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Best things to do in Camarines Sur

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Shopping Mall
“SM City Naga is a shopping mall owned and operated by SM Prime Holdings, the largest mall owner and operator in the Philippines. The mall is located in Central Business District II, Brgy. Triangulo, Naga City, the largest city in the province of Camarines Sur, in the Philippines.”
2 locals recommend
Water Park
“They have beginner and professional wakeboarding for people who are sporty and wants to try this sport”
3 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Located on the eastern side of the Mayon Volcano, 2,700 feet from sea level, the Mayon Skyline View Deck recreational area has a grand panoramic views of Albay and the Pacific Ocean, nearby towns and lakes, Curangon Shoal, San Miguel Island, and Mount Malinao (another volcano within the so-called Pacific Ring of Fire). It is a favourite picnic site among locals, especially during summer, due to its cool weather, fresh mountain air and relaxing views. Adjacent to the park’s multi-purpose hall is Mayon Planetarium and Science Park where photo exhibits and documentaries about volcanoes are shown. It has become one of the top destinations in Albay and is the best place to go to get up close and personal with the beautiful but dangerous volcano.”
1 local recommends
Establishment
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“freshly brewed cuppa perfect after savoring the crispy pata and dinuguan of bob marlin's resto or a slice of chocolate indulgence cake of red platter :)”
1 local recommends
Park
“According to Choosephils.com, “In the vicinity of Naga City via the town of Panicuason, Camarines Sur, is the Mt. Isarog National Park. It is a must-see place for the local tourists. The slopes of Mt. Isarog, a 1,976-meter dormant volcano, cover a vast base and contain many ravines. The 13-meter Malabsay Falls is worth the 45 minute hike (one way).” Malabsay falls is one of the best spot in Naga, this is a place where I can relax and be one with nature even though it is only for a short while. The water is just great but the rocks are too irritating, for each step to take pain will hit your feet off. For some it is only a stop over but for I and dad, we consider this the main attraction of ”
1 local recommends
Natural Feature
Restaurant
1 local recommends
Route
“ Top Naga Bars & Clubs including RedCactus RestoBar, BlackBox Bar & KTV, Sadi Baloy, Nikko's Ark by Jelatto, Back Draft Resto Bar Magsaysay, Bistro Roberto, Drinks and Bites, Hang-out resto bar”
2 locals recommend
Church
“The Peñafrancia Minor Basilica or the Minor Basilica of the Our Lady of Peñafrancia is a Roman Catholic Minor Basilica located on the outskirts of Naga City—also known as the Pilgrim City and Queen City of Bicol—in the Bicol Region of the Philippines. It is one of the largest Marian Pilgrimage Sites in Asia.”
4 locals recommend
Shopping Mall
“Located at the Pilgrim City of Bicolandia, Robinsons Place Naga is a 3-level full service, premier mall with over 250 tenants, a two-level office structure and 6 state-of-the-art cinemas. Shoppers can go to and from the mall in jeepney, multi cabs and vans; on buses and other means of transportation. Robinsons Place Naga is an extension of the locals’ home and the mall-going public. There’s a wide variety of exciting retail stores and dining outlets, surrounded by timeless and classy interior design inspired by the native pili nut that complement and promote the rich culture and heritage of the Bicolanos. ”
1 local recommends
Restaurant
1 local recommends
Restaurant
“Home to one of the best crispy pata in the Philippines. One of Naga City's best restaurants. Bob Marlin Restaurant serves Filipino and Bicolano food.”
4 locals recommend
Park
“Naga City Ecology Park is a 3-hectare park where you can enjoy a ton of things with your family and friends. There are playgrounds for the children, gardens you can explore, and this beautiful maze. If you are going to visit the EcoPark, be sure to bring snacks. Do not forget to properly dispose of your garbage though .”
1 local recommends
Lodging
2 locals recommend
Restaurant
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