Situated at the southeast of Metro Manila, Laguna is notable not just as the birthplace of Jose Rizal, but also for its hot springs, UP Los Baños, Mount Makiling and of course, Nuvali
A gateway to Tagaytay City, Sta. Rosa is known for its recreational and entertainment facilities such as Nuvali, Enchanted Kingdom and Splash Island.
Although the emphasis is on getting closer to nature with Nuvali and an array of farms like Ilog Maria Honeybee Farm, Cornerstone Pottery Farm and Alcasid Aviary and Farm, Sta. Rosa is also historic. Its main crowd drawer is the Cuartel de Santo Domingo or Fort Sto. Domingo, the Intramuros of Sta. Rosa.
Cabuyao was once known as the “richest municipality in the Philippines” as major factories and plants are headquartered in the city.
San Pablo is one of the oldest cities in the country. However, it is more known for its lakes. In fact, San Pablo is also called the City of Seven Lakes namely Lake Sampaloc, Lake Palakpakin, Lake Bunot, Lakes Pandin and Yambo, Lake Muhikap and Lake Calibato.
While Calamba is mostly known as the birthplace of our national hero, Jose Rizal, there is more to it than its history. Calamba is also dubbed as the Resort Capital of the Philippines mainly because of its hot springs found in Pansol, Bagong Kalsada and Bucal.