Quezon, Philippines | Photo by DOT Region 4-CALABARZON Salibungot Beach in Jomalig Island, Quezon Villa Escudero in Tiaong, Quezon | Photo by Jay Ermitaño

Quezon Province largely exemplifies the quintessential sceneries of a bucolic countryside: sprawling rice paddies framed against towering mountain ranges, unspoiled beaches dotted with clumps of mangroves, inconspicuous trails that lead to unexplored caves and hidden waterfalls. The province boasts of its own versions of sausage (longganisang Lucban), liquor (lambanog), noodle dish (chami), and cassava cake (budin). If you’re looking to eat, drink, and explore obscure trails in quiet little towns, Quezon won’t disappoint.

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