Cemeteries in Luzon

Cemeteries in Luzon, Philippines

Luzon Cemeteries

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  • Dizon
    15 contributions
    The cemetery is nicely kept, and a good experience for my son. The local VFW used to be the caretakers, but now the U.S. government pays for it, and the additional care shows. Many of the graves date from WWII and pre-Pinatubo days. Others are ex-pats or Filipinos who fought for the U.S.A.
    Written January 12, 2020
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  • Dougie Do-right
    2 contributions
    Austere and moving, especially for an old Americano veteran. Wanted to return but was too emotional to repeat. It has been five years now and will return for the 4th of July in remembrance of these guys.
    Written February 18, 2021
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  • EndlessTravels
    Greater Melbourne, Australia35,310 contributions
    Not something to go out of your way to visit but worth a look if in area. The Japanese area within cemetery is very pretty and also features a monument to WW2 casualties of Japan
    Written April 4, 2019
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  • sarracene
    Seoul, South Korea14 contributions
    with arguably the best american bathroom in the country;-),
    not exaggerating; it's built to US federal specs!-)

    free entry anytime they're open to the public; potentially great for the kiddos to let off some steam..
    Written September 15, 2020
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  • NinoLeeZhongPing
    Makati, Philippines377 contributions
    Usually filled up during All Souls Day. Visited recently and it was all peaceful and quiet, the only people were the guards at the gate and caretakers. It was so peaceful. Visited the newly refurbished temple at its original site. Crisscrossed to find the tomb of Mr. Ma Mon Luk. Better time to visit as there are few people about.
    Written December 20, 2021
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  • Eddie G
    1 contribution
    My father SGT NOEL GUTIERREZ JR was a dog handler with the 3rd SPG K-9 D Flight from 1973 until the fall of sati on he was also involved with Operation Baby Lift one of his dogs named LINK W155 is buried at the K-9 cemetery in which I found after months of researching I came across a video of a man recording a video of the k-9 cemetery &it just so happened that I saw LINKS headstone & I went to show my dad & ive never seen my dad cry like he did knowing that LINK W155 was given a proper burial There’s another dog he handled while stationed at Clark named SHEP I can’t remember his tag number & im not sure if he is also buried at the K-9 cemetery. I’ve been trying too find out if there is an actual website where all of the dogs names are listed. If someone knows if there is one please let me know & too all who’s served at CAB I & AMERICA THANK YOU FOR UR SERVICE & DOING UR PART IN KEEPING AMERICA SAFE. GOD BLESS THE 3rd SPG K-9 handlers
    Written October 6, 2021
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  • ErikHK28
    Luzon, Philippines303 contributions
    When visiting Sagada this is of course a must see, but only once will do. At the time we go, Sagada just "opened" and only limited tours were available. Sign up a day before for the tour. It is a 2 hours hike in total easy to medium. The guide was very nice and accommodating. The coffins itself you only see like 10 and it is an interesting way to be buried but once you seen it it is OK.
    Written March 9, 2022
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  • Melissa
    San Pedro, Philippines186 contributions
    The Cemetery of Negativism, also known as the Lost Cemetery and was established way back 1980s. The place is a symbolic site for the burying of any kinds of negativeness, in thoughts, emotions, or attitude.
    Written May 15, 2020
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  • Elpidio M
    Honolulu, HI70 contributions
    The first time I visited Manila North Cemetery, I was shocked that people literally lived here among the tombs of dead people. I even took pictures. This is supposed to be a cemetery but what I saw was a community of people living inside .I hired a pedicab driver to tour me around. I saw the different tombs of well known people like Presidents of the Philippines, and a movie star. The mausoleums were huge like two storey homes.
    Written January 8, 2016
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  • Geegee
    2 contributions
    I can say that this cemetery is really unique and intriguing since it is the only underground cemetery found in the Philippines. The excellent attribute of this cemetery is its rich history. We learned that it had served as a meeting place by the Katipuneros back in 1896 and other events took place here that contributed greatly to our country's history. Furthermore, there were rumors that the crypt have secret passages leading to some places in Laguna. We were a bit dissappointed that the crypt is a bit small and there aren't so many things to do. This place is great for sidetrip when you are planning to tour around the province of Laguna.
    Written May 14, 2019
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  • Marlo Paulo Roxas
    24 contributions
    It's nice and clean. Not a creepy place at all. The only issue is that you can easily get lost in this cemetery.
    Written November 29, 2018
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  • SherwinJoseph
    Luzon, Philippines788 contributions
    The chapel is usually unnoticed. Located in at the cemetery entrance, it welcomes visitors with a feelig of 'eternity' for lack of a better term.

    This is not a usual tourist place. However, if you are a history lover or someone who appreciates old and ancient architecture, you may pay a visit. Accessible from the town proper; public vehicles are also available - tricycles.
    Written August 28, 2016
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  • Joco Maderazo
    Batangas Province, Philippines31 contributions
    I hope local officials will assign cleaners on this cemetery. The last time I visited here, I've noticed tall grasses all over the place.
    Written October 14, 2019
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  • Laman Doe L.
    Carmona, Philippines2,143 contributions
    Everyday I was visited my mother take care and showering of water their plants and also her grand daughter Charrey May Lamando Alano over there?..Near in public cemetery alongside, a few blocks of my home Carmona Estates.
    Written May 10, 2021
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  • Laman Doe L.
    Carmona, Philippines2,143 contributions
    Mostly every afternoon I visited hers to lightning a candles. Fixed their garden and put a beautiful flowers especially my niece she's like a sunflower.
    Written February 12, 2021
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