Relaxation and Wellness
Head to Samal Island, Davao del Norte for a Pinoy Version of Bali Feels!
Kenneth Mheil Mangaya- Ay | Mar 04, 2020
Photos Chastine Jen Montaño
The Island Garden City of Samal in Davao del Norte is among the top summer destinations in Mindanao because of its long stretches of pristine beaches. But, as the tourist numbers continue to rise, so do the variety of attractions continue to grow. Visitors can enjoy activities such as fish feeding, helmet diving, floating island adventures and more!
Aside from these exciting activities, thematic rest houses are making a buzz among local and foreign visitors. One of the best vacation houses in Samal is a 2-story Bali-inspired vacation house in Barangay Camudmud, Island Garden City of Samal! Its structure, design, and architecture might be the perfect local substitute for your Bali feels!
The property has 3 rooms with a personal jacuzzi inside the comfort room fit for an ultimate royal experience. Outside the main house is a beautifully built tree house customized with Bali crafts and colors worthy of Instagram likes. To complete your royal experience, an electric tub filled with rose petals!
“Rest house ra gyud unta namo ni sa among pamilya. Every weekend kay naga-stay mi diri para layo sa samok sa syudad unya gusto man gud namo mag-family goals sa Bali, Indonesia pero dili pa kaya sa among budget tanan so mao gi-decorate na lang namo among rest house og parehas sa mga rooms or villas sa Bali. Unya naay one-time nga nag-invite mi og friends sila na nag-ingon sa amo nga i-open na lang pud sya sa public para at least maka experience pudd aw silage mala Bali! (We always look forward to the weekend to visit our rest house. The place is very relaxing and far away from the hassle of city life. One of our family goals is to really visit Bali, Indonesia but since our budget does not allow us yet to go there, for now, we used it as an inspiration for our vacation house. When our friends experienced the place, they encouraged us to open it to the public!)” Ms. Jovy Escartin, the owner, explained.
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