Philippines Guide and Reference for Filipino Culture, Society, People, Humanities, Places, Travel & Destinations
Forest Hills Village Resort
Subic Philippines Tour Packages Booking, Real Estate Properties Philippines
Boracay Islands Philippines
Promotional Rates & Package Tours
Available Upon Request!
Focus is given to details which enhance the three bedroom, two toilet and bath layout. Even the kitchen comes equipped with the modern-day wonders that make living more pleasurable. Microwave oven, refrigerator and electric range. There's also a water heater that gives you hot and cold potable water in the kitchen and bath.
More than all these, Forest Hills Village Resort Village Resort provides you and your family the privacy and security of living within one of the country's most secured areas. A place where laws and rules are strictly enforced. It provides a peace of mind that makes living truly an experience to treasure
The units have complete kitchen facilities so you can cook your own food. The resort has it's own convenience store in which you can shop for groceries or you can choose to dine at one of the many restaurants nearby.
Majestically located between the lush green forests and clear blue waters of Subic Bay, the hotel is truly blessed with an incredible view of Triboa Bay and Olongapo City that never fails to elicit awe-inspiring remarks from everyone.
The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new landscapes, but in having new eyes. Marcel Proust
Certainly, travel is more than the seeing of sights; it is a change that goes on, deep and permanent, in the ideas of living. Mary Ritter Beard
In a typical Filipino bakery, pandesal, monay and ensaymada are often sold. Pandesal comes from the Spanish pan de sal (literally, bread of salt), and is a ubiquitous breakfast fare, normally eaten with (and sometimes even dipped in) coffee.
More details at Breads and Pastries Philippines Cuisine
As a tropical oriental country it should come as no surprise there are many treats made from rice and coconuts. One often seen dessert is bibingka, a hot rice cake optionally topped with a pat of butter, slices of kesong puti (white cheese), itlog na maalat (salted duck eggs), and sometimes grated coconut. There are also glutinous rice sweets called biko made with sugar, butter, and coconut milk.
More details at Desserts Food, Philippine Cuisine