Ormoc Mangroves Ecopark – The Newest Travel Destination in Ormoc City

Experience unrefined natural beauty, surrounded by the relaxing view of Mangroves providing spectacular opportunities for the photo enthusiasts. Why go far, where the sea foods cost an arm and leg? Indulge in a sumptuous meal of freshly caught seafood greatness at the newest travel destination here in Ormoc City! The reason why I'm smiling from … Continue reading Ormoc Mangroves Ecopark – The Newest Travel Destination in Ormoc City

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Philippine-Japan Peace Memorial Park

One of the bloodiest encounter of World War II occurred in Ormoc during the Japanese occupation. With a history written in blood,tears and agony, an impressive memorial marker put up by the Nagoya and Gifu Prefectures as a token of friendship of Japanese and Filipinos in the aftermath of World War II. It is situated … Continue reading Philippine-Japan Peace Memorial Park

Puente de la Riena the “Bridge of the Queen”

Did you know? Puente de la Riena the “Bridge of the Queen” is considered as the last existing physical structure that symbolizes the Spanish colonization in the City. Known as the oldest bridge, its cobblestones are still intact, relics of an age long gone. It was built in the early 1800’s but was completed in … Continue reading Puente de la Riena the “Bridge of the Queen”