In And Around Tagaytay

San Antonio De Padua Church | In and Around Tagaytay

Quick note: San Antonio de Padua Church is located in Silang, Cavite. Silang is a town just outside Tagaytay City. This was an article I wrote for the wedding resource website Country Weddings Philippines, on the subject matter of churches in and around Tagaytay.

Among the Catholic churches in Cavite, particularly near or around Tagaytay City, that have become popular wedding venues, one up-and-rising star is the quaint “little” church of San Antonio de Padua Quasi-Parish in Barangay Pooc, Silang.

San Antonio ng Padua Church, San Antonio de Padua Church

St. Anthony of Padua, also known as Anthony of Lisbon, was a Portuguese Catholic priest and St. Francis of Assisi’s most celebrated follower. He was canonized barely a year after his death at the age of 35. He is famously known as the patron of lost articles, with his feast day celebrated on June 13. He is often featured with the Christ Child as it is said that this is how Jesus appeared to him.

To get there, one has to take note of the road sign going to Silang, about a couple of kilometers past the Philippine National Police Academy (if coming from the direction of Manila) along Sta. Rosa-Tagaytay road.

(from WeddingsInThe
Map - San Antonio De Padua

How To Get To San Antonio Ng Padua Church:

  1. When coming from Manila, take Sta. Rosa Exit from SLEX.
  2. Turn right and go straight going to Nuvali / Tagaytay. A few kilometers after Adventist University of the Philippines, you will find the Philippine National Police Academy on your left (the road will widen and there’s an island along the highway).
  3. Some 2 kms from the PNPA entrance, you will find a Caltex station on your left. Slow down and at around 600m further down, you will then have to turn right at the street sign that says “To Silang Town Proper”.
  4. Just follow the road and at around 2.5kms further down, you will see San Antonio De Padua Church on your left.

Contact Details:

San Antonio ng Padua
Pooc, Silang, Cavite
Phone: (+63 46) 414.1891


Parish Office Hours are Tuesday to Sunday, from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm

Fees and Inclusions

PhP 2,500 if either bride or groom is from the parish, PhP 5,500 if either bride or groom is from Cavite, PhP 10,000 for non-parishioners and non-residents of Cavite Downpayment of Php 1,000 upon reservation is required. This is non-refundable.

  • Use of church for one (1) hour for the ceremony (Eucharistic Celebration/Mass) and thirty (30) minutes picture taking
  • Availability of ushers and church staff (commentator and readers) if needed
  • Use of six (6) chandeliers
  • Sound system/CD player
  • Wedding chairs with kneeler for the couple and both parents
  • Quadruplicate copy of marriage contract with civil registration.

Wedding Schedule

Weekdays: 8AM 10AM 2PM 4PM
Wednesday & Saturday: 8AM 10AM 2PM 6:30PM


  1. Birth certificate and Certificate of No Record of Marriage (CENOMAR) from NSO
  2. Baptismal and confirmation certificate of both parties issued/valid for 6 months with notation “For Marriage Purposes”
  3. I.D. pictures – 3 pieces 2×2″ and 1 piece 1×1″
  4. Canonical interview at least 1 month before the wedding
  5. Pre-Cana Seminar
  6. Marriage Banns posted for 3 consecutive Sundays at the couple’s respective parish
  7. Marriage License from the municipal office of the municipality where the groom or bride resides. (If civilly married please submit NSO copy of Marriage Contract.)
  8. List of entourage – please submit a copy of the complete list of names of sponsors a month before the wedding date.
  9. Confession
  10. Review of marriage contract – a day before the wedding date; the couple should review the information on the marriage contract before the final printing.

Other Useful Bits Of Info:

  • Yes, you may pick music for rites.
  • Yes, you may invite your own priest to officiate.
  • Yes, you may add or use your own decor or flowers.
  • The church is not air-conditioned.
  • Yes, there is ample parking.  In fact, the church’s driveway may also be used for receptions provided the wedding is the last booking/event of the day.


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By Renzie

Renzie voluntarily removed himself from the hectic Metro Manila lifestyle, and moved to Amadeo, Cavite, just outside Tagaytay where he can wake up to the sound of roosters, and freshly brewed coffee in the morning.
By day, he manages a specialty cake shop. On weekends, he studies real estate management. In his spare time, he tinkers with websites. He loves DC action figures, the smell of paperback books, and KFC Hot N' Krispy.

18 replies on “San Antonio De Padua Church | In and Around Tagaytay”

Haha no worries! Yes it is a lovely church. In fact, San Antonio de Padua church is still one of the top choices for couples getting married in Tagaytay. Thanks for stopping by, Patricia!

Hello May!

Thanks for stopping by! The only contact number we have of San Antonio de Padua is their phone number– (+63 46) 414.1891. Not so sure if they have an email address, but let me give them a call tomorrow morning to check if they have one.

Hello Angela!

Thanks for stopping by!

Well you have a couple of options: you may consider going towards the side of Sta. Rosa/Nuvali, or the side going towards Tagaytay.

Going towards Sta. Rosa/Nuvali, Seda is probably the best option for a hotel. Going towards Tagaytay, you definitely have a lot more options, particularly along Tagaytay-Sta. Rosa Road. During our wedding preps, we booked a 5-bedroom house at Balai Taal so the whole family can be there, and it also served as our command center for the day, with all the wedding suppliers, etc.

Other than Balai Taal, other hotels such as View Park Hotel, Hotel Kimberly, Nurture Wellness Village, Hotel Dominique, Daj Suites, Keni-Po Suites, etc. have packages or options for families, or larger groups (if, say, you’d want to have your bridesmaids/groomsmen stay with you guys for the weekend or something).

The closest to San Antonio de Padua is The Hills at Silang. While they do have a number of houses large enough for an extended entourage, you might want to give them a call regarding availability.

Hope that helps!

Hi! I have been reading the earlier messages and saw that you we’re going to check if they have an email address. Did you happen to get the information? Thank you so much and happy new year!!!


Hello Jennie!

It seems the best way to get in touch with them is via the phone number provided, or you can ask your wedding planner to stop by for you. (Medyo old-timey pa ang office, so I don’t think they’re big on email or social media– I do hope that would change soon though!)

Hope that helps!

Hi Renzie,

Good Day!

I’ll be attending a wedding at San Antonio de Padua Church and you’ve suggested a place like Keni Po Suites. Just a quick question how far is it from the church to keni po? How many minutes would it take for me to travel? If i take a taxi approx how much would be the cost?

Thank a lot


Hello Monette.

Keni Po is in Tagaytay City. By car, you can get there from San Antonio de Padua in 30 minutes (45 siguro in heavy weekend traffic). No cabs operating in Silang or Tagaytay City though. If you’re travelling with friends/family, you guys might be better off chipping in for a vehicle rental you can use while you’re in town.

Hope that helps!

Hello Rona!

Off the top of my head, you have The Hills in Silang (which is the closest), Angelfields Nature Sanctuary along Tagaytay-Sta. Rosa Road (possibly the most popular among the options here), and Alta Veranda de Tibig. Other nearby venues worth considering: The Monochrome in Nuvali and Teofely Gardens.

I’m sure there are others in that general area of Silang/Tagaytay-Sta. Rosa Road, so you might want to consult with your wedding planner for that.

Hope that helps!

Thanks for stopping by!

Hi, nice write up. We’ve been trying to call their number but its always either busy or not accessible. Do you have an alternative?

Hi, we are from Manila and we are having Canonical Interview in San Antonio de Padua. Can you help us how to commute going to church?

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