The modernization and innovation in the landmarks and tourists attraction is one of the primary flourishing industries of the world. Philippines like other countries are experimenting by providing different and unique ways of dining in an inimitable environment. Villa Escudero, a fine hacienda-style resort, restaurant and museum located at San Pablo is one of these modern tourist attractions. . The entry to the hacienda costs about £20 and includes lunch and a tour. The Waterfall Restaurant is the true attraction located at the base of man-made waterfall. The Labasin Falls is a spillway of Labasin Dam, Philippines first hydroelectric plant. The spillway was built as a water supply to coconut factory by Don Arsenio Escudero in 1929.
The Dining restaurant was opened under the spillway after transformation of Dam into an artificial lake. The visitors use now for rafting. The Waterfall restaurant provides an intense dining experience with a cascade of water running beneath the feet of tourists. The restaurant offers a diverse environment. The customers slip their shoes, plunge in water, sit on the bamboo tables near the falling water, feel the splash and order the unique Filipino food served traditionally on the bamboo leaves. The customer experience traditional food in cozy environment. The food includes buffet of meat and curries. After lunch they can lie down and relax and enjoy the rushing water.
The sparkling waterfall as a backdrop and feasting on delightful food is a truly singular and memorable experience. Google rating for Villa Escudero is 4 stars. The visit to The Water Fall Restaurant is highly recommended in summers.