Torres Farm and Resort: Getting Around the World in Naic, Cavite

If travelling the world is one of your wildest dream but money and time won’t allow you for now, visiting Torres Farm and Resort would pretty much give you “the same” excitement as they showcase replicas of the world’s famous landmarks. Torres Farm and Resort is a private resort in Brgy. Sabang in the town of Naic, Cavite and it’s just an hour or two away from Manila!

How to Go to Torres Farm and Resort:

From Manila

Ride a bus bound to Naic, Ternate or Maragondon (Cavite) and tell the driver to drop you off on Mcdo Naic. These bus terminals bound to Cavite are on Coastal Mall in Parañaque and in Pasay. Upon reaching Naic, look for a tricycle that will take you directly in the resort. Fare will be P30 each.

From Dasmariñas

From Pala-Pala, ride a jeepney bound to Tejero. Jeepney terminal is beside 7-Eleven Pala-Pala and fare is P32 each. Upon reaching Tejero, ride a bus or mini-bus bound to Naic. Fare will be P25 each. Drop off on Mcdo Naic and charter a tricycle going to the resort.

Getting Around the Resort:

Upon reaching Torres Farm and Resort, you have to pay a P180 entrance fee (picture taking only) and a bracelet will be provided as a ticket. From there, you can start your little journey around the globe.

  • Windmill of Amsterdam

Windmills are icons of the landscapes of Amsterdam.

  • Eiffel Tower of Paris, France

One of the world’s most famous structure in the most romantic city, Paris.

  • Moai Structures of Easter Island, Chile

Moai are human figures carved by the Rapa Nui people of Easter Island between 1250-1500.

  • Stonehenge of England

Prehistoric monument found in Wiltshire, England.

  • Arab Pool

One of my favorite spot on the resort. Who would not love to swim with an Arab Palace as the background?

  • Statue of Liberty of New York

Iconic structure in New York Harbor which is a figure of Roman liberty goddess.

  • Pyramid of Egypt

Egypt is known for their pyramids that were built as tombs for their ancient pharaohs.

  • Santorini, Greece

The building is inspired by Santorini’s Cycladic architecture. Known for their white-painted walls and blue dome.

  • Garden of Morning Calm of South Korea

A botanical garden located in the East of Seoul.

  • Leaning Tower of Pisa

A freestanding bell tower known for its nearly four-degree lean.

  • Merlion of Singapore

A symbol of Singapore with a body of a fish and a lion’s head.

  • Philippine Villa and Pool
  • Castle of Disneyland Hong Kong
  • Aya Sophia Temple of Istanbul, Turkey

This resort is perfect for family outings and barkada trips. Choose from their series of themed-pools and enjoy a dip on it. Check-ins, check-outs, and other hotel queries can be done on their tourism office which they set as an airport. It really looks like a boarding area on an airport with screens that flashes boarding gates!

Resort's tourism office

The resort has their own food hub called “Garden Cafe” so food would not be a problem. It’s such a good place to eat as you can have a fresh air, a relaxing garden ambiance while eating a sumptuous meal.

Garden Cafe's Longsilog
Garden Cafe's Tapsilog

Here are the current rates of the resort:

Photo taken from the official facebook page of Torres Farm and Resort

The resort is open from 8am-11pm everyday but make sure to check their page because there might be announcements regarding resort’s availability. For inquiries and reservations, you can directly message them as well on their Facebook Page. Here’s the link.

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