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The Rizal province was named after one of the Philippines’ national heroes, Jose Rizal. It’s one of the closest provinces to Metro Manila and is popular for its mountainous wonders. If you’re looking for the nearest nature escape to the capital city, you’ll definitely have a wonderful time here! You can go on exhilarating hikes up Mount Daraitan and Mount Purro, explore the verdant landscape of the Masungi Georeserve, relax and experience the famous spa of Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens, and wander the streets of Antipolo to visit attractions and landmarks like the Cathedral and the Pinto Museum.

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About Rizal

The Rizal province was named after one of the Philippines’ national heroes, Jose Rizal. It’s one of the closest provinces to Metro Manila and is popular for its mountainous wonders. If you’re looking for the nearest nature escape to the capital city, you’ll definitely have a wonderful time here!


You can go on exhilarating hikes up Mount Daraitan and Mount Purro, explore the verdant landscape of the Masungi Georeserve, relax and experience the famous spa of Luljetta’s Hanging Gardens, and wander the streets of Antipolo to visit attractions and landmarks like the Cathedral and the Pinto Museum.

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  • JAN - DEC
    31° 20°

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General info

  • Time Zone
    GMT +08:00

  • Currency
    Philippine Peso

    1USD = 47.74PHP

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ANNA LINDA
Published 69 days ago
Contrary to the description in the main, animal shows are not held even on weekends. There is nothing you can do with your children except for giraffes and fish. The zoo is large, so it's okay to take a walk, but if you only want to follow the number signs, there are many stairs, and strollers and wheelchairs can make it difficult to move. It is a pity that 600 pesos per person is an entrance fee depending on the size of the zoo, and there is no animal show, and there are few parts to experience. I hope that no one gets caught in the description of the main screen animal show. However, I will give you 5 stars in terms of being able to go with your child in the Philippines in the case of coronavirus.

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