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Ainna Gabriella's Guidebook

Ainna Gabriella
Ainna Gabriella
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Ainna Gabriella

Ainna Gabriella's Guidebook

Places of Worship
The Saint Joseph Parish (Spanish: Iglesia Parroquial de Las Piñas), otherwise known as the Las Piñas Church (Filipino: Simbahan ng Las Piñas) or Bamboo Organ Church, is a parish church in Las Piñas, just south of the city of Manila in the Philippines. The church is renowned to house the Bamboo Organ, a pipe organ made mostly with bamboo pipes. To the right of the church is an old Spanish convent converted into a gift shop and the entrance for observing the organ up close.
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St. Joseph Parish (Bamboo Organ Church)
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The Saint Joseph Parish (Spanish: Iglesia Parroquial de Las Piñas), otherwise known as the Las Piñas Church (Filipino: Simbahan ng Las Piñas) or Bamboo Organ Church, is a parish church in Las Piñas, just south of the city of Manila in the Philippines. The church is renowned to house the Bamboo Organ, a pipe organ made mostly with bamboo pipes. To the right of the church is an old Spanish convent converted into a gift shop and the entrance for observing the organ up close.
It was so serene, very good place for special moments of your life like weddings, christenings, etc. and has a strategic location. The place was clean, and on the other side of the church, there's an available exhibit about the patron San Ezekiel and the history of Las Piñas City itself. Must visit and can be considered as one of the tourist destinations in the South.
Santuario de San Ezekiel Moreno
It was so serene, very good place for special moments of your life like weddings, christenings, etc. and has a strategic location. The place was clean, and on the other side of the church, there's an available exhibit about the patron San Ezekiel and the history of Las Piñas City itself. Must visit and can be considered as one of the tourist destinations in the South.
The church conducts regular worship services, one during the week, and one during the weekend, conducted in the local languages (providing sign language interpreters and translators in some congregations). It consists of singing of hymns, prayers, studies of the bible, collection of voluntary offerings, and benediction.
Iglesia Ni Cristo - Lokal ng Pamplona
13 Aldana
The church conducts regular worship services, one during the week, and one during the weekend, conducted in the local languages (providing sign language interpreters and translators in some congregations). It consists of singing of hymns, prayers, studies of the bible, collection of voluntary offerings, and benediction.
It is an Islamic center that offers legal services to the growing Muslim community in the area.
Masjed Al-hedaya
It is an Islamic center that offers legal services to the growing Muslim community in the area.
WORSHIP CELEBRATION SCHEDULE: Sunday: 1st Service: 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM 2nd Service: 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM 3rd Service 11:00 AM - 12:15 AM Kidzone (ages 7-12 yrs old) Toddlers (ages 2-6 yrs old)
Christ's Church
306 Alabang–Zapote Road
WORSHIP CELEBRATION SCHEDULE: Sunday: 1st Service: 8:00 AM - 9:15 AM 2nd Service: 9:30 AM - 10:45 AM 3rd Service 11:00 AM - 12:15 AM Kidzone (ages 7-12 yrs old) Toddlers (ages 2-6 yrs old)
Shopping Centers
SM City Sucat opened to the public on July 2001 along Dr. A. Santos P. Garcia Ave., Brgy San Dionisio, in Parañaque City. Standing a total lot area of 10.8 hectares, the mall features almost 55,000 sq. m. of carefully planned retail space to accommodate the shopping needs of the increasing populations of the cities of Parañaque, Las Piñas and the neighboring areas. SM anchor stores such as SM Hypermarket , SM Dept. Store, SM Cinemas, SM Foodcourt, Ace Hardware, SM Appliance Center, Watsons, National Bookstore, Surplus Shop and Sports Central compliment the boutiques, specialty stores and dining establishments, ensuring the complete satisfaction of every shopper who visits SM City Sucat.
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SM City Sucat
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SM City Sucat opened to the public on July 2001 along Dr. A. Santos P. Garcia Ave., Brgy San Dionisio, in Parañaque City. Standing a total lot area of 10.8 hectares, the mall features almost 55,000 sq. m. of carefully planned retail space to accommodate the shopping needs of the increasing populations of the cities of Parañaque, Las Piñas and the neighboring areas. SM anchor stores such as SM Hypermarket , SM Dept. Store, SM Cinemas, SM Foodcourt, Ace Hardware, SM Appliance Center, Watsons, National Bookstore, Surplus Shop and Sports Central compliment the boutiques, specialty stores and dining establishments, ensuring the complete satisfaction of every shopper who visits SM City Sucat.
