Museums are almost in every corner of the street, some are entrance-free. People here are very accomodating to tourists like us, and some are actually suggesting which places we can visit. We had a day tour & travel the entire town by foot. Exhausting yet...更多
The entire place seems small, very historical, peaceful and very old. You can reach all the market, plaza, Basilica of St. Martin, Caysasay Church and their little commercial area by just walking. Roads are narrow similar to those of Intramuros. The place is great but...更多
The heritage village of Taal has been declared as Historical Landmark with several old houses, municipal halls, community halls, churches, museums.
Enjoy the glories of the past just by walking around the town.
You can also buy souvenirs, local delicacies such tapang taal, longganisa, barong...更多
The recent succession of earthquakes this April jolting Batangas, particularly the towns of Mabini and Taal, has left visible marks along the way, making a good reason for this Holy Week pilgrimage to Taal. The ancestral homes surrounding this heritage town appear to be unshaken...更多
This town is very old, evidencing old capiz windows and walls of limestone. This reminds me of Vigan, only bigger. This town has a vast number of restaurants where you can experience native Filipino dishes as well as fusion of international cuisine.
Must visit place!