If you’re looking for a place with relaxing ambience combined with breathtaking and exciting outdoor activities, check out Batis Aramin Resort located at Lucban, Quezon. This paradise is enveloped with picturesque landscape, making it a perfect place to unwind and a perfect getaway from your stressful everyday life.
Batis Aramin is also a perfect venue for teambuildings, workshops, seminars, etc. As a matter of fact, we held our teambuilding last November 26-27 here. On our first day, we had visioning activities at Hilltop. The place is not that big, but the overall ambience and technical logistics is okay for seminars.
Batis Aramin is huge and there are lots of cottages where you can stay overnight. We stayed at Anahaw 113, and based on feedbacks and comments from our other colleagues [who stayed on different cottages], our room is probably one of the best on the resort.
The room has three queen-size beds and one double-deck. The bathroom is separated from the comfort room, so it’s really a good accommodation for teambuilders. The bathroom also has a heater, which is a good thing for people like me who takes 30-45 minutes in the bathroom ^^.
That night, we had our dinner and videoke challenge at Grand Hall 3. It’s somehow far from our cottage, so you can ride the “jeepney” [I don’t know the right term. Sorry. But it looks like this. ^^]. But if you want to enjoy the place, you can pass through the Lambingan Bridge. It’s like a shortcut from Hilltop to the Front Desk, which is located near the gym and the Grand Hall.
We had our teambuilding proper on our second day. Batis Aramin also provide fun and exciting activities such as zipline and wall climbing. But due to weather conditions, we were not able to push through with these activities. [But I did try the zipline during our one-hour free time after the teambuilding proper^^]
I would also like to commend the service at Batis Aramin. The staffs are friendly and very accommodating. Our teambuilding facilitators are also great. They are fun and they are really patient (?) in handling different types of people [e.g. different personalities, different cultures, and different nationalities. Yep, I work for an international company, so there are lots of foreigners ^^] I think the teambuilding facilitators are outsourced, but I would still like to commend them for doing a great job.
So, to sum it all up, I really enjoyed my stay at Batis Aramin, and I recommend it to everyone who is looking for a place to relax and wants to have fun.
The food is also great, by the way.
Additional photos from Shiela: