Quezon Archive

  • The best feature of Tamarind Tree Resort I would say is its proximity to the beautiful beaches around Padre Burgos. It is just a mere 10-15 minutes boat ride from the beachfront of the resort in Barangay Basiao to Dampalitan and Borawan Beach.

    Quezon Accommodation: The Tamarind Tree Resort

    The best feature of Tamarind Tree Resort I would say is its proximity to the beautiful beaches around Padre Burgos. It is just a mere 10-15 minutes boat ride from the beachfront of the resort in Barangay Basiao to Dampalitan and Borawan Beach.

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  • Pagbilao a progressive town in the province of Quezon situated between Lucena (the capital of the province) and Quezon National Forest Park (a scenic forest reserve near the town of Atimonan). It is easily accessible by private and public transport being strategically located along the national highway.

    Quezon: Island-Hopping at Pagbilao

    Pagbilao a progressive town in the province of Quezon situated between Lucena (the capital of the province) and Quezon National Forest Park (a scenic forest reserve near the town of Atimonan). It is easily accessible by private and public transport being strategically located along the national highway.

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  • Borawan Beach is probably the most visited and the most scenic beach on Lipata Island out of all the undeveloped beaches around the coastal village of Barangay Lipata. It is situated within lush mountains and rocky cliffs overlooking the Tayabas Bay in the Sibuyan Sea

    Padre Burgos Quezon: Borawan Beach

    Borawan Beach is probably the most visited and the most scenic beach on Lipata Island out of all the undeveloped beaches around the coastal village of Barangay Lipata. It is situated within lush mountains and rocky cliffs overlooking the Tayabas Bay in the Sibuyan Sea

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  • Dampalitan Beach is an unspoiled beache around Padre Burgos that boasts a long stretch of white sand and a tropical ambiance.

    Padre Burgos, Quezon: Dampalitan Beach

    Dampalitan Beach is an unspoiled beache around Padre Burgos that boasts a long stretch of white sand and a tropical ambiance.

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  • Padre Burgos is one of the laid-back towns in the province of Quezon noted for its pristine beaches and friendly people.

    Quezon: Beach-hopping at Padre Burgos

    Padre Burgos is one of the laid-back towns in the province of Quezon noted for its pristine beaches and friendly people.

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  • Villa Escudero is a unique experience of Philippine country life. It offers a glimpse into the Philippines’ rich cultural heritage, and visitors are treated to a unique blend of the country’s cuisine, customs, dresses and cultural dances set in a serene pastoral atmosphere.

    Villa Escudero – A Glimpse of Philippine Heritage

    Villa Escudero is a unique experience of Philippine country life. It offers a glimpse into the Philippines’ rich cultural heritage, and visitors are treated to a unique blend of the country’s cuisine, customs, dresses and cultural dances set in a serene pastoral atmosphere.

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  • Pahiyas Festival is an annual celebration that culminates on the 15th of May in honor of San Isidro de Labrador. It is a form of thanksgiving to the patron saint of farmers for their bountiful harvest. During the festivity each household engages in a friendly competition where they get to showcase their creativity by lavishly decorating their houses with their native produce or showcasing a livelihood display of their products. Pahiyas or "payas" literally means decorating the wall with Kiping ang agricultural products.

    Pahiyas Festival in Lucban Quezon

    Pahiyas Festival is an annual celebration that culminates on the 15th of May in honor of San Isidro de Labrador. It is a form of thanksgiving to the patron saint of farmers for their bountiful harvest. During the festivity each household engages in a friendly competition where they get to showcase their creativity by lavishly decorating their houses with their native produce or showcasing a livelihood display of their products. Pahiyas or "payas" literally means decorating the wall with Kiping ang agricultural products.

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