Small and holy! Albay Board Member Vic Ziga Jr. invites people to visit the smallest chapel in the country


There’s a new attraction in Albay that people could check out.

What’s better is that it is also a place for prayer.

In a Facebook post, Albay Board Member Vic Ziga Jr. shared that the smallest chapel in the country is now open in a farm in Daraga.

There is a P75 entrance fee for visitors, but only P50 for children 12 and below.

Senior citizens can get in for free.

But Ziga reminded those visiting the place to observe physical distancing.

This is especially importance since the chapel is small.

Pray safely!

“Weekend Pasyalan sa Albay:

Bukas na sa publiko ang pinakamaliit na kapilya sa buong Pilipinas.Makikita ito sa isang farm sa Barangay Gabawan, Daraga, Albay. P75 ang entrance free at P50 pesos sa mga edad 12 pababa. Libre po sa Senior Citizens.

Stay safe at social distancing pa din po sa pagpasyal upang bawas stress po tayo.

Source: ABS-CBN News,” Ziga posted.

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