7. Villa Escudero
Villa Escudero is one of the iconic tourist spots in Quezon though a part of it falls under the border of the nearby province. It is a 800 hectares of working coconut plantation which opens its doors to public and making it as a resort. It showcases Philippine’s country life customs, cultural heritage and cuisine. There are many things to do here like visiting its large museum rich in various artifacts, bamboo rafting in the still rivers and swim in their swimming pools (*1 infinity pool). But the centerpiece of this resort is its waterfall restaurant. Enjoy local cuisine in a handmade bamboo tables while the refreshing clear spring waters runs over your feet from the Labasin Falls.
Villa Escudero is located in Tiaong and Dolores municipalities in Quezon Province and one municipality in nearby province.
8. Kamay ni Hesus Shrine
Another iconic destination in Quezon Province is the Kamay ni Hesus Shrine, a popular pilgrimage destination in Luzon. People who needs to pray for healing come to Kamay ni Hesus Chruch to attend the healing mass. At the top of the hill stands a 50-feet statue of Ascending Jesus Christ which also gives a bird-eye view of the place. It would need around 300+ steps to reach the top. One can also see other statues and replicas mentioned in the Bible like the Noah’s Ark, Adam and Eve, Garden of Even, The Last Supper and more.
Kamay ni Hesus Shrine is located in Lucban, Quezon Province.