‘Waterfall Restaurant’ in the Philippines Will Literally Make You Wet
A restaurant in the Philippines that sits beside a waterfall is a must-see on your travel bucket list — except under terrible weather, of course.
Check out Labasin Waterfalls Restaurant, located at Villa Escudero Plantations and Resort in Quezon Province, east of Manila.
As seen in photos, the restaurant offers guests the unique experience of enjoying traditional Filipino food while soaking their feet in water.
Apparently, visitors who want to take breaks from the restaurant’s buffet course can bask in the water as they please.
“It’s literally refreshing to eat at a restaurant like this,” said Joy Legaspi, a tourist from Manila. “It’s not everyday when city folks like me can eat next to a waterfall.”
It’s all fun until the weather turns bad, in which case the staff would ask guests to be transferred for their safety.
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