LIST: Some places to visit in Cavite during Christmas season

As the holiday season unfolds, immerse yourself in the festive spirit by exploring the five must-visit places that capture the essence of Christmas in Cavite.

1. Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit

Kickstart your Christmas adventure at the Aguinaldo Shrine in Kawit, Cavite. During Christmas Season, the shrine comes alive with dazzling lights and special events, making the Aguinaldo Shrine a must-visit destination for a blend of history and holiday spirit. Don’t forget to indulge in the delightful offerings at Las Tiendas Food Bazaar where local flavors and Christmas treats abound.

Christmas decorations in Aguinaldo Shrine

2. Cavite City Municipal Hall

Continue your journey to the heart of Cavite City where the Municipal Hall transforms into a symphony of lights and decorations. Don’t miss the Food Bazaar, which offers a delightful variety of local foods and holiday specials.

Photos via Mayor Denver Chua/Facebook Page

3. Queens Strawberry Farm in Alfonso

Venture into Queens Strawberry Farm in Alfonso to witness a breathtaking display of giant flower decorations. The farm transforms into a floral wonderland, providing a beautiful backdrop for your Christmas getaway.

Photos via Alfonso Turismo/Facebook Page

4. Christmas Candyland in Gen. Mariano Alvarez

Make your way to Gen. Mariano Alvarez and step into a whimsical Christmas Candyland. The plaza transforms into a sugary paradise, complete with candy-themed decorations and sweet treats. It’s a visual delight for both the young and the young at heart, promising a festive experience filled with joy and sweetness.

Photos via Mayor Maricel Echevarria Torres/Facebook Page

5. White Christmas Village and Food Bazaar in Silang

Take a trip to Silang and you are transported to a winter wonderland with an artificial white Christmas village. Experience the magic of a snowy landscape in the tropical setting of Cavite. Don’t forget to visit the carnival and the food bazaar, offering a variety of dishes.

Photos via Office of the Mayor of Silang/Facebook Page

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