Sipalay's Hidden Treasure: Perth Paradise Resort
Sipalay City is truly a paradise and a home to most beautiful resorts. If you you are heading to the southern part of Negros Occidental, you surely don't want to miss dropping by this City's hidden treasure, the Perth Paradise Resort.
While there are a lot of resorts near the stretch of white sand beach, Perth Paradise Resort will take you to the mountainous part of Sipalay. Prepare for the long walk for you are about to see what this resort has prepared for you.
Perth Paradise Resort is famous for its infinity pool with breathtaking view, making it as the perfect spot for picture taking. You can enjoy the pool while enjoying the gorgeous scenery around. And don't forget, the sunset here is breathtaking!
Take a dip into the infinity pool of PGA Tower, Sipalay! <3 For more info about the resort, contact these numbers: 9229395420 / 09279860644
Posted by Travel Negros on Friday, March 11, 2016
From Bacolod City, it will take you about six hours going to this resort if you are traveling by bus. It may sound tiring, but it's definitely worth it.
Planning a trip to Perth Paradise Resort? This guide can help you:
How to get there?
Take the Hinoba-an Ceres bus at Bacolod Southbound Terminal and tell the conductor to drop you at Ati-atihan bus stop in Sipalay. From the bus stop, take a tricycle going to Perth.
The fare is about 200.00+ for ordinary bus and 300+ plus for air-conditioned bus.
If you are coming from Dumaguete City in Negros Oriental, the easiest way is taking the Bacolod via Mabinay bus at the Ceres Terminal. The bus will have a stopover at Kabankalan City Ceres terminal, and you need to transfer to Hinoba-an bus from there. The Total travel time is approximately hours.
The exact address of resort is Barangay 4, Sitio Sambulawan, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental.
Rates and accommodation:
Entrance Fee- 50.00
Swimming Pool- 100.00
Family Room- 4,500 (air-conditioned room, good for six persons)
Standard Room- 1,800 (air-conditioned room, good for two persons, maximum of four)
Cabana- 1,000 (fan room, good for two persons)
Jet Ski- 2,500 for 30 minutes
Bamboo Rafting- 500 (unlimited)
Island Hopping- 2,500 for 3 hours, maximum of 15 persons
Perth Paradise Resort has a restaurant, but you are also allowed to bring foods and drinks without corkage fee. However, alcoholic drinks are not allowed.
Perth Paradise Resort don't accept credit cards so make sure that you have enough cash during the trip. There is also Land Bank of the Philippines in the city, but it is limited.
The rates are subject to change without prior notice.
For inquiries or reservations, kindly contact these numbers:
Photos from Mark Anthony Esmino, Shane Jaranilla, Volatire Apollo Abendan
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