Historic and Religious

Rizal Shrine, Calamba
-Dr. Jose Rizal is the Phillipine’s National Hero and in his honor, his two-storey 19th Spanish colonial home in Calamba City was declared a national shrine highlighting his personal achievements plus memorabilla.

Underground Cemetery, Nagcarlan
-a one-of-a-kind 18th century walled cemetery with wrought iron gates. A tiled walkway leads to an underground crypt were Filipino revolutionaries were said to have plotted against the Spanish rule.

Pila Heritage Site
-A living example of a Spanish colonial town as designed by 16th century town planners.

Japanese Garden, Lake Caliraya, Cavinti
-A shrine built by the Japanese government dedicated to Japanese soldiers who died at the close of World War II.

St. Gregory Church, Majayjay
-One of the oldest churches in the country built in 1575 with a giant antique bell reputed to be the oldest. Houses antique relief saint statues made and brought from Spain.

St. James and Apostle Church, Paete
-Completed in the early Spanish period, with a magnificent baroque altar,intricately carved images and 19th century murals by local artist Jose Dans.

Church of St. Peter of Alcantara, Pakil
-Built in 1767 with Corinthian and Ionic style architecture. Comes with an antique belfry and an elaborately carved main altar. Home of the Virgin of the Turumba.