The Nayong Pilipino Park is a cultural park that is oftenly labeled as the "Philippines in miniature".
Nayong Pilipino was intended to give both local and foreign tourists a glimpse of the country's famous landmarks and cultural heritage.
Inside the park are six regions representative of the Tagalog, Bicol, Visayas, Cordillera and Ilocos.
A presentation of regional houses introduce the architectural styles particular to each region. Samples of artworks and handicrafts are also displayed to showcase each of the region's creativity.
The Tagalog Region is represented by a replica of the historical Aguinaldo House
and the Tagalog Pavillion, a venue for social and political gatherings from the early Spanish period up to the present.
The Bicol Region has a reproduction of Mount Mayon
and the Cagsagwa Ruins
The Visayan Region is aptly represented by the replicas of Cebu's most famous historical landmark, Magellan's cross, and Bohol's picturesque Chocolate Hills
A Datu's house, Moslem Mosques, and Samal Houses can be found at the Mindanao Sulu Region.
A replica of the Banaue Rice Terraces
, also known as the Eight Wonder of the World, can be found at the Cordillera Region.
An authentic Vigan House, one of the remaining vestiges of three hundred years of Spanish Colonization, highlights the Ilocos Region.
Spread a feat for a family picnic on the grass. Glide with your loved one in a banca past the colorfully decorated Samal Houses. Those who prefer quiet relaxation can cast their lines into the lagoon for tilapia. Shoppers can visit the many souveneir shops selling handicrafts found only in the Philippines. There is also a mini-aquarium stocked with a variety of fish, shell and coral species indigenous to the Philippines. Exotic birds can be found in the aviary.