From Lian


Lian is a coastal town in the province of Batangas. It is divided into 19 barangays. Its neighboring towns are Nasugbu, Tuy, Balayan, and Calatagan. Even before the Spanish era, Chinese traders were already conducting business in coastal towns of Southern Tagalog; Batangas was one of the busiest trading ports.

LOTS’A PIZZA in Lian: Restaurant Menu

Lots’a Pizza is a popular food franchise. It has numerous stalls, carts, kiosks, and store branches nationwide; one of them is located at Centro, Barangay Matabungkay in Lian, Batangas. The facade has the usual rectangular signage. A hanging banner and posters of products and promos greet customers. It has a

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CAMACHILE RESTAURANT in Lian: Restaurant Menu

Camachile Restaurant is located at Barangay Matabungkay in Lian, Batangas. Looking at the surrounding area, you will know how the restaurant got its name because there’s a Camachile tree just outside the dining place. The restaurant is somewhat “open” with the walls covering only the bottom half portion of the

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BARAQUITOS COFFEE in Lian: Restaurant Menu

Baraquitos Coffee is located at #48 Martinez Street Extension, Barangay Malaruhatan in Lian, Batangas. It is managed by the Malaruhatan Country Club Hotel and Resort. The facade is wide, including the glass door entrance and one side of the coffee shop. There are two signage boxes, one right above the

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Facing the West Philippine Sea, Matabungkay is a coastal village located in the town of Lian in Batangas. It was once a simple fishing village with nice light gray sand until it sometime in the 1950’s, some Germans “rediscovered” this as an easy beach getaway due to its proximity to

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