An Instagram-Worthy Themed Resort in Naic Cavite ~ Torres Farm and Resort

After many postponed plans, my family and I finally had the chance to embrace and enjoy summer! My sister is now 3-month pregnant so we had to find a place that is near and easily accessible. We had to find a resort within Cavite and at the same time, it should be somewhere we have never been yet. If you are looking for an affordable resort in Cavite, you might want to check my list here.

Anyway, after searching the web and looking for so many recommendations from our friends, we all settled down with this newly opened resort in Naic, Cavite. Torres Farm and Resort is located in Barangay Sabang, Naic and is probably one of the most Instagram-Worthy resorts in Cavite today and yet the rates are surprisingly affordable! The resort is starting to make a huge name not just in Cavite but also in nearby provinces too. It has been featured in various Tv shows and many celebrities have been here too.

The 14 hectare land in Brgy Sabang was initially a mango farm until year 2016 when the owner decided to put a family-owned private resort (the resort currently occupies a hectare of it). Two months after establishing the resort and after getting wonderful feedbacks on social media, they decided to open it to public. The resort is owned by Mr Eric and Anna Baylosis. Anna was once featured in Eat Bulaga’s You’re My Foreignay and their interesting love story was once featured in Wagas.

Torres Farm and Resort is not your typical summer destination. It is a themed resort that will tour you around the world. Just in case you have been to Adventure Resort of Norzagaray, Bulacan (Check : Adventure Resort – The Next Big Attraction in Bulacan), Torres Farm and Resort features the same concept but in a larger scale. The resort will take you from one country to another in just few steps. They feature some of the world’s most notable attractions including the Eiffel Tower of Paris, the Santorini of Greece and the Leaning Tower of Italy to name a few and they are still developing more!
It was a sudden plan for all of us. We didn’t make any reservation ahead and we actually have no idea where to find the resort either. All we know is that the resort is located in Naic but we were all clueless where exactly the venue is. Luckily, there are buses in Cavite City that are bound directly to Naic. The driver drop us off near the Naic Cross Road and from there, you’ll find a tricycle terminal. Interestingly, these tricycles can take you directly to Torres Farm and Resort.

After arriving in Torres Farm, we were greeted by their friendly lady guard. We were asked if we’ve already made reservations which we didn’t. We were informed that the resort is already fully booked and they can no longer accommodate any visitors. I was really disappointed not to the resort but to myself as I should have made the reservation a day before to secure our slots. Their friendly staffs, however, encouraged us to wait for a little longer as they were trying to contact those who made early reservations.

If someone cancelled, then we get a slot but if not, we have no choice but to find a nearby resort that can accommodate our group (we were thinking of Hardin ng Postema as our last option). Luckily, someone cancelled a reservation and we were all prompted to their so-called “Rome Villa”. The entrance fee for a Day pass by the way is Php180 for adult and Php120 for kids below 4 feet.
Currently, Torres Farm and Resort has three pools. Two of them are for public use while the other one is  for private. They are also complete with all the amenities and facilities you need including a reception hall, a basketball court, recreation areas, function rooms and more. They got hotel rooms and even a Presidential suite for those who are willing to stay for more than a day.
IMG_6227tThe highlight of the resort is not the pool but their picture-worthy attractions. The resort managed to replicate some of the world’s famous attractions and they managed to capture the atmosphere too.

The Attractions

Without any further ado, allow me to give you a quick tour to some of their amazing and absolutely Instagram worthy attractions. This resort will not just encourage you to bring your swimwear but also the best of your summer outfit and camera. There’s definitely a long photo shoot session here and a lot of areas to explore and with just the right angle and a killer pose, you will surely end up with great Instagram worthy shots!

• Rome Villa

The resort has two public pools. One is set in Italy and another one in Rome. The Rome Villa will highlight their Pantheon inspired building adorned with iconic white pillars. The white rattan furniture compliments well with the theme and is absolutely an awesome spot for taking pictures.

• Eiffel Tower of Paris

IMG_6284tJust few steps away from the Rome Villa, you’ll encounter the small replica of the Eiffel Tower. It may not be as big as what I have seen in Adventure Resort of Bulacan but still an amazing spot.
IMG_6276ttThe resort can be an ideal venue for Prenups too!
The tower is also matched with benches and some gaslight-inspired lamppost which are very common in Paris.

• Singapore

IMG_6390tThe Singapore area is where you can find their function hall and of course, it is not going to be Singapore without the iconic Merlion statue.

• Italy Villa

IMG_6384ttItaly Villa is where the bigger public pool is located. It has kiddie slide too and some Italiani inspired gazeebo and furniture. One of the most interesting highlight of this area, however, is the replica of the Leaning Tower of Pisa which is currently under development. You’ll also appreciate the walls covered in bamboos.

