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Travel Guide Silangan Garden and Pinto Art Museum in Antipolo, Rizal
Nestled within the 1 hectare plot of land in the hills of Antipolo – the Silangan Garden where Pinto Museum stood still, together with its in-house restaurant & cafe – Laya Personal Dining and Earth Cafe. An artist’s haven of creativity. The place took almost 2 years to plan, construct & organize the project. Pinto opened its doors to the public last December 5, 2010.
Silangan Garden is the home of the Silangan Foundation for Arts, Culture & Ecology – a non-stock, non-profit foundation spearheaded by Dr. Joven Cuanang, a neurologist and art patron. The museum houses the major paintings of some of the country’s contemporary visual artists, together with Cuanang’s impressive and inspiring art collection from the 1990’s.
1 Sierra Made Street
Grand Heights Subdivision
Antipolo City 1870 Rizal
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