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Sagay City Garden and Living Tree Museum

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Nice ambience

Perfect spot to unwind. Beautiful landscape, flowers and trees. If you love to take photos of... read more

Reviewed 21 September 2016
CarlaTortal
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Singapore, Singapore
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Living Trees Indeed and Friendly Caring People

Known by the people as "The Plaza" boasts of Mahogany Trees that maybe around since the 1950's... read more

Reviewed 11 August 2015
Elmo B
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Manila, Philippines
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2 Aug 2017
“Wonderful garden”
20 Sep 2016
“Nice ambience”
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Reviewed 2 August 2017

Nice and quiet. Wonderful place for couple. I and my fiance were visiting this garden and had a great time together and lots of memories during our trip to Sagay. A place to visit if you pass by Sagay

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Reviewed 21 September 2016 via mobile

Perfect spot to unwind. Beautiful landscape, flowers and trees. If you love to take photos of ornamental plants and flowers, this place is perfect for you. The garden is located few blocks from the Ceres bus station. You can ride on a tricycle cost P7.00...More

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Reviewed 11 August 2015

Known by the people as "The Plaza" boasts of Mahogany Trees that maybe around since the 1950's, towering palm trees since 1970's, nice lawn and paved walkways. The place definitely brings one back in time. Food is available from the small kiosks offering barbecue and...More

3  Thank Elmo B
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