Shercon Resort and Ecology Park - Batangas

Located in Mataas na Kahoy in the province of Batangas, Shercon Resort and Ecology Park is fast becoming a popular destination for those who are escaping the hustle and bustle of the Metro. Shercon Resort and Ecology Park Shercon Resort and Ecology Park Details Shercon Resort and Ecology Park 's location in the highlands of Batangas offers visitors a picturesque panoramic view of Tagaytay and Taal Lake. This serves as a perfect backdrop for selfies and weddings.  Panoramic view of the resort's most famous pool Welcome to Shercon Resort and Ecology Park What's great about this resort is its affordability. Its P250 entrance fee for adults and P150 for kids 4-7 years old combined with the scenic beauty of the place gives other resorts in Batangas a run for their money. One can also rent cottages ranging from P800 - P2000. You can check these out in the RATES section of this article. Visitors may also choose to stay overnight. This is highly recommended if you

Banaue Rice Terraces - Ifugao

Located in Banaue in the province of Ifugao, Banaue Rice Terraces is a well known National Cultural Treasure of the Philippines. Banaue Rice Terraces Banaue Rice Terraces History It was carved and built some 2,000 years ago by the ancestors of the indigenous people in the mountains of Ifugao. Banaue Rice Terraces are locally referred to as the  Hagdan-Hagdang Palayan ng Banawe . It is also dubbed as the " Eighth Wonder of the World ".  Banaue Rice Terraces - Ifugao Nice hair bru! Also known as the Ifugao Rice Terraces The terraces are approximately 1500 meters or about 5000 feet above sea level, making it one of the highest farms in the country. Surprisingly, these bimillennium old terraces are still being used today and have changed only a little. A very rewarding view The Banaue Rice Terraces together with the other terraces of Ifugao were declared by the Philippine government as National Cultural Treasures by virtue of Presidential Decree No. 260 in 19

Sagada Pottery - Mt. Province

Located near Sagada-Besao Road in the town of Sagada in Mt. Province, Sagada Pottery is one of the destinations to visit if you are looking forward to experiencing the traditional pottery industry of the Sagada . Sagada Pottery Sagada Pottery details Sagada Pottery - Sagada, Mountain Province Famously known as Sagada Pottery , it is actually a workshop and a gallery of the great pottery artisans of Sagada . First-time visitors would be shocked to find out that the workshop/ gallery is housed in a small almost run-down house a few meters away from Sagada-Besao Road.  The pots, as seen from the outside of the workshop It's not only pots... there are mugs too These are really works of art. However, this is probably where the saying "Don't judge a book by its cover." is highly applicable. Why? Because after you get turned off with the facade of Sagada Pottery , you would suddenly find yourself amazed with the treasure trove of numerous skillfully craft

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