3. Ambon-Ambon Falls
A few more trekking footsteps from the majestic Malagaslas is Ambon-Ambon falls.
Tourists are welcomed with a light water spray because Ambon-Ambon has two water drop-offs, the first coming from a towering boulder that showers clear waters from higher ground while the second is creating a gentle mist that greets the tourists upon their arrival. Ambon-Ambon also highlights a spectacular view as the tunnel-like river path leading to the falls, enveloped by the trees above and the river cutting into a very large rock is nothing short of magnificent.
Like Malagaslas, Ambon-Ambon Falls is also blessed with crystal clear water which makes for a pleasurable swimming experience though the waters might get muddy, especially during the rainy season due to flooding.
3. Antona Chapel
Antona Chapel is located in Barangay San Gabriel and is only 15 minutes away from the Laurel Municipal Hall.
This cave-turned-chapel is brimming with tourists especially during the Holy Week as thousands of pilgrims visit the sacred place as part of their devotion.