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Bohol Tropics provides complete recreation and entertainment facilities that overlook the beautifully landscaped pools and offers amenities found only in the finest resorts.
Each air-conditioned room is equipped with its own private facilities such as: a spacious bathroom with running hot & cold water, cable t.v., personal refrigerator, and its own telephone. Choose from any of our Superior or Executive Deluxe rooms and enjoy a private verandah overlooking the tranquil Tagbilaran Bay and the lush greenery of Gloria's Garden.
Go for the ultimate in luxury and comfort with our Presidential Suite. Pamper your body with its jacuzzi and bubble bath. Or indulge in the cozy warmth of handcrafted native furnishings and a leisurely bath in the Ambassador Suite. Or opt for the attractively priced Super Twin and Standard rooms.
Bar and restaurants·savor al fresco, our delectable cuisine in-house. Where else would one enjoy a true seafood cuisine other than right next to the sea? Seglim Seafoods and Ihaw-Ihaw offers fresh, sumptuous grilled seafood dishes and native Filipino cuisine. Enjoy nightly entertainment with a live band and delight in the bouquet of your drink at the Cafe Atanacio bar & restaurant located on the top floor. It offers a breathtaking sea view of the city harbour and Tagbilaran Bay. The fully air-conditioned Le-Eng Chinese Cuisine serves delectable traditional Chinese and oriental cuisines.
Surrender to that heady feeling as you dine and wine amidst the romantic
landscape of the island against the surreal hue of the setting sun or
twinkling lights of distant fishing boats.
He travels the fastest who travels alone. Rudyard Kipling
The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has come to see. Gilbert K. Chesterton
As with most Asian countries, the staple food in the Philippines is rice. It is most often steamed and served during meals.
Leftover rice is often fried with garlic to make sinangag, which is usually served at breakfast together with a fried egg and cured meat or sausages.
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Be aware of their custom as well. Do not get yourself that feeling of being an outcast or do not hurt others just because you have gone against their usual beliefs and their usual acts. When you know the culture and the custom, the more you sow seeds f respect to the place and its people. Travel outside the country, safe and sound