SM Center Las Piñas is a shopping mall owned by SM Prime Holdings located along Alabang-Zapote Road, Pamplona, Las Piñas City, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is the second SM Supermall in Las Piñas after SM Southmall.
SM Center Las Piñas
SM Center Las Piñas is a shopping mall owned by SM Prime Holdings located along Alabang-Zapote Road, Pamplona, Las Piñas City, Metro Manila, Philippines. It is the second SM Supermall in Las Piñas after SM Southmall.
Gone are the days when you had to visit several different stores in order to buy everything on your home construction checklist. Today, you can simply head to AllHome to get everything you need. Introducing Builder’s Centre, before heading out, make sure you’ve settled on a concrete plan with your engineer and architect, and agreed on an estimate cost. When it’s time to go shopping, always consider durability and style before making your purchase. Any home needs a good foundation, so construction materials that last a long time are a must. For your new bathroom, sanitary ware utilizing state-of-the-art technology is a necessity, together with floor and wall tiles in the design and color of your choice. Don’t forget the details—hinges, locks, and other types of hardware are just as important in ensuring your home is at its best.
All Home Las Piñas
Gone are the days when you had to visit several different stores in order to buy everything on your home construction checklist. Today, you can simply head to AllHome to get everything you need. Introducing Builder’s Centre, before heading out, make sure you’ve settled on a concrete plan with your engineer and architect, and agreed on an estimate cost. When it’s time to go shopping, always consider durability and style before making your purchase. Any home needs a good foundation, so construction materials that last a long time are a must. For your new bathroom, sanitary ware utilizing state-of-the-art technology is a necessity, together with floor and wall tiles in the design and color of your choice. Don’t forget the details—hinges, locks, and other types of hardware are just as important in ensuring your home is at its best.
Hospitals
Las Pinas Doctors Hospital is a Multi Speciality Hospital in Pulang Lupa Dos, Las Pinas. The clinic is visited by doctors like Dr. Ethel Ramos-Vergara,Dr. Madonna Teves Mendoza and Dr. Frederick C. Aujero. The timings of Las Pinas Doctors Hospital are: Mon-Sat: 08:00-20:00. Some of the services provided by the Hospital are: Obstetrics & Gynaecology,Measles Treatment,Congenital Disorders Evaluation / Treatment,Scoliosis Correction and Internal Medicine etc.
Las Pinas Doctors Hospital
1742 CAA Road
Las Pinas Doctors Hospital is a Multi Speciality Hospital in Pulang Lupa Dos, Las Pinas. The clinic is visited by doctors like Dr. Ethel Ramos-Vergara,Dr. Madonna Teves Mendoza and Dr. Frederick C. Aujero. The timings of Las Pinas Doctors Hospital are: Mon-Sat: 08:00-20:00. Some of the services provided by the Hospital are: Obstetrics & Gynaecology,Measles Treatment,Congenital Disorders Evaluation / Treatment,Scoliosis Correction and Internal Medicine etc.
The Las Piñas General Hospital & Satellite Trauma Center (LPGH & STC), formerly called the Las Piñas Emergency Hospital was established in 1977 as an out-patient clinic located in front of the famous Las Piñas Bamboo Organ Church. It has been the only national government hospital in south Metro Manila. In 1984, the hospital was renamed as Las Piñas District Hospital (LPDH) and was integrated with the District Health Office IV under the National Capital Region, Department of Health (DOH)
Las Piñas General Hospital And Satellite Trauma Center, OB Ward – Nurse Station Office
The Las Piñas General Hospital & Satellite Trauma Center (LPGH & STC), formerly called the Las Piñas Emergency Hospital was established in 1977 as an out-patient clinic located in front of the famous Las Piñas Bamboo Organ Church. It has been the only national government hospital in south Metro Manila. In 1984, the hospital was renamed as Las Piñas District Hospital (LPDH) and was integrated with the District Health Office IV under the National Capital Region, Department of Health (DOH)
Las Piñas Medical Center is a Pediatrics/Paediatrics Clinic in Talon Singko, Las Pinas. The clinic is visited by doctors like Dr. Vernie Padilla,Dr. Carlene Solidum and Dr. Emily E. Barza. The timings of Las Piñas Medical Center are: Mon-Sat: 09:00-18:00. Some of the services provided by the Clinic are: Immunizations,Endoscopy,Infertility Evaluation / Treatment,Newborn Jaundice and Normal Vaginal Delivery (NVD) etc.
