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Bosay Resort in Antipolo

Bosay Resort in Antipolo. For the typical Pinoy, the idea of a leisure trip nowadays is going to a quick weekend getaway where the worries of a hectic and stressful day-to-day city life can be momentarily forgotten.

Luckily, Antipolo is proud with its share of resorts that offer their own unique amenities and services. The many secrets and surprises waiting to be rediscovered beckon each visitor and tourist from nearby towns and the metro. Guests with discriminating taste are equally assured to find satisfaction.

One such resort set in sprawling 3 hectares mountainous terrain along Marigman Road in Barangay San Roque is Bosay. Bosay Resort is where the tropical idyll of the typical provincial life is emphasized and precious land space is maximized into a complete package of modern resort.

Bosay is a waray term meaning waterfalls. The owner says that Bosay is like a paean to his longing for the bosay of his childhood. Bosay previously was a simple farm that serves as his family’s vacation house during holidays and venue to clan reunions and happy get-together parties. The original pool with the waterfalls, slide and dolphin tiles was meant to provide his kids, now all grown-up and professional in their chosen careers, the fond happy memories of swimming in bosay back in his hometown.

Upon entering the resort, one will be amazed of the air quality that is genuine fresh mountain air. The mesmerizing sound of lawiswis kawayan, heaving trees and birdsongs lull the ears to the beauty and serenity of a tropical paradise.

There are 3 adult pools and 2 kiddie pools available for public use and 3 private pools for those guests who wants private enjoyment, the swimming attire requirements is less strict in this pools compare to our new and very own Disco Pool and Olympic Pool. These two new pools are the newest attraction of the resort. The idea of putting yourself into a party mode with banging sounds and lights of a disco in a pool where you can enjoy, the only one here in the country, simply at Bosay you can find.

Casa Dolores Resort

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Emmalyn Paradise Resort

Catanduanes has a very nice resort called Emmalyn Paradise Resort which boasts of luxurious and world class air-conditioned cottages, an orchidarium, and a spring-fed swimming pool. Its complete line of scuba diving equipment makes it stand out from the rest of the resorts. Luxuriate in the comforts of truly high-end accommodation facilities.

Club Balai Isabel

Club Balai Isabel amenities and facilities make it an excellent choice for holidays, corporate events, and special occasions in Batangas. Celebrate with us and enjoy the beautiful views and equally gorgeous grounds.

How to get to Club Balai Isabel, go to the bus terminal in Buendia Taft, across Atrium Hotel. Bus liners Tritran and Jam offers the trip going to Lipa,Tanauan, Batangas City.

Take the bus with the sign board Lipa, Tanauan, Batangas City. It will cost you around P70 to P80 pesos per person.

Get off at Tanauan town proper bus terminal. Once you get off, you will see the tricycles beside the bus terminal. Take the tricycle and ask the driver to bring you to the Talisay jeepney terminal beside McDonald Tanauan. It will cost you P8 per person.

When you have reached the jeepney terminal, take the ride with the signboard Talisay. It will cost you Php 20 per person. You will reach the town proper of Talisay, the jeep will stop near the church of Talisay.

Take the tricycle at the terminal near the church where you get off. Ask the driver to bring you to Cub Balai Isabel. It will cost you Php 8.00 per person, if you wish to take the trip alone and not wait for other passengers, be prepared to pay Php 24.00. The tricycle will bring you to Club Balai Isabel.

Punta Fuego

Punta Fuego Resort has infinity pool in Batangas, Philippines. This unique 88 hectare flamed shape peninsula remains to be the most preferred address for seaside living. With over 200 houses built, Punta Fuego is the site of some of the country’s award winning designs in resort houses.

The success of Peninsula de Punta Fuego paved the way for the highly acclaimed second phase: Terrazas De Punta Fuego. This 80 hectare premium seaside development fronting the best swimming beach in Nasugbu, follows the mold of its predecessor.

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