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Province:  Quezon
13° 57.780N   121° 31.415E
Listed in Gallery:   Town

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Featured Tourist Attractions of this town/city:

Sariaya Church
Sariaya Beaches
Mt. Banahaw
Sariaya Marine Protected Area
Sariaya Mangrove Project
Sariaya Ancestral Houses

Selected YouTube video: STC Sariaya Tourism Events and Heritage
By: Danny P. De Luna

Other Tourist Attractions of this town/city:

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Sariaya Artificial Reef ProjectConservation Site

Recommended Good Eats places that are unique to this town or city:

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Sariaya Bread House
Villamaters BakeryPopular Bakery in Sariaya
Plaza de Shalom

Resorts or Accomodations in this town/city:

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Villa del PradoBeach Resort
Bignay I
(917) 500-6129
Ms. Malou Prado
RGM BeachhausenBeach Resort
Monte Vista Beach ResortBeach Resort
Bignay II
El Victor ResortBeach Resort
Dalampasigan Beach ResortBeach Resort
(049) 502-4871
(927) 382-4639
(921) 656-2433
Ms. Ofel Manao
Paraiso Beach ResortBeach Resort
(02) 851-6643
(02) 889-2845
(920) 901-1949

What to experience in this place:

Agawan Festival - May 15
Senakulo - every Holy Wednesday
Belen Festival - Dec 15-23,

Culinary: (must try or must bring home as pasalubong)
Pinag-ong (Tinapay Sariaya)
Kinakaw (pastry)
Tikoy and Tamales
* Whenever you are in or passing by Sariaya, don't fail to bring hometheir famous breads.

Crafts and Trades
Buri Fibers and Products - Buri is palm from which three kinds of fibers, namely buri, raffia, and buntal, come from. The production of buntal fiber started in Sariaya and Tayabas even before the pre-war years.

Town Highlights
It is the only Mt. Banahaw town in both Laguna and Quezon provinces with a sea coast!

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