Indang, Cavite, Philippines | Photo by Jay Ermitaño

The predominantly agricultural town of Indang is most well-known among tourists for Balay Indang, a four-hectare garden resort ideal for spiritual retreats and relaxing weekend getaways. Another sprawling resort in town is Alta Rios, which is more suited for camping and team-building activities. With vast coconut plantations carpeting the town, it’s no surprise that Indang’s most prominent delicacy is the kalamay, a chewy and sticky dessert made of grated coconut meat and coconut milk mixed with sugar and glutinous rice.

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