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The Philippines' first & largest memorial park.

The pioneer in the memorial park industry in the Philippines. Its first park opened in 1964. It is the largest memorial park company in terms of number of parks and development. The combined total area of all its parks totals 342 hectares.  In pursuit of its objective to provide prestigious memorial parks in the country, Manila Memorial Park has expanded to other parts of the nation, starting with Cebu City & Davao City.

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The first, the largest memorial park developer in the Philippines.
With eight (8) beautifully-maintained memorial parks/projects, five (5) in Luzon, two (2) in the Visayas (Cebu), and one (1) in Mindanao (Davao City).

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Pioneer in the Industry

The first company to introduce the memorial park concept in the Philippines (1964).

Largest Memorial Park

Manila Memorial Park is the largest memorial park developer.  Total land area owned or developed to date is in excess of 340 hectares.  

Biggest Memorial Park Care Fund in the Philippine Memorial Lot Industry

Income realized from this MPCF will be utilized for the general care and maintenance of the parks for years to come.

Crematorium and Chapel

The Company boasts of the first modern crematorium in the country, opened August 1985 in MMP-Sucat.. The Company was also the first to open a modern crematory within a memorial park setting. Currently, Manila Memorial Park operates four (4) sets of crematories, one in its Sucat Park, the second in Holy Cross in Novaliches, Quezon City., the third in its Dasmariñas Park in Cavite, and the fourth in its Bulacan park. A fifth modern crematory is set to open (est. April 2021) in MMP’s newest park project in Sta. Rosa City, Laguna.

Paz Memorial Chapels by Manila Memorial Park

In 2001, MMP partnered with La Funeraria Paz & the House of Investments to open Paz Memorial Chapels – Sucat, a full-service mortuary set in a modern 3-story edifice right inside MMP’s flagship park in Sucat, Parañaque City. Today, Paz – Sucat has made a name for itself as the most prestigious mortuary in South Metro Manila. Mid to long-term plans include the introduction of more Paz Memorial Chapels in other MMP parks.

Come March 2021, a new Paz Memorial Chapels by Manila Memorial Park will start operations, located inside MMP’s newest park project in Sta. Rosa City, Laguna. A first in the city, this two-story modern edifice features a state-of-the-art mortuary and ten (10) first-class and spacious viewing chapels.

Memorial Viewing Chapels

MMP continues to respond to market needs. Holy Cross, MMP – Bulacan & MMP – Dasmariñas now offer air-conditioned memorial viewing chapels where families can hold funeral wakes for their departed. The chapels are spacious, clean and modern, set amidst the Park’s signature lush greenery.

La Sagrada Columbary Building, Cebu City

MMP-Cebu leads in this innovation with the introduction of a stand-alone building complex right in the heart of Cebu City, called La Sagrada, which houses a modern-designed columbarium, as well as first-class viewing chapels for the convenience of the public. A first for MMP.

The Rizal Premier Chapel (MMP – Sucat)

A memorial viewing chapel, set inside MMP-Sucat, that sets the bar high with regard to service & features. First-class materials and furnishings, coupled with attentive five star hotel-like services, the Rizal Premier Chapel is for the discriminating family who wants the very best for their loved ones.

MMP – Sta. Rosa, Laguna

The Company’s first small-sized memorial park designed to cater to the community. This 11- hectare park will feature a full-service memorial park, which will include memorial lots, columbary niches, a crematory, and Paz Memorial Chapels by MMP, featuring a first-class mortuary and viewing chapels.


Head Office Trunklines: 8893-83-74 to 77

Sales inquiries (direct): 8815-1875 / 8815-1885 / 8815-1890          Email: (

Memorial Servicing Office (direct): 8818-5641 / 8893-8370         Email: (

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Tue - Fri: 7:00 am - 5:00 pm

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