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Region IV-A CALABARZON (TM09206)

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Transcript of Region IV-A CALABARZON (TM09206)

FESTIVALS
SPECIAL INTERESTS
Products, Delicacies and Cuisines
Region IV-A CALABARZON (Southern Tagalog Region)
Batangas
History:
Batangueños had a very high level of civilization. This was shown by some jewelry, made from a chambered nautilus’ shell where some tiny holes were drilled by some tube.
In 15570, Spanish generals Martin de Goiti and Juan de Salcedo explored the coast of Batangas on their way to Manila.
In 1572, the town of Taal was founded and its convent and stone church were constructed.
Batangas was also among the first of eight provinces to revolt against Spain and also one of the provinces placed under Martial Law by Spanish Governor Genreal Ramon Blanco on August 30, 1896.

Festivals
Walistik Festival (2nd week of January, Lipa City)
Conclusion
Regional Capital: Calamba City, Laguna

Languages and Dialects: Tagalog and English

Geographic Location: The region is located in southwestern Luzon, just south and west of Metro Manila and is the second most densely populated region.

Capital: Batangas City

Languages and Dialects: Pilipino, Batangueño and English

Borders: Cavite and Laguna to the north, Quezon to the east, South China Sea to the west and Island of Mindoro to the south.
Batangas is subdivided into 31 municipalities and 3 cities.

Tourist
Destinations

Man-made
Evercrest Golf Club
Calatagan Golf Club
Mount Malarayat Golf and Country Club
Natural
Taal Lake and Volcano
Sombrero Island
Mt. Maculot
Historical
Apolinario Mabini Shrine
Jose P. Laurel Memorial Library
Marcela Agoncillo Landmark
Cultural
Basilica of Saint Martin de Tours (Taal Church)
Our Lady of Caysasay
Festivals
Birth Anniversary of Gen. Malvar (Sept. 27;Batangas City
Coffee Festival (Dec 11-16; Lipa City)
Diving
Golf
Mountain Climbing/Volcano Trekking
Shopping
Aquasports
Fan knife (balisong)
Pineapple leaves-processed to become the Barong Tagalog
Livestock industry
Tawilis
Maliputo
Sugar and coffee
TOURIST DESTINATIONS
FESTIVALS
Products, Delicacies and Cuisines
Ideas
Rizal
History:
Batangueños had a very high level of civilization. This was shown by some jewelry, made from a chambered nautilus’ shell where some tiny holes were drilled by some tube.
In 15570, Spanish generals Martin de Goiti and Juan de Salcedo explored the coast of Batangas on their way to Manila.
In 1572, the town of Taal was founded and its convent and stone church were constructed.
Batangas was also among the first of eight provinces to revolt against Spain and also one of the provinces placed under Martial Law by Spanish Governor Genreal Ramon Blanco on August 30, 1896.

Natural
Daranak Falls
History
With the organization of Tondo and La laguna during the Spanish regime, Rizal province was composed of 26 towns. Some of the towns, including Pasig, Paranaque, Taytay, and Cainta were already thriving because long before the Spanish conquest the Tagalog settlements had already carried on trade with the Chinese Merchants.
Conclusion
Capital: Antipolo City

Languages and Dialects: Pilipino and English

Geographic Location : Rizal bordered by Metro Manila to be the west, the province of bulcan to the north, Quezon to the east and Laguna Province to the south.

The province also lies on the northern shores of Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the country. Cities and Municipalities Rizal is subsided into 1 city and 13 municipalities

Man-made
Hamaka Parks
Wawa Dam
Avilon Zoological Park
Historical
Ang Kalbaryo
Religious
Boso boso Church Ruins
Tanay Catholic Church
Cultural
Petroglyphs
World Sikaran/Arnis Brotherhood of the Phils
Uugong Arts and Cultural Parks
Hinulugang Taktak
Freshwater fish
Coco jam
Hot cashew nuts
Suman
Freshly-picked duhat
Mangoes
Batlag Falls
• Rizal Provincial Foundation
• Quezon Angono Day
• La Torre
• Hamaka Festivals
TOURIST DESTINATIONS
FESTIVALS
Products, Delicacies and Cuisines
Cavite
Historical
Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo Shrine
History
Cavite City was once a mooring place for Chinese junks trading.
Formerly known as "Tangway"
Cavite got its name from the Filipino word "Kawit", which means hook.
Capital: Trece Martires City

Languages and Dialects: Pilipino, English, Chavacano

Geographic Location : Cavite is a province of the Philippines located on the southern shores of Manila Bayin the Calabarzon Region in Luzon, just 30 kilometerssouth of Manila.



