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Located in the Rizal Province of the Philippines, some 25 kilometres east of Manila, Antipolo is a city famous for its many shrines and religious buildings. Nicknamed the "Pilgrimage Capital of the Philippines," look past the sacred sites and you will find mango farms, waterfalls and rolling rice fields that welcome the traveller’s eye.
From cheap rooms to fancy four-star hotels in Antipolo, there are a range of Antipolo accommodation options to choose from on your holiday. So saddle up, pilgrim.
Begin your adventure at the Antipolo Roman Catholic Cathedral, a 100-year-old masterpiece filled with stained-glass windows and antique paintings, and fronted with a Spanish-inspired facade. Art lovers will also appreciate the painting-lined walls of the nearby Pinto Art Museum.
A natural spot to cool down from the afternoon heat is at Hinulugang Taktak, where you can find a large waterfall, a man-made swimming pool suitable for adults and children and some waterside picnic spots. Cannonball, anyone? For a late afternoon hike, trek along the two-kilometre marked track to the Mystical Cave, a holy site home to religious images and (reportedly) healing waters.
The easiest way to get to the city is to fly to Manila International Airport. Shuttle buses and taxis are available to transport travellers to Antipolo hotels. Colourful jeepneys—part car, part art installation—as well as some 800 tricycles, are all on hand to zip you into the city in the traditional way. You may also want to consider hiring one of Wotif’s rental cars in Manila, about 20 km east, as it will give you the freedom to road trip to other Java destinations like Bandung and Surabaya.
Hotels in Antipolo start at AU$26 per night. Prices and availability subject to change. Additional terms may apply.