The remaining vast forest and natural landscape of Canlubang amaze the senses of the people who settle in this enchanting enclave. What makes the area not boring to the resident is the fact that Canlubang offers several attractions and entertainment hubs and not just work for busy professionals and students alike. In this barangay, you can find the San Jose Manggagawa Parish (or St. Joseph the Worker), which houses the Yulo Museum, the Republ1c Wakepark (a water sports park near Nuvali), the Mills Country Club, the Canlubang Golf & Country Club, the Rizal Shrine in Canlubang, the Matang Tubig Falls, and the Diocesan Shrine of Mary Help of Christians (home of the Salesians in Canlubang).
Moreover, Calamba City is the birthplace of the National Hero of the Philippines, Jose Rizal. Rizal’s ancestral house, which is now known as the Rizal Shrine (not to be confused with the one in Canlubang) is one of the city’s tourist drawers. The shrine can be found along Mercado Street corner Rizal Street in Calamba City’s Poblacion 5.