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Waterfall Restaurant, Philippines

The Labassin Waterfall Restaurant is a truly singular and memorable experience. Located at the Villa Escudero Resort in the San Pablo City, Philippines, guests can enjoy lunch while the water flows under their feet. Besides enjoying the authentic local cuisine, you can enjoy the almost untouched nature of the region formerly occupied by a farm and coconut plantations.

If you need to burn calories after lunch then you have opportunity to do some sports activities like Bamboo rafts. Try your hand at paddling a native bamboo raft on lake Labasin. Unlike most waterfalls that would be deadly or dangerous to eat near, at the foot of the Labasin Falls people are encouraged to take their shoes off, relax and eat their popular Filipino dishes.

If you are admirer of bird watching this is the place for you. Bird watching at the resort is beautiful and relaxing travel adventure. Wake up to the chorus of the resident orioles, mynahs, kingfishers, doves etc. Enjoy in truly untouched nature as a variety of birds fly around the area’s lush gardens, orchards and open spaces. With close to 600 recorded bird species, 30% (181) found only in the Philippines, it has the highest rate of avifauna biodiversity per square kilometer in the world.

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Chocolate Hills, Philippines

This destination is something really unique, and certainly a beautiful landscape. Chocolate Hills is the most famous tourist attraction in Bohol, Philippines. They are featured in the provincial flag and seal to symbolize the abundance of natural attractions in the province. This popular tourist spot is currently ranked number 6 in the list of New Seven Wonders of the world. There are at least 1,260 hills but there may be as many as 1,776 perfectly cone-shaped haycock hills with heights ranging from 40 to 120 meters spread over an area of more than 50 square kilometers (20 sq mi).

The Chocolate Hills is a wonder of nature The Hills are considered as a Philippine National Geological Monument. During the summer, the dome-shaped, grass-covered limestone hills dry up and turn brown transforming the areas into rows and rows of chocolate-like hills, hence the name. There is no natural formation like these in the world. From a distance, they look like half a ball grown out of the ground. The molehill-shaped and almost uniformly sized hills dot the landscape with green and brown. Do you want something different from the usual tourist destination? Then you should really consider visiting the Chocolate Hills.

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