Images of Antipolo

It is not enough to simply live in this beautiful city, to own some real estate or property here in Antipolo. You can also enjoy the many sites, sounds, aroma and wonders of being in Antipolo. There’s the church, the wafting aroma of newly-roasted cashew nuts (kasoy), suman, an enjoyable ride on the hamaka, and so much more.

Here are some places on the web that generously share the many images of Antipolo…

Thinking of Antipolo (by foodesign)
Some of the photos you will find are the image of Antipolo’s Our Lady of Peace & Good Voyage, the Antipolo hillside, suman sa ibus in coconut leaves, and a stall where you can buy kasoy.

Getting Around in Antipolo

You can easily get around Antipolo with the help of jeepneys and tricycles. While they have been experimenting with new traffic rerouting schemes, trike drivers have gotten accustomed to the changes.

If you are going to different Antipolo properties such as St. Gabriel Heights or St. Alexandra Estates, then be assured that the traffic rules have not been changed. This means public transportation drivers can easily get you to your home in the Avida Land community in Antipolo.

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Avida Land Communities in Antipolo

One of the nicest places to live in here is the Avida Land community in Bgy. Dalig, Antipolo. You’ll find two communities there: St. Alexandra Estates (SAE) and St. Gabriel Heights (SGH). The entire community is around 21 hectares large, with St. Alexandra taking up a little over 6 hectares.

Avida Land is an Ayala Land company, and it shows, particularly in the quality of the houses. In addition, the location is perfect because you are just a few minutes away from the Antipolo church, Shopwise, several schools in Antipolo, the Unciano Medical Hospital, Hinulugang Taktak, and various resorts.

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