• Torres Farm and Resort Castle

IMG_6323tYou’ll also spot a Disneyland-inspired castle in the resort. Although still not fully developed, it remains one of the eye-catching attractions you can find.

• Japan Villa

The Japan Villa is their private venue which can be an ideal place for company outing and more. It is seemingly the most romantic attraction out there filled with Japan-inspired house, trees, bridges, ponds and arches.
Keep in mind that this is a private area so if the place is occupied, then the access here is very limited.

• Santorini

My favorite part of the resort is their Santorini. It may not be as grand as the Thunderbird Resort in La Union but they still managed to give justice to this replica.
The resort also serve as their reception hall.
The upper deck is also accessible

• Pyramid of Egypt

Located at the back of Santorini is another attraction. The Pyramid of Egypt. Another picture worthy spot indeed!


IMG_6393tJust across the Eiffel Tower is the “I ♥ Torres Farm” Standee along with a small replica of Mayon Volcano

More Photos


The Japan Villa as viewed from Singapore Area
The hotel area and the Cafeteria and the Office on the far left
A fountain near the Rome Villa
Playground area
Kayaking is also an activity you can do in Torres Farm. You can rent the Kayaks for 30 to 1 hour

Things You Should Know About Torres Farm and Resort

•Torres Farm and Resort is Located in Barangay Sabang, Naic, Cavite
•Operating Hours (April to May) Shifting Hours 8am to 3pm / 4pm to 11pm
Entrance fee for adult Php180 / kids Php120 (4ft below)
•Table Rates : 300 to 400 (4 to 8 seater)
•Umbrella: 300 to 500 (4 to 8 seater)
•Gazeebo: 600 to 1800 (10 to 30 pax)
•Corkage Fee: 400
•Prices above may change without prior notice.
•The Presidential suit rate is Php16,500 (Weekday)/ Php19,800(Weekend)- Good for 15 pax with free breakfast
Japan Villa rate : Php13,000 (Weekday) / Php15,000 Weekend
•Kayak (good for 2) Php100/30mins – Php200/hr
•IMPORTANT : It is advised to make reservation ahead. Call them at 09778411643

*For more details and inquiry, Feel free to check their Facebook Page (Torres Farm and Resort)

How to Get to Torres Farm and Resort

•Public Transport
►From Manila – Ride any bus (transit bus/ mini bus) bound to Naic, Ternate or Maragondon. Ask the Driver to Drop you off at Naic Cross Road. From there, ride a tricycle (php20/head) and ask the driver to take you to Torres Farm and Resort
►From Cavite – Ride a bus bound to Naic and follow the instruction above

Future Attractions

•A Thailand Theme Area
•A Statue of Liberty
•A Philippine themed pool with Waterfalls

Nearby Side Trips

You can also visit nearby towns of Naic such as Maragondon and Ternate if you are aiming for some nature trip (Check this Hidden Gems in Maragondon). You might also want to Explore Trece Martires and some of its popular attractions, famous landmarks and notable go-to restaurants.

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31 thoughts on “An Instagram-Worthy Themed Resort in Naic Cavite ~ Torres Farm and Resort

  • May 7, 2018 at 12:57 am

    wow!! interesting sharing 🙂 Love all your captures from you in this posting, so lovely beautiful, wish to visit this place one day to viewing & enjoying the scenery myself. Added your post to my to visit list 😀 Can’t wait for my next travelling. cheers, siennylovesdrawing

  • May 10, 2018 at 12:28 pm

    What a fun resort! I love all the replications of international attractions! have they always been there? Or is this a new phenomenon in the age of Instagram? Either way, they sure make for some cool posts now!

  • May 10, 2018 at 2:05 pm

    Wow, I think this was the Resort I’ve seen in one of the TV shows previously. Truly, the Torres Farm and Resort is one of a kind, and they would definitely continue to attract more travelers to come here because of their well constructed world’s famous attractions. In reality, most of us can’t afford to travel abroad and get to see the famous attractions, and through this Resort, perhaps we will experience a glimpsed of each country. Oh, by the way, congratulations to your sister since she is pregnant. I’m sure that you guys have truly enjoyed since this is a family trip. I will definitely check this Resort If i get the chance to travel to Manila soon.

  • May 14, 2018 at 5:03 am

    Do they have any rooms that are good for say..4 to 6 persons lang? Parang gusto ko dalhin yung buong family ko here, but I want to stay as overnight if mag swim kami. 🙂 I really love that Santorini inspired building… alam mo yung ganyan na hotel sa tagaytay is too expensive, and the ones in batangas as well.. Kaya kahit I want to go there, hindi ko magawa baka sakali na pag dito ako pumunta with the kids magawa ko yung IG inspo ko and at the same time enjoy sa pool hahahaha! Never thought that there’s a nice resort like this one near our place.. Sama mo naman ako sa susunod na gala mo hahaha

  • May 14, 2018 at 9:48 am

    Thanks for sharing about this resort. This is a really interesting find, especially that their day trip rate is affordable. I’ll take note of this resort so my family can visit it also in the future. It’s not far from our place, too.

