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Although the place is small but the place is great for site seeing, people are very accommodating and friendly and will nicely show you directions. Food are great also; there is this small eatery called ala eh as i recall that serves authentic batangas lomi...More
Just over a 2 hour drive from Manila thru the South Luzon Expressway and the Star Toll via Lipa exit, one can reach the heritage town of Taal. Must see in a full packed day tour - visit the Basilica and Museum of St. Martin...More
Lots of beautifully preserved Spanish-era houses that now serves as museums. If horse-drawn carriages are on sight instead of modern cars, it would have been a total disconnection from the present world. A quaint, small town perfect for history enthusiasts.
we were there post-lunch and the scorching summer heat was just unbearable. we sought shelter at a nearby convenience store and cool
ourselves up with soft ice cream.
taal’s heritage village lies within the central part of the town. when you walk down the street,...More
Perhaps one of the best place you can visit in Taal, Batangas. This UNESCO heritage town is just 3 hours drive from Manila using the South Luzon Express Way (SLEX) to Calamba and exiting to Lipa City. Driving on you will pass by the towns...More
March of '18 going to Taal, Batangas was a pleasant 2.5-hour drive on a Saturday. But without a Google map, it would be hard for a first timer to negotiate the place because signages were hard to come by. Once inside the Village, we just...More
Going around Taal is like having been transported back in the 1800s by a time machine. The people are friendly, helpful and always smiling. Everywhere you turn, you'll spot an antique house. The caretaker of the Agoncillo White House says there are 72 old houses...More