The city of Naga in the province of Camarines Sur are part of the BicolRegion. Found in the southern part of Luzon, it is a land of culture, business, history and tourism. Diverse in their offering, this part of town boasts of many natural wonders that can cater to anyone and everyone. Filled with warmth true to their hospitable nature, Bicolanos here are proud of their heritage, food and destinations.
Less than an hour’s flight from Manila via Cebu Pacific Air,DiscoverMNL met with the friendly people from Visit CamSur for an exciting packed 4D3N engagement of the sights and sounds that awaits us in this province.
An icon in Naga — this rasta-inspired restaurant boasts of Filipino dishes with the Bicolandia twist. Their crispy pata is a must try together with dinuguan, pancit and assorted grilled delicacies.
Walking around Naga Public Market
Immerse in local culture, smell and flavors as you walk in the alleys of their public market. See assorted products of this region perfect for pasalubong. Dried fish, pili nut products and locally woven bags and mats.
House of Pili tour
Get to know the humble beginnings of a couple who almost had nothing and turned their fortune around through hard work and entrepreneurial savvy.
Merienda at Aling Cely’s Kinalasan
Have a go with this brothy mixture of noodles, meat and special sauce. Patronized by local, so it is a sure hit for all visitors.
Local favorites and a must go-to food destination. Biggs Diner and Que Pasa lets you taste the flavors that adored Naga people and made these restaurants a local success.
Photo of lunch at Bob Marlin’s by Waltz SiyPhoto of Aling Cely’s Kinalasan by Waltz SiyPhoto of Naga Public Market by Waltz SiyPhoto of House of Pili products by Waltz SiyPhoto of Avenue Plaza Hotel by Waltz SiyPhoto of Avenue Plaza Hotel by Waltz SiyPhoto of Avenue Plaza Hotel by Waltz Siy