In Daraga, Albay is the famous Cagsawa Ruins, probably the most photographed location in Albay. On February 1, 1814, Mayon Volcano erupted and buried the town of Cagsawa in lava flows. About 1,200 people perished and many of them sought refuge in the town’s church, thinking they would be saved. Now all that remains is the church’s bell tower, the area around which is now developed into a popular tourist spot.
Anyway, on Google Maps, the bell tower is the “tree” with the longest shadow. Well, there are actually plants and shrubs growing on top of the tower (as can be seen from these ground-level photos) so it does look like a tree from up above. And yes, there’s a swimming resort to the east as well as souvenir shops to the southeast.