Welcome to 88 Hotspring Resort


88 Hot Spring Resort was opened in 2004 and is located at the base of Mount Makiling, Calamba, Laguna, Philippines. This resort was awarded by the department of tourism as the best resort in Laguna in 2007.

This 7-hectare resort is the number one weekend getaway natural hot spring destination from Metro Manila only one hour away owned by Korean national and boasts 11 outdoor pools with naturally heated spring water coming down from the mountain of Maria Makiling. Those are mineral rich baths which boost circulation, reduce stress, promote sleep, relieve pain and believed to cure several skin diseases. All surrounded by a well manicured landscape of lush greenery and coconut trees.


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Tagaytay, one of the smallest volcanoes in the world!


The altitude is 600 meters above sea level and is famous for its unusual volcanic landscape and cool climate. Millions of years ago, after a volcano erupted, the Taal Lake, 25 km long and 18 km wide, was formed. The newly formed central crater, called Taal Volcano, is a periodic eruption that volcanists observe volcanic activity.


Pagsanjan Waterfall, one of the seven best views in the world

Pagsanjan Falls

A hour-long boat ride through the deep valley of Talahib Falls, comes the spectacular waterfall that is famous for boat trekking back to the rapids. A new experience can be enjoyed just by watching the savvy and extraordinary skills of boatmen dragging their boats barefoot. Enter the devil's cave, the face of the devil, just behind the waterfall, and the stream of water flows right in front of you.


The best scuba diving point in the Philippines!

Island hopping & Scuba diving

Balayan Bay dive resort offers the natural thrill of being close to marine sanctuary and all the local wonders within it. Start with snorkeling. Just a few meters off the shoreline, the snorkeling enthusiast can find out just how much this protected reef teems with life. Watch as various crustaceans scurry in the sand, or count the number of starfishes you can find.