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For many years, it has been on our wish-list, and this time our program would finally include a trip on one of the well-known floating restaurants on Loboc River.

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Marianne wrote:
Friday, 28 September 2018 04:47:18 PHT
I would like to experience this floating restaurant cruise, how much would I pay for two adults in January 23, 1019. What does it include? Pls. send a copy of the schedule for the cruise. thx.
wenchie wrote:
Tuesday, 27 August 2013 15:30:56 PHT
guys if you have plan tovisit bohol contact us:
Cresthere wrote:
Sunday, 20 January 2013 01:41:26 PHT
How much is the cruise per person? how much is the lunch buffet? we are planning to go to bohol on march. thanks
Lawrence Leavell wrote:
Saturday, 8 September 2012 03:35:20 PHT
In August 2012 we also took the riverboat restaurant cruise. Sorry to say, the food was just awful. The rest of the cruise reflects the experiences of the original poster. If this operator expects international tourists, they had better try *a lot* harder on making decent food.
Ginno wrote:
Tuesday, 26 June 2012 21:02:11 PHT
Hi does anyone among you know any contact info of a cruise restaurant? i would like to make reservation. thank you! please email me asap. i would appreciate any help! thanks!
Dickies wrote:
Monday, 9 April 2012 15:51:09 PHT
@Frank i believe that its a joke, here's my experience: Unfortunately they did not do the cruise because of catholic church (interfered) prevented anyone from doing anything on Holly-days "which is a Holli Day Holliday" believing that something bad would happen on Mahal na Araw, Semana Santa, Huwebes Santo, or Biyernes Santo (or whatever you call it) when infact there are thousands of foreigners & tourists with different beliefs (that everyone should respect regarding which ever religion) but that doesn't have anything to do with tourism on the philippines visiting a "tourists site/place" that didn't know they wouldn't be able to experience the cruise which is disappointing to alot of foreign tourist, and here's the thing, you also need to pay the same amount with our without the cruise, we payed about P300 (for Food) + P150 (for Cruise)"well thats what they said we need to pay.." pesos per person which is x4 of us just to eat on a floating restaurant that ain't movin with no electric fans which is so hot that day, it weren't supposed to be as hot if they went on with the cruise coz there aint no air breeze passing us coz it aint movin, we were like sweating hot while eating, we asked (when we just got there, and every tourist just discovered there aint gonna be a cruise) if it can be just P300 each person(for the food since they said the cruise is for 150) and they said it ain't refundable... if its the price then we'll gladly pay for a 1000 for the cruise experience instead of falls advertising (never advertise something you cant deliver, never sell anything you can't deliver) "like selling cheap services but suddenly you cant deliver coz its because you priced too low for popularity, so ppl cant guess if there's actually gonna be a cruise or not depending on if you guys wanted to do it or not.
Marlon wrote:
Wednesday, 31 August 2011 18:52:26 PHT
We went to bohol last august 27 to 29, 2011 to experience the floating restaurant in loboc. it's almost past 6 p.m. when we arrived in loboc and its almost dinner. The price is P 450.00 per person it seems it's not fair to pay for the amount because the services and foods are not enough for the amount we paid. guests are waiting to long to start the cruise in loboc river, buffet foods were not served enough.
TONY wrote:
Wednesday, 29 June 2011 14:46:15 PHT
may I request for further info on this Loboc Floating restaurant? - its contract numbers/email (if any) and the name of the owners please.
karen wrote:
Monday, 9 May 2011 22:28:07 PHT
Is there only one departure place for loboc river cruise(floating restaurant)...if there are several which do you recommend for us to hop in? Do we need to make reservation before taking the cruise or lunch onboard the floating restaurant? How much is the rate now...We will be in bohol on the 27th of may...