Las Piñas City Medical Center
1314 Marcos Alvarez Ave
Las Piñas Medical Center is a Pediatrics/Paediatrics Clinic in Talon Singko, Las Pinas. The clinic is visited by doctors like Dr. Vernie Padilla,Dr. Carlene Solidum and Dr. Emily E. Barza. The timings of Las Piñas Medical Center are: Mon-Sat: 09:00-18:00. Some of the services provided by the Clinic are: Immunizations,Endoscopy,Infertility Evaluation / Treatment,Newborn Jaundice and Normal Vaginal Delivery (NVD) etc.
Airports
Terminal 1 at Manila Airport operates international flights. Naia Terminal 1 consists of two levels: - Arrivals level: This is the Arrivals area. Find in this floor the arrivals hall and other services such as the baggage claim, customs & immigration, information desk, a transfer point, transport lounge, rental car counters, prayer rooms, lost & found, medical facilities and parking lots, among others. - Departures level: This is the Departures level. Services available: Day room, VIP lounge, shops and restaurants. Terminal 1 hosts the boarding gates 1 to 7, 9 to 12 and 14 to 16.
NAIA Terminal 1
Terminal 1 at Manila Airport operates international flights. Naia Terminal 1 consists of two levels: - Arrivals level: This is the Arrivals area. Find in this floor the arrivals hall and other services such as the baggage claim, customs & immigration, information desk, a transfer point, transport lounge, rental car counters, prayer rooms, lost & found, medical facilities and parking lots, among others. - Departures level: This is the Departures level. Services available: Day room, VIP lounge, shops and restaurants. Terminal 1 hosts the boarding gates 1 to 7, 9 to 12 and 14 to 16.
Terminal 2 operates with domestic and international flights by Philippine Airlines, the national flag carrier, PAL Express and other airlines listed below. This terminal is also known as Centennial Terminal in order to commemorate the centennial year of declaration of Philippine independence. The building has 6 levels, all focused to the central one, known as Rotunda. The shape of NAIA Terminal 2 is like a “V” with North and South sides. The Northern side operate with international flights, the Southern side serves domestic flights. Each wing has 2 levels: -Ground Level: Arrivals. -Second Level: Departures, Check-in and Boarding areas. It has 12 aerobridges that link directly Terminal 2 to the planes. There is a central park that surrounds the NAIA Control Tower.
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NAIA Terminal 2
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Terminal 2 operates with domestic and international flights by Philippine Airlines, the national flag carrier, PAL Express and other airlines listed below. This terminal is also known as Centennial Terminal in order to commemorate the centennial year of declaration of Philippine independence. The building has 6 levels, all focused to the central one, known as Rotunda. The shape of NAIA Terminal 2 is like a “V” with North and South sides. The Northern side operate with international flights, the Southern side serves domestic flights. Each wing has 2 levels: -Ground Level: Arrivals. -Second Level: Departures, Check-in and Boarding areas. It has 12 aerobridges that link directly Terminal 2 to the planes. There is a central park that surrounds the NAIA Control Tower.
Manila Airport Terminal 3 is just the newest and largest terminal in Naia Airport. Since 2017, Terminal 3 is connected to Newport City by a 220-meter long footbridge. It hosts the international flights operated by several airlines listed below. It is expected that all the international operations to be tranfered to Terminal 3 in order to lessen the existing congestion in Terminal 1. Terminal 3 has the capacity to handle 13M international passengers annually. It has 24 gates and 140 check-in desks. Naia Terminal 3 consist of four levels and a parking garage connected to the main terminal. See below the level distribution: -Ground Floor: Arrivals. Services available: Airport free shuttle, medical station, information counters, baggage claim area, car rental counters, transfer transit point and ATMs. -2nd Floor: Departures and ticketing desks. -3rd Floor: This level leads to the boarding gates. -4th Floor: Find in the mezzanine access to the boarding gates 118 to 120 and 131 to 134. Shops, food and beverages are located in this level and in the arrivals level.
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NAIA Terminal 3
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Manila Airport Terminal 3 is just the newest and largest terminal in Naia Airport. Since 2017, Terminal 3 is connected to Newport City by a 220-meter long footbridge. It hosts the international flights operated by several airlines listed below. It is expected that all the international operations to be tranfered to Terminal 3 in order to lessen the existing congestion in Terminal 1. Terminal 3 has the capacity to handle 13M international passengers annually. It has 24 gates and 140 check-in desks. Naia Terminal 3 consist of four levels and a parking garage connected to the main terminal. See below the level distribution: -Ground Floor: Arrivals. Services available: Airport free shuttle, medical station, information counters, baggage claim area, car rental counters, transfer transit point and ATMs. -2nd Floor: Departures and ticketing desks. -3rd Floor: This level leads to the boarding gates. -4th Floor: Find in the mezzanine access to the boarding gates 118 to 120 and 131 to 134. Shops, food and beverages are located in this level and in the arrivals level.