We all know that cities can be quite stressful, and going for a short reprieve from the concrete jungle can easily refresh you. This is what makes Antipolo very famous for city folks.
Its accessibility can be one of the reasons for it. Maybe it’s because of how it’s still mostly surrounded by Mother Nature. Whatever the reasons may be, Antipolo is certainly one of the popular places for quick getaways.
You’ve probably gone to several of Antipolo’s famous attractions including Pinto Art Museum and Burrow Cafe. But if you’re looking for less-crowded places or hidden treasures, you should definitely head to these attractions in Antipolo.
The Grounds Resort - The Grounds Resort is a cozy venue for those who want to escape the crowded city life. Located in Herbal Park, it’s mostly known as a venue that caters to events like weddings, maternity shoots, pre-nuptials shoots, and birthdays. But it can certainly be a great place for some weekend R&R.
Photo from Herlculis
Yellow Bird Cafe x Kitchen - Unlike most restaurants in Antipolo City, Yellow Bird doesn’t offer an overlooking view. However, this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t visit this restaurant. Have lunch or dinner in this Instagrammable place that offers quite a delicious menu.
Photo from The Girl with the Muji Hat
PACEM Eco Park - Short for Peace And Care For Earth Ministry, this eco-park boasts a mini forest, wild-life sanctuary, butterfly collection, aviary, organic garden, and so much more. It’s perfect for guests who are looking for a quiet and serene place to get away to.
Photo from Vigattin Tourism
Boso-Boso Church - If you’re up for some historical and architectural sites, Boso-Boso Church is one of the most historical places in Antipolo. Also known as The Nuestra Señora de la Annunciata Parish, this 16th-century structure was built by priests during the Spanish era has stood the test of time.
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Mystical Cave - Antipolo City may be known for its mountainous landscape perfect for cyclists and hikers, but did you know that it also has a cave you can explore? Known as the Mystical Cave for its many religious and holy stalagmites and stalactite formed by water, it is a site that both adventure seekers and religious visitors will enjoy. It is 8-storeys deep however only the first floor is allowed to be visited.
Photo from Pinay Travelholic
Casa Santa Museum - We all know how Filipinos love celebrating the holidays. We are among the countries that celebrate it the longest, starting from the first “ber” month all the way through the new years, we love anything about Christmas. If you’re the kind of person who finds happiness and joy seeing anything related to Christmas - no matter what time of the year - Casa Santa Museum is a must-visit place for you.
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Visiting Antipolo City can be easily done whether you’re driving or commuting. It’s one of the reasons why we love it. Should you find time to do so, why not stay for a few days and consider staying in any of RedDoorz hotels within Antipolo City?
Our hotels within this city are located near most of these attractions including these places on this list, making your trip easier and better. Plus, with our HygienePass certification, you can rest assure that you and your family are safe during this time.
For the most comfortable stays at budget-friendly prices, choose RedDoorz. Book your stay by visiting our website and downloading our mobile application now!