Calapan Travel Guide

  • Our Food! Yummy
    Our Food! Yummy
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  • Anahaw Island View Resort
    Anahaw Island View Resort
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  • The Peaceful Sea
    The Peaceful Sea
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Calapan Things to Do

  • Mindoro Souvenirs

    In going to any other place, it is but natural, to buy something worth remembering no matter how cheap or expensive the item/s would be. I must admit that I used to buy t-shirts with "I love ____" designs and other items caught by my eye. If you are in the same mode and plan to visit Calapan, don't let the day pass without dropping to "Small...

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  • Skin, Facial & Wellness

    My wife frequently visits this spa to get rid of her pimples. The attendants are always courteous even to non-clients. They never run out of "gimmicks" which are really affordable to solicit patrons. I had an impression that the place is for female only until I found out my extremely handsome staff was also visiting a spa for "maintainence"...

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  • Salon For Every Juan

    Thinking of what to do for the day? Visit the first mall in Calapan - Neo Calapan Mall. Don't forget to drop by Scissors Palace Salon and you are for a treat. For only $1.25 for male you can have haircut of your choice. Tipping depends on how satisfied you are. There were times my hair will be "shampoed" by the haircutter. I think it depends on...

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Calapan Restaurants

  • Don't Forget To Order The Pork Barbecue

    We tried their pork barbecue and we were very satisfied. For only $5.50, it is served with steamed rice, coffee jelly or fruit jelly and iced tea or soda.

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  • Don't forget the appetizer

    Enjoy your meals right there by the beach. No matter what you left behind just leave it there. In the meantime enjoy the scenery, the food and the place. Don't you dare to forget the crablets as your appetizer. I must admit that I had an allergy with crablets when I was young so imagine my hesitation to try it. I conquered it thru the constant...

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  • The Premier Hideaway

    Parang Beach Resort is the premier Hideaway. Its a very good restaurant-by-the-sea. Aside from its restaurant they alsi have hotel rooms, and bar and grill. They also offer Beachside Cottages for food service, Covered tennis courts, souvenir shop, Seminar and Wedding Packages, Computer with Internet, 24-hour Standby Generator, and free transport...

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  • Try Their Sisig

    I love their sisig and it was crunchy and yummy. Everytime we visit sisig is always in the order list.

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  • Food for my Tummy!

    Anahaw is a must-go place in Calapan City. Aside from its restaurant, it has facilities like the badminton courts, its swimming pools and the view of the islands from the seaside. Food is this resort is fantastic, high-class and lovely-cooked. Their facilities are great. Their service is not lacking. They also have hotel rooms if you want to stay...

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  • Don't Miss The Sinigang!

    The taste of food and ambiance are excellent! , Auntie Lola's is our favourite restaurant. We are there to celebrate birthdays, weddings, and other special and ordinary occasions. It is strategically located near Neo Calapan Mall and other government offices. Our favourite dishes are sisig, sweet and sour pork, sinigang and more...

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Calapan Transportation

  • Transpo in Going To Calapan From...

    Calapan City is the capital city of Oriental Mindoro which is the nearest island province to Metro Manila. It is only 1 hour and 20 minutes away from Batangas port via fast ferry service while for those who wish to bring their vehicles, there are roll-on-roll-off (roro) ferries and the trip lasts about 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 hours. The Port of Calapan...

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  • Batangas City to Calapan

    there are no buses going directly to Calapan City. unless you count the buses passing thru Calapan going to Iloilo and other provinces in the south. There are buses going to Batangas City where you can take the ro-ro or super cat going to Calapan City. Ro-ro costs less than 200 (about 2 hours) and the supercat (about 1 hour) is less than 300....

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  • Two choices.........

    From Batangas City Port, you have two choices on what boat to ride to Calapan. One is Supercat, the luxury and fastest way (1 hour and 20 minutes), or RORO boat, which is 2 hours and 40 minutes travel time. If you are in a hurry and seeks luxury ride Supercat, about mere P50 more expensive than RORO. But if you want a touch of nature or get the...

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Calapan Off The Beaten Path

  • Chess in the City

    "Chess is a very wonderful game! I feel pity to those who don't know how to play it. They don't know how to love". That is perhaps an exaggeration but let me tell it anyway.I started playing chess rather late at the age of 15 out of hate! There was a basketball tournament in the neigborhood which I thought I will be a sho-in because I was playing...

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  • Palay - Grain of Life

    Rice (genus Oryza) is a plant in the family of herbs which is a major source of food for more than half the population of people in the world. It is the third largest grain crop, after corn and wheat .In the past months rice is very expensive here in the Philippines. Government was under fire for its failure to regulate the supply and price of...

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  • Calapan City Hall - Your City, Your Home

    Calapan City Hall is the seat of Calapan Government. Calapan is the City of Discipline and Good Character. Calapan City today is a dynamic agropolis - a city whose economy is anchored on agriculture but with vibrant commecial sector making it the business center in the province.Vision & Mission Vision:One Calapan: A model city of good governance...

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Calapan Sports & Outdoors

  • Tennis Tonight?

    "Tennis tonight?" as shown in an advertisement regarding a multivitamin is not applicable here. Tennis can be all day particularly when Ben, the owner is around. A player himself, he is a sports buff who likes tennis, badminton and biking. Rate per hour for check-in guest is Php80.00 or $1.50 while for walk-in is Php120.00 or roughly $3.00.

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  • Badminton All You Can

    After enjoying the beach, the food, the swimming pool and the zipline, it is time for your badminton rackets to shine. For only Php50.00 or $1.50 you can use their courts - it's badminton all you can! Make sure that your rackets are ready.

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Calapan Favorites

  • St. Ezekiel Moreno, served and lived in...

    St. Ezekiel Moreno was an Augustinian priest from Spain. He was born on April 9, 1848 and came to Manila, Philippines on February 10, 1870. He was ordained priest in Manila on June 2, 1871. His first assignment as a priest was in Calapan, Mindoro in 1873. He became the Parish Priest of Calapan and later became the Vicar Provincial of the island of...

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  • Dr. Jose P. Rizal Monument

    Almost if not all of the country's main road is named in honor of our national hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal. I would like to believe that the monument depicts him analyzing a game of chess though most likely writing "Noli Me Tangere" and "El Filibustirismo".The Monument engraved wordings as follows:JOSE RIZALFilipino Patriot and HeroBorn on June 19, 1861...

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  • Calapan City Museum - Expect the...

    If you want to see history unfold right in your very eye, don't miss to visit the City Museum. You wouldn't expect that it houses 105 year old Tamaraw. It was formerly located in Calapan Central School but eventually transfered to the City Museum to preserve it more! The Museum contains old Philippine and other currency coins, the priceless...

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