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Region 4a

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Region 4a

  1. 1. REGION IV-A CALABARZON
  2. 2. The CaLaBaRZon Region is located in the south­western part of the island of Luzon and has a total land area of 16,560 square kilometers. Calabar­zon is the second most densely populated region in the country, principally because it is the closest region to metro Manila. Because of its close prox­ imity to Manila and the industrial and economic opportunities that exist there, CaLaBaRZon is expe­riencing rapid urbanization.As of the year 2000, 67% of its population lives in urban areas. 05/20/15
  3. 3. MAP OF REGION IV-A
  4. 4. History CALABARZON or Region 4A (sometimes written with the Roman numeral as REGION IV-A), is what became of the other half when in 2002, SouthernTagalog (Region 4) was split into two.The term CALABARZON is actually an acronym representing letters from the names of the 5 provinces that comprise it – CAvite, LAguna, BAtangas, Rizal and QueZON. Like Region 3, it also spans from east in the pacific to the west in the south china sea.
  5. 5. Region IV- A is composed of five provinces Cavite Laguna Batangas Rizal Quezon
  6. 6. 05/20/15 Region 4-A (CaLaBaRzon) Batangas Maria Rosa Vilma T. Santos-Recto Liberal[2] Cavite Juanito Victor Remulla Lakas-CMD/Nacionalista/Partido Magdalo Laguna Emilio Ramon Ejercito UNA Quezon David Suarez NUP Rizal Rebecca A. Ynares NPC
  7. 7. CAVITE
  8. 8. An agriculture province and its major crops include rice, vegetables, fruits, rootcrops, coffee, coconut and sugarcane. It is endowed with rich offshore and coastal fishing grounds and fishing is a major source of livelihood in the coastal towns. Many industrial establishments are now operational and more industrial estates have been or are being developed in various parts. 05/20/15
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  10. 10. St. Mary Magdalene Church of Kawit, also known as Kawit Church is the parish church of the municipality of Kawit, Cavite in the Philippines. The Roman Catholic church is one of the oldest churches in the Philippines, construction of the present church was started in 1737.The church was last restored in 1990 by the citizens of Kawit.
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  12. 12. Festivals
  13. 13. 05/20/15  It is a 2 week-long province wide event held annually from May 28 to June 12.As its name suggests, the series of events for the festival are held to celebrate the independence day season. The festival was launched in 2005 with a variety of activities such as street dancing, float parade, beauty pageant and trade fair. Kalayaan Festival
  14. 14. 05/20/15 Also called the "Water Festival", the festival is comprised of games, street dancing, photo exhibit, trade fair, concert and water splashing.The festival is done three days from June 22-24 done in celebration of St. John the Baptist.  Regada Festival
  15. 15. 05/20/15 Local festival held every three years to relive the old practice of distributing agricultural lots to deserving farmers through raffle draws. Sorteo Festival February Carmona
  16. 16. 05/20/15 Recognized as an agriculture event.The occasion is participated in by dancers who come from agricultural sector.  February 1-3 Silang Sumilang Festival
  17. 17. 05/20/15 Kawayan Festival Held every 7th day of September wherein a group of street dancers parade in indigenous materials.An exhibit of bamboo products likewise done in the town plaza. September 7 Maragondon
  18. 18. 05/20/15 Pahimis Festival  Also Called the "Coffee Festival" as way of thanksgiving for abundant harvest of coffee in the municipality.Trade fair, street dancing, beauty pageant, coffee convention are the usual activities done during the occasion. Free flowing drinking of coffee is offerred to everybody. 2nd week of February Amadeo
  19. 19. 05/20/15 Wagayway Festival Every household display of Philippine flag is encouraged during the festival, and simultaneous waving of flags in the streets of Cavite. Different activities such as exhibits, trade fair, product display are held May 29 Imus
  20. 20. 05/20/15 Tinapa Festival The festival is celebrated to promote and perpetuate the image of Rosario as the place where smoked fish called "Tinapang Salinas" originates. October Rosario
  21. 21. Interesting Spots in Cavite
  22. 22. Cavite is a land blessed with a galore of natural wonders, making it gleaming and a perfect place for a memorable eco- holiday.The province boasts some of its most superb mountains, cave and falls which can truly fascinate its numerous visitors. Natural wonders in Cavite are mostly found in the upland areas such as:
  23. 23. Tagaytay Ridge At 2,250 ft. above sea level,Tagaytay Ridge offers a magnificent view of the smallest  volcano in the world,Taal Volcano, resting in the middle of sereneTaal Lake. 
  24. 24. Cabag Cave
  25. 25. Cabag Caves in Silang Cavite –  The place could be found at the bottom of the slope which runs down a steep angle to a brook. Lush greenery surround this little valley where at its bottom corner one could find the Cabag Cave where clear water strongly flows out. Inside the cave, an underground river flows and runs for about 50 meters inward.A pool of water is formed immediately of the mouth of the cave which leads to the brook.
  26. 26.  Balite Falls
  27. 27. Balite Falls (Amadeo).Two falls could actually be seen in the area, one which flows naturally, gushing strong clear water while the other one is outfitted into a pool of water with a deep part for the adults and the shallow for the children.
  28. 28. Malicbilic Falls
  29. 29. Malicbilic Falls.A valley borders the Malicbilic Falls, where a boulder strewn river cuts across the middle made by the gushing water from the falls.While at one far end of the river is the NAIA irrigation project, the other river route nearer the falls is a large pond, which could be viewed from a top of the border hills of the valley.A large pool of water forms at the base of the falls while  coconut trees, shrubs and other greenery flank its sides
  30. 30. Puerto Azul
  31. 31. PuertoAzul (Ternate).The plushiest resort in the area. It is equipped with modern and varied facilities and offers a wide range of sports and recreation from golf to a number of water sports. It has been the site of many international aqua sports competitions. A tourists’ paradise in the outskirts ofTernate town in Cavite, this pleasant resort is just a few hours drive from Manila.A world-class beach resort with it’s seven coves, black sandy beaches, luxurious accommodations, a famous golf course and good restaurants. It features facilities for surf and turf sports, and many other activities.
  32. 32. Ulong Tubig
  33. 33. UlongTubig (Carmona).A pool formed by natural spring water that comes from an adjacent hill.The pool leads to an irrigation pump which supplies a vast number of rice fields in Carmona.The area is shaded by coconut trees and other greenery. It is said that during the morning, the water is very clear. However, it becomes tinged green due to algae disturbed by swimmers during the afternoon.
  34. 34. Pico de Loro
  35. 35. Mountaineers who visit Pico de Loro discover that it is as enchanting as its name. High on Cavite’s highest point, they could behold the rocky tower that the Spanish sailors once saw as the parrot’s beak, and they could gaze towards South China Sea where the galleons once sailed, all the way to the historic island fort of Corregidor. Gusts of sea breeze reach the peak, refreshing hikers after a four-hour climb.The peak’s rocky outcropping is dramatic, and sharply contrasts with the plains of Cavite and the waters of South China Sea
  36. 36. Delicacies
  37. 37. Ginataang Langka Aside from the unripe jackfruit and coconut milk, you could add pork, chilis,  shrimp paste,  shrimps or even daing or tuyo.
  38. 38. Tamales Ingredients: 3 cups rice 5 cups coconut cream (thin & thick together) 2 tbsp atchuete seeds 2 cups white sugar 3 tsp powdered pepper 4 tbsp peanut butter Topping: 1 cup flaked chicken meat (cooked) 2 hard boiled eggs 1 cup cooked pork (sliced into strips) or 3-4Vienna Sausage (thin- round slices)
  39. 39. Bibingkoy Made of glutinuous rice stuffed with boiled mongo but instead of fried like buchi it is baked in an old style oven then topped with coconut cream sauce with sago(tapioca) langka(jackfruit) and kaong(sugar palms) although the last two had been omitted over the years to cut cost.
  40. 40. LAGUNA
  41. 41. Agriculture and fishery are the main industries that contribute a great part of the provincial economy.The crops produced are rice, sugarcane and fruits, specifically citrus and lanzones. It is the second largest producer of coconut in the country. It is also noted for its woodcarvings, paper-mache figures, barong materials and linen. 05/20/15
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  45. 45. Interesting Spots in Laguna
  46. 46. Lake Caliraya
  47. 47. Lake Caliraya Interestingly, Lake Caliraya in Laguna is a man-made lake situated in three towns - Lumban, Cavinti and Kalayaan.The cool mountain breeze of the Sierra Madre mountain and the deep waters of the lake combine to make Caliraya an excellent place for various water activities such as boating, jetskiing, water skiing, and windsurfing.
  48. 48. Japanese Garden
  49. 49. The Japanese Garden, located along Lake Caliraya in Cavinti, Laguna, is a memorial park built by the Japanese government in the 1970s in order to commemorate the Japanese soldiers who died during the SecondWorldWar.Tourists and guests can take leisurely strolls among its gardens and appreciate the amazing scenery of Lake Caliraya and the Sierra Madre mountain range.
  50. 50. Rizal Shrine
  51. 51. The Jose Rizal Shrine in Calamba, Laguna, the birthplace of the Philippines' national hero, is one of the most frequented historical and tourist sites in Laguna.An average of 270,000 tourists visit this shrine annually.According to the National Historical Institute (NHI), "It was in that house that the boy (Jose Rizal) was shaped and molded and who would become the finest expression of his race."
  52. 52. Enchanted Kingdom
  53. 53. Enchanted Kingdom (EK) in Santa Rosa, Laguna is the country's first and only world-class theme park. Enchanted Kingdom was recently cited by the government of Laguna for generating the biggest tourist arrivals in 2008.That's no wonder since kids and adults alike are especially thrilled to ride the various attractions that the park and recreation center has to offer
  54. 54. National Arts Center
  55. 55. The National Arts Center (NAC) situated in Mt. Makiling, Los Baños, Laguna is a center for aspiring young artists.The Philippine High School for the Arts (PHSA), a boarding school for artistically gifted Filipino secondary school students, is located here. For tourists, the NAC serves as the lookout point to Laguna de Bay,Talim Island, Crocodile Lake, and the surrounding towns of Laguna.
  56. 56. Delicacies
  57. 57. “Mache” (a small, buko pandan-flavored ball)
  58. 58. Espasol Espasol is a Filipino rice- flour treat in the shape of a slender tube.This simple espasol recipe yields 4 servings. 
  59. 59. Atole Atole or also known as Maja Blanca is a Filipino dessert composed of coconut milk, evaporated milk, cornstarch or corn flour, refined sugar and added with grated sweet corn. It is often called Coconut Pudding in some places.You can also add some toppings like latik or fried coconut curd, and shredded coconut to make it more appetizing.
  60. 60. BATANGAS
  61. 61. About half of the province’s terrain is generally rolling, while the rest is mountainous and hilly.The irregular coastline is dotted with coves, peninsulas and bays. It has two distinct seasons: dry from November to April and wet the rest of the year.Agriculture is the main economic activity and the major crops are palay, sugarcane, coconut and coffee. 05/20/15
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  63. 63. Festivals
  64. 64. – Sinukmani is one of the famous Filipino meriendas made of sticky rice cooked in sugar. Celebrated on June 9, Sinukmani Festival is participated by local folks, preparing and decorating their own sinukmani, making them visually and gastronomically enticing. This year’s celebration was an attempt to make a world record of the longest line of sinukmani ever made. Sinukmani Festival, Rosario
  65. 65. Balsa Festival, Matabungkay, Lian The first ever Balsa Festival was held on the 18th of May 2002 aimed to help the local community by bringing back the town’s popularity in theTourism Map. With the continued support of the Department ofTourism, the Balsa Festival has become an annual event that gives both local and foreign tourists a reason to revisit Matabungkay and experience a different kind of festival. 05/20/15
  66. 66. Interesting Spots in Batangas
  67. 67. Taal Lake and Volcano
  68. 68. Anilao A world famous dive site, the coastal village ofAnilao has many sites worthy of any discriminating diver. Facilities for diving, snorkeling, wakeboarding, windsurfing, jet-skiing and island hopping are available at many resort establishments
  69. 69. The Farm at San Benito, Lipa city
  70. 70. Delicacies
  71. 71. Kalderitang Kambing
  72. 72. Lomi
  73. 73. Beefsteak
  74. 74. RIZAL
  75. 75. The top industry garment production, followed by trading and service-oriented businesses.Agriculture is less intense compared with other provinces in the region.The major crops are rice and fruit trees, specifically mango, citrus, coffee, cacao and cashew. Eight towns lie along the northern coast of Laguna de Bay and depend on the lake for livelihood, including tilapia- and duck-raising. 05/20/15
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  77. 77. Interesting Spots in Rizal
  78. 78. Batlag Falls
  79. 79. Hinulugang Taktak, Antipolo  During the 16th century the residence nearby complained for boisterous sound produced by the bell during Angelus.The people demanded the local priest to remove the bell.And so the priest had to take it to the nearby river.This explains the name "Hinulugang Taktak" which means "Where the bell was dropped".
  80. 80. Daranak Falls
  81. 81. Mount Masungi Rock Formations, Tanay
  82. 82. Delicacies
  83. 83. Hibok-hibok What you see here is what people in the Cainta andTaytay towns of the province of Rizal call Hibok-hibok. Like most Philippine native desserts, it is formed through pounded glutinous rice or some from of carbohydrate rich crop, much like the  Moron and Binagol of Leyte  and the  Bud-bod Kabog of Dumaguete .
  84. 84. Ginisang Munggo at Tinapa
  85. 85. Moules a la Mariniere, (mussels cooked in white wine)
  86. 86. Sinantol
  87. 87. QUEZON
  88. 88. It is the country’s leading coconut producer. Other major crops are rice, corn, banana and coffee.Although it has vast forest lands, timber and other forest products are now only in very small quantities. Fishing is a year-round activity because of rich fishing grounds especially in the many bays.   05/20/15
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  90. 90. Interesting Spots in Quezon
  91. 91. Talabaan Islands
  92. 92. Mag-Asawang Bato The locals call it "Mag- asawang Bato" or "married rocks", nobody knows why.  These rocks are not really close to each other, when we are still on our bangka - we thought these two boulders are in not-so-close distance you may think they are just "acquaintance". 
  93. 93. Tulay Buhangin Island
  94. 94. Baluti Island
  95. 95. Delicacies
  96. 96. Longganisang Lucban 05/20/15
  97. 97. Bucaio

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