The region is composed of five provinces, namely: Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Rizal, and Quezon; acronym CALABARZON.


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Laguna Islands Philippines
- Brief History - Climate - Population - Economy - Political Subdivision - Geography - Mount Makiling - Laguna De Bay
- Educational Institutions - Medical Services - Recreation / Commercial Establishments - Restaurants / Bars - Hotels - Resorts - Tour Packages
Going To Laguna - Historical Attractions - Natural Attractions - Cultural Attractions - Man-Made Attractions - Religious Attractions - Festivals

Laguna Hotels, Resorts & Lodging Accommodations
Laguna Islands Philippines

Hotels Accredited by Department of Tourism

Anest Tower
10411 Grove, College, Los Baños, Laguna

Aspen Hotel & Restaurant
National Road, Canlalay, Biñan, Laguna

City of Springs Resort Hotel
147 N. Villegas, Los Baños, Laguna

El Cielito Inn Laguna
Nat’l. Hi-way, Bo. Pulong Sta. Cruz, Sta. Rosa, Laguna

Lakeview Resort Hotel
728 Lopez St., Los Baños, Laguna

Pagsanjan Rapids Hotel
Gen. Taiño Street, Pagsanjan, Laguna

Rockpoint Hotel & Conference Center
Ma. Makiling Village, Pansol, Calamba City

Ruba Hotel
Crossing, Brgy. I, Calamba City

Arisabel Clubhouse. Inc.
Economic Garden Timugan, Calamba City

San Francisco Drive-Inn Hotel
Brgy. San Francisco, San Pablo City

Coco Palace Hotel
Brgy. San Francisco, San Pablo City

Tierra De Oro Hotel
Brgy. San Antonio I, San Pablo City

Fine Rock Hotel
Brgy. San Francisco, San Pablo City

Starlake Hotel
Brgy. San Buenaventura, San Pablo City

Lake City Hotel
Dagatan Blvd., San Pablo City

Union Rich Pagsanjan Dev't. Hotel & Restaurant
Brgy. Pingasanjan, Pagsanjan, Laguna

Pagsanjan Falls Lodge Hotel & Summer Resort
Brgy. Pinagsanjan, Pagsanjan, Laguna

La Corona De Pagsanjan Hotel
Brgy. Pinagsanjan, Pagsanjan, Laguna

Excel Hotel Corp., Inc.
Gen. Taiño, Pagsanjan, Laguna

Pulutan Philippines Cuisine

Pulutan (from the Filipino word pulutin which literally means "something that is picked up") is a term roughly analogous to the English term "finger food". Originally, it was a snack accompanied with liquor or beer but has found its way into Philippine cuisine as appetizers or, in some cases, main dishes, as in the case of sisig.

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Laguna Islands Philippines

Laguna Brief History - Laguna Climate - Laguna Population - Laguna Economy - Laguna Political Subdivision
Laguna Geography - Mount Makiling - Laguna De Bay - Laguna Educational Institutions
Laguna Medical Services - Laguna Recreation / Commercial Establishments - Laguna Restaurants / Bars
Laguna Hotels - Laguna Resorts - Laguna Tour Packages - Going To Laguna Philippines
Laguna Historical Attractions - Laguna Natural Attractions - Laguna Cultural Attractions - Laguna Man-Made Attractions - Laguna Religious Attractions - Laguna Feasts and Festivals

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