Frank wrote:
Monday, 11 April 2011 03:48:18 PHT
In my opinion is this cruise a joke !! . they put up a lot of nice pictures of food and when you pay you also have to pay for (goverment tax ) ?? wish i was told was to upkeep the parking lot .. and the ferry docks. I dont know why tourists has to pay for that AFTER BYING the buffet wish they cant attend unless you also pay for goverment tax. STUPID. and they DONT refund your money. we came to the boat fast after we were told it was about to sail... LOL we sat and eat our dinner at the dock on the boat .. and was finish before we even left the dock. the boat trip normaly takes around 30-45 min ..this time it took 16- 20 minutes (not included the time we were waiting at the dock for more passengers ). guess its a bad idea to be among the last people to take the trip ,,,they sure seemed to be tired of working. and they even charged us for a soda to our kid even tho we were told hes free of charge. we wanted to complain before we left the harbour but we were told that the manager would be there when we came back ... aparently he dident want to listen to us. he was gone when we came back. Starting problem was that most on the menu for the buffet wassent even there and most of the Main dishes wish was supposed to be warm was cold ...the fruits that was for dessert was more or less out dated .. all in all a wery bad experience .. I will never recomend this boat trip. they are overpriced and rude. all the suvinirs you can buy here is a lot more fair priced at the hanging bridge. people at the tourist places are wery money minded NO service. so be ready to bargain for what you want.

Thanks for sharing your unpleasant experience during the Loboc Cruise. It was your horrible experience. I think not all tourists have such a negative experience during their cruise. We ourselves have done the cruise as well and we had a nice experience, the foods are good and it was quite entertaining because of the live band on board and the free mini concert from an international singer .

I think collecting tourist tax is everywhere. If you are visiting a tourist attraction in Europe, tax is already included in buying your entrance ticket. In some cases in the Philippines, you'll have to pay the tax (tourist or government tax) separately from the entrance ticket. Unfortunately, in some cases you'll have to pay the tax in a separate ticketing booth and this means that you'll have to fall in line again just to pay the tax. That is very annoying specially if you are in hurry or if you are not used to that system. You might ask yourself, why they did not add it together and collect it at once? That is much easier, more efficient and cheaper... We agree, but we will have to consider that every country or place has its own ways and we will have to accept and respect that whether we like it or not. There might be a good reasons for doing it in such a way.

I think it is everywhere that buying souvenirs in the tourists spots is more expensive than buying in the local shops. The tip is, if you don't want to pay more than double the price of the local shops then just buy souvenirs gifts in the local shops like in the shopping malls. Please take note, some souvenirs can be only found in the tourist destination shops only.---Rodelyn

Jonalyn wrote:
Sunday, 10 April 2011 20:17:28 PHT
Hi guys..i need some help...bawat tao ba magbabayad sa floating planning to eat in your restaurant this coming 12th of april..its my mother's can we booked,and how much is the payment per person??.we been there before..and its verry verry nice...the foods are very delicious..thanx guy i'll just wait your reply..
Grace wrote:
Saturday, 2 April 2011 06:54:01 PHT
Hi there, were planning to go to Bohol this april i would like to ask what transportation do we need to be able to go to Luboc river and how much is the fare? what tourist spot can u suggest? thanks
Divine wrote:
Friday, 18 February 2011 23:53:38 PHT
Hi! We're going to Bohol this May. I would like to ask if how much is the rate for the cruise? And what transportation we could get there from the main city? Please email me for the infos. Thanks.
Raine Barrios wrote:
Thursday, 27 January 2011 13:58:53 PHT
I really want to experience that very nice Loboc river, and pls tell me how much the ride and the food? We are booked this coming feb 19-22, 2011..bdw we might stay at alona beach resort from there how can we get there at loboc floating reatsaurant? thanks
Vivian Hinlayagan wrote:
Wednesday, 29 December 2010 11:30:32 PHT
Hello guys, i want some help, pls. send me the amount of the entrance fee, the ride and the food. in preparation of our tour this coming January or February 2011. plz. send it to my e=mail address asap. thank you very much....we are looking forward to experience the loboc river escapade...
Emily Joy Legados wrote:
Sunday, 31 October 2010 23:17:37 PHT
Hi, how much is the cruise by the way and is it far from the Tarsier Sanctuary??
josie wrote:
Sunday, 17 October 2010 00:57:45 PHT
Your Comment I really want to experience that very nice Loboc river, and pls tell me how much the ride and the food? We are booked for Cebu this coming December 4-6, 2010. We are planning to to go to Bohol on our 2nd day at Cebu. Kindly advise us of how to go there, and how much is the ferry ride from Cebu to Bohol. Advice pls. and also how much is the ride and food at the Loboc floating resto.
Glesie m. ching wrote:
Friday, 8 October 2010 12:38:56 PHT
We experience Loboc river, kindly tell me how much would it cost if we ride and eat in the floating restaurant? thank u..
Marzzz wrote:
Wednesday, 3 February 2010 12:09:22 PHT
I really want to experience that very nice Loboc river, and pls tell me how much the ride and the food?
Jessica Rule wrote:
Tuesday, 1 September 2009 21:28:04 PHT
Last May to June we are there in Bohol,particularly in Loboc..we ride the River Cruise its fun and the food is good its like "lutong bahay talaga" and the hospitality of the owner/manager of Loboc River Cruise "Iya Sonia and the receptionist Okie,. I hope we can visit Bohol again..soon..
Paterno R. Ruaya Jr. wrote:
Sunday, 15 June 2008 10:59:49 PHT
The Loboc River cruise is an overexposed destination. There is not much about the river, except it is calm. There are no other attractions along the river except the nipa palms and coconut trees. Why not promote the old church and its historic bell tower, which is near the old church. When I was a student at the University of San Carlos in Cebu City, I used to spend my weekends in Bohol. I have attended mass in the old church in Loboc with the mural on the ceiling. There are other attractions near Loboc, which are worth the visit than the cruise on the river. For instance there's the famous Loboc choir. I had taken a dip in that river near the bridge during one of the my visits to Loboc. I fact I have some relatives there, like the Rebosuras, others.
John wrote:
Friday, 4 January 2008 14:03:16 PHT
I thank God for an overwhelming response to the first post, especially to the Webmaster of this site, thank YOU! To the first time visitors of Bohol, we actually offer 3 days package for the different spots in the province. The first post that I wrote was for the first day. *Dauis Church visit – this visit is optional since it is not part of the tour, but for Catholics and believers, we would like to share to you that inside the main altar of the our Lady of the Assumption Cathedral, directly on our Blessed Mother’s Gaze is a well with healing water, the water has never gone dry and it is 101% potable and doesn’t even have a brackish taste or salty taste even if its just meters away from the surrounding seas of Dauis. The water is free just bring with you empty plastic bottle. *Panglao Island visit- it is where you can see kilometre stretch of white sand beach, clear coast and beautiful surroundings. *Hinagdanan Cave visit- it is a beautiful cave that has fresh water inside it where you can take a good bath found in Dauis. These places are located in Panglao Island. The island only has two towns namely: Dauis and Panglao herself. These visits may be included on the first day yet there’s a small additional charge for the van since it is a different route from the Choco Tour. Now, these are the next visits which include the second day tour in Bohol. * Mag-aso Falls visit- found in Antequera, these falls is called such from the word “a-so” smoking or umu- usok. Because the fall of the water is like smoking per se and the water itself is clear and very enticing, so better bring with swimming gears because one thing is for sure! You’d really be lured by the water  * Punta Cruz Watch Tower visit- it is found in Maribojoc and surrounding it is coastline where you can also splash and enjoy the clean and enticing sea water. * Sagbayan Peek visit- have you experienced a pinch of Hollywood here in the Philippines with life size statues, huge dinosaur figure and etc… and at the same time seeing the beautiful chocolate hills in another view? Not just that you can also play with the butterflies in their mini sanctuary, and at night or at the late afternoon, you can visibly see the island of Cebu and Negros. Isn’t that one kind of a place you should visit? * Maribojoc and Loon Church visit- another old stone churches. Ever wonder why there are a lot of churches here in Bohol and most of it is Old? It is because Bol-anons are pious and are so much dedicated to the Blessed Mother. There are times in the past were typhoons are directed to Bohol yet thru prayer and Strong faith the typhoons suddenly change their direction while it’s already in the borders of Bohol. Bohol is also blessed with a Bio diverse sea waters in the islands of Balicasag you can go diving and see the different colors and beauty of the corals and fishes which you can only see in pictures now, it will come into reality! And not just that! While on the way to the island you’ll see the spectacular dolphins jumping and joyfully joining you in your way to the island. This is on the third day in your trip. You’ll surely enjoy your stay here in Bohol and that is one thing for sure as you’ll experience our Bol-anon hospitability you’ll bring with you memories that you’ll never forget. For more information please do contact us in these numbers 09167471474 (globe) and our landline #’s (038) 411-5755 (PLDT), 501-8745 (Globelines) my e-mail add We also do hotel reservations just give us a call. God bless you and see you soon! ;)
Nadia wrote:
Friday, 5 October 2007 23:40:17 PHT
I was in Loboc River last weekend, I really enjoy the scenery and how I wish to ride again the Floating Restaurant!
Trij wrote:
Wednesday, 3 October 2007 00:31:30 PHT
How can we find the following data on Loboc river for our project in biology? -physical characteristics -species composition -abundance of plankton -management practices undertaken by the management team to preserve loboc river -turbidity(color of the water) -water source -average width of the river -river flow(slow,moderate,fast,stagnant) -fringe vegetation -associated organisms(shrimps,fish,etc.) -management practices -agencies supporting the project -other relevant information
Doug Sutton wrote:
Wednesday, 22 August 2007 04:54:45 PHT
I took that wonderfull cruise up the river last May, was one of the high points of my visit to the Phil. Thankyou for letting me relive that nice experience.
Loboc wrote:
Sunday, 8 July 2007 13:26:00 PHT
Our dear guest: would you like to have more info about Floating Restaurant? please visit or call tel no. (038) 537 9292. thank you
Lobocannon wrote:
Sunday, 8 July 2007 09:02:29 PHT
To our valued guest: please feel free to visit our website or call tel no. 0385379292, the Municipal Tourism Office of Loboc, Bohol. We will try our very best to assist you. Thank you and GOD Bless!
Unichaija wrote:
Tuesday, 3 July 2007 20:22:33 PHT
Hi, is it possible to go to Bohol without having any planned tour with a tourist guide? coz 2 lang kami ng mom ko baka d practical to get a tourist guide and have a preplanned tour..
Arnel Francisco wrote:
Thursday, 17 May 2007 23:38:36 PHT
Jeroen, I commend you for your extensive reporting of your experience in Bohol on this website. Would you have some videos of Loboc river? We've lived here in California for 15 years & I'm seriously thinking of going back to the Phils. Bohol is on top of my list. I would love to see any videos you may have so I can show to my family. Thanks & keep up the good work.
Joe Alvarez wrote:
Monday, 1 January 2007 11:10:54 PHT
River cruising was indeed very exciting and the new facilties offered by the Local government of Loboc (cleanest airconditioned restrooms "only in the Phils.", friendly staff airconditioned waiting areas with cable tv and many more...)a new policy has been adopted for our safety (not anymore along the national highway w/n we found it congested) be backed and cruise at Loboc floating resto
Ma. Cecile Carrillo wrote:
Thursday, 14 December 2006 08:15:55 PHT
Hi to all, My family and I were just in Bohol last Dec 8-11. I should say that we had so much fun!!!! We first stayed at the Alona Kew Resort (get the executive room- infront of the pool) and transferred to Dumaluan Resort on our 3rd day. My family and I were surprised that the water was clear with "polvoron" sand. The Loboc River Cruise was very relaxing after a morning filled with activities of tours. I told my husband why couldn't they do this (cleanliness of the Loboc River) in the other parts of the Philippines. How can the Boholanose preserve all these and others can't. Bohol is a place for the family, your children can learn a lot and we adults can learn from the Boholanos who are environmentalists. We especially enjoyed eating at the BOHOL BEE FARM (try their salad dressing) it is the best, even better than Sonya's Garden. Overall the people are very friendly and hospitable. I raise my hands to all the BOHOLANOS. Keep up the good work!!!! Note: if you want to get good tour guides you may contact: JOSH NAMCO thru (918)2326397 we were treated like kings and queens. They took care of us from our arrival to our departure. Rate is competetive. best regards,
Beata wrote:
Monday, 13 November 2006 01:11:39 PHT
Hi Myself and my husband are coming to Bohol on 23 December and would like to find a good, not expensive place in order to be close to all attractions in Bohol.I am not a resort person and I would like to have stay in a small and quiet place. I have noticed that Belleviewrock sounds good but I can not find any details how to book a room as it is at peak time. Can you please help? I will be staying there from 23Dec-27Dec...Thank you.
Dexter wrote:
Monday, 30 October 2006 00:14:36 PHT
I am from Cebu and we had a vacation in Bohol and without a doubt it's one of the most splendid provinces in the Philippines, if not the world. We had a private boat ride on loboc river and it cost 500 pesos and we were 9 all in all inside the boat including my 2 nieces, one of them is 2 years old and the other is 3 years old. The Busay waterfall was very tempting, too bad we didn't bring extra shirts. Loboc river is really a place to be in bohol and I'm saying it without any exaggeration and the chocolate hills and captivating beaches also make it a definite tourist spot. I sound like I'm an ambassador of bohol but I don't mind 'coz it rocks. P.S. There's a baywalk ecological adventure park that just opened in buenavista, bohol and it is also a must-see place with it's wildlife and a condusive place for jet-skiing. Check it out!!!
Damsel wrote:
Sunday, 22 October 2006 22:06:52 PHT
I haven't travel to Bohol from Cebu, can you show me how to get there and can have a one day trip to Loboc river and experience such beautiful scenes around, especially the Loboc river cruise. I would love to receive any advice from you. I'll gonna visit this December to come.
Cars wrote:
Wednesday, 18 October 2006 21:58:08 PHT
Jen, we just arrived from our amazing 4 day Bohol vacation which includes the amazing Loboc River Cruise.. great food, sights and sounds (live music by a one man band) =) We stayed at Belleviewrock resort in Panglao, which overlooks the Mindanao sea, and had a wonderful time there. The owners were very accomodating, the place was nice, the food was good and the price quite affordable (compared to other resorts). sure, it's not on the beach front but it has a pool and a breath taking view. If you want privacy, peace and quiet, this is the place to stay at. Perfect for couples since the resort has only around ten rooms. Also, about the tours, you may ask the owners about their reasonable tour packages. We availed of their Island Hopping Tour - Balicasag Island and their Bohol Island Countryside Tour. Sights/activities included in the latter were the blood compact site, Baclayon church, Clarin ancestral house, Tarsier sanctuary, Chocolate hills and Loboc river cruise. For more info, visit belleviewrock's website -
Anna Liza Mozo wrote:
Monday, 16 October 2006 15:05:10 PHT
Your Comment: Last September 30, I went there with my kids. Yes, Cruise on Loboc River is 250 pesos per head. It's the first time my kids visited the place and they enjoyed everything that they see. Another way to cruise the Loboc River is by the boat. We are all in all 8 persons which cost us P500.00 only, without food.
kaye wrote:
Tuesday, 10 October 2006 15:48:46 PHT
Hi! Last January 2006, my husband and I visited Bohol as our first wedding anniversary gift to ourselves. I seem to remember paying just 250.00 for the river cruise as well as the buffet lunch. as we were three, my husband, me and our tourist guide, we paid P750.00. We also didn't have reservations as there were numerous floating boats offering the cruise.
Malou wrote:
Wednesday, 13 September 2006 07:05:02 PHT
I would like to inquire about the ff: 1. Loboc river cruise (floating resto) - how much is it? Do we need to make reservations? 2. I don't plan to stay overnight at Panglao but want to experience the beach. I'll be staying with relatives in Tubigon. How much is the entrance to the beach and which would you recommend? Thanks.

The last time I asked, two years ago, the Loboc River Cruise was about 900 pesos per head, eat as much as you like, and life music included. There are a lot of smaller or larger beaches in Bohol and Panglao. All beaches are government property by law, and should be free to enter, however, sometimes resorts charge for access to their premisses, which happens to be the only overland way to the beach. Many beaches can be easily reached from public roads, including Alona Beach, and thus require no entrance fee.--Jeroen.

YannícK wrote:
Friday, 8 September 2006 09:52:35 PHT
I visited the island of Bohol last January 2006, my very first trip to the Visayas region. It was really a great experience for me, having lunch on a floating restaurant. I was amazed how they seranade us while watching the great view along the river. I wish to be back there... hopefully, soon!
Jen wrote:
Wednesday, 23 August 2006 19:03:06 PHT
Hi all pics seem so beautiful, Me & my fiance are planning to have a vacation in Bohol. Would be great if u can give us... tips or what is the best resorts or best way we can enjoy Bohol
Orville wrote:
Saturday, 1 April 2006 11:07:42 PHT
To Vincent: I suggest you should book for a package tour with your friends and what an experience to have bonded with them and I think its cheaper rather than you will go by yourself..coz if its a package tour the member of the group could chipped in their share of the expenses. I think there's a pre-arranged package tour from Tagbilaran City, Panglao beach, Choco Hills and Loboc River Cruise with the existing tour and travel agencies...and if you are fond of an acoustic getaway we can chill you at Martin's Bar in Tagbilaran City every Sat evening.They play the latest of the acoustic melodies of MYMP there.
Orville wrote:
Saturday, 1 April 2006 10:12:47 PHT
To Regine who plans to visit Bohol... just drop by the scenic place of Loboc River where the "Panaghoy sa Suba" of Cesar Montana was filmed. Every Sunday from 1:30pm-2:30pm the internationally acclaimed Loboc Children's choir will be having a one-hour concert at the Loboc Convent (they are the same choir who sang the original musical score of "Panaghoy sa Suba" and "Muro Ami" both Cesar Montano's work) for tourist that would drop by Loboc. .and on every Saturday evening if you are fond of an accoustic getaway. There is a bar in the City Martin's Bar that caters to all rounds of accoustic melodies. You can sing along with them with the latest of MYMP. I hope you will enjoy you vacation here.
Regine wrote:
Thursday, 30 March 2006 16:58:05 PHT
My husband & I were set to visit Bohol this holy week. Pls tell as what the best thing to do and go. Pls need your reply. tnx
Geri G wrote:
Monday, 27 March 2006 08:58:41 PHT
Just returned to Canada after spending time in Bohol. I thoroughly enjoyed Bohol and all the sights it offered (Loboc River, Choco Hills, Man-Made Forest of Bilar) and of course the nite life. Our guide (Edwin) was terrific. I will be returning in two years and Bohol will be a definate destination.
Jeng wrote:
Sunday, 19 March 2006 21:49:28 PHT
My family and I are planning to go to Bohol with my two kids. Hope you can also give us the best way to enjoy Bohol. Your pictures are all beautiful and we really really wanted to see all of it.
Jennifer wrote:
Friday, 17 March 2006 13:37:26 PHT
Our class had a trip to Bohol last February 10-12. We really enjoyed the cruise on the Loboc River despite not having seen the clear green waters (it was raining so the water turned muddy). We even planned to go back this summer!
Sarah Marie Jennifer wrote:
Saturday, 11 March 2006 22:59:55 PHT
I was at Bohol last week and I can say it's one place I will love to come back to. There are so many things to do aside from swimming. Aside from that, the people are so friendly and helpful. I really enjoyed my travel there!
Vincent wrote:
Monday, 6 March 2006 08:55:51 PHT
I am planning a trip to Bohol and would like to know the best way of maximizing my trip and see all I can see in 3 days. I plan to go on my own to Chocolate Hills in the morning then straight to Loboc for a late lunch. Is that possible? Is the Loboc Cruise near Chocolate Hills? How do I do that?
Joy wrote:
Friday, 3 March 2006 13:53:47 PHT
My friend and I are planning to visit the ever famous Bohol... we would like to know kung magkano budget ib going there... waiting for your reply soonest... thanks!!
Jacob wrote:
Wednesday, 22 February 2006 12:37:41 PHT
I finished my secondary in UB, and it was only in 2003 when I last visited Bohol, it was just a very short trip, I didn't enjoy much of that visit, my wife and I are planning for a long vacation soon, we will be going to that well known Loboc river cruise.
Cheri wrote:
Wednesday, 22 February 2006 10:10:37 PHT
We've been to Bohol last Feb 16, we stayed at Bellview Rock Resort, the owner Manang Luz encouraged us to cruise at Loboc river and such experience we had, my family enjoyed the floating resto and the dishes. We would go back surely.
Joan Libarios wrote:
Monday, 20 February 2006 18:33:26 PHT
Nice & beautiful, I want to visit this place.
John Cesar Santos wrote:
Thursday, 16 February 2006 15:31:39 PHT
GREAT Article on the Loboc River Cruise. At Php900 per person buffet lunch, what foods can I expect to be served? I am visiting Bohol and Panglao for the first time in March 2006, with my partner, and I am so excited already. Thank you very much.
Joy wrote:
Thursday, 16 February 2006 00:16:51 PHT
Can you tell me how much the floating restaurant cost with food per person? Thank you & I really appreciate it.

About 900 pesos per person, including tour, live music, food as you like, and a drink. They serve a wide variety of Filipino dishes.--Jeroen

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