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Stay overnight and enjoy three-star accommodation. Or you may enjoy picnic with family and friends amidst trees, birds and grounds animals in the picnic area.
Party-throwers may find a novel venue in Racso's Woodland. Function rooms are available for 15, 50 or 120 persons while the Pavillion can accommodate 500 seating guests.
Racso's Woodland is more than just a theme park or a recreation center. It is where you will feel at home with nature-an experience so rare that will surely make you want to come back again and again.
How to get there?
There are at least nine daily 55 minute jet flights from Manila to Iloilo. An inter-island 18-hour trip from Manila 12 times weekly. From Cebu, it takes only 35 minutes by plane.
From Iloilo City
30-35 minutes ride from Iloilo Airport or Iloilo Port by means of readily available public or private transport along well paved coastal roads
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Iloilo Travel Tips - Islands Philippines
Wherever you go, go with all your heart. Confucius
The world is a book, and those who do not travel read only a page. Saint Augustine
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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Bicol is noted for its gastronomic appetite for the fiery or chili-hot dishes. Perhaps the most well-known Bicolano dish is the very spicy Bicol express. The region is also the well-known home of natong also known as laing or pinangat (a pork or fish stew in taro leaves).
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