Heading to Leyte soon?
Be sure to make a stop at 16,000 Blossoms, a flower garden made out of 16,000 white and red LED-powered roses located at Lintaon Peak in Baybay City.
The flowers are majestic, set against the Leyte Cordillera and Camotes Sea during the day, and just as enchanting when the bed of roses are lit up during the night.
The total number of roses represent the charter day of Baybay, Leyte, which falls on the 16th of June, while the red ones make a heart shape and spell out the name of the town.
Entrance is free for now as most of the facilities are still underway, but you can go any time of the day as it's open 24/7!
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This story originally appeared on CANDYMAG.COM.
* Minor edits have been made by the PEP.ph editors.