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Our Lady of the Abandoned Parish Marikina

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A very solemn place to meditate and pray. This church is old classic cathedral in Marikina a very big church with a very elegant painting from wall to ceiling . From non Marikeños ...you can list down this for your next Visita Iglesia and you can also try to attend a Sunday mass here.

  • J.P. Rizal, Corner V. Gomez St, Marikina, 1801 Metro Manila

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Kapitan Moy Street

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Cafe Kapitan is one of the restaurants in the Kapitan Moy Building in Marikina, just across the Lady of the Abandoned Church in San Roque. The building in itself is the 200 year-old preserved house of Don Laureano Guevarra, also known as Kapitan Moy, Founder of the Marikina Shoe Industry. As such, Café Kapitan Restaurant retains the ambiance of old Marikina with its Spanish influence. It offers a variety of Filipino, Chinese and Spanish food, with good taste and appearance served in generous proportions and at affordable prices. It is a favoured venue for pocket meetings and family gatherings.

  • Kapitan Moy St, Marikina, 1800 Metro Manila, Philippines

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The Shoe Capital Marikina

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Marikina City was given the title “Shoe Capital of the Philippines” because of its notable shoe industry. It was and still is the biggest manufacturer of shoes in the Philippines, producing almost 70% of shoes manufactured in the country. It is only fitting that it has a museum full of shoes, and houses the rich shoe history of the city. The Shoe Museum houses the largest pair of shoes in a museum in the country. The sought out section of the Shoe Museum is the former Philippine First Lady Imelda Marcos’ shoe collection. Imelda Marcos came under fire when people learned that she had 3,400+ pairs of shoes alongside her multimillion wardrobe and jewelry collection. Besides the controversial shoe collection is number of pairs from well-known Marikina shoe makers and shoe companies. The pairs of shoes are from casual footwear to couture designs that made it to the headlines.

  • 180, 1807 E Rodriguez Ave, Marikina, 1800 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Roman Garden

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The site, where the Marikina Zonta Club built the Roman Garden in 1998, is believed to be the spot where the icon of Jesus was seen. The Garden also serves as an honor to Marikina Christian residents who comprised a large number in the city.

  • Riverside Dr, Marikina, 1800 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Mama Ting's Rellenong Bangus

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One of the best rellenong bangus in the city of Marikina!

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Lamp Quarters

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dropped by this place for quick lunch. I would say that this is one of the nicer food parks I've been to. The other food park being Le Village Lifestyle Park in E. Rodriguez, Quezon City. But this one feels more up scale, when it comes to the selection of food and ambiance. Ate at Dong Juan restaurant, got the porkchop, which was good. I'd rate this food park a 5 for the ambiance, compared to the other food parks I've been to. Food a 4.5, that's for Dong Juan, since I haven't tried the other restaurants yet. Over all a 4, I'm holding at 4, since I've yet to try everything. Will I be back? I'm definitely coming back for dinner for a meal as well as grab a few brewskies with my mates. Looks like a great place to chill.

  • +63 917 652 0324
  • Mayor Gil Fernando Avenue Centro De Buenviaje Sto. Nino, Marikina, 1800 Metro Manila, Philippines

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Pan De Amerikana (Marikina)

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Antipolo, Philippines • Recommendation • 

A favorite place to dine in Marikina. They have a great selection of all time Filipino favorites. From main dishes for lunch and dinner to deserts and fruit shakes and juices. You can play chess with the life size and tables have chess board on them.

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