Tayabas Travel Guide

  • Waiting for their pancit habhab order
    Waiting for their pancit habhab order
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  • Tayabas
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Tayabas Things to Do

  • "Mayohan sa Tayabas"

    Tayabas celebrates "Mayohan sa Tayabas" on May 15 in honor of the fest of Saint isidore.Houses are decked with fruits of the land.

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  • Mi Casa en Tayabas

    This is one of the newest Hotel cum Restaurant in the Tayabas area of Quezon Province. It is owned by the City Mayor of Tayabas City and inside are assorted collections of old philippine spanish and mexican stuffs. It also has the Mi casa restaurant which serves local and spanish cuisine. They also have a mini hotel which has 8 rooms and they are...

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  • Minor Basilica of St. Michael The...

    The Minor Basilica of St. Michael The Archangel in Tayabas, Quezon is known as the longest (103 meters) Spanish Colonial church in the country, the 2nd biggest in the Philippines, and one of the oldest religious structures. The Franciscan Missionaries had the first church built in 1585; indigenous materials like bamboo, anahaw and nipa were used....

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Tayabas Restaurants

  • Pancit Habhab ("Pancit Lucban")

    The front of a small house sells "Pancit Habhab" (noodles) and you will see lots of people standing around enjoying their "habhab" being eaten (without utensils!) or slurped from a square piece of banana leaf. You can also take home your order on plastic bag.If "habhab" is available you will see a line of tricycles, cars, sometimes even mountain...

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  • Mexican Style Restaurant and Hotel

    This is one of the newest Hotel cum Restaurant in the Tayabas area of Quezon Province. It is owned by the City Mayor of Tayabas City and inside are assorted collections of old philippine spanish and mexican stuffs. It also has the Mi casa restaurant which serves local and spanish cuisine. The restaurant is very spacious and there are various areas...

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  • Try Eating With Your Hands

    It's been a long time since we last ate at Kainan sa Palaisdaan in Tayabas, Quezon. (We eat more often at their place in Bay, Laguna) I noticed a lot of changes, more floating cabanas on the fishpond, a concrete building (dining area/pavillion for bigger groups), a waiting area at the ground floor with TV & billiard tables at the 2nd floor, and the...

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Tayabas Shopping

  • "Longganisang Lucban"

    They are a dealer of quality "longganisa" (as their sign claims) and they make their own "longganisa" (native pork sausage) right at the back of their store.They selling "longganisa", dried "pansit lucban", coconut "lambanog" and other "pasalubong" foodstuffs. Buy the small "longganisa" or the longer (big) "longganisa".Warning! The "longganisa"...

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  • "Budin"

    Almost all stores in Kalye Budin in Tayabas City. Buy "budin" (cassava cake) at Kalye Budin in Tayabas City. Good for your own eating or as "pasalubong" to friends.

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  • Longganisang Lucban (Native sausage)

    Almost all "pasalubong" shops in "Kalye Budin" sell the small reddish (or not) "Longganisang Lucban", aside from native sweets & delicacies.Cook "longganisa" (sausage) by boiling in little water, pricking the intestine casing with fork, let the water dry and let the sausage cook in its own fat. It is cooked when the pan is almost dry and the aroma...

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Tayabas Off The Beaten Path

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    Viewed from the new concrete bridge

    by tanamay Written Mar 5, 2013

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    About 2 km from the city of Tayabas in the general direction going to the towns of Pagbilao/Mauban is the old Spanish bridge of Malagonlong crossing the Dumaca-a River.

    A new bridge is constructed upstream. The old bridge is not used anymore and is now overgrown with weeds, shrubs and trees.

    The age old bridge is a sight to behold.

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    • Historical Travel
    • Architecture

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