Silang is a town of great potential. From its vast land area suitable to agriculture and real estate to high-end leisure development and private farming enclaves, the town's vast resources, reliable road networks and transportation makes Silang viable choice.
Come home where life is always serene and fresh. From cool breeze to abundant produce, Silang offers its residence a genteel lifestyle away from the densities of the metro.
As one will truly enjoy the lush greeneries and crisp cool air, take time to check out the ornamental plants by the road, sip a coffee in our quaint restaurants and even pick blooms and veggies in our various organic farms. We have more yet to be explored.
We are proud of our local treasures. From our 420-year old broque church to the soon-to-be development Eco-tourism sites, we are paving the way for Silang's tourism development.
Mabuhay and Welcome to Silang!
FACTS AND FIGURES
Located on the eastern section of Cavite and just 45 kilometers (28 miles) south of Manila, Silang is bordered by the municipalities and cities of general Trias, Dasmriñas and General Mariano Alvare(GMA) on the north, Sta. Rosa, Laguna on the east, westward by Amadeo and by Tagaytay on the south. Silang is only 20 kilometers away from the famous Taal Lake and Volcano.
This first class municipality of 64 Barangays has an area of 209.4 square kilometers (80.8 sq mi) and a
population of 213,490 according to the 2010 census.
Silang's high elevation offers picturesque views of the sloping terrain and a cool temperature climate conducive for leisure farming, large-scale agriculture and horticultural industries and prime residential developments.
BUILT HERITAGE AND ICONS
Silang is blessed to retain its 420-year old church despite natural calamities and seismic activities. What is more amazing is the intricate 17th century baroque retablos made of wood depicting the hagiography of Mary, the saints and the glory of the Jesuits who founded the church in 1599 after taking it over from the Franciscans. The town is also home to the National Shrine of Our Lady of La Sallete, the wedding church of San Antonio de Padua, the Philippine National Police Academy(PNPA) and the regional headquarters of the Seventh Dt Adventist and the Adventist University of the Philippine(AUP).
Rich mountain water resources abound. Silang is dotted with natural springs, rivers and lagoons. Discover the pristine Cabag Cave with its teeming flora and fauna as well as the malindig in Carmen, water springs in Balubad, Biga. Cabangaan and Hoyo Lagoon. Further development awaits for these natural treasures.
Fertile soil covers the whole area of Silang making it one of the food baskets of Manila. Various local produce of pineapples, bananas, coconuts, coffee and papayas are available all year round attributed to modern day farming methods. Organic vegetable farming and hydro phonic farms offer consumers will wide range of fresh vegetables.
PRODUCTS & BUSINESSES
From freshly ground coffee to ripely picked pineapples, the market sells an array of produce as well as homemade Halaya or Ube Jam, Honey and Coco Jam. Handcrafted coconut vinegar also lined up the roadsides. Potted ornamentals are available at amazing prices. Quality wood works for home and furnishings offer designs from antique reproduction to modern aesthetics. Coy restaurants tucked within lush barrios serve delectable dishes from organic gourment of local and authentic Asian fare to European delicatessen.
Annually, the municipality celebrates an agriculture even, The Sumilang Festival, showcasing the finest products Silang has to offer. This coincides with the traditional parish three-day fiesta for Nuestra Señora de candelaria every February.
Some of our renowned local businesses and development hubs:
|Angelfields Sanctuary||Chateau Hestia|
|Ayala Westgrove||Ilog Maria Honey Bee Farm|
Basic Necessity, Inc.
Rivera Golf and Country Club
|Bawaii Vietnamese Kusina||
|CAFFMACO||South Forbes City|