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Waterfall Restaurant: Villa Escudero Labasin Waterfall Restaurant - Philippines

Villa Escudero Labasin Waterfall Restaurant - Philippines 

Villa Escudero is located in Quezon Province, Philippines (two to three hours drive south of Manila).

This area was founded in 1872 by Don Placido Escudero and his wife Doña Claudia Marasigan as a sugar cane plantation (800 hectares). In early 1900s the crop was converted to sugar cane by their son Don Arsenio Escudero (pioneering agriculture industrialist). He built the country’s first working hydroelectric plant (Labasin Dam) to supply his desiccated coconut factory and the Escudero Plantation house. In 2008, more than half of the estate (415 hectares), was converted into an exclusive residential development called Hacienda Escudero.

Since 1981, the plantation has opened its doors as a resort offering village tours, museum tour, food and accommodations. The most curious thing at the villa is the amazing Waterfalls Restaurant under Labasin waterfall.

"Lunch is served on bamboo dining tables set in a few inches of crystalline running water from the falls. The experience of dining on delicious local dishes with the sparkling waterfalls as a backdrop with clear spring water running over your feet is a truly singular and memorable experience only Villa Escudero can offer" Stated on their official web.

 Some other pictures from Villa Escudero

If you want to visit there for your holiday this is the official site of Villa EscuderoInformation mainly from Wkipedia.


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