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Edge Coaster at Cebu

The first of its kind in the whole world, the Edge Coaster is an amusement ride installed at the edge of a hotel building. Edge Coaster riding is definitely a unique experience of mixed fear, excitement, and fun as you feel like floating or falling off from Cebu skies.With the amazing view from the top, you would seem to have toured the entire Cebu City during the duration of your ride. The Edge Coaster is the first of its kind in the country where you are safely and tightly fastened in a coaster that is tilted 55 degrees and revolves around the 38th floor of the Crown Regency Hotel and Towers in Cebu City. What’s better news is that the coaster is just one of the facilities of the Sky Adventure Experience project of Crown Regency. Other features of the project are the Sky bar, Sky Walk, Sky Lounge, and soon, the Insanity Orbit.

With the amazing view from the top, you would seem to have toured the entire Cebu City during the duration of your ride. What’s better news is that the coaster is just one of the facilities of the Sky Adventure Experience project of Crown Regency. Other features of the project are the Sky bar, Sky Walk, Sky Lounge.

Capones Island

Capones Island have one of the amazing view I had ever seen. Couldn't believe how beautiful the island is. Capones Island and Camara Islands lie a few kilometers from the shores of Pundaquit, Zambales. The Camara islands are 2 kilometers offshore and Capones is 3 kilometers farther  Capones and Camara islands are known for their white beaches, speckled with colorful crushed coral. Clear turquoise waters held us spell-bound. High rock cliffs beckon rappellers. Capones is known for an old Spanish-era lighthouse that brings visitors back in time.

There are no resorts nor facilities on the island. Tourists usually stay at a resort in Pundaquit at Zambales, a small fishing village about 3 kms southwest of San Antonio where they can hire a boat to explore Capones Island.

If ever you want to rent boat going to Capones Island. It is just 200 php per head back and forth to Anawangin beach. The boat capacity is up to 12 pax but additional 50 php if you want side trips to Capones and camara Islands.

Bolinao Beach


Bolinao boast of a distinct white sand beach you can only find at Barangay Patar, Bolinao. Though Bolinao is a long stretch of Beaches and Resorts, beware.. You might get into a resort that sports a rocky beach front. If you want to have the finest beach of Bolinao, then, go straight to the Lighthouse. The beach below the lighthouse is the best beach in Bolinao.

Bolinao was founded by Captain Pedro Lombi in 1575, an island known as Binabalian meaning old town with few hundred settlers. However, it was transferred later to Bolinao mainland due to piratical molestation. In 1585. Bolinao and other western Pangasinan towns were once part of Zambales. It was the year 1903 when Bolinao and other western towns were transferred to Pangasinan due to its proximity to the capital town of Lingayen.

Echo Valley Hanging Coffins

Echo Valley Hanging Coffins where natives of the place hang their dead in the valley as part of their culture.

Bolinao Lighthouse




Cape Bolinao Lighthouse in Abac, Patar, is one of the famous lighthouses in the town of Bolinao, Pangasinan, the other being Port Bolinao Lighthouse in Guigui-wanen, Barangay Luciente I. It is the second tallest lighthouse in the Philippines after the Cape Bojeador Lighthouse, which is in Ilocos Norte. Cape Bolinao Lighthouse has a sight which is simple and mesmerizing especially the ocean view.

Cape Bolinao Lighthouse is about 351 feet above sea level. The land elevation, according the Bureau of Geodetic Surveys, is 250 feet, while the lighthouse structure itself is 101 feet high. It has a large revolving lens. A system of gears turned by pendulum weights held by a steel cable, much like a clock, causes the light apparatus to rotate. Visibility from the lighthouse reaches up to 20 miles midsea towards a lighthouse at Poro Point.

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