Microtel Inn By Wyndham Sto Tomas Batangas

Address: First Philippine Industrial Park, Sto. Tomas, Batangas Province, Calabarzon Region, Luzon, 4234, Philippines | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on First Philippine Industrial Park, Sto. Tomas.
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    Travel Blogs from Sto. Tomas

    Rice Paddy Trekking

    A travel blog entry by purelyperu on Mar 06, 2015

    2 comments, 48 photos

    ... one French traveler was very relieved!

    We could have used another night in Sagada but we tried to see as much as we could in the time we had. This meant we were up at 6am and at the tourist info centre (where everything is booked through) by 7am. Our main goals were to see the caves and the hanging coffins. The Samaging cave experience was quite interesting. I have visited several caves but nothing quite like this. We started out ...

    The rice terraces of Luzon

    A travel blog entry by tai_and_sarah on Jan 16, 2015

    ... old that were washing some clothes in a plastic tub outside, I pointed at our map and asked of the village ahead was the one we were aiming for and in perfect English she responded yes mam straight ahead! We were back in the town a hour early and went into another home stay for some lunch. We managed a quick game of UNO and then it was time to get on our night bus and head back to manilla, we were hopefully heading to the islands the following day, if we could book a seat on the ...

    Stunning Rice Terraces - UNESCO World Heritage

    A travel blog entry by skjaer on Nov 03, 2014

    4 comments, 155 photos

    ... less colour than there would be at other times of the year. These terraces were mainly mud and clay, not the stone terraces in other places, including in Batad (next entry). At the lookout were a number of Ifugao in traditional dress posing for/with tourists to earn a few pesos. You'll see them in the photos, and boy do they ever look ancient!

    The sky was threatening rain, which did come, so the others took the trikes down the hill to ...


    A travel blog entry by sammy_moore on Jul 02, 2014

    23 photos

    ... is a large truck with seats in the back and normally used as a taxi. We drove for an hour on muddy roads that were under construction and at times got precariously close to the edge. The views were already breathtaking out over the local rice terraces and lush green valleys sloping in to the distance. Homes were dotted throughout the rice fields, often built on the edge of a steep slope; everyday life for those living in the country. It was the perfect season to see ...

    World Famous Rice Terraces

    A travel blog entry by kyley on Feb 19, 2014

    14 photos

    ... was a crazy hot day. When we arrived at Tappiyah falls it was thankfully worth it- the falls were beautiful, we had some snacks and sat in the shade.

    Unfortunately then we had to go up- up hundreds of steep huge stairs, over the rice terraces, then back up more stairs into the village, getting lost 3 times since we pushed ahead of the group. When we finally found our way back to the restaurant we devoured our delicious ...