Day 19 of PHL50 : Visiting the Towns of Lucban and Tayabas in the Quezon Province

Here’s what I did during the 19th day of PHL50 which includes itinerary, expenses and guide on how to get to the destinations/tourist attractions I have been to in Lucban and Tayabas.

A tour to the Quezon Province will not be complete without paying a visit to the towns of Lucban and Tayabas.

Again, it was my first time to visit the province so I do not know exactly how to get there. Good thing there is google and helpful locals who assisted me find my way. I left the hotel in the early morning and took a jeep going to the diversion road. From there, I took another jeepney going to to Lucban. I arrived in Lucban after over an hour and immediately visited the Lucban Church.

Interior of Lucban Church
After a visit to Lucban Church, I started my walking tour around the town and saw some heritage houses. After a short walking tour, I decided to head to Tayabas. I took a jeep and found myself in Tayabas in about 30 minutes. 

The first thing I did in Tayabas was to visit the Tayabas Church. It was really nice to see it up close for the first time. Due to the super hot weather, I decided to stay inside the church and rest for a bit.

I was already feeling hungry so I went to a nearby eatery to sample some of Quezon’s local cuisines. I had their pancit habhab, longganisa and a cup of rice. It was a sumptuous lunch.

After lunch, I went to Calle Budin to buy some Budin (cassava cake), one of their most famous delicacies.
Bound for ManilaI had to leave Lucena going to Manila on the same day so I hurried up. I checked out the hotel, took a bus and arrived in Paranaque after about 4 hours.

Jeepney (hotel-diversion-hotel) – P16
Jeep to Lucban – P30
Longganisa – P70
Jeep from Lucban to Tayabas – P20
Budin (cassava cake) P75
Lunch P70
Jeep from Tayabas to Lucena – P15
Bus from Lucena to Alabang – P180
Water – P15
Bus from Alabang to Bicutan – P15
Taxi from Bicutan bus stop to BLS – P100

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  1. Kalami sa chorizo! 🙂

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