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Travel Diaries| One Laiya in Batangas

Want to take a break and forget your busy/fast-paced metro life at least for one or two days? More reasons? Ok. You don’t need to travel long, not so far-flung from Metro Manila, and very accessible. A BEACH!

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Plan your trip/vacation/week-end get-away now in Batangas and choose from list of resorts in Laiya beach/cove. Laiya is a coastal/seaside barangay of San Juan Batangas endowed with white sand beaches and calm waters. Last July (2012) we do our team building activities in one of the beach resorts in Laiya- in One Laiya. The beach area served as our playground as one strong family, concert ground for voices of laughter and grandstand in proclamation of our endearing UNITY. Indeed! The place is perfect for group activities/events, family outing, barkada get-away or even solo eskapo.

From Metro Manila, going to the infamous Laiya in San Juan, Batangas only takes three hours or less. From the busy streets of Metro Manila find your way going to South Luzon Express Way (SLEX). From SLEX exit follow the signage going to San Pablo, Laguna then Tiaong, Quezon. Right turn in crossing Tiaong all the way to Laiya in San Juan, Batangas.

Laiya  is the closest beach destination from Metro Manila. Its white sand beaches truly captivates, its serenity gives comfort and relaxation to visitors. With regards to budget, accommodations from cheap up to “with stars” are available. Of course if you want to save- you can bring foods as well as swimming gadgets and materials to save rental fees.

PHOTOWALK

Laiya, Batangas final
The beach area

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Twilight in One Laiya
One Laiya Teambuilding
CARD NGO Family in team building activity
Laiya, Batangas
"Hena Tattoo" perfect in the beach"

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"Takipsilim at mga Mangingisda sa Laiya"



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27 comments:

  1. I don't remember ever goin to laiya, Mejo namamamalan kase ako s mga resorts dun banda. Thanks for sharing this. U just convinced me to consider visiting Laiya since malapet nga lang naman tlga xa.

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  2. dyan din kami ng team building dati ... merry xmas po sayo!

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  3. Thanks for dropping here Gael en Kulapitot :) Go na kau dito lapit lang :)

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  4. I have been to Laiya several times. Okay naman siyang alternative sa Boracay na mas malapit sa Metro Manila. :)

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  5. Tumpak Zen:) at maganda din nga pala ang sunset dito . thanks for dropping here :)

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  6. Thanks for your grateful informations, am working in Tourism Vietnam, so it will be a better information’s for me.Try to post best informations like this always…!

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  7. Thanks for this post! I'm surprised that Laiya is good enough if I want to enjoy the beach. Laiya is definitely a good choice if you want to be a beach bum in an instant. :)

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  8. The photos look great and I think that's just one of many beaches you can go to whenever you're in Batangas cheers to more adventures!

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  9. Laiya is a perfect place for family, friends and even corporate outing since its just a few hours away from Manila.

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  10. this is just a very near place to wear my parents live though i am far away in philippines i would like to visit anytime soon! xx

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  11. Maybe I should pa a visit here when i get back to Manila. You once again captured really good photos :)

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  12. From victoria, Laguna ilang oras lang mararating na yang place na yan . Siguro best na i-suggest ko sa mga kapatiran na diyan namin gawein ang summer retreat namin.

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  13. Laiya is a very nice place, our neighbors origin is from there. I love the first photo..

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  14. Wow the place looks REALLY good! I spent post-summer '08 at Batangas but I'm not really sure if it was Laiya.

    This is so freaky but that sun/moon henna is EXACTLY what I got on my arm back in Puerto Galera 4 years ago..

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  15. This one's a cool place. Haven't been to Laiya. I heard the beaches in Batangas are really great. Sa Lobo pa lang ako nakapunta. :)

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  16. Laiya has always been a beach alternative when you want to chill and enjoy the sea without putting a hole on your wallet. and it's near Manila.

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  17. I love Laiya!
    Great place for a road trip, going to San Juan could be an ordeal.
    This beach has a great snorkeling spot too.

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  18. Such a wonderful place to explore and the photos just proved that our country has the best tourists' destination with the most awesome beach resorts.

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  19. i had been to nasugbu, and got a chance to visit a church there... never been to their beaches. love to visit laiya, if given a chance. Yahweh bless.

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  20. Its been almost 5 years since the last time I visited Laiya (I was using a P&S back then). I hope I could revisit Laiya someday to enjoy the beach. ^_^

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  21. Didnt thought there was a place like that in Batangas, really an alternative, which is much farther from Manila

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  22. Would love to visit this place someday! Awesome photos by the way, as always.. :)

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  23. Nice place to have your team building.

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  24. That photo in sepia of fishermen hauling their net is beautiful. Definitely, one for keeps.

    I've never been to Laiya. I wish there will be an opportunity for me to visit it.

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  25. Inquiring for some prices only for 2 persons. .thanks

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  26. how much the entranance and the cottage

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