Marian Orchard at Balete Batangas

It's my 2 nd time to visit Marian Orchard. The first one was when I visited it with my sister-in-law. Now for the 2 nd time, I was w...

It's my 2nd time to visit Marian Orchard. The first one was when I visited it with my sister-in-law. Now for the 2nd time, I was with my husband. We are celebrating our 4th Wedding Anniversary so we decided to drop by at Marian Orchard then have a sumptuous lunch at Cintai Coritos Garden. I wasn't able to roam around the vicinity of Marian before because it's too hot and the path along station of the cross is still grassy by that time.





There are so many changes now. They build another sanctuary, The Rosarium in which a large rosary will be display but it is still not accessible. They also make concrete pathways now which leads to the Station of the Cross. They are also renovating the area, painting the walls and cleaning the vicinity.





I wonder why the weather at Marian Orchard is too sunny. Even if it is so hot it doesn't stop me to take some pictures of the places I haven't been before. I will only share some of the pictures here.

How to get there:
  • From Manila
- Take a bus heading to Lipa Batangas. Tell the conductor that you will be going to Levitown.
- Take a jeepney ride with Malabanan route and say that you are heading to Marian Orchard. A Php20 fare is cheaper than a renting a tricycle cab.
- An entrance fee of Php50 per head will be collected at the gate of Marian Orchard.

  • If you are from Batangas
- Take a bus heading to Lipa/Tanauan. Tell the conductor that you will be going to Levitown.
- Take a jeepney ride with Malabanan route and say that you are heading to Marian Orchard. A Php20 fare is cheaper than a renting a tricycle cab.
- An entrance fee of Php50 per head will be collected at the gate of Marian Orchard.

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