9 is one of the famous places that people would love to go to. The views here are breathtaking, perfect for selfies and IG-worthy snaps. One best feature of Cloud 9 is the hanging bridge that offers a 360-degree view of mountains and neighboring cities.
This beautiful retreat place, situated inside the lively grounds of Loreland Farm Resort, features impressive views of nature through the gardens that hang from ridges of a mountain, thus the name hanging gardens.
You can see detailed information about Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens and Spa here.
Boso Boso Highlands Resort and Hotel
Boso Boso Highlands Resort and Hotel has been operating since 2004. It is situated on a vast 10-hectare property overlooking the deep Boso-Boso valley and the verdant Sierra Madre mountain ranges. This place, also known as the mini-Baguio of Antipolo, is perfect for camping or team building with family and friends.
Pinto Art Museum
If you’re into history and anything artistic, then this one must definitely be in your places to visit in Antipolo. Pinto Art Museum showcases fancy artsy stuff about Filipino adherence to cultural identity and national history.
Pinto Art Museum is open from Tuesday through Sunday, 10Am to 6PM. Regular entrance fee costs ₱250.
If you know other places in Antipolo which you think are worth visiting, please let us know by leaving a comment below so we can add them to our list.
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