If travelling around the world is one of your wildest dreams but your time and pocket won’t allow you for now, visiting Torres Farm and Resort would pretty much give you good vibes as it has mini-replicas of the world’s famous landmarks.
Torres Farm is nestled in Brgy. Sabang, in the town of Naic, Cavite and it’s just a two-hour drive from Metro Manila.
The place used to be a basketball court and it was turned into a place that the owners, Mr. Eric Baylosis and Mrs. Anna Baylosis, wanted to share to the public.
What to expect
As you enter the resort, they will check your temperature and you will have to fill up forms for contract tracing. You will then be provided with a bracelet as your ticket for a P180 entrance fee (for picture taking only). From there, you can start roaming this 14-hectare resort with more than 20 countries around the globe.
Guests usually visit this resort during the day. Here’s what it is like to visit the Torres Farm at night:
Every weekend, you can chill and spend time in Amare La Cucina Torres Farm and Resort as it has an acoustic band that regularly performs there.
Currently, the resort has free shuttle services for commuters.
You may also choose from their series of themed-pools, while this resort is also available for a fancy wedding or debut photo shoot.
How to get there:
Torres Farm and Resort is accessible via public and private transportation. If you’re driving and coming from Metro Manila, you may refer to Google maps or Waze to find the fastest route.
If you’re commuting from Metro Manila, take a bus ride from PITX going to Naic or Ternate. Tell the driver to drop you off at Jollibee Naic and then ride a tricycle going straight to Torres Farm and Resort.
If you’re commuting from Dasmarinas City or anywhere else in the South, you may ride a van or bus bound to Trece Martires City. Take a walk going to Naic jeepney terminal near SM City Trece Martires. Then, take a ride going to Torres Farm and Resort.
The resort is open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. every day and it could cater up to 30 percent capacity only. Make sure to also book a reservation to know the resort’s availability. For inquiries, you can directly message them as well on their Torres Farm and Resort Facebook Page.
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