It is not cheap but it was worth the money. We also had the meal with our feet in the water but for me it was not the (only) highlight. This place is a piece of history and if you take time for a tour you can see the housing area of the staff families, the church of the residents, the concert hall and the wedding chapel but also the former school building which is falling apart now. A highlight is also the museum, packed with items collected for years by the owners. We also watched a show of how coconuts are harvested and processed further. The whole plantation area is nice like a garden and maintained very well. There is even a hotel by we didn’t stay there. Finally, the Villa Escudero is a destination to learn and enjoy on your trip in Manila’s South.
- Also Known As:
- Villa Escudero Hotel San Pablo City