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Torres Farm Resort Powered by Cocotel

Governor's Drive Barangay Sabang, Naic, Luzon 4110 Philippines
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Annie M wrote a review Jan 2023
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates21 contributions
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First I want to thanks who received my call the day busy time Last Jan 2. She gave me nice place where we place which area to accommodate my whole family. It was really great to experience I celebrate my birthday here with my family ,the oldies and teenage get there selfies walking in the morning there a lot place u will enjoy different country and kids love to enjoy swimming 5 different pool design each Country place. The best experience and enjoy relaxing with clean fresh air. And the Owner of this place i will say Wow even he didn’t know me his so kind🤗 And we will recomend this as 5star
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Date of stay: January 2023Trip type: Traveled with family
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Maria B wrote a review May 2022
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We booked on a holiday so the rate was a bit expensive. There was a free breakfast though so it's alright. We booked the Japan Villa (private villa with pool) and had a blast. The kids loved it. Although time and time again there were people coming inside the premises even with a sign by the entrance that the villa was booked privately so we had to keep telling these people to leave. I wish the management could have installed a more visible and secure "gate" or "fence". I also loved that we had our own "private" lifeguard so even when I was inside the villa I was not that afraid to leave the kids in the pool for several minutes. The view and sounds the morning after was beautiful! It felt like I was one with nature. They did a good job in building several landmarks such as the Eiffel Tower and Pyramid of Giza. The train ride was short though. There were also mosquitos so we had to get offlotion from a drug store in Trece Martires. I also suggest having more activities in the resort. In all, we loved this place. We may come back. This is a wonderful place for the family.
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Date of stay: May 2022Trip type: Traveled with family
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Jed C wrote a review Nov 2021
Binan City, Philippines133 contributions27 helpful votes
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If you've been in lockdown with your kids for a year and a half and haven't visited anywhere for fear of a pandemic, highly recommend Torres Farms and Resorts. They accept kids, and have places for them to run around on grass, and great picture spots. I'm not sure why it's still called a farm. I get that it was one once, but it's just ducks now. The locations they've chosen are an eclectic mix, and one gets the impression that they had donations and then just built from there. Indeed, some locations have signs indicating that they are donated by the tourist boards of various countries. These tended to be the ones exhibiting finer craftmanship, like that of Turkey and the UAE. I particularly appreciated the working CR with Arabic lettering and an Arabesque architecture. The "Finland" section *does* include a quintessential log cabin, but it is also where staff housing is, so you can only see the outsides of these working homes. There is also a gingerbread house pigeon-holed in, and an incomplete castle. Staff was unaware and unable to tell me if this was Turku Castle or if they would be installing a sauna. For some reason, after a year of lockdowns when people couldn't visit, they are only now doing repairs and building new sites. In addition to the castle another mosque-style building was being built in front. S Korea was completely blocked off and falling apart and looked nothing like Korea. The fairytale castle would probably be great for kids, but was likewise sequestered. New York for some odd reason still had the World Trade Center up. Was this built in the 20th Century? Legoland could be climbed on, but the water park inside was closed. As you go deeper into the facility in a counter-clockwise motion the locations get more interesting but in a higher state of disrepair. My personal favourites were Stonehenge and Rapa Nui, labeled as "Chili". Ancient Greece on the placard was labeled Rome on the map, and nowhere near Italy (the Leaning Tower of Pisa). The Filipino nipa hut was beautiful. I imagine Japan was too, but unfortunately the facility has a policy of allowing individuals and families to rent out a structure for the day and it is then closed off to viewing by the public. We did not rent rooms but had the day tour instead. It is a beautiful place for wedding pictures, and indeed we saw someone doing debutante pictures while we were there. Two pools are open, one more for adults and one more for kids, though I am not sure that it is best to go swimming in public at this stage of the pandemic. Recommend 3 hours to take in all the sights at a leisurely pace - more if you want to eat at the fine restaurant or enjoy the pools. And when I say fine restaurant - Amare is without a doubt the finest food we have had since the lockdowns began.
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Date of stay: November 2021
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PRICE RANGE
₱3,690 - ₱4,808 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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PhilippinesLuzonCalabarzon RegionCavite ProvinceNaic
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Frequently Asked Questions about Torres Farm Resort Powered by Cocotel
Which popular attractions are close to Torres Farm Resort Powered by Cocotel?
Nearby attractions include Bonifacio Trial House (7.7 km), Diocesan Shrine Of The Immaculate Conception Of Mary (3.4 km), and Casa Hacienda De Naic (3.4 km).
What are some restaurants close to Torres Farm Resort Powered by Cocotel?
Conveniently located restaurants include Lolo Claro's, Brainstorms and Brews Cafe, and Amare La Cucina.
Are there any historical sites close to Torres Farm Resort Powered by Cocotel?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Casa Hacienda De Naic (3.4 km).