A Colonial Plantation Resort

Plantation Bay

Jump into the clean and clear freshwater lagoon (man-made beach) from the veranda of some of Plantation Bay Resort’s guest rooms (as in my photo). Arguably the most popular resort in Cebu, Philippines, the 5-star Plantation Bay possesses one of the largest privately-owned waterways in the world and presents a low-rise colonial plantation (village style) theme within its 11.4 hectares area.

The minute I set foot inside the beach resort, I was mesmerized by its pleasantly unique design, eye-soothing ambiance, and tranquil environment that I wished to spend the next few nights there (we were merely passing by at the time). Though the resort seemed like someone’s private estate when we explored, it was welcoming to walk-in guests so it’s a place I’d like to keep revisiting whenever I’m in the city.

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About Angel

I'm currently a Corporate agent, a Poker player, and an investor. I have quite a wide spectrum of interests and have been bold in pursuing them in order to fulfill a dream, to feed a curiosity, or to live out a passion. I am usually found to be constantly exploring with my mind or with my feet. Given this medium (your glimpse of my world), I am enthused to express in words and in images a bit of my learning and my discoveries and to hone some raw skills which I hope will display progress as I go along.

5 thoughts on “A Colonial Plantation Resort

  1. Hello.

    Thank you for the high praise about our ambience.

    We hope you won’t mind if we share your photo on our official Facebook page for our Guest Photo of the Week feature, which we post every Friday. Due credit will be observed, of course, and we will provide the link to your blog.

    Looking forward to your positive response. πŸ™‚

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