Bukid Amara will take your dining experience to another level!
Why go to fancy restaurants when you can eat a sumptuous meal at the foot slope of Mt. Banahaw while being surrounded by alluring hues of ornamental flowers? Come and satisfy your cravings with Bukid Amara – a new found paradise.
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Who says you can’t eat with bare hands?
Kamayan is a Tagalog word that translates to “by hand” which is a Filipino tradition of eating communally without plates and utensils. It is usually done during special occasions like fiestas and holidays. But in Bukid Amara, you celebrate any occasion with your friends and family while enjoying the breathtaking view of the bloomfields.