“Cocopalm City of the South”

Lucena City is the capital of Quezon Province. Though comprising only one percent of the province’s big total area, Lucena is a bustling urbanized city that is wedged between the majestic and mystic Mt.Banahaw in the northwest and the placid waters of Tayabas Bay in the south. The City is a vibrant community with a mixed culture as a large number of migrants comes and goes either to permanently settle or do business.

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From Manila, Lucena City lies approximately 137 kilometers southeast and can be reached by an approximately two to three-hour land trip via the Maharlika Highway.
Lucena also has a major domestic passenger seaport which serves as the gateway to Southern Tagalog with passengers coming from the island-provinces of Marinduque, Masbate, Palawan, and Romblon and Bicol Region.

By Bus

Head over to any of the following Bus Terminals where you can find buses with regular trips to Lucena in Alabang Terminal you can take a JAC Liner, JAM Liner and N.Dela Rosa bus going to Lucena. Also from EDSA Kamuning/Kamias you can take JAC Liner. Lucena Lines and Grand Star to Lucena and from EDSA-Pasay you can take DLTB Bus and Philtranco to Lucena.

By Private Car
Head on towards SLEX and take the Batangas exit. Turn left at the junction in Sto. Tomas,Batangas then you can pass by San Pablo,Laguna on your way to Quezon Province. From there,you’ll be passing on towns of Tiaong,Candelaria and then Sariaya,you will see another junction where you have to turn right ( because driving straight ahead will lead you to Tayabas )going to Lucena City.



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  • St. Ferdinand Cathedral and Perez Park
  • Provincial Capitol Building and the City hall (Main and Annex Building)
  • Pacific Mal
  • Ouan’s Farm Resort
  • Butterflies Garden


  • Lambanog
  • Pancit Habhab
  • Sukang Tuba



  • Try the famous “Sukang Tuba”
  • Try the City’s native products like the tinapa ( smoked fish) and chami ( a locally manufactured noodle).
  • Pick the freshest seafood at Lucena's Fish Port.



  • Pasayahan Festival- Pasayahan means “to make happy,” and this festival indeed lives up to its name as it has street dancing and festive parades as its highlights. All participants are dressed in outlandish garbs of various shades and colors as they enthusiastically bang to the beat of rhythmic percussions. The best dance group and the most beautiful float are recognized in the form of a competition.
  • Chami Festival- Chami is a famous noodle of Lucena City and Quezon Province. It's a sweet and spicy thick noodles. With the innovative Chami Cooking Contest, a lot of discoveries were presented. Chami can be cooked in different variations and presentations.



May- Summertime is Lucena’s best time with the Pasayahan sa Lucena as the City’s main showcase.

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