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Catching a glimpse of the new natural sensation is certainly trending. With more than 7,100 islands, it is not a surprise to discover another hidden attraction in the Philippines which are equally wonderful to some of the famous attractions. Also, being considered as a social...More
I am travelling in the Philippines for about a month. I have seen a number of waterfalls but this did not WOW me. It's a nice long drive from Alona Beach. It's located in a tiny almost rainforest. A guide took us down to see...More
Mag Aso Falls is a beautiful natural park setting. Access fee to the park is minimal. Shelter houses available at a reasonable fee. Two cabins are available for overbite stay. There is a fresh water swimming pool fed by the river so no chlorine or...More
Mag-aso falls is a very beautiful and enchanted place. Going there is a long ride from Bacolod City via Bus then a tricycle ride. It's better to go there by group because you can save on the tricycle fare which is a bit pricey if...More
I get to see this falls before it was discovered by public and developed by the government. Every visit it amaze us, this blue water heaven never change. Even now, lots of tourist came here to swim. It is still beautiful as ever. Entrance fee...More
Far far away from the city, but its worth it. Mountain views during your trip, and torquoise blue waters. Just be very careful tho, the rocks are slippery especially those who are covered with white thingie. Heheh
Crystal clear and cold water perfect for the summer season. Breathtaking view.
Unfortunately one local have no respect and disgusting.. the lady on the pic wearing brown sleveless actually gargle the water from the falls and spit it. Sad.. we didnt attempt to take another...More
It was not a planned excursion but out of curiousity we went. From Murcia to Kabankalan, it took us 2 1/2 hours of travel time. Don't worry of the long travel time because the highways of Bacolod are very ok. Entrance fee is P25. But...More