Peninsula de Punta Fuego is an 88-hectare flame-shaped peninsula in Nasugbu, Batangas. It is now a world-class residential beach resort and entrance and use of its amenities are exclusive to its members.
Our first stop was at Il Jardineto. It is a garden restaurant located in their Lower Beach.
While waiting for our order of fresh buko (young coconut) shake, I wandered around and took in these great views of the pool.
I also checked their beachfront.
And was lucky to chance on this solitary blue bird.
After walking around, we cooled off by having our drinks. I found my buko shake too sweet. I also could not tell if there’s buko meat on it.
Afterwards, we headed to perhaps Punta Fuego’s most popular feature: the stunning Infinity pool. But to get there, first we have to descend from these flight of stairs.
It was a little tiring but these amazing views are so worth the effort.
Before heading back up, I took this shot of the building and gardens as viewed from the Infinity pool.
This photo was taken from the top of the stairs.
While this is from the lobby.
Isn’t the place breathtaking?
Its really breathtaking!! Beautiful photography.
Thank you for the compliment. Am still a novice at this and your photos are such an inspiration.
Thank you so much. I too am a novice like you. I am glad to know that my photos inspires you.
gorgeous photos…you are fortunate to have visited!
Indeed. Thank you.
such beautiful scenery! sounds like a great trip 🙂
It was. 🙂 Thanks for dropping by.
Another wonderful post!
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