Santo Tomas is one of the highly developed towns in Batangas. Aside from the real estates and other commercial businesses like fast food chains, it is also home to a prominent industrial park. A mall is also in the works. The town lies at the foot of Mount Makiling and
Mabini is a coastal town in Batangas. In fact, it is sandwiched and hemmed by two bays — Balayan Bay and Batangas Bay. It shares a border with the town of Bauan. The town is one of those in the province that underwent development much earlier than the others. Anilao
The town of Lobo is located on the southern tip of Batangas, facing the Verde Island Passage — a strait that separates the island of Luzon and Mindoro. From the Malabrigo Point Lighthouse viewpoint, you can see nearby Verde Island and vessels passing through the busy strait. It shares borders
Lipa City is one of the three cities and also the most populous in Batangas, the other two are Batangas City and Tanauan City. It is a highly developed city compared to the rest of the areas in the province of Batangas. It is the hub for business and recreation.
Lian is one of the coastal towns in Batangas. It is known mainly for its beaches, especially during the ’50s until early ’90s when Matabungkay Beach was at the peak of its glory days. At present, people still flock to Matabungkay during the summer season. It is popular for its
Batangas is one of the most accessible destinations from Metro Manila for those looking for a beach or mountain getaway. Many make a quick stop here over the weekend or during the holidays. However, the province also has a number of churches that are either decades or even more than
Batangas is a beautiful province blessed with fetching shores and mountains with stunning vistas. These characteristics have made it a go-to weekend or holiday destination of many city dwellers. It also has several churches that many include in their Visita Iglesia itineraries during Holy Week or use these as venues
Batangas is a popular choice when it comes to a place to visit for the weekend or holiday. The province has many beaches along its coastal towns, mountains that provide stunning views, and dive sites that offer a glimpse of the country’s underwater beauty. Aside from these, the province also
Batangas has a rich cultural and historical heritage as evidenced by the traditional houses and centuries-old churches you’ll see during your visit. The municipality of Lemery has its own story to tell that contributes to the history of the province.
Whenever someone mentions Batangas, the first few things you’ll remember are the beaches, diving spots, and the mountains. This province also has a rich cultural heritage that dates all the way back to Spanish times. You’ll see a number of churches that are more than a century old. The Parish