Our craving for fresh seafood hit us again, one fine summer day. But this time around, we wanted the real deal. Only the freshest catch would be able to satisfy us. Our quest led us to the coastal town of Real in Quezon province.
Laguna may be considered as "The Resort Capital of the Philippines" but there are other hidden gems waiting to be discovered. I have lived in Laguna for almost 30 years now (I was born and raised here) but my family and I still continue to explore the many facets of Laguna.
Through this site I will provide you with information and tips on Laguna's:
-must-see tourist attractions
-best resorts and private pools
-crafts and products
-delicacies and specialty products
So come, let me guide you as you embark on your own Laguna getaway!
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If you want to have a natural hot spring bath experience, known as “Onsen” in Japan, then you should visit the Makiling Onsen Hotel in Los Baños, Laguna. This hotel offers indoor hot spring baths that are popular for relieving common ailments such as rheumatism, body aches and pains, arthritis, skin problems like acne, joint problems and many others.
The Japanese Garden along Lake Caliraya (in Laguna) is a memorial park built by the Japanese government in the 1970s in order to commemorate the Japanese soldiers who died during the Second World War.
Mount Makiling in Laguna is a legendary mountain that has inspired numerous tales, poems and legends owing to its mystical dweller and protector - Maria Makiling. The contour of the mountain is said to be the sleeping/reclining profile of Maria Makiling.
It is a forest reserve undedr the official stewardship of the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB). You can explore Mt Makiling through the UPLB College of Forestry and Natural Resources.