BALANGA CITY, Bataan- Governor Albert Raymond S. Garcia yesterday described the ground breaking rites for the P 1.2 billion worth project Woodland Hills Manor in the upland village of Ibis, Bagac town, this province as a momentous occasion for booming tourism and travel industry in the historic peninsula.
In his short message , Governor Garcia expresses his optimism that the project would fuel a more dynamic investment posture and would uplift the socio-economic status of the residents in the southern coastal towns of the province.
He stressed that the new development brings diversity to the fast growing eco-industrial investment hub in Central Luzon and known for being historical and cultural destination outside of Metro Manila .
Woodland Hills Manor is a 30 hectare property owned by a family corporation Woodland Hills Philippines ,Incorporated in the persons of Alice Del Rosario and husband Ronald del Rosario with their children as incorporators.
Woodland Hills Manor boasts of its phase 1 development projects with two avant-garde tourist destinations , Woodland Hotel and Leisure and Woodland Mountain Adventure Park .
The Woodland Hotel and Leisure is a three-storey hotel which offers 57 guest rooms ,8 suite rooms and 1 presidential suite. Other ameneties include business center ,function hall, game area ,gymnasium, restaurants ,spa , swimming pool and offers a viewing deck for visitors to fully appreciate the natural beauty and grandeur of West Philippine Sea.
Likewise