San Pablo City Things to Do
Located in southern Laguna province, San Pablo city is the largest city of Laguna. It is one of the oldest cities and provides visitors with beautiful landscapes at every turn. Below, we have listed just a few things to do when visiting San Pablo City, Laguna in the Philippines.
Sampaloc Lake is the largest lake of the seven that are near the city. This lake was formed from the crater of an extinct volcano. Other lakes include Bunot, Palakpakin, Kalibato, Pandin, Yambo, and Mahikap. The lake is mostly used for commercial fisheries so swimming is not permitted. Fishing in the commercial fisheries is also not allowed. Visitors to Sampaloc Lake are treated though, to fantastic views of the city and to Mt. Banahaw.
This resort is located between Delores Town and San Pablo City in the Quezon province. The resort offers clear, crisp river water that comes directly from Mt. Banahaw for visitors to swim in. The chilly mountain waters give the entire atmosphere a cool feeling which is especially refreshing in the summer heat. There are two man-made waterfalls that lead to the main swimming pool. The main pool is about four feet deep and features a hidden cave to swim into. You can rent cabins for the night at the resort but you must bring your own food.
Dona Leonila Park
On the way to Sampaloc Lake, Dona Leonila Park is located across from the old City Hall. The park features beautiful gardens and plenty of big trees to provide shade. A local hangout for the residents, the park also features a raised platform for performances in the park. As part of Dona Leonila Park, visitors can walk to a viewing platform to see Sampaloc Lake.
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