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Las Piñas is bounded by Paranaque City on the north and northeast, Muntinlupa City on the east and southeast, by Imus, Cavite on the south and, by Bacoor, Cavite on the west and southwest.
Las Pinas consists of three zones, namely: the Manila Bay area, the Coastal Margin, and the Guadalupe Plateau.
How To Get There:
Buses, jeepneys, taxis, and tricycles bound for Las Pinas are available in many parts of Metro Manila.
Bamboo Organ (St. Joseph Church of the Parish of Las Pinas City, Diego Cera St.)
This world-famous organ made of indigenous materials like bamboo and wood is said to produce a unique melodious sound that cannot be reproduced by any other instrument in the world.
Sarao Jeepney Factory (Diego Cera St., Pulang Lupa)
Sarao started the business of transforming the G.I. jeeps into commuter vehicles. It has since become the biggest jeepney manufacturer in the country. Although jeepney production has stopped, the Sarao factory remains open to visitors.
St. Joseph Church (Diego Cera St.)
This church houses the famous Bamboo Organ. It was constructed between 1797 and 1819 using adobe or volcanic stones. The church was restored between 1971 and 1975 by architects Francisco Manosa and Ludwig Alvarez.