MOMazing and MOMentous Mothers’ Day Awaits You at Timberland Sports and Nature Club

Being a mother changed me.


It changed my views on how much mothers can give up and extend to greater lengths just to ensure the welfare of their children. Motherhood, I think developed my personality to come full circle.


I didn’t realize how pure and true a mother’s love can be, until I became one. My heart just overflows with love and care for my little one, and I am sure your mother is as well.

I know, because mine is too.


If she were alive I could think a bunch of things to experience with her. Maybe we can go to a spa together, watch the sunset in a beach or say “aloha” to a Mothers’ Day fancy luau dinner at Timberland Sports and Nature Club.


Later today, May 12 at 5PM-9PM, experience a refreshing Hawaiian party complete with grass skirts, floral ensembles, playful leis, tropical coolers and a live entertainment to serenade you and your family under the summer night sky!

To let you know what to expect, I had a great time last week as I shared an intimate dinner with some bloggers, friends and family.


We tasted Chef Joel Cunanan’s festive dishes: the fried tinapa rice, kare-kare, braised pork knuckles, sinigang salmon belly, tinomok, baked salmon and sisig nachos – which are all undeniably delicious and worth ordering next time.




I also had a chat with Chef Joel and Ms. Ces Roces, the Restaurant Manager. They said that The Garden (the area where we had our dinner, just a few steps away from the pool) is a popular choice for wedding receptions. I can imagine how the view on this side can make any event feel surreal and romantic.


I am sure later’s event is going to be MOMazing and MOMentous for all mommies and guests!



Php 888 for adults

Php 588 for kids

For reservations

Landline: 793 5729 local 5751



How to get to Timberland Sports and Nature Club

Timberland Sports and Nature Club is located at 114 Gen. Luna St. Guitnang Bayan I, San Mateo, Rizal. We were from Quezon City, and it took us an hour and fifteen minutes via Batasan Road. We passed by Marikina going to San Mateo. There is only a light flow of traffic on weekends. The place is wazeable too, so it should be of big help in navigating your way. Enjoy!

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