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Club Balai Isabel

Fairways Dr, Talisay, Philippines, 4220

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San Roque Paradise Hotel

Buco , Talisay, Philippines, 4220

Balai Sofia

Talisay, Talisay, Philippines, 6045

Anson Beach Resort

Tumaway, Talisay, Philippines, 4220

Villa Manalo Beach Resort

Barangay Zone 8 Poblacion MH Del Pilar , Talisay, Philippines, 4220

Mel and Neth Resort

Barangay Leynes, Talisay, Philippines, 4220

Blue Topaz Resort

TPI Street, Barangay Banga, Tanauan Rd, Talisay, Philippines, 4232

Rejoice Resort

Barangay Leynes , Talisay, Philippines, 4220

Taal Gold Resort

Barangay Buco, Talisay, Philippines, 4220

26 Santa Maria Resort

Talisay - Tanauan Rd, , Talisay City, Philippines, 4220

Talisay Green Lake Resort

Brgy. Sta. Maria, Talisay , Philippines, 4220

Lago de Taal

162 Barangay Leynes, Talisay, Philippines, 4220

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About

Talisay is abundantly gifted with natural resources and exquisite attractions that make the locals proud of their province. With the magnificent view of the Taal Lake, tourists keep coming back to Talisay as part of their weekend and holiday escape.

 

At A Glance

Talisay, Batangas retains its prestige by showcasing stunning views and tourist attractions. But more than that, the beaches with incandescent waters and the glorious Taal Volcano are something you shouldn’t miss when you visit the place. Talisay is for everyone who would like to discharge from the hustle and bustle of the city and reunite with nature.

Located at the central part of Batangas, this town is called the “Seedling Bowl of the Nation” for having the largest growth production of seedlings and saplings than in any other town in the country. It is said that around 80% of seedlings that reach other places in the country came from Talisay.  

 

How to Go

By plane

The nearest airport is at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Pasay for those who are coming from foreign countries. The airport is also the main gateway for other domestic flights from Visayas and Mindanao

By boat/ferry

The nearest seaport is in Batangas pier. There are several shipping lines docking at the pier coming from Cebu, Bacolod, Mindoro, Romblon and more.

By land

Talisay is accessible by buses that are bound to Batangas City. The bus terminal is at Taft Avenue in Pasay City, Metro Manila. Drop off at Tanauan public market and hop onto a Talisay-bound jeepney. Another route is by riding a Nasugbu-bound bus. Ask the driver or conductor to drop you off at Talisay-bound jeepney terminal.

 

Getting Around

Roaming around Talisay is easy because all means of public transportation is available. You can ride a jeepney if you are  planning to go to the nearby towns of Talisay. There are also tricycles, buses, and boats if you would like to visit the majestic Taal crater. You can easily find your way  to the Taal Crater since there are locals offering a ride going there.

 

Tourist Attractions

Laid in the beautiful town of Talisay is the historical Taal Lake. Nobody should dare miss the majestic view of the lake as well as the stunning sight of Mt. Binintian or known as the Taal Volcano.

Club Balai Isabel is also a must-visit. They offer hotel rooms, villas, and cottages that are good for a family outing and business affairs. You can try fun activities here like kayaking and hiking to the top of Taal Volcano.

 

Top Things to Do

Have fun trekking at the Taal crater, which local and foreign travelers always love to see. You will take a short trail going to the final destination either by foot or by riding a horse. Horse rental is at Php 500.

Hire a boat to cross the famous Crater Lake of Talisay and jump to the nearest beach resorts if you’re planning to spend a quick getaway with a limited budget.

Talisay is just nearby one of the famous tourist spots in the Philippines, Tagaytay, where you can have the best Bulalo in town. All of these activities are worth your Facebook, Twitter, and IG feeds so never hesitate to take your best selfie or groufie with your travel buddies.

 

Where to Eat

Batangas is famous for Maliputo or a big fish also known as a giant trevally. August is the Maliputo season in Talisay so it’s best to search for a restaurant that offers this dish. You can visit Taal Bistro for delightful treats that can be found only in this place such as fried Tawilis.

You can also set foot on Milan’s Native Food Restaurant. Their menu is consisted of wide variants of meats, from fish to pork. The rustic ambiance of the restaurant adds flavors to their foods and makes it even greater.

 

Nightlife

There’s not many places to have fun at night in Talisay, but it is best to spend the night camping by the beach and listening to the lovely noise of nature while sharing stories with your friends over a cold beer. But if you really want a place to hangout for the night, you can head on over to Tagaytay.

 

Where To Stay

There are so many hotels in Talisay where you can spend a night or two. However, there is Green Lake Resort if you and your group are on a discrete budget. There is Club Balai Isabel, an exclusive hotel in Talisay that offers many amenities and a bonus view of the Taal Lake which you can surely enjoy a lot.

You can also opt to stay at beach resorts where you can enjoy the jaw-dropping view of sunrise and sunsets by the beach and take dramatic shots with your friends.

 

Travel Tips

  • There are many hotels and accommodation choices in Talisay. It is wise to choose from them first because it will dictate the flow of your itinerary.

  • Always bring a bottle of water when going trekking in Talisay and nearby towns.

  • Bring extra money. You may suddenly want to drop by a near mountain or beach, or try a fancy restaurant somewhere down the road

  • Go on to your destinations early to avoid the crowd.


 

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