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Quezon Blog

Quezon Blog


5 Hotels in Quezon

The Pahiyas Festival in Quezon is just a little more than a week away. This colorful festival which celebrates bountiful harvest is one of the most famous festivals in... Read more


5 Must-Dos When You Visit Quezon

If you’re going on a road trip with your barkada this summer, consider heading to Quezon. This province in Region IV is home to various historical sites, good food, and... Read more


Malachi Hotel and Resort

Rates Start at Php 4,285.71++ Check rates for Malachi Hotel and Resort on TravelBook.ph Planning a trip to Quezon? Visit the Puting Buhangin Beach or pay your respects at the... Read more


Quezon Travel Information

Overview The province of Quezon lies on a narrow strip of land between the Bicol Peninsula and the rest of the Luzon province. It is home to the mystical Mt.... Read more


The Colors of Pahiyas 2011

May is a colorful month in the Philippines, as many provinces hold fiestas to celebrate their patron saints and thank them for their harvests. In Quezon Province, the towns of... Read more

Old Manila Walks: Ultimate Quezon – San Isidro Labrador Pahiyas Festival Tour at P4,800

Old Manila Walks is offering the Ultimate Quezon – San Isidro Labrador Pahiyas Festival Tour this May 15, 2011 at P4,800 per person. Tour includes breakfast, lunch, and dinner, all... Read more


Time at a Standstill in Tayabas

Writer Katrina Stuart Santiago recommends a visit to the picturesque City of Tayabas in Quezon for a visual, spiritual and culinary feast. The trip to Tayabas, Quezon from Manila may... Read more


Lost in Lucena

Katrina Stuart Santiago visits the old and new town centers of Lucena City. She finds Lucena’s soul in the old center of town, and its spirit within its new center.... Read more


The Quiet of Tiaong Quezon

Just a two-hour drive from Manila, the tranquil town of Tiaong, Quezon is a nearby escape for city folks. Writer Katrina Stuart Santiago shares her insights on Tiaong’s charming spots,... Read more


History Survives in Sariaya

Writer Katrina Stuart Santiago takes a stroll through the quiet town of Sariaya, visiting the Natalio Enriquez House and the St. Francis de Assisi Church to steep herself in some... Read more