Flower Delivery San Juan
Despite the fact that San Juan is the tiniest part of Metro Manila, it is jam-packed with fun things to do! San Juan has a land area of just 6 square kilometers and is located in the heart of the city, sandwiched between Manila, Quezon City, and Mandaluyong. San Juan got its name from the locals' desire to honor their benefactor, St. John the Baptist, who is commemorated every June 24th by drenching the streets of San Juan with water during the town's celebration. So, how do you spend your time in San Juan? The Pinaglabanan Shrine, Greenhills Shopping Center, Club Filipino, and their own Agora Complex are all worth visiting. San Juan also has a plethora of other bars, restaurants, and culinary hangouts that are rich in San Juan history.
History of San Juan
San Juan is also home to a number of noteworthy religious sites. The infamous St John the Baptist Parish, or more commonly known as the "Pinaglabanan Church," is where San Juan's own John the Baptist is revered. The Santuario del Santo Cristo church is the region's oldest, while the nearby Filipino-Chinese people are served by the present Mary the Queen Parish in West Greenhills of San Juan.
The Iglesia ni Cristo in San Juan had its main headquarters in town from 1925 to 1971 at its previous Central Office Complex, which was then the home of F. Manalo. It features outfits with Art Deco details designed by National Artist for Architecture Juan Nakpil. San Juan's Chapel is the absolute highlight of the entire Complex, which includes both the old Central Office and the Pastoral House. Ka Felix Manalo, the congregation's first Executive Minister, as well as other Ministers and Evangelical Staff, lived in these areas. When Manalo died in 1963, modeler Carlos Santos-Viola designed a catacomb on the Complex grounds.
The name "San Juan District" is derived from the city's traditional name, "San Juan del Monte." Similarly to other places in the Philippines, the name is in honor of a holy person; in this case, Saint John the Baptist stands out as the saint revered by all San Juan residents. The official name of the city is "Dakilang Lungsód ng San Juan."
Flower Delivery in San Juan
Don't waste any more time on what to wear to your next important event. Browse Philippine Blooms' fresh flower collection, which includes daisies, gerberas, lilies, roses, and carnations, to create an arrangement that represents just what you want to say. Flowers are a joyful part of San Juan culture, so you can always count on them being appropriate for any occasion.