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Villa Escudero, San Pablo City
(4.2/5 based on 110+ reviews on the web)
Learn about the Philippines' past and progress at Villa Escudero, a 800 hectare (2,000 acre) coconut plantation. Today, visitors flock here to learn about the nation's history and culture in a peaceful natural environment. Take a tour detailing all aspects of coconut production, and don't miss the private museum with exhibits from across the globe. There you can also see artifacts from the local history such as antique clothes, furniture, memorabilia from World War II, and even some private letters. Have a traditional meal on site, and consider extending your stay in one of the cottages. Using our online itinerary creator, San Pablo City attractions like Villa Escudero can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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  • I went there with my Team (10pax) and what stood out was the lunch under the waterfalls. It was a unique experience. The food was ok, nothing too special but the whole hacienda is beautiful. You will ...  more »
  • Waterfalls pouring cool restaurants are so good, but the taste is so-so cans San Miguel a whopping 100 Peso a wicked price. .. The room is going to hospital patient clothing easy to bbwil I will sing at the door dressed in uniform and eight ㅋ ㅋ ㅋ ㅋ gets frightening having two or three people eight tips ... Keep calling until you give the tip ... Some of the room seemed to be going to keep us caught AO AO
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  • We went there without reservation but still we were accommodated. Right now their pool is under construction so we settled for their resto, rafting, waterfalls and museum. We arrived early thinking th...  more »
  • No attire needed. Very informative (and humorous) tour guides. Filled with church relics, animal skins local and foreign, Filipino costumes in the past, letters(mga liham) that were sent in the past, historical newspapers, KKK flag, moneybills, paintings and so much more. Closes at 5pm. No picture taking allowed.
  • Great historical museum. We love the fact that they are showcasing antiques and historical cultures not only in the PH but other countries as well. Though the kids got scared with the life size statues. Taking pictures inside are not allowed.
  • Ganda rito, tara! punta na!
  • Been here couple of times. I liked the carabao rides and the manmade water falls. Foods not that bad. Hospitable/ friendly staffs. Place is clean. Need more additional attraction maybe
  • This place is another quick drive from Metro Manila and a good weekend destination. Situated roughly at about 90km from main town of Manila this place is in St. Pablo along the Southern side of Philippines best know for its floating resturant. They have tried to create some attration by including a package deal which consists of A garden (and surprisingly you will see one US aircraft and a tanker), a bullcart ride with some live local music, a museum (which was so dirty and so secret that camera was not allowed) and the Lunch on the floating resturant. All in all ok but it seems like a food deal only which is quite expensive at 1500PHP per person. You will have good spread of filipino food with variety of meat, pansit (noddles), rice and a soft drink. You can also go for a bamboo water raft on an artficially created river with sone additional expense. Again not much around but a quick easy escape from town on a weekend.