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Tanauan City, Batangas Destinations

Visit the Tanauan City, Batangas page for all information on Tanauan City.

If you’re looking for places to visit in Tanauan City, here are some of the prominent ones you can go to:

St. John the Evangelist Parish Church – at the back of the church are life-size Stations of the Cross.

Tanauan City Museum – this used to be the old municipal hall. It was turned into a museum on January 14, 2004 under the administration of Mayor Alfredo Corona. The museum’s most interesting feature is the diorama of Tanauan City.

Mabini Shrine – the remains of one of the Philippine history’s greatest minds, Apolinario Mabini, lies in this shrine made for him. The shrine showcases some personal belongings of the hero and other memorabilia from his childhood days.

J.P. Laurel Ancestral House – This used to be the residence of the late Philippine President Jose P. Laurel. His childhood days were spent in this huge house. The furnitures were taken care of. Displays of family portraits and that of the late president were all over the house. It used to be a public library but to preserve the place and the things it houses, the Laurel Foundation decided to have it just as a museum but still is very much open to the public.

Hacienda Darasa – This one’s perfect for you if you are looking for a relaxing place to stay at with your family or friends. Hacienda Darasa is a garden resort open for various events like weddings, corporate events, team-building activities, company outings, reunions, etc. But what makes this resort worth visiting is their 4-hectare plantation which brings you closer to nature. Hacienda Darasa has a hotel and dorm-type rooms if you are looking for place to stay in Tanauan City.

Last Updated: September 11, 2013

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