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Information about Laguna

Type
Area/Community
High season
Spring
Family-friendly
Yes
Area
1,917
Laguna Laguna, historically known as La Provincia de la Laguna de Bay, is located in northern CALABARZON. Its name is taken from Laguna de Bay, the largest lake in the Philippines that runs over the southeastern part of Manila, the Philippines' capital city. Laguna is a Spanish word that means a lagoon or a large body of water near a river. The province is also the birthplace of Jose Rizal, the Philippine national hero. It is home to multiple national historical monuments, prime landmarks, Laguna resorts ranging from hot springs to lake resorts, and a variety of natural tourist attractions near Manila. Best time to visit The best time to visit Laguna is in September, October, November, and December, when the city is decorated for the holidays with lights and other decorations. Weather in Laguna During the dry season, the weather in Laguna is nice. Keep in mind that March to mid-May are usually the hottest months. Peak Season in Laguna Traffic will be worse than usual during the Christmas season. This is also the time of year when a lot of people go shopping for the holidays. Main festival/events in Laguna Some of the biggest festivals in Laguna are the Anilag Festival, Coconut Festival, Pinya Festival, Tsinelas Festival, and Itik Festival. How to get to Laguna The best way to go to Laguna is to ride a bus bound to Calamba, Laguna. Some of the places where the bus stops are includes in front of the Alimall in Cubao, Kamias in Quezon City, close to Cubao, and Buendia, Corner Taft Avenue, Manila. Safety in Laguna Laguna is a safe city, but like other places in the Philippines, it is better to keep precaution at all times. Due to the COVID-19 situation, it is also recommended to follow the safety precautions. Getting around Laguna Within Laguna, you can ride by jeepney, bus, taxicab, van, or private car rental or transfer. Food and Drinks Buko pie, Kesong puti, Espasol, Cassava cake and chips, Uraro, Bibingka, and Ube are the most well-known delicacies in Laguna. These tasty foods have a big effect on the Province of Laguna's food and tourism business. Best Neighborhoods to Stay in Laguna Some of the best places to stay in Laguna includes Biñan, San Pablo, Calamba, San Pedro, Cavinti, Santa Cruz, and many more districts and municipalities.

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