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We went up on our own steam and caught the LPR and walked there. We then paid for a guide. We chose an hour and to be honest, I felt that was enough.
(Ps I wouldn’t recommend walking around the area , unless you are...More
We were brought here by our guide to visit and experience the massive nice planned mausoleums.
We were charged 100 pesos per MPV prior entry..
we just sit in the MPV and drive around because it was raining at that time.
Some design of the...More
There are some very well maintained mausoleums with nice furniture for Old Saints Day visits by family and guests. Some are equipped with kitchenette, and separate entrance bathroom. Also Chinese architectural designs were evident and impressive. Landscaping are also nice. However, there are other well...More
Walked for about a half hour along 'Millionaire's Road', seeing a cemetery taken to another level. It is not just the large size of the various mausoleums but what amenities can be seen. You see fridges and tables, presumably for when families come to visit....More
This is unlike anything I've ever seen. There are houses with bathrooms, chandeliers and some kitchens in one-of-a-kind edifices that showcase the wealth of a family. Only 2 people are generally buried in these unique structures - some with gardens. The 'pauper" area is sad,...More
When you get there. There are sometimes people want to be your guide. Or you can walk around your self. And sometimes there are bikes you can hire to. But the day we went we just walk around for a few hours. If it's hot... More
When you get there. There are sometimes people want to be your guide. Or you can walk around your self. And sometimes there are bikes you can hire to. But the day we went we just walk around for a few hours. If it's hot take a hat.