In Nasugbu, Batangas, three hours away from Manila via Tagaytay, is the exclusive Peninsula de Punta Fuego residential resorts. The 88-hectare site, mostly sitting on top of a rocky landform jutting out into the South China Sea, features a 9-hole golf course; a club house with its two-decked infinity pool, spas, casitas, and sports rooms; various white-sand beaches (the sand was imported—it doesn’t occur naturally in the region); and a marina where one can go yachting and engage in watersports. Visit their official website.
The resort is essentially a residential subdivision and many wealthy members of Philippine society have vacation homes built here. (Membership fees reportedly reach into the millions of pesos.) You cannot also go there unless you’re sponsored by a member.
It would’ve been nice if Punta Fuego were in hi-resolution in Google Local. It might be fun doing some investigative journalism and pointing out which politicians have which homes in Punta Fuego. =)