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Heav­enly sights at Golden Haven me­mo­rial parks

Posted by Golden Haven on October 30, 2020
Beautiful Scenery of Golden Haven Memorial Park

Zen gardens, na­ture trails and a but­ter­fly pavil­ion. What bet­ter way to honor the dearly de­parted than to trans­form a me­mo­rial park into an eco­log­i­cal sanc­tu­ary?

And for Golden Haven, a unit of the Vil­larowned prop­erty firm Golden Bria Hold­ings, its im­pec­ca­bly de­signed me­mo­rial parks com­bine el­e­gant ar­chi­tec­ture with ver­dant green­ery to cre­ate a tran­quil haven for fam­i­lies who come to visit.

In such vast, pic­turesque set­tings, the liv­ing cel­e­brates the lives of peo­ple they have loved and lost while cre­at­ing new, last­ing mem­o­ries with the fam­ily. Thus, it con­tin­ues to in­no­vate its me­mo­rial parks, mak­ing them as func­tional as pos­si­ble and aes­thet­i­cally at­trac­tive.

Take for ex­am­ple the Golden Haven in Amadeo, Cavite, the firstever ecomemo­rial park cur­rently in devel­op­ment in the Philip­pines. Not only will it pro­vide a beau­ti­ful lo­cale for re­mem­ber­ing loved ones who have de­parted, but it will also of­fer out­door at­trac­tions for vis­it­ing fam­i­lies to bond over.

Such out­door ac­tiv­i­ties in­clude a but­ter­fly pavil­ion, var­i­ous na­ture trails, and even a minia­ture zoo. Its coun­try­side vibe make it re­fresh­ingly con­ducive to re­liv­ing happy mem­o­ries while ap­pre­ci­at­ing the beauty of na­ture.

On the other hand, the 10 hectare Golden Haven in Ca­gayan de Oro boasts of a stun­ning recre­ation of the famed Christ the Redeemer statue in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. To boost its in­ter­na­tional flair, the park is built around the theme “Gar­dens of the World.”

Greetings in var­i­ous Asian lan­guages wel­come guests at the park that fea­tures themed en­claves such as the Ja­panese Zen gar­den, the Gar­dens of Amer­ica, the Tus­can Hills and more.

Pegged as the most beau­ti­ful me­mo­rial park in the coun­try, Golden Haven Park in Cebu is lo­cated just a few min­utes ride from the city.

This moun­tain­top sanc­tu­ary can leave one in awe, with its en­chant­ing nat­u­ral sur­round­ings blend­ing seam­lessly with its var­i­ous Ital­ianin­spired ameni­ties like the Pope John Paul II Me­mo­rial Hill, the Gar­den Plaza and the Im­pe­rial Gar­dens, among oth­ers.

These are just three of more than 30 pre­mier of­fer­ings of Golden Haven all over the coun­try, mak­ing it the largest chain of me­mo­rial parks not only in the Philip­pines but quite pos­si­bly, within the South­east Asian re­gion.

With more sites be­ing built, it moves closer to its goal of hav­ing a Golden Haven me­mo­rial park in ev­ery per­son’s home­town, al­low­ing its clien­tele to en­joy life’s peace­ful dusk, in the com­forts of familiar ground.

“It is our hope that the vast­ness and tran­quil beauty of Golden Haven’s me­mo­rial parks con­tinue to mo­ti­vate the liv­ing in mak­ing their vis­its a reg­u­lar habit in­stead of a yearly event,” said Red Ros­ales, pres­i­dent of Golden Haven.

“Week­end vis­its can af­ford fam­i­lies the chance to bond safely with each other while sa­vor­ing mem­o­ries of the dearly de­parted”, Ros­ales added.

With its mod­ern, re­fresh­ing take on the me­mo­rial park, there is clearly no bet­ter choice in the death­care in­dus­try than Golden Haven.

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