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Very large plaza with many benches and sitting areas. Accessible from all four streets around it. Lovely, mature plant and trees, plus many walking path areas. Popular with people of all ages. Almost always you can find snack vendors on two of the side streets....More
As with many things in Silay City, this plaza fits into a well-constructed larger plan that promotes the hierarchy and richness o the area. The park offers shade from a few of the most amazing trees I have seen in the Philippines - huge trees...More
I highly recommend you visit here 3rd week of December for you to see how beautiful they decorate the place for Christmas. Each Brgy showcase their talents in making christmas lanterns using recycled materials.
For me, this is one of the simplest yet the best public plaza I have seen. It does not have sophisticated sculptures, but it is very environment friendly. The big trees sorrounding the plaza make it a perfect place to relax, feel refresh and breathe...More
We stayed here to ear out lunch and the place is clean and has that very rural vibes. Nice place to rest for a few hours after the walks around Silay. I would say that the park is maintained with cleanliness and so many plants...More
This plaza was a pleasant, brief stop for me to gather my thoughts after having a look at the various excellent historic homes in Silay City along with its impressive Catholic Pro-Cathedral.
As with the previous TA reviewer, there wasn't anything of note happening mid...More
It's clean and have lots of trees where one can rest, it can easily be visited if one can have easy quick stroll to the plaza since taxis going to airport is just in the corner of public plaza and the fare is P50.00 but...More
After Balay Negrense, we were pretty tired. So we decided to plop down in the Silay Public plaza. En route, we saw the beautiful Silay North Public school (now being renovated) - it looked real heritage - yellow and brown in colour, 2 storeys high,high...More