Almost Untouched Nature – Waterfall Restaurant, Philippines

Almost Untouched Nature - Waterfall Restaurant, Philippines
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Visiting this interesting Waterfall Restaurant located in San Pablo City, Philippines at the Villa Escudero Plantations and Resort can be a truly unique and memorable experience. Visitors can enjoy in lunch served on bamboo dining tables while the crystalline running water flows under their feet.

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Besides enjoying the authentic local cuisine, you can enjoy the almost untouched nature of the region formerly occupied by a farm and coconut plantations. If you need to spend calories after lunch then you have opportunity to do some sports activities like Bamboo rafts . Try your hand at paddling a native bamboo raft on lake Labasin.

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Also, guests have the opportunity to watch the Philippine Experience Show where the country’s rich culture comes to life, from its ethnic diversity to its colonial legacy. The dances were painstakingly recreated by the late National Artist for Dance Ramon Obusan of the Cultural Center of the Philippines. Mr. Obusan’s insistence on authenticity sets this show, performed by resort employees and accompanied by the resort’s own musicians and rondalla ensemble, makes this show a far cry from the stylized performances one sees today.

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If you are admirer of bird watching this is the place for you. Bird watching at the resort is beautiful and relaxing travel adventure. Wake up to the chorus of the resident orioles, mynahs, kingfishers, doves etc. Enjoy in truly untouched nature as a variety of birds fly around the area’s lush gardens, orchards and open spaces.

With close to 600 recorded bird species, 30% (181) found only in our islands, the Philippines has the highest rate of avifauna biodiversity per square kilometer in the world.

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…One more thing, if you planning your wedding, this can be perfect place for that special day. icon smile Almost Untouched Nature   Waterfall Restaurant, Philippines

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81 Comments to Almost Untouched Nature – Waterfall Restaurant, Philippines

      • Trench foot is a medical condition caused by prolonged exposure of the feet to damp, unsanitary, and cold conditions.

        I don’t see that here. the water looks ok

        • trust me with the hot weather of our country you would like to stay all day with wet feet but the ppl who works there doesn’t stay on water all day only on lunch time.

    • I was thinking the same thing actually. I sure hope the workers aren’t forced in the waters all day…

  1. cool place i would love to come if I can visit the Philippines LOve the food one of my favorite .I will bring my whole family.

    • You like the food? I have lived in the Philippines for a long time and think that the food is very sub par for the region. The country itself is amazing but their culinary “tradition” leaves much to be desired in my opinion. Lenchon and water spinach adobo are good but other than that the only great food there is the fresh seafood and the fruits, neither of which are difficult to prepare or are any distinct Filipino food.

      • I am half filippino and half italian I grew up in the Philippines and I’m living in italy for 10 yrs now and I find easier to cook italian dish than to cook my own traditional fillippino dish and I’m very good at cooking. If you only eat in the streets and not at the houses of some Filippinos your not really eating our “traditional food”. Our country is a mixture of races so are the ways the food are cooked. Philipphines been occupied by spaniards, japanes and americans, and a lot of chinese lives in my country. So the names a the way the food are cooked are mixtures of those but not all. Its like spaghetti, they say its a distinct italian dish but the spaghetti is an imitation of chinese noodles right? but spaghetti is a distinct italian dish. And of course to cook good food is to use fresh ingredients with simple dishes right?

  2. Almost untouched? You do realize that the waterfall is man made? Probably a dam made for irrigation prior to or after WWII.

    • Didn’t know that fact. Thanks for your comment. I must say that there are also lake Labasin and natural habitat for many species of birds etc…It’s not all about waterfall

      • Actually it’s the electric generator of the plantation before. Learned this when we visited, I think a worker there explained it to us. :)

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    • Yes Chunky! You took the words right out of my mouth, title I think is a little misleading…

      Still though, I’m hitting up Asia soon so will probably go check it out when in the area, see if you do get trench-foot after a while…

      Peace out ya’all!

      Paul

  3. aaron gomez

    how is it “almost untouched” when its got a bunch of fat lazy tourists laying in it daily? lmao

  4. this place is beautiful. there is also a place called 100 falls. i went to high school in the philippines in 1970′s. when you get to the top you go out on a raft pulled by a tether that takes you behind a waterfall into a cave and you can dive and swim in there — it’s definitely a bucket list adventure!

  5. I didn’t know there’s this place in the Philippines. Shame on me being a Filipina! :(
    Looking at your pictures makes me want to fly there now. I’ll tell my husband about this.
    Stumbled!

    • And now you know, it’s never too late :) take me with you when you decide to go at this beautiful place :)

  6. I celebrated the Laotian New Year in a river once, with tables and chairs set up in the water, but I’ve never seen anything like this restaurant. Really cool idea.

  7. It’s funny that I’m a pure Filipino and lived in the Philippines whole of my life but never been in this place.
    how could I not know that this place exist not so far from where I am
    .

    • Anything is possible,but I don’t want to imagine that, since it could be a problem :) therefore do not carry the cell phone on holiday in a restaurant with a waterfall. :)

  8. wow! i went to this exact place when i was younger in the philippines…so awesome… totally forgot about this awesome place..

  9. What a unique and memorable restaurant!! That would certainly be an unforgettable meal, regardless of whether the food is good or not. I’ve never heard of this before, but I’m now intrigued. I may have to add this to my bucket list of places to visit.

  10. Huh, I didn’t even know about this place. Thanks. Next time I’m in the Philippines, I will definitely visit this waterfall restaurant.

  11. I wonder what the feet of people who work there look like. From the pictures, they are not even wearing boots.

  12. Haha I can imagine it would be difficult having a conversation with a noisy waterfall right next to you. Nevertheless, looks pretty awesome ;)

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