Tigbaw Falls is located in Biliran, Biliran, Philippines. Tigbaw Falls is steadily becoming a popular tourist destination in Biliran. With a height of between 30 and 40 feet, this natural wonder is considered a potential source of hydroelectric power in the province. It can be reached after around 15 minutes of hiking from Sitio Tigbao. Source: Globalpinoy.com
Tikling Island is located in Matnog, Sorsogon, Philippines. A jewel of an island with white sandy beach located in Matnog. The eastern side of the island fronts the San Bernardino Strait which washed to the island shore different kinds of seashells, a delight to beachcombers looking for seashells. Source:Regional Development Council V
Tikub lake is located at Tiaong, Quezon, Philippines. About 75 kilometers in diameter and 75 meters deep, the lake lies in the crater of an extinct volcano and is surrounded by thick foliage. This lagoon is a hub for nature trippers for its offers unique ambiance due to its spot-like shaped body of water surrounded by slopes. Grandslam winner of Gawad Pangulo sa Kalikasan as Best Inland Body of Water (Lake category). Source:Tourism.qzn.ph
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Tilandong Falls is located in San Miguel, Bulacan, Philippines. A natural fall which is now tapped as a source of electric power as well as for irrigation purposes. Source:Wowphilippines.com.ph
Timmangtang Rock is located along the coast of Barangay Balaoi, Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte, Philippines. During summer and when the tide is low, one can leisurely hike from the shoreline to Timmangtang Rock and once there, relax and enjoy the feel of the cool sea breeze while feasting one's eyes on the calm, blue water and the distant horizon. The more adventurous visitors can indulge in carefree mountain climbing, engage in banca sailing, and explore an awe-inspiring cave beneath the blue waters. Source:Saudbeachresort.com
Tinago Falls is one of the famous tourist attractions of Iligan City. "Tinago" means hidden, which denotes the location of the falls being hidden far from the city proper. Reaching the falls includes trekking down a winding staircase believed to have around 500 descending steps. The long trek, on the other hand, is rewarded with a sight of a 240-foot waterfall descending into a blue-colored lagoon. Swimming in the water is allowed but there are also man-made swimming pools for children. Behind the falling water is a cave where people can enter and hear the sound of falling water. How to get to Tinago Falls Ride a jeepney to the Buru-un area where there are stalls that sell fish. From there, ride a habal-habal (motorcycle used for public transport) and inform the driver that you are going to Tinago Falls. The driver will take you to the Iligan Tinago Mountain Resort. Entrance to the resort is ten pesos and from there you will begin trekking to Tinago Falls. You may ask the driver to wait until you come back from the falls. Habal-habal fares are negotiable. Source:WikipediaIligan Website
In the Hiligaynon language, Tinagong Dagat means hidden sea. The deep lake is hidden in the mountain of Lambunao, bounded by a crater-like rim with a break on the eastern side and a cliff caleed Apog-apog with a perennial waterfall on the western side. Tinagong Dagat has been reputed to have salty waters but actually has freshwater teeming with freshwater fishes including daroy, haloan, tilapia, and pantat. Tinagong Dagat is situated in the southwest of Lambunao, an interior town in the West-Central border of Iloilo province. Igpulakan, the highest peak in Lambunao, is a barrier to access Tinagong Dagat from the nearest Jayubo and Bagumbong barangays. Much of the barrier to Tinagong Dagat is the very trail to Tinagong Dagat itself. While some locals could cover it in 6 hours, outsiders could spend almost two days to reach Tinagong Dagat from the jump-off points. Read more about Tinagong Dagat.
Tinalunan is located in Isla Verde, Batangas City, Batangas, Philippines. The spot where wind-tossed waves surge and slam against the rocky cliff supporting a long plateau. From atop the plateu, one can catch a breathtaking view of the seascape especially when the weather is calm. Source:Philtravelcenter.comFlyphilippines.net
Tinandog Heights is located at Brgy. Tinandog, Atimonan, Quezon, Philippines. Another exciting place for mountain climbers to explore. Source:Atimonan.gov.ph
Tinapayan is Iloilo's respected bakehouse. Before more popular brands such as Goldilocks and Red Ribbon came to the city with their array of cakes, Tinapayan has already sweetly carved its way to the Ilonggo household. Come Christmastime and you will see a long line of people waiting to have their share of Tinapayan's cakes and pastries. As with other Ilonggo food establishments Tinapayan gives you more than your money's worth, a bite of one of their pastries will clearly explain why this is so.