Bukid Amara has a natural alluring prowess. Taking pride in redefining farm recreation, the farm grows unusual yet gorgeous varieties of annual flowers both in hanging baskets and garden beds. From sunflowers to blue sage, to cosmos and colorful celosia blooms dotting the landscape, the garden is a paradise to behold.
With the mystical and captivating Mt. Banahaw as the backdrop, Bukid Amara has attracted a lot of nature lovers who just want to relax, chill, or take selfies. The mini-pond, I think, has also splashed charm to the place, making it a magnet of environmental enthusiasts. Not only that the farm promotes a sustainable way of farming, but Bukid Amara is also without a doubt, a place where romantically in love and even broken-hearted people go. This place is a great escape for someone who wants to get away from life’s bustles or forget about having a bad hair day.
Bukid Amara Cafe
Bukid Amara Cafe serves Filipino food like Binalot and refreshments to shake off the heat.
Set in the heart of Lucban, Quezon, the atmosphere of this flower meadow and greenery is a few degrees off (almost like a “bed” weather) even when the sun is up.
How To Get There
From Metro Manila (from LRT Taft-Buendia or Pasay or Cubao) take a bus to Lucban. Get off at Lucban public market and take a tricycle from there to the farm.
An alternate way is by bus going to Lucena Grand terminal. From the terminal, take a jeepney going to Sta.Cruz, Laguna via Lucban-Luisiana Rd. and get off at Bukid Amara. You can also take the jeepney going to Lucban from the grand terminal and hop off at the PTT gas station, then take a tricycle to Bukid Amara.
Fees and Operating Hours
The entrance fee for adults is 100Php. They give 20% off for kids, PWD, and senior citizens. They are open for a day tour from 7 AM – 6 PM.
For inquiries and reservations, they can be reached on 0998 731 2339 / 0939 910 8892 and through their Facebook page.