Laguna’s Beautiful Treasure: Kilangin Falls

Laguna’s Beautiful Treasure, Kilangin Falls is a hidden gem that the residents of Laguna are proud of located in a remote area. All of the excited souls freeze and remain still in the spring’s sparkling pure water. This body of water is a waterfall as well as a naturally occurring cold spring. The locals gave this location
numerous names.

This location was known as “Bukal Falls” by the inhabitants of Majayjay, and
“Kilangin Falls” by the inhabitants of Liliw, who lived on the opposite side. Majayjay Town and
Liliw are both located in the province of Laguna.

Despite being tiresome and not always being an easy road, the endeavor to learn a million and one
new things is always gratifying. It takes an hour to walk to the falls in the shade of enormous
greenery.

Laguna’s Beautiful Treasure: Kilangin Falls

The trail is increasingly becoming more difficult as the sound of the water steadily gets louder.
But don’t worry, there are handles placed strategically throughout the trail to prevent sliding.

This elusive waterfall is wonderful. Everything is visible from above due to its crystal clear nature,
yet no one is allowed to touch the rock bottom.

Pictures aren’t enough to give justice to this nature’s treasure, watch this vlog by Leonard Calma on his Kilangin Falls experience.

Kilangin falls in Liliw Laguna | aka Bukal Falls in Majayjay with natural fish spa + Sunflower Farm – YouTube

How to get there:

Take a bus headed for Lucena and get out at SM San Pablo if you’re traveling from Manila. From
there, take a jeep (minimum fee) to get to San Pablo’s main city, which is far less expensive than
taking a tricycle.
The departure point for the jeep that travels to Liliw is close to the San Pablo Cathedral. Arrive and
drop off at St. John the Baptist Parish Church or Liliw Church.

To get to Kilangin Falls from there, take a tricycle for 40–50 pesos per person, depending on how
many passengers the tricycle can carry.
When you reach the jump-off location, you must pay 350 pesos for the guide and 10 pesos for each
the person for the entrance fee.
It takes 45 to 1 hour to complete the walk.
Things to bring:
Extra clothing, trail food, water, a dry bag, a towel, a trash bag, a slipper, and your camera are all
recommended.

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