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Taytay

  1. 1. The Municipality of Taytay is a first class, densely populated municipality in the province of Rizal, Philippines. It is currently the third most populous municipality in the country. Conurbated with Metro Manila, it is bounded by Cainta on the north, Pasig City and Taguig City on the west, Antipolo City in the East and Angono on the South. It is the "Woodworks and Garments Capital Of the Philippines" TAYTAY
  2. 2. Old Taytay Municipal Plaza
  3. 3. BAHAY KAWAYAN is located in ILOG PUGAD, Brgy San Juan, TAYTAY, RIZAL. Near PureGold Taytay.
  4. 4. A weeklong celebration of thanksgiving. The festivities showcase the talents of Taytayenos in terms of woodworks (HAmba), sewing machine (MAkina), garments/couturier’s design (KAsuotan). Activities during the festival includes trade exhibit, street dancing, fashion in the street, sportsfest and Ms. HAMAKA. The festival aims to promote tourism in Taytay and revitalize the woodworks and garments of the municipality.
  5. 5. In celebration of the Philippine International Arts Festival, SM City Taytay, in cooperation with Nemi R. Miranda, Rizal First Lady Andrea Ynares, Rotary Club International District 3800, National Commission for Culture and The Arts, Rizal Provincial Government, Rizal Tourism Office and Taytay Tourism Office present the 3rd Rizal Arts Festival!
  6. 6. Toni Gonzaga Toni was born on January 20, 1984, to Methodist parents Carlito and Crisanta Gonzaga. Her birth name, Celestine, was given to her father by a boxer. She has a younger sister named Catherine. She began to sing at the age of four participating in various singing competitions. She took up mass communications at the Dominican College...
  7. 7. Max's Restaurant, "The House that Fried Chicken Built" one of the leading fast casual restaurants in the Philippines with branches abroad.

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