We had reservations so it was not problematic. The entrance was 50 pesos for day use, and the big cottage was 400 pesos. The small one was for 300 pesos. The advantage of the big cottage was that it had a 2nd floor, and we opted for the big cottage.
|The view to Singli|
|Small cottage (worth Php300)|
|Our cottage (ground floor)|
|Our cottage (2nd level) [Sorry Kris but I have to post this! hehe]|
Inside the resort were 3 pools, fresh air, wonderful ambiance, and a great view of the mountains. Indeed we were at the top of the mountain. They also have a common grilling station so we utilized it. They were not strict with the swimming attire too but one was not allowed to drink or eat in the swimming pool.
|The smallest pool, maybe for kids|
|The medium-sized pool|
|The lap pool|
There was also an exhibit inside the resort. The owner, as I've heard from other customers, was an architect and only he knew every meaning of his works.
|The other side was where outdoor exhibit was|
|A tool for sitting and for dining?|
|Don't mind Jerson(who was so cute in this photo hehe), just mind the works|
|Seesaw and swing all-in-one? Haha!|
|The real beauty is from within. (I can't find the connection! HAHA)|
|With me was TF Earl and BFF Richard|
|(L-R) Me, Angeli and Charina|
|(L-R) Jerson, Ricco and Kris|
Overall, it was worth it. I would recommend you try and visit Singli Mountain Resort if you want to escape the pressure in the city.
Cottage - 400 pesos (good for 15-30 people)
Entrance fee - 50 pesos per head
Gasoline payment - 100 pesos per head (only the 6 of us who went ahead paid this)
Total: 2415 pesos*
Payment per person: 150 pesos**
* - total payment includes cottage, food expenses, others and does not include the travelling fee and the entrance fee
** - Instead of 161 pesos, we paid 150 pesos for the 15 of us because Earl treated us all with the 11 pesos. Thanks Earl!