Tourism Related Establishments

Hotels and Accomodation


Restaurants and Cafes

  • Ala Fiesta
  • Hapag Filipino Restaurant
  • Lipa Grill
  • Cafe de Lipa
  • Starbucks Coffee Lipa
  • Shakeys
  • Max’s Restaurant
  • Almarius Grill
  • Chowking Restaurant
  • Lomi King
  • Big Bellys
  • Bluroze: Lunch in the wild
  • Jollibee
  • Mcdonalds
  • Greenwich
  • Gotohan sa Barangay

Shopping Centers

  • Big Ben Complex
  • Dilao Shopping Center
  • Fiesta World Mall
  • Lipa Commercial Center
  • Robinsons Place Lipa
  • South Supermarket-Lipa
  • SM City Lipa

8 Responses to Tourism Related Establishments

  1. pancho lardizabal says:

    Congratulations for creating this site so people as well as lipenos will be aware of our rich heritage. More pwer and mabuhay kayo.

  2. Wendy says:

    Wow! This is such a very informative site. I specially like THE FAMOUS FAMILIES IN LIPA. It makes me imagine in awe how life in Lipa was during those golden years. Mabuhay tayong mga Lipeño!

  3. Marlon M. Labot says:

    I’m so happy that you made such a wonderful and informative site that will surely attract more people to visit our place…LIPA! Can I make a request? Since our place is blessed with beautiful places, may you include some of the magnificent and historic churches that were built during the Spanish era. Thank you and more power.. Viva LIPA!!!

    • lipatourism says:

      Thank you for the wonderful comment…I believe we only have one church here in Lipa that was built in the colonial period. It’s the Cathedral de San Sebastian… 🙂

  4. Rei says:

    Hello! Do you know the contact details of La Finca Farm and Country Resort? TIA!

  5. Joe says:

    Is Spanish still spoken today by some families in Lipa City? Is it still taught in schools? If not, is there any desire to bring some Spanish language back to the city, perhaps in an effort to attract Spanish-speaking tourists?

  6. Arlene R. Florentino says:

    Hi, do you have a listing of private Casas ( houses) that rent out for just a couple of days? Am planning visit your lovely city. There were some featured in PAL Mabuhay Magazine. Unfortunately, I was not able to get a copy.

    Thank you and Mabuhay!

    Arlene R. Florentino

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