Cultural
President Museum
Sanghiyang Dance
Natural
Cabag Cave
Religious
St. Mary Magdalene Parish
St. Anne's Shrine
Marangondon Church
Man-made
Japanese Garden
Picnic Grove and Livelihood Complex
Andres Bonifacio House
Seafood
Barako coffee
fresh tropical fruits
Honey bee products
Kakanin
Garden fresh veggies and cut flowers
Imus Historical Marker
Pahimis Coffee Festival of Amadeo
Birthday of Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo
Regada-Water Festival
Kawayan Festival
Paskuhan sa Imus
Fort San Felipe
Corregidor
Balite Falls
Tagaytay Ridge
Museo de la Salle
TOURIST DESTINATIONS
FESTIVALS
Products, Delicacies and Cuisines
Special Interests
Quezon
Historical
Malagunlong Bridge
History
Originally, what now forms Quezon was divided among the provinces of Batangas, Laguna, and Nueva Ecija. The area was first explored by Juan de Salcedo in 1571-1572, during his expedition from Laguna to Camarines provinces.
In 1591, the province was created and called Kaliraya or Kalilayan, after the capital town which later became Unisan. In about the middle of the 18th century, the capital was transferred to the town of Tayabas, from which the province got its new name.
Access to the Province
By Land The province of Quezon is accessible to Manila and its neighboring provinces via a network of roads regularly plied by various bus lines such as Batangas-Laguna-Tayabas-Bus Co.(BLTB), Tritran, JAM, JAC Liner, Philtranco, and Superlines.
Capital: Lucena City

Languages and Dialects: Pilipino and English

Geographic Location : Quezon is located southeast of Metro Manila and it is surrounded by the provinces of Aurora to the north, Bulacan, Rizal, Laguna, and Batangas to the west and the Camarines provinces to the east.

Natural
Puting Buhangin Beach
Mt. Banahaw
Mag-asawang Bato
Man-made
Zigzag Road
Religious
Atimonan Church
Our Lady of Sorrows Shrine
St. Ferdinand Cathedral
Cultural
Quezon Museum
Gintong Yaman ng Quezon Museum
San Diego de Alcala Fortress
Coconuts
Flavorful lambanog
Langonisang Lukban
Pansit habhab
Lady finger biscuits
Pinagong
Kutang San Diego
Laguimanok Festival
Boling-boling Festival
Pasayahan sa Lucena
Araw ng Tayabas
Hambujan Festival

Iskong Bantay Watchtower
San Antonio de Alcala Park
Japanese Tunnel
Manuel L. Quezon Monument
TOURIST DESTINATIONS
FESTIVALS
Special Interests
Products, Delicacies, and Cuisines
Laguna
Historical
Rizal Shrine
History
The province got its name from the Spanish word "lago" which means lake. The province of Laguna was named after Laguna de Bay, the body of water that forms the province's northern boundary. Laguna along with its surrounding regions, was conquered for Spain by Captain Juan de Salcedo in 1571, after which for seven years, the Franciscan friars started the Christianization of the province.
Access to the Province
By Land There are two points of entry to Laguna from Manila. Via southern route, the South Expressway is the main artery to exit through San Pedro, Biñan, and Calamba.
Major bus companies ply the developed and well maintained roads from Manila, Batangas, and Quezon during the day.

Capital: Sta. Cruz

Languages and Dialects: Pilipino and English

Geographic Location : Laguna is located southeast of Metro Manila, south of the province of Rizal, west of Quezon, north of Batangas and east of Cavite.

Religious
Paete Church
Pakil Church
Man-made
Lake Caliraya
Natural
Crocodile Lake
Mount Makiling
Botocan Falls
Cultural
Emilio Jacinto Shrine
University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) Museum of Natural History
Bonifacio Monument
Bantayog ng mga Bayani
Coconut Festival (January 11-15; San Pablo City)
Kesong Puti Festival (April 9; Sta. Cruz)
Pagsanjan Day/Yugyugan Festival (Decemeber 3-12; Pagsanjan)
Rizal Day (June 19; Calamba)

Pagsanjan
Enchanted Kingdom
Villa Escudero Coconut Plantation and Resort
The Orchard Golf and Country Club
Special Interests
Sightseeing
Outdoor Sports
Volcano Trekking
Golf Courses
The Historical Trail

Access to the Province
By Land The historical province of Cavite is very accessible from Manila. Public transport is available from 5 am to 10 pm daily. Buses going to Cavite load and unload passengers at Vito Cruz corner Harrizon St. FX taxis are parked a short distance away, in front McDonald’s, beside Harizzon Plaza. These buses and taxis usually take the Roxas Boulevard. Costal Road route going to Cavite City, passing Bacoor, Imus, Kawit, and Noveleta. Others are bound for Rosario, Naic or Tanza. There are mini buses going to Tagaytay or Trece Martires. These are found in Baclaran.
Access to the Province
By Land The province of Batangas is 110 kilometers south of Metro Manila, from where it is accessible by land transportation. The commercial buses of BLTB, JAM, Tritran, Batangas Express Liner, Triftman Liner, Biñan Transportation, ALPS, and CJC Transit serve the riding public.

By Sea Ferryboats and other watercrafts connect the province to Mindoro and other nearby islands.

Mineral and Hot Springs
Shooting the Rapids
Mountain Climbing
Woodcarving and papier-mache

Woodcarving
fresh pla-pla, trout, catfish, wild boar, deer, bulalo, coconuts, lanzones, tuba, pospas, and puto Biñan, milk, soya milk, espasol, buko pie, cassava pie and many more in this province.
Cultural Tour
Nature Tripping
Swimming

Members:
Canales, Kathryn Anne
Llarinas, Camille Bianca
Delos Reyes, Aprilyn
Sespeñe, Ronacin
Reyes, Shena
Galang, John Ace
Burdeos Coral Area
International Rice Research Institute
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