If you wish to witness both science and nature at its finest, then you should travel to Kwebang Lampas.
Pagbilao, officially the Municipality of Pagbilao, is a 1st class municipality in the province of Quezon, Philippines.
It is located on the northern shore of Tayabas Bay on Luzon, just east of Lucena, the provincial capital.
WHAT TO BRING FOR PAGBILAO
Here are some things you might consider bringing with you for your day tour / adventure:
- Stylish face mask
- Water container/tumbler to rehydrate
- Sunscreen for skin protection
- Goggles for swimming or snorkeling
- Stylish Swimsuit
- Travel backpack / luggage
- Reusable vacuum storage packs
- Selfie stick
- Waterproof phone case
- Acion cam
- Camping tent
- WiFi kit
- Power bank
Most of the vast lands of Pagbilao are mainly used for agricultural. These agricultural land are mostly coconut, rice and poultry farms. But some of these lands became industrial areas. Most of these industrial lands are ice plants, rice and oil mills which can be seen along the highway.
The Province of Quezon announced that they are planning to make an industrial park or economic zone in the Barangays of Alupaye and Bantigue of Pagbilao. It will really help the employment of the people of Quezon Province.
Commerce is also rapidly grown not only in the downtown area, but also spreading in the whole town. Commercial establishments are growing from Talipan up to downtown along the highway.
La Suerte Mega Warehouse, the largest commercial center in town, is found in Alupaye, which most of the bus terminals can be found here.
ATTRACTIONS TO SEE IN MANILA
HOW TO GET TO PAGBILAO, QUEZON
Via Public Transport
There are two options on how you can get to this place via public commuting:
- Option 1: Ride a bus from Cubao, Pasay or Quezon City that are bound to Quezon Province and tell the conductor to drop you off at Lucena Grand Terminal.
Hire a tricycle from Lucena Grand Terminal that will take you directly to Kwebang Lampas drop off point. Price usually ranges from ₱400-450 that is good for four persons.
- Option 2: You can choose to ride a bus that is bound directly to Calauag or Bicol and tell the conductor to drop you off at Isla Polo Crossing. From there, you can hire a tricycle that will take you to the jump-off point. It will cost you at least ₱350 good for four.
Via Private Vehicle
If you are driving your own vehicle, the municipality is connected with Manila by the Pan-Philippine Highway. See directions via Google Maps.
Until 2014, there were also daily rail services to and from Naga and Legazpi provided by the Philippine National Railways.
A new Pagbilao station has already been set for construction under the PNR South Long Haul project, a reconstruction of the PNR South Main Line that passes through the area.
ACTIVITIES AND TOURS IN MANILA
ALSO IN QUEZON PROVINCE
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