- Explore Batangas as the Nearest and Perfect Destination from Metro Manila
- Top 5 travel destinations for Your Batangas Day Tour
- JAM Liner is your Best Transportation option to reach South
Want to spend another Sunday exploring the South? Batangas is your best choice for being the nearest perfect destination from Metro Manila.
Batangas has a lot in store for tourists from natural heritage, stunning landscapes, organic farms, and resorts to the ever-breathtaking Taal Volcano. Experience a full-packed adventure in the south without the stressful commute. All you need to do is to hop into a JAM Liner bus, its station located is near LRT-Buendia Station, and has a convenient and cozy two-hour travel to Batangas.
Here are five Batangas destinations you need to add on your bucket list.
Liam’s Lomi House
Batangas experience is never complete without savoring that delicious local delicacy known as Lomi. You can find restaurants serving Lomi all over Batangas. However, if you want to fully satisfy your taste buds, you can include Liam’s Lomi House as your first stop in Lipa. The restaurant serves exquisite Lomi with different toppings including Lechon. Yum!
Casa de Segunda
Casa de Segunda is the heritage house of Segunda Katigbak, our national hero–Jose Rizal’s first love. You can learn a lot of Segunda Katigbak and Jose Rizal’s history in this house which was built with solid rock and wood. Here you’ll find several 100-century antiques such as sungka, violin, and rocking chairs.
And if you’re lucky, you might have the chance to meet the great-granddaughter of Segunda Katigbak who is Lola Manuelita Dimayuga Malabanan or Lilet in short.
Time to refuel by filling your tummy with a heavy lunch. Casa Rap is a restaurant in Lipa that serves homecooked meals such as fish sinigang, steak, chicken, and crispy pata!
Enjoy eating inside a sanctuary of a lush green garden and forget to try out their pandan tea and served cold.
If you heard about The Farm in San Benito, Katy’s Farm is just a kilometer away from the famous destination. Katy’s Farm is a Barako coffee farm. It is one of the few coffee farms in the Philippines that delivers the rare and delicious Barako coffee.
You can request the caretaker to brew a coffee for you, or you can bag it home for Php 1,500 per kilo.
Padre Pio Church
For a religious stop, head to Santo Tomas and feel the solemnity of Padre Pio Church and Sanctuary. This is a perfect place to worship and reflect whether by walking around the area or just sit in a peaceful corner. They also held mass here every afternoon which makes it the perfect final stop in your Batangas day tour.
Enjoy a safe, easy, and convenient Batangas tour via your ever-reliable bus line JAM Liner. for more info, visit the official website of JAM Liner.