“Get wet, it’s fun”

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  • Perla E.
  • 8 years ago

ABUCAY, Bataan- For a minimal fee, one can enjoy and be close to nature at the Sibul Nature Resort in this town that has an Olympic-size swimming pool and three kiddie poolssupplied with spring water.

“Get wet, it’s fun,” says the welcome streamer. Adjacent to the swimming pools are forested areas filled with vegetation. Lifeguards stay on watch with inflatable tires ready. The source of the spring water is roofed and well-protected.

Not only adults but children as well will enjoy visiting the resort. What with different life-size anime characters like Iron Man, Hulk, Spider Man and even elephant, tiger, giant frog, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs present in the well-paved area.

Ato Dulay, resort administrator, said there are two duplex-type buildings of two rooms each.

“We admit visitors overnight just for P2,000 a room that can accommodate six to 10 visitors.” He added that they also have a pavilion that can be rented for parties and seminars just for P3,000. Entrance fee is P60 for adults, P50 for Senior Citizens and children (4 feet and below). They expect around 2,000 visitors daily during the Holy Week especially on Holy Thursdays and Good Fridays.

“Maganda, malaki ipinagbago,” said Tess Levera who together with volleyball players from different towns in Bataan enjoyed eating bagoong and green mangoes in one of the native fruit-named picnic huts. “Madalas kaming magpunta rito dahil maganda at relaks kami rito,” said Guardian Brotherhood Association officer Abel Tumacdel. He was with other members who brought their families in the resort.

With a well-designed concrete stairs above picnic huts is the monument of Maria Canon, erected for the repose of the many WW II dead souls in the fields of Gabon, Abucay. It was built by Mie-kin Daichi Shichmucho of the Japanese Sohtahsih sect in September 1970.

The resort is owned and managed by the Abucay Municipal Government under Mayor Ana


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