Bato Springs Resort, San Pablo City, Laguna - Jona Shares

Bato Springs Resort, San Pablo City, Laguna






 


Experience a cold spring resort near Metro Manila for less than one thousand pesos.




If you are looking for a budget-friendly destination near Metro Manila, head over to some places in the south. 



 

Fresh cold waters of Bato Springs Resort in Brgy. San Cristobal, San Pablo City, Laguna will welcome you.



 


How to go to Bato Springs Resort:


From Buendia, take a bus going to Lucena. Travel fare is Php 127.00
Tell the bus driver to drop you off near Bato Springs in San Pablo City. Landmark is after Meralco.

From there, take tricycle going Bato Springs. Special rate is around Php150.00 which is good for 5 persons.





Resort Expenses: 


Daytour entrance: Php80.00 weekdays, Php100.00 weekends

Overnight: Php125.00

Cottage: Php400.00

Bahay Kubo good for 4 persons: Php1500.00

Tent pitching: Php200.00

For solo traveller you can also rent a locker for your belongings, I just forgot the rate.
 

The resort has a swimming pool and a mini restaurant that offers Filipino cuisines. If you want to stay overnight, they are also offering rooms that can accommodate 16-24 persons, just ask for the quotation.



 


You are allowed to bring food.


For more information you can visit their Facebook Account: Bato Springs Resort

13 comments:

  1. This is so nice and great missing Philippines though, can't wait to travel around Philippines soon ^^

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    1. Thank you Ann, shoot me a message in can you'll be here. Looking forward to meet you. :)
      Happy Travels!

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  2. That pool.... i am slightly envious! how fun for your family!

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    1. Summer time is approaching. For sure will visit this spring resort again.

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  3. Holy moly. I would absolutely never leave! I mean, I'd have to. I'd get kicked out, but you know what I mean. LOL

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  4. This place is awesome. I need to make plans to visit soon.

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  5. That looks like a really lovely place to be. You got some really amazing photos here. Very pretty!

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  6. I have to say it looks pretty amazing there. I love that the restaurant has Filipino food.

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  7. These seems like an amazig place to take my family. I love a good waterfall.

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  8. It looks like a lovely place to visit! The pool and springs are so inviting.

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  9. this looks like a fun place to visit, thanks for sharing this amazing blog post.

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  10. Beautiful waterfall! Would love to visit one day. Thank you for sharing.

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  11. We've been to San Pablo before to visit our relatives. I'd love to visit again. That place looks beautiful. -LYNNDEE

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