Nayong Pilipino Park (Philippine Village Park) in Manila’s Pasay City is one of the best places to ‘tour’ for a quick glimpse of the most famous landmarks of the Philippines. It’s a 45-acre theme park with miniature versions of the Banaue Rice Terraces, Mount Mayon, Bohol’s Chocolate Hills, among others.
The park features scaled-down replicas of the country’s top tourist destinations such as Mayon Volcano, the Banaue Rice Terraces and the Chocolate Hills. A smaller park, which offers a venue Catholic church.
A myriad of houses also dot the landscape that function as museums and replicas that capture the cultural heritage from each of the three main regions of the archipelago.
The Ifugao Village are huts from the Cordillera Central of northern Luzon. At another section, villages of south Philippines, Mindanao and Sulu. Every sunday, the Mindanao village puts on dance performances.
The park is well capable of hosting different functions and events, such as seminars and weddings including accommodations in the form of cottages. These allow visitors to enjoy the rustic charm of the “barrio” life and will be their private sanctuary.