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Cainta Map, Philippines

If you feel like you need some help to find your way in your destination city, you are in the right place. This Cainta Map will certainly help you to seek out the best restaurants, clubs and sights in town. You want to know what is the best place for a walk? Or what you should be watching out for during your visit? Learn more about the best things to do in the city reading our travel tips and then get around in Cainta with Travelgrove's map. While searching for places, you can also check some cheap flights or deals or you can take a look at our user's galleries about the city. We hope you will find our city map of Cainta useful. Enjoy your trip and come back to share your travel experience about Cainta!

Cainta Travel Guide

Cainta is known for the Igorot Village which is situated at Barangay San Juan.  Igorots are native inhabitants who are now seen in the Mountain Province.  The village is man-made with semi-modern houses completing the entire area.  This is in tribute to the families who settled in the place.  Though not much of the tribe is seen in Cainta these days, the local government continuously supports the existence of this... read more

Cainta Sightseeing

The entryway to the East, Cainta is also the Philippine’s esteemed producer of native delicacy called bibingka or rice cakes. Most importantly, its nearness to the bustling metropolis of Manila is making it an interesting stopover for any tourist to discover. read more

Cainta Nightlife

It’s going to be an evening jaunt with golfers and club hang-outers at the Valley Golf Country Club. It’s not just a tourist attraction but also a most celebrated spot where the elite and middle-class converge for sweet talks during the night. Just chilling with a glass of cold drink and some pica-pica, these golfers interact with walk-in guests to refresh their minds of what a wonderful day it’s been. read more

Cainta History

Called a village back then, Cainta was already a flourishing farming place before the arrival of Spaniards. During its founding year in 1571, it still belonged to Taytay, Rizal. From being Jesuit-governed, it later became a portion of Pasig administered by the Augustinians, but Cainta was handed back to the Jesuits by Spain’s ruler in 1696. When Cainta became a freed town in 1760, there began a short British... read more

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