Province of Quezon Travel Guide

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Province of Quezon Highlights

  • Pro
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     Beautiful and traditional setting, full of culture and history 

  • Con
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     long travel time, dangerous Bitukang manok road 

  • In a nutshell
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     very good tourism 

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Lucban

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Laguna

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9,64,5

Cagbalete

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42,135,0

Pagbilao

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39,203,0

Mauban

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38,118,0

Tayabas

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17,111,0

Tiaong

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22,83,0

Padre Burgos

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14,79,0

Sariaya

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9,44,0

Candelaria

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6,18,0

Catanauan

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3,23,0

Polillo Island

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1,21,0

San Pablo

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1,2,0

Infanta

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1,7,0

Gumaca

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1,19,0

Pansol

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1,0,0

Quezon

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3,19,1

Dolores

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0,2,0

Balesin Island

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Bagong Silang

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1,4,0

Tagkawayan

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1,2,0

Padre Burgos

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0,3,0

Calauag

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0,1,0

Cagsiay

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Atimonan

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0,6,0

Pagsanjan

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0,5,0

Bagong Silang

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1,0,0

San Andres Island

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Real

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Quezon

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2,4,0

Lucban

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  • Pansit Hab-Hab

    Lucban Shopping

    Old Center Panciteria is a restaurant where they make their own pansit habhab.You can order food and eat at the restaurant. Buy your dried Pansit Habhab and bring to your home.Dried Pansit Habhab last longer than the fresh and it can be stored in your pantry until you cook it.Watch how they make fresh Pansit Habhab at the store/restaurant. ~ PHP...

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  • Local food on an old house ambiance!

    Lucban Restaurants

    Restaurant has old house ambiance, serving local Filipino dishes.Foods are on the counter fastfood style which negates the place's ambiance.You can feel you are in an old house.

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  • More than just noodles

    Lucban Restaurants

    Local favorites are noodles, especially Pancit Lucban (Habhab).They also serve other delicacies/viands like "sinantolan". Pancit Habhab or Pancit Lucban

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Laguna

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Cagbalete

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  • Boat Fare

    Cagbalete Transportation

    This boat fare tariff is posted at the entrance to the Cagbalete Terminal at the Mauban Port ("Pantalan") for guidance of passengers.Photo of May 3, 2013

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  • Explore Yang-In Sand bar

    Cagbalete Things to Do

    For photo enthusiasts, Yang-In Sandbar off Cagbalete Island is a MUST visit! Well, any beach lover will truly enjoy a couple of hours exploring this little sand bar that appears at low tide and disappears after the tide turns :) Nature lovers will appreciate the healthy stands of mangroves that surrounds it. Yang-In is a popular destination for...

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  • Boat ride

    Cagbalete Transportation

    From Mauban go to the Pantalan (pier) in Barangay Daungan and ask around for the boat going to Cagbalete. Two public boats (tres paltik) commutes to & from Cagbalete Island - MV Neneng & MV Anthony. Travel time is about 45 min.Mauban-Cagbalete : 10 am & 3:30 pmCagbalete-Mauban : 7:30 am & 1 pmCost : PHP40 OW (child goes free or half fare depending...

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Pagbilao

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  • Swim at the Infinity Pool 2

    Pagbilao Things to Do

    Part two of my swimming in the pool tips using my waterproof olympus toungh 820 camera.like what I've said, there are 2 infinity pools side by side at the middle of the clubhouse of the Pueblo La Por PLaya Resort and the bigger one is up to 9 feet deep at the end. the smaller one that is facing the beach is the kiddie infinity pool where the...

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  • Swim at the Infinity Pool 1

    Pagbilao Things to Do

    This will be a tewo part picture with more picture in the pool using my waterproof olympus toungh 820 camera.like what I've said, there are 2 infinity pools side by side at the middle of the clubhouse of the Pueblo La Por PLaya Resort and the bigger one is up to 9 feet deep at the end. the smaller one that is facing the beach is the kiddie infinity...

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  • Spend Time at The Jacuzzi

    Pagbilao Things to Do

    the Complex has 2 jacuzzis in the periphery of the 2 huge infinity pools and each jacuzzi can fit up to only 5 people max, hence during the weekends, you must wait for you turn to use it as some swimmers are just time hogs and they spend hours just lounging around at the jacuzzi. the water is warm and the water jets are really refreshing so you...

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Mauban

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  • Try these foods

    Mauban Things to Do

    Mauban has foods and cuisines not found in other places.Try these Mauban cuisine with a twist:* 'Binalawang Santol' - meat of unripe santol fruit cooked with small shrimp in coconut milk* 'Pinangat' - 'gabi' (taro) leaves, chili and slated fish cooked in coconut milk.* 'Ginangang Galungong' - 'galungong' (scad) fish cooked in water or vinegar.*...

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  • Emergency Numbers

    Mauban Warnings and Dangers

    This list of Emergency Numbers is posted at the entrance of the Cagbalete Terminal in Mauban Port ("Pantalan") for people's guidance for the town of Mauban and Island of Cagbalete. emergency."No smoking,Wear your shirtInside and outside the Terminal"

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  • Binanging Saba

    Mauban Shopping

    At almost any street corner where lots of people pass by you will see vendor selling 'binanging saba' (grilled plantain banana on skewer).Buy and taste it, it's good. 'Binanging Saba' (grilled plantain banana on skewer). PHP five pesos per skewer.

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Tayabas

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  • "Longganisang Lucban"

    Tayabas Shopping

    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"

    Tayabas Shopping

    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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  • "Mayohan sa Tayabas"

    Tayabas Things to Do

    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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Tiaong

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  • Hot Monay, Hot Pandesal, Etc.

    Tiaong Shopping

    Kambingan Bakery, Talisay Branch can be found along Maharlika Highwway. It is a branch of the main bakery in Tiaong Poblacion.Motorist (in the know) usually stop her to buy bread. Kambingan Bakery bakes and sell hot and delicious monay.Hot Monay in the afternoon (they start baking at 2 pm.)Hot Pandesal in the morning

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  • Slow food at Ugu's Place

    Tiaong Restaurants

    Enjoying slow food, the ceramics and the garden all handmade by Ugu Bigyan. Okay... so we forgot to take more food pictures... This, to me, is a testament of how much we enjoyed the food that we experienced at Ugu's place :)Ugu has assistants that prep the ingredients for him but he does all the cooking himself! Reservations for lunch must be made...

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  • Watch Villa Escudero's Cultural Show

    Tiaong Things to Do

    My favorite feature of a trip to Villa Escudero is the cultural show. They put on a show starring the hacienda workers and they do it on weekends so their children can also participate. Shows are held Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays from 2:00-3:00 p.m. at the Coconut Pavillion. When i was there, there was this little girl who earned a...

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Padre Burgos

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  • Walking to reach rock formations

    Padre Burgos Warnings and Dangers

    Be careful in geting off the boat and walking to reach rock formations. At Mag-asawang bato rock formations, most flat rocks are either covered with mosses or embedded with sharp shells. Rock climbers are very adventurous. I talked to a tourism council member and heard that rock climbing in Borawan island is not yet approved as safe by the council.

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  • Trip to Padre Burgos,Quezon

    Padre Burgos Transportation

    In going to Padre Burgos, this ordinary bus is the most convenient way to save time. Buses have their own schedules and leave the terminal on time but picks up passengers along the way. In case you have a big bag, just pay an extra seat to avoid cramp space. From the town proper, there are a lot of tricycles to bring you to your destination. From...

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  • the first CUt is the dEEpest..

    Padre Burgos Warnings and Dangers

    of this sea Urchin.ADMU Biology Major, Jaypee Tan described it as... one of the most hated and feared sea urchins in Philippine waters. Usually black with extremely long spines, pink and creamy white morphs have been seen. The spines are very brittle, hollow, and needle-sharp. Do not touch.

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Sariaya

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  • Pasalubong & sweets

    Sariaya Shopping

    Cadiz bakes and cooks bakery products and sweets.They sell what they bake/cook plus other products of Quezon province.Sells lots of pasalubong items.Breads, pastries, sweets. BroasApasPastillasUraro

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  • DLTB: "Newest Kid" on the transport...

    Sariaya Transportation

    The Del Monte Land Transport Bus Company (DLTB) is the ressurected version of the old BLTB. They took over the management of the latter after it went under. They have a fleet of buses that ply the Southern Tagalog, Bicol and Samar route. As with JAC Liner, they also have free WI-FI on board. From my experience, the DLTB conductors are very...

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  • JAC Liner Buses to and from Sariaya

    Sariaya Transportation

    It is very easy to go to and from Sariaya, Quezon. It takes about 3 - 3.5 hours to get there from Metro Manila. There are several bus companies plying the route. All you need to do is get on a bus going to Lucena or Gumaca or Calauag and tell the conductor that you're getting off Sariaya. The fare from Manila to Sariaya is P198.00 (US$4 ++) and...

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Candelaria

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Catanauan

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  • Only sarcophagi site in the Philippines

    Catanauan Things to Do

    A sarcophagus is a box-like funeral receptacle for a corpse, most commonly carved in stone, and displayed above ground, though it may also be buried (wikipedia). According to archeologists, the ancient tomb they found at Mt. Kamhantik are more than a thousand year old. Beside the tomb, skeletons and jars were found on this site too only we were not...

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  • Visit the Cove

    Catanauan Things to Do

    From Catanaua, take a boat going to Mindoro. From there, either take another boat or trek for an hour going to this beautiful cove!

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Polillo Island

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    we are on the way to binumbunan

    by alexandriadeserra Written Jun 10, 2009

    its really feel great when you are building a sand castle together with your friends or relative of course..I remember when I and my cousin hazel doing that things...she act like a witch and me?ofcourse the " Queen of the Castle " hehehe

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San Pablo

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    Driving Route from Manila to Villa Escudero 1 more image

    by dextergm Updated May 8, 2007

    Directions
    How to get there from Metro Manila:
    Driving time is about 2 hours (90 km)

    Take the South Luzon Express Way (SLEX)
    Exit at 50 A (Lucena exit)
    Turn left at Sto. Tomas junction
    Head straight South. By pass the towns of Alaminos and San Pablo
    Slow down upon seeing the Quezon Province Boundary Arch. The Villa Escudero entrance is immediately to the left.
    Follow the instructions of the gate officer when turning into the Resort.

    Bus Lines: Several Bus Lines serve the route and will let you disembark and pick you up directly at the entrance (e.g. Tritran, JAC Liner, Philtranco, South Star).

    Where to take the bus:
    Take an MetroRailTransit (MRT, popular name http://www.urbanrail.net/as/mani/manila.htm) Line 3 and get off at BUENDIA station.
    From the station, head for your next landmark: NIRVANA.
    From there, ask for Tritran or JAC Liner. Take the bus with the signboard: LUCENA or San Pablo. Once in the bus, tell the ticket guy to drop you off at VILLA ESCUDERO. There ya go. Don't you wish your GPS will work in the Philippines?

    (http://www.villaescudero.com/pages/VILLADIRECTIONS.htm)

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Infanta

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    by monina_c Updated Feb 4, 2013

    The MARILAQUE Highway is the scenic alternative when you want to drive to Infanta and Real. it's just been completed last year.

    You can see a copy of this photo here:
    http://infanta.gov.ph/

    ... but rest assured that this is MY photo... :)

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Gumaca

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    by jugetz Updated Oct 31, 2011

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    This Carinderia seems simple but ..the foods u can taste inside is really good speacial their bulalo...it is well cook....uver sa sarap...walang tatalo!...and also their singang...made with fresh fish...that also a product of their home town gumaca...and another thing that make me feel good.... is..it face with the gumaca coast...that they called..as lamon bay...

    Favorite Dish: Bulalo,Sinigang

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