  • May 16, 2018 at 7:47 am

    This place is OUT OF THIS WORLD! Who knew there would be a resort that would have a lot of replicas of tourist spots? The Eiffel Tower one’s my favorite! I hope this resort will get more people! 🙂

  • May 18, 2018 at 4:53 pm

    I totally agree that this place is Instagram worthy. It is like the windows of the world in China. Would love to visit this resort soon. I bet my friends will have a great time.

  • May 18, 2018 at 8:08 pm

    Nice resort! One question though, why is it called Torres Farm? Is it also a farm? This would be a nice venue for family outing. Thanks for sharing!

  • May 19, 2018 at 3:08 am

    I can’t believe something like this exists. This is so damn interesting. Some great views from so many places of the world. I loved it. Will definitely visit this place one day…

  • May 20, 2018 at 9:54 am

    W O W! Never knew that a resort like this would find a home in Cavite! There are so many Instagrammable spots in the resort and if I were there, I cannot stop myself capturing photos! Ugh, the vacation bug is already here and I couldn’t stop picturing myself having a good break!

  • May 20, 2018 at 2:54 pm

    I wasn’t aware that this existed in Cavite! I love the Eiffel Tower! Did they also serve meals in the resort? It’s like you traveled around the world just by visiting here. Was it crowded when you went there? Thanks for the awesome heads up!

  • May 21, 2018 at 6:39 am

    Wow!! A lovely place to visit & have a stay definitely 🙂 I wanna be there to enjoy the place as well as snapping lots of beautiful photos too 😀 Really love your photos shared here, and enjoyed reading your sharing. Am saving your post to my to-visit collection as my future trips reference
    cheers, siennylovesdrawing

  • May 21, 2018 at 9:27 am

    I love how this resort is travel themed and how you can “move around” from Rome to Santorini, to Paris, just by walking. 🙂 The resort it is indeed very instagramable and you have made it justice with your photos. It looks like a proper place to spend the day if you want to relax and enjoy really modern and nice designs around you.

  • May 21, 2018 at 3:08 pm

    I must agree, this resort is truly Instagram-worthy, and I imagine people flocking here just to take selfies with the different attractions! If I do not live in Bulacan, I’d probably go there with the family tomorrow to escape from this excruciating summer heat and take as much photos as we can muster! 😀

    I sure hope we can visit this place one day soon.

    • May 22, 2018 at 10:41 am

      Hi, there’s one in Bulacan that shares the same concept… it’s the Adventure Resort in Norzagaray

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  • September 30, 2021 at 7:24 pm

    This resort just seems to have a little bit of everything! I think my favorite area would be the Rome, Italy, area since I enjoy being by the pool and the Roman architecture. I think my boys would really like the pyramid, but they would just want to climb it!

  • September 30, 2021 at 9:15 pm

    What a cute resort and fun adventure. I think my family would quite enjoy it.

  • September 30, 2021 at 10:33 pm

    That place looks absolutely amazing! Next time I visit the Philippines I am definitely going there. So much to see and do there. Fun!

  • October 1, 2021 at 4:43 am

    What an innovative way to design a resort. I can see that this can be done for almost every country, especially countries with ethnic variety like India!

  • October 1, 2021 at 6:59 am

    Such a great place to visit with my family. The statues and luxury chairs are so enticing!

  • October 1, 2021 at 11:31 am

    I saw this featured in GMAs, Unang Hirit (I guess). I like the Singapore and Santorini part of the farm.

  • October 1, 2021 at 12:13 pm

    Indeed these are instagrammable spots to take photoshoots with. I love visiting places like this since I can’t go to the real place.

  • October 1, 2021 at 6:03 pm

    That’s a whole lot of culture to explore. I think that’s actually awesome. 🙂

  • October 1, 2021 at 6:35 pm

    Nnniiiccceeeee…I am so glad you saw the picture of the Egyptian pyramid there. I so badly want to see a pyramid for myself.

  • October 1, 2021 at 8:28 pm

    What an amazing resort – brings the world right to your doorstep. Great pictures and a wonderful inspiration for an upcoming trip 🙂

  • October 2, 2021 at 6:33 am

    Thank you for sharing information about this resort. Great shots! and the replicas looks really great!

  • October 2, 2021 at 12:32 pm

    The place looks really nice. I agree with you that it’s IG worthy. Happy to know too that it’s accessible via public transportation since we don’t really have a car whenever we go to Manila. Anyway, we would love to visit soon. Any idea on the target dates of their future attractions?


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