What to do and where to stay
Bulacan isn’t near the beach, but they have plenty of water parks—each one has their own gimmick.
At Adventure Resort, you can try wall climbing, zip lines and a virtual tour around the world via mini versions of the Statue of Liberty, Eiffel Tower and Great Wall of China. Meanwhile, Galilee Wonderland has a park themed like Noah’s Ark; Malamig Park Resort is superhero-themed and comes with a wave pool with rainbow-colored lights that turn on at night.
The ‘Biyahe’ team stayed at Malamig Park Resort. Expect to pay P3,000 a night for a room good for four. While these are far from five-star digs, accommodations are clean and come with air-conditioning and a private bathroom.
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By Carmela Reyes-Estrope
Inquirer Central Luzon
11:04 pm | Saturday, May 11th, 2013