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My family and I visited this place while in Taal. Immediately as we parked our SUV, a 15 year old girl offered to be our curator. Her younger sister was there to be a guide as well (sharing her several encounters with the Lady). Several...More
When in Taal, a visit to the Shrine of Our Lady of Caysasay should be included to complete the journey. was amazed by the children 9-10 years old who served as our tour guide. they know their history by heart
One of the oldest church in Taal.
The tour guide told us that the statue of Lady of Caysasay was found floating in the river nearby. The people was surprised to found that it was burned after the bombing.
On our pilgrimage, this church is our first stop. Inspired by baroque style architecture, you can see the history of the church. At first, we attend mass preside by our parish priest. Then, the parish priest of the shrine tells us the story of the...More
On our tour of Taal, we visited Our Lady of Caysasay, a charming not so little church with an interesting history. So many amazing stories are told about Our Lady that I do not know which are true!
Inside the church there is a huge...More
You can take a bus if you are from Manila. Take the bus going to Lemery. From Lemery take the jeepney to Taal. Once you are in town proper you can hire a tricycle to take you there. 10 pesos per person. Hope... More
You can take a bus if you are from Manila. Take the bus going to Lemery. From Lemery take the jeepney to Taal. Once you are in town proper you can hire a tricycle to take you there. 10 pesos per person. Hope this helps!