In celebration of Ternate, Cavites Foundation Day and town fiesta, the Ternate Historical Society in cooperation with the Municipal Administration of Mayor Conrado Lindo, organized the grandest Mardicas Festival yet, which will be held until Jan. 6.
This is the first SM Marketmall in Dasmariñas Cavite. It is open 24 hours, It is the first vertical wet market development with a Hypermarket, 1,073 wet and dry market stalls, restaurants, services, and a bagsakan area.
Flea Markets. Caviteños are very fond of Flea Markets or "tiangge-tiangge". Products here are mostly class A, or those made after original products. They are cheap compared to their original counterpart, and Flea Markets span a wide range of products from school supplies, to shoes, to clothes, all at an affordable price.
1. Corregidor It is the largest of the five islands guarding the entrance to Manila Bay. The island is one of the most important places during World War II. Corregidor is an island fortress where Filipino and American forces fought against the Japanese invaders in 1942. It has become a tourist attraction with tunnels, cannons and other war structures still well-preserved. The famous line of General Douglas McArthur said is associated with Corregidor: “I shall return!”
While a place would certainly reap the conveniences of being close to the city, the danger lies in the possibility of losing its identity. The town of Bacoor in northern Cavite, being the southern backdoor of Metro Manila, often seems a part of the urban sprawl. But Bacoor Mayor Strike Revilla begs to differ and strives to highlight the towns history and unique character in the ongoing Bakood Festival set for the last week of September.