The Mango Farm


Tucked in the quaint village of Kingsville Court is a real mango farm, a 2.5-hectare piece of undivided property in the Cainta-Antipolo border. It is home to a community of over 200 fruit trees dominated by mangoes.

The Farm is just a 30-minute drive downhill from highly-urbanized Katipunan in Quezon City, 15 minutes from Robinson’s Metro East in Pasig, and a mere 10 minutes from SM Masinag in Marikina. In 2020, we will be easily accessible via LRT2 when it opens its new station in nearby Masinag.

Central to the Farm’s functionality as a working farm, family residence, and venue are its tastefully designed outdoor patios where guests can soak in the ambiance of a well-kept haven of greens.

On evenings, guests will revel even more at the elegance of this veritable tree garden, teeming with a multitude of capiz drop lights and strategically placed spotlights that dramatically emphasize the features of our trees. We also have an air-conditioned Glass Pavilion where our couples and their guests can celebrate in style and comfort.

As one writer puts it, it is an experience nothing short of walking through an alfresco gallery of art installations.


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About the Venue


Glass Pavillion
The air-conditioned Glass Pavilion, with an exquisite minimalist wood interior & waxed concrete facade by Parsons-trained designer, Fritz Santos, has a total usable area of 400 sqm and can seat 250 guests. The Glass Pavilion is connected to the upper quad patio/gardens (Plaza Gat Tayaw and La Carmen) via a picturesque 80-meter covered bridge on the West, and a covered pathway on the Eastside. Attached to it is the Sunken Garden, an open space used as a lounge area or cocktails space.

The Sunken Garden
The Sunken Garden is an open space attached to the Glass Pavilion. It can be used as a pre-dinner cocktails space or can be converted into a lounge using couches and ottomans (c/o the caterer).

The Avenida
The Avenida, lined with 40-year-old mango trees, is situated on the Farm’s sunset side, making it the most popular place for post-ceremony photo shoots. Our ancestral house (built-in 1930) stands at the end of this space.

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Plaza Gat Tayaw
Another patio is the brick-paved Plaza Gat Tayaw. It is a 255 sqm area shaded by four giant mango trees. The Plaza can be used for garden wedding ceremonies or can be converted into a lounge. The Plaza is connected by a wheelchair-accessible brick ramp to La Carmen and is situated next to the couple’s holding room, The Salon.

La Carmen
La Carmen, the Farm’s main Lanai area, is a 100 sqm patio with an adjoining 50 sqm gazebo and approximately 300 sqm of tree-bordered open grass space. Pre-dinner cocktails are held here, with a minibar that caterers can use as drinks & food stations. Throw-pillows on stone benches make it a comfortable and laid-back place for guests as they await the start of the reception.

The Salon
The Salon is a small, air-conditioned space that is usually used by couples as a holding room before the reception, or as a dressing and make-up room for engagement shoots.



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