Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark in Panglao, Bohol
With Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark’s dream of expanding to every tourist attraction in the country, the resort made true to its promise by putting up the brand in Panglao, Bohol.
Dubbed as the grandest, and boldest undertaking by Justin Uy, Chairman, and President of Jpark Island Resort and Waterpark said that the resort’s Panglao counterpart will be the biggest resort waterpark in the Philippines.
Slated for completion this 2022, the property will be almost twice as big as Jpark Mactan.
Soon to be a premier resort in Bohol will boast five buildings with 1400 rooms including 80 family, pool and ocean-view villas.
The resort will also feature the longest pool bar in the island and a whole stretch of beach on the 24-hectare property.
To top it all, the biggest waterpark in Asia will be built to add up thrill and pleasure on everyone’s Bohol getaway experience.
Since Jpark cares for the environment just as much as they care for their guests, it partnered with Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo (WATG) to weave its commitment to design and innovation while staying true and committed to environmental protection.
WATG is based in Hawaii and is among the world’s most competent players in architectural design and composition. Together with Monocrete Construction Philippines, the team is set to provide a unique and timeless, yet fun and world-class resort and water park experience.
Apart from its tourist’s attractions, the resort is set to cater to the growing number of tourists on the island with the recent opening of the Panglao International Airport which is only 5 minutes away from Jpark Island Resort & Waterpark Panglao, Bohol.
Bohol will surely without a double become prime tourists destination, not only in the country but in Asia as well, attracting more international visitors to its beautiful, natural and cultural wonders, asserting its place as the number one resort and waterpark in the country.
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