Towns Delight - The Las Piñas Caterer
The Las Piñas Catering and Food Service Information Page
Las Piñas Food Catering Information
Las Piñas Accredited Caterers
Las Piñas Catering Venues
FERNBROOK GARDENS, LAS PIÑAS
Inside there is a massive atrium that welcomes guests into 4 venues, though I wouldn't call the venues gardens exactly, becuase the floors are finished with indoor tiles and the only hints of greenery are sparsely spread on the sides. The ceiling is full of beautiful white drapes cascading down from the center, which sort of looks like a giant cozy matress, the entire place really is very easy on the eyes. For an extra fee a horse-drawn carriage is available for a more grand entrance and perhaps the most unique part is there is also a gondola, which can ferry newlyweds to their venue via the man-made canal which also divides the venues from the chapel.
Now, obviously this sort of class does not come cheap, but if you can afford it, its well worth your hard-earned cash, you have to hurry though as getting a booking with them is really difficult and it is recommended that you make your reservation at least 18 months before your wedding.
Residential area of Las Piñas
The most affluent of all the gated communities found in Las Piñas are BF Resort Village, BF International Las Piñas, and Bf Homes Almanza. These subdivisions were developed by the same company that had developed the prestigious BF Homes in Parañaque. These three subdivisions are the residence of choice of most upper class and upper-middle class families. The retail shops, eating establishments, churches, and schools found within these areas makes them virtually self-contained communities. This adds to their appeal as the most prime residential neighborhood in the city.
Las Piñas Short History and City Information
The Bamboo Organ: This rare and unique musical instrument can be found inside the St, Joseph Church of the Parish of Las Piñas. Fr. Diego Cera, its first parish priest, constructed the organ in 1824 using hundreds of bamboo poles that he buried in the beach sand for one year so that these will resist termite infestations. The organ is admired not only for its construction, but for its melodious sound as well. Ancient though it is, the organ is still working and is still in use up to this day. That is why it becomes the center of attention when the city celebrates the Bamboo Organ Festival during the month of February which attracts many music artists all over the world.
Sarao Jeepney Factory: Dubbed as the “King of the Road,” the ubiquitous jeepneys that ply the roads of Metro Manila and in the provinces are a testament to the ingenuity of the Filipino. Las Piñas is the acknowledged jeepney producing center of the country, and the Sarao Jeepney Factory owned by Leonardo Sarao is the recognized pioneer and leader in the industry. Your trip to Metro Manila will not be complete without visiting this vehicle assembly plant located along Padre Diego Cera Ave., Pulanglupa to witness how these works of art on four wheels are made.
Salt Beds: The distinction “Salt Center of Metro Manila” used to be held by Las Piñas—until the construction of the Coastal Road and land reclamation project in Manila Bay severely affected the industry. However, through the initiatives of local government leaders, the salt beds of Las Piñas were restored giving visitors the chance to see the traditional method of salt-making and harvesting the way the people in this historic place have been doing it for the past two centuries.