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    Makiling Botanic Gardens

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

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    Makiling Botanic Gardens in Los Banos offers a nice stroll with good views. Center for Philippine Raptors located within is a mini-zoo where you can find birds of prey. The walk along the path towards the top offers a cool & refreshing sights with canopy of trees. The garden is a facility for scientific research and for recreation with fixtures such as swimming pool, picnic areas and nature trails. It is not so botanical, only trees.
    Makiling Botanic Gardens is a good alternative to Mt. Makiling National Park which had negative reviews due to incidents of robbery inside the park. Few people also got lost roaming the huge park.

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    Rialto at EK

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

    Rialto at EK is pure enjoyment. This is one of the rides I enjoyed most. At first, I just closed my eyes for fear of the unknown but after quite a while, I found it to be really fun. It's like in a movie theater but your seats move. Like going to the Galactica in a spaceship.

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    Kart Trak at EK

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

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    Kart Trak is located at the Space Port in Enchanted Kingdom. This ride is not included in the package so you have to pay additional P220/350 per person to be able to enjoy this 9-minute ride. Go as fast as you can. Best enjoyed with the other riders. Wearing of helmet is a must. Height requirement is at least 4' 6". Maybe one or two-seater. Waiver signature by the guardian for riders below 18 yrs old.

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    Dance Show at EK

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

    At Enchanted Kingdom, you will be provided with entertainment such as live band and dance show. The dance show is complete with costumes and props like fire-eating rituals done by the dancers. We took some pictures of the show.

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    Jungle Log Jam at EK

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

    Jungle Log Jam at EK offers exhilarating ride in the water. Expect to get soaking wet. You will slowly be ushered to the top. Then suddenly down you go. I didn't get to ride this but some said they enjoyed the ride very much.

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    Bump N' Splash at EK

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

    Bump N' Splash at EK offers a thrilling ride. It's like a bump car in the water so prepare to get wet. I prefer the Dodgem (bump car) coz it's faster. It took us a long while to be able to ride the Bump N' Splash coz of the long queu.

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    Grand Carousel at EK

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

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    Grand Carousel is at Victoria Park in Enchanted Kingdom. I took the ride several times, not being able to enjoy the more thrilling rides coz of faint heartedness. For P150, you will gain unlimited access to this ride. Applicable for all ages.

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    Enchanted Kingdom

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

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    Enchanted Kingdom is an amusement park opened in 1995. It is located 10 km north of Calamba at Santa Rosa, which claims to be the country's first and only world-class theme park". Familiar sounding rides like the Space Shuttle, Jungle Log Jam, Wheel of Fate, and the 100-foot high Ferris Wheel are complemented by interactive displays, an archaeological dig and much more. Open Mon-Thu 2-9pm, Fri-Sat 10am-midnight, Sun 10am-10pm; admission Adult P500/600; Child P350/420. Child 35" and under are free. Carousel Special Pass P150 with access to Grand Carousel, Bumbling Boulders and Boulderville Express.
    Pasyal Pinoy sa Enchanted Kingdom offers shuttle service and EK Day Pass to the Park for P700/800 per person. Pick-up point is Ayala Center Terminal.
    El Cielito Inn in Sta. Rosa also offers EK packages for P3600/3900.

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    Paete Paper Mache

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

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    Laguna is an important center for traditional Philippine handicrafts, one of the most important of which are the woodcarving and paper mache industries of Paete. We roam around the shops and took some photos of their paper mache products done beautifully and artistically.

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    Paete Woodcarving

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

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    Paete town is a community of skillful artisans popular for its woodcarvings. It is the best known Philippine centre for wood carving in ebony. Their products are cheap. For P150, I was able to buy a beautiful souvenir item, a home decor.

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    Paete Church

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

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    Paete Church is the other attraction of the town of Paete aside from its wood carving & paper mache. It is an old church that dates back to the Spanish times. It sustained major damages in the earthquakes of 1884 and 1937.

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    Back View Pagsanjan Rapids Hotel

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

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    Pagsanjan Rapids Hotel has nice views at the back. It is where guests embark on a boat ride to the falls. It's relaxing to just sit at the balcony located at the rear end of the hotel and watch the coming and going of the bancas carrying the tourists to the falls. In the late afternoon with nothing to do, I just lay back, listen to my MP4 music and enjoy the beautiful scenery.

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    Japanese Memorial Garden

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

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    Japanese Memorial Garden is a memorial to the Japanese soldiers who died in WWII in and around Pagsanjan. It was created by the Japanese Government in memory of its many soldiers who perished during the bloody encounters at the end of the war. It is rumored to contain the remains of their commander, General Yamashita. This place is huge and has nice scenery overlooking the lake. It looks more like a park than a cemetery.

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    Caliraya Lake

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

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    Caliraya Reservoir is a massive artificial lake with resorts like Sierra Lakes and Lake Caliraya Country Club featuring water skiing and windsurfing. It is man-made, perched lake and a popular place for water sports lovers. Various resorts can be found around the lake. Mount Banahaw makes a beautiful backdrop against the lake.

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    Pagsanjan Falls

    by limledi Updated Apr 9, 2007

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    A trip to Pagsanjan is an obvious must on every Philippine tour itinerary. The last section of Francis Ford Coppolas's Vietnam War film Apocalypse Now was filmed here. The falls are only part of Pagsanjan's attractions; it's the river trip through the picturesque tropical gorge which is the real drawing card. Cost P740 per person including the raft ride. Tips to banqueros are expected.

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Comments (2)

  • May 21, 2013 at 1:19 AM

    i really wanna go here.. can someone tell me where is this place?

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      May 21, 2013 at 11:23 AM

      Asia >Philippines >Province of Laguna. And see the map to the top right of this post.

  • May 21, 2013 at 1:18 AM

    what's the name of the place?

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