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Panglao Island 。Panglao Island 吃喝玩樂記

Panglao Island May 20, 2016
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There’s quite a few tour on Bohol, besides island hopping at Pamalican and Virgin Island, namely the Countryside tour (includes Chocolate Hills, will update this soon) and Panglao Island where can get feet on the ground of the white sandy Alona Beach.

Here’s what you’ll find in the Panglao Island tour: Hinagdanan Cave,  Panglao Church, Bayoyoy the Drawf, Sea Shells Museum, Bohol Bee Farm, Alona Beach.

Speaking of ‘island’, it’s not an island hopping tour as I thought so in the beginning. Well, it is on the Panglao Island but not sailing off on the sea.

We were on Pamalican Island in the morning, we hang out longer than average tourists do on the Pamalican Island, tourists normally set back to the island after they had lunch, we didn’t come back until 3-4pm-ish, and weren’t able to catch some of the tourist spot at they close at 5pm.

We skipped the Bayoyoy the Drawf, Sea Shells Museum, and Alona Beach. It’s a pity we didn’t get to walk around the sandy beach, as we were hungry for dinner already.

Bohol Bee Farm seems to be on everyone’s Bohol itinerary. I wonder why and asked a friend that works in one of the Philippines airline as PR who brings media and blogger now and then to Bohol, what’s so good about it? Being a foodie he replied: the food are organic, fresh out of the farm, and it’s just wonderful.

My PH foodie friend gave his approval stamp to it, and recommend I must go there, it’s hard to say no to try.

I heard from someone’s chatting at the farm, the farm is run by a German and it’s Filipino wife (or is it the other way around, I forgot), besides the organic food they home-grow and provide, the scenery look out to the sea is gorgeous, what’s more the ice cream stand has all sort of tropical fruit, don’t forgot to try one while you are there!


 

薄荷島旅行,會有許多可以參加的行程,如跳島行程−Pamalican and Virgin Island,還有鄉村tour(包含巧克力山),Panglao Island等,而Panglao Island 行程更可以讓悠悠漫步在綿密白沙上。

Panglao島的行程會前往:Hinagdanan Cave,  Panglao Church, Bayoyoy the Drawf, Sea Shells Museum, Bohol Bee Farm, Alona Beach.

說到「島」呢,這行程不是大家想像中那一種跳島行程,它是在Panglao島上沒錯,但不是出海的那一種跳島遊玩。

我們早上在Pamalican島上,旅客通常中午在島上吃飽飯後都會打道回府,但我們在島上玩到3、4點多才回到本島,以致於無法參觀一些5點就關門的景點。我們跳過了Bayoyoy the Drawf、Sea Shells Museum、還有著名的Alona Beach。的確有一點可惜沒有到Alona Beach晃晃,畢竟我們已飢腸轆轆的餓了~

在規劃薄荷島行程時,發現幾乎大家都會去Bohol Bee Farm,讓我有一點納悶『為何~~?!』

問了在菲律賓某家航空常帶媒體團的美食公關好友,他說:那裡的食物都是使用有機食材,取自它們自種的農場,當然食物超好吃!

美食好友一直讚不絕口,也大推我在薄荷島一定要去嚐嚐,我們怎能對美食說不呢?

在Bohol Bee Farm 時聽到有人在介紹,這農場是由一對德國先生與菲律賓太太開的(還是德國太太菲律賓先生~我忘了)除了盤上的食材都是新鮮取自於自家農場外,從餐廳俯覽海邊的景色更是美不勝收,還有還有,冰淇淋販賣部賣的熱帶水果冰淇淋也超級好吃!別忘了一定要來買幾球吃吃噢!

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21 Comments

  • Reply Joyce July 6, 2016 at 08:43

    What a cool adventure! I love exploring islands and you got to see one with so much history! And your food pics make me soo hungry lol

    Characters & Carry-ons

    • Reply Tiff September 10, 2016 at 00:47

      Me too, I love exploring islands as well, and places with history, love getting to know more about the culture by being there than just from the book.
      Haha, I think the post is supposed to make you feel hungry 😉

  • Reply Shaira Angelique Manalos June 7, 2016 at 09:01

    I haven’t been to Bohol but I think we’re going there anytime this year or next year. This is a must place to visit! I’ll take note of this. Thanks for sharing your experience! <3

    xoxo,
    SHAIRA // BORACAY Travel Diary

    • Reply Tiff June 12, 2016 at 16:10

      Bohol is gorgeous beautiful! We enjoyed there a lot! Looking forward to you planning to Bohol this year 🙂 I’ve enjoyed your Borocay post a lot, I’ve not been there yet. Have heard about the beach is sandy white and the beach is somehow always crowded, but I’m glad to know its not that crowded for an unpleasant trip. Hope to go to Boracay soon and explore other island- Palawan as well 😀

  • Reply Ana Soares June 5, 2016 at 02:33

    Wow amazing photos 😮

  • Reply Hayley Canning June 3, 2016 at 22:19

    Look like a great place to visit.! The pictures are lovely!

  • Reply Siffat Haider June 3, 2016 at 20:09

    What a beautiful place, and the food looks delicious!
    xo
    Siffat
    http://icingandglitter.com

  • Reply Tania June 3, 2016 at 04:57

    That cave looks incredible and the food looks like nothing I’ve ever seen before! What a cool place to visit

    xx freshfizzle

    • Reply Tiff June 3, 2016 at 14:46

      The cave is really cool AND the food are really awesome 🙂

  • Reply Mitzie Mee June 3, 2016 at 01:49

    The Philippines is still on my to-do list, and I’ve really been enjoying your pictures. Did you also visit Bohol Farm?

    • Reply Tiff June 3, 2016 at 14:29

      Thanks Mitzie for enjoying it 🙂
      Yes we did visit Bohol Bee Farm, the food from this post is from there 🙂 Very delicious, the view is quite nice as well, overlooking the sea!

  • Reply sileas June 2, 2016 at 21:21

    Oh no, I just noticed that my comments aren’t showing up anymore, I hope it’s not identified as spam *sniff sniff*

    • Reply Tiff June 2, 2016 at 23:13

      I think it was my bad, I forgot to clicked the approval, as I seriously hate to see all those spam commenting automatically (cry)

  • Reply Tiffany May 23, 2016 at 05:56

    oh wow, the cave looks so cool! 😉 nice pictures!

    Tiffany
    http://www.thelookingglassbyty.com

    • Reply Tiff June 2, 2016 at 23:12

      It’s really neat! Thanks Tiff

  • Reply sileas May 22, 2016 at 16:22

    Another post that made me hungry, especially that seafood pizza o_O I totally missed that cave though!

    • Reply Tiff June 2, 2016 at 23:12

      Oh no, you did not! Perhaps there’s a reason you should planned a Philippines trip soon 😛

  • Reply Vicky May 22, 2016 at 09:34

    This looks like a pretty fun trip. The caves must’ve been super interesting to visit

    Vicky
    http://vickysscrapbook.com/

    • Reply Tiff June 2, 2016 at 23:11

      The cave itself it is, especially walked in from a very very steep staircase, and then the cave was right in front of us, it’s small but really really unique!

  • Reply The Sunday Mode May 21, 2016 at 20:42

    Enjoyed looking at your photos. Looks like some interesting places to visit and enjoy some tasty food 🙂

    http://www.thesundaymode.blogspot.com.au

    • Reply Tiff June 2, 2016 at 23:10

      Thanks Julia for your lovely comment. It is a neat place with great food out there in Bohol

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