Last week, I was assigned to travel to Mangima for a very important coverage. We were housed at Mangima Canyon Beach Resort located at Mangima, Manolo Fortich, Bukidnon.
So, to share a part of my experience there, I am providing you few of my photos and observations.
The resort has a very nice morning view.
Photo Source: Sir Zen
- The morning view of the vast greens and sunrise.
- It is undeniable that the place offers fresh air because it is partly remoted and away from the city. Plus, trees surround the place.
- Clean water assured. I saw them cleaning the pool, and they said they do it every morning, as the usual compliance. It is not also crowded, except summer time perhaps. The place is so wide.
- They have event space.
- For safety purposes, customers are required to wear swimsuits.
- The place is just beside a road, so you don’t have to panic if you’re lost at the middle of a jungle. It is just easy to find.
OPPORTUNITIES FOR IMPROVEMENT
(Hmm, or part I am not just so happy about)
- Someone left a comment on my Facebook that the place progressed compare to the last time he visit, so I told him to enjoy the pool but I discourage to stay there overnight as much as possible. True, there is electric fan and rooms are screened, but mosquitoes are hell intelligent insects and they always find ways inside the rooms.
- They sell everything you need as a customer. There store has tissue, soap, shampoo, conditioner, snack crackers, and even dishes like kikiam, fishballs, dimsum, siomai (a fave!), and a lot more! But their attending staff is just so mataray. Sorry not sorry! I am just telling the truth.
- The comfort room inside the rooms are clean, but it should at least be widened and facilities can be improved (I am not sure, but I heard it is LGU-owned, officials might still finding budget for repair and maintenance).
- If you lost one of their room keys, it is worth one big 1,000.00! So better be careful.