Top 3 Destination In Sta. Rosa, Laguna

By on July 26, 2017

Sta. Rosa, Laguna used to be rice fields and known for its industrial markets. Over the years, it has evolved with so much things and made itself the most progressive town outside Manila. 

With its fast progressiveness, Sta. Rosa, Laguna is now one of the favorite spots to visit down the South and offers many restaurants, call centers, hospitals and most of all shopping centers. 

If you are going down South for a visit, I highly recommend to bring a pocket or wallet full of funds since you will definitely end up shopping to death! 

Here are the best places to visit Sta. Rosa, Laguna:

1. Paseo De Sta Rosa

Paseo is the first establishment developed in Sta. Rosa. It is still one of the most visited place for shopping since majority of the top brand warehouses are located here and they are year round on #sale such as Marks & Spencer, Levis, Oakley, Nike (2 stores), American Eagle, Giordano, Bench, Beauty Bar, Debenhams, Aeropostale, Data Blitz and so much more. 

I like going into this place since I get the cheapest price for just shopping alone. I usually don’t get out of this empty handed. 

Some of the restaurants you can dine in are:

Kanin Club, Pancake House, Spaghetti House, Cafe Breton, Starbucks, Jollibee, to name a few. 

Apart from #shopping, you can enjoy their parks where you can spend time with your loved ones. 

There are ample parking space all over the place, so even on weekends, you are surely able to get a slot. 

Not to mention, the other area of Paseo De Sta. Rosa has section of perfumery where you can buy #perfumes at its cheapest price. By the way, all of them are all original perfumes! For those who love bags, this is the place to be! 

Before reaching, Paseo De Sta. Rosa, you’ll be passing by South Lake Village. 

During Christmas Season, roughly around November to January, they usually decorate their open field area to become a Christmas Village. 

#SouthLakeVillage is known to be an exclusive gated community with a man-made lake as one of their amenities. 

If you want to enjoy South Lake Village, go with it on Christmas months. You’ll surely love it. Don’t forget to bring your kids!

2. Solenad 1 & 2

Solenad 1 and 2 are both within the vicinity area of #Nuvali. Next to Paseo De Sta. Rosa, it has drastically evolved to a business hub where you can find top call center companies such as Convergys, KGB and many more. 

Solenad 1 has been the most frequently place to visit due to tons of restaurants to eat from. Name it, they all have it there. 

The top destination in Solenad is the fishing section wherein you’ll get to see tons, as in tons of koi fish in various colors and most of all you get the chance to feed them. 

If you want to take some boat ride and enjoy the full view of Nuvali area, you can take a speed boat ride, it will tour you to the entire Nuvali and run through the man-made lake. 

Solenad 2 is mostly shopping area, all local and international brands are there such as Aldo, Nike, Northface and etc. 

If you are riding the boat, this is one of the areas wherein you’ll chance upon on viewing straight from the speed boat area. 

This section is only half of the Nuvali area. 

Lastly, next destination to visit is the;

3. Nuvali

Nuvali was actually the last phase in the Sta Rosa’s progress, well, I think for now at least! 

Known being owned by the Ayalas. It has progressed tremendously having its own mall, tons of restaurants, cinemas and shopping places. 

Everything you want to see is already in Nuvali. You don’t need to go out of Sta. Rosa because EVERYTHING can be found in Nuvali. 

If you want to do your grocery thing, there’s S&R Membership Shopping, and Robinsons. 

They also have this plant section that sells different collectible plants and fruits section as well. 

If you are living nearby Sta. Rosa or within Sta. Rosa itself, you are blessed to have everything you need in these top 3 destinations. 

Sta. Rosa is another gateway to go to #tagaytay. If you are bored and wanted to relax some more Tagaytay is 45 mins away from Sta. Rosa. 

ATMs are all over the place so surely you’ll never run out of cash. 

If you are using credit or debit cards, majority of the shopping boutiques and restos do accept cards now. 
If you are down South, and if you love to #travel  don’t forget to drop by the area. You’ll surely have fun dining and shopping!

Happy shopping to all Shopaholics!



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