What are the things to do in Bacoor? Normally, it is frowned upon. A friend even jokingly responded that we can vlog about ‘things to do while stuck in traffic along Bacoor’s busy avenues’. On a serious note though, if you consider walking around its streets, passing by its growing establishments or simply observing its people, Bacoor is more than a busy and boring city. Here are our Top 5 Things To Do in Bacoor, Cavite, Philippines!
1.) Stay at Fynn Boutique Hotel
Fynn Boutique Hotel is leveling up the standards of the hospitality industry in Bacoor. It is the first and only business hotel in Bacoor. Its establishment is very timely with the diverse growing investments in Bacoor. You will definitely need a business hotel to conduct your business meetings and corporate events; or spend your growing wealth on decent parties or weddings. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
More than 10 malls are scattered around Bacoor City. These malls offer more options for your fashion styles, food cravings and family bondings. Some of the malls that we have visited are SM City Bacoor, SM Molino, Nomo and Somo Vista Lifestyle Centers. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
3.) Pray at St.Michael The Archangel Parish
St. Michael The Archangel Parish was known once as the oldest church in Cavite. It was originally constructed using bamboos, straws and nipa leaves in 1669. The church was renovated with adobe and tegula during the term of Priest and Philippine National Hero Fr. Mariano Gomes from 1824 to 1872. Beside the church, a plaza was built to honor Fr. Mariano Gomes. (Swipe below photo for more pictures)
If you wish to visit other churches in Bacoor, one of the top recommends are Sto. Nino de Molino Parish Church, Our Lady Queen of Peace Parish Church, San Lorenzo Ruiz Parish Church, Cathedral of Jesus The Good Shepherd, San Martin de Porres Parish Church, Our Lady of Fatima Parish, and Holy Trinity Parish.
4.) Learn History Through Bahay sa Tisa aka Cuenca Ancestral House
There are still some notable historic houses in Bacoor City not yet weathered by time. One of those is the residence of Juan Cuenca and Candida Chaves. Their house has been the seat of the Revolutionary Government of Emilio Aguinaldo after the declaration of independence in Kawit, Cavite in June 12, 1898. The seat of the government stayed in this residence from July 15, 1898 to September 9, 1898 when Aguinaldo’s government decided to move it to Malolos, Bulacan.
5.) Food Trip
Bacoor City has a growing population of more than half a million people. With this growing population comes a diverse gastronomic craving for different and authentic presentations of food. Our top favorites would be the Cafe at THE FYNN, Banh Beo, and the iconic Digman’s Halo-halo. Read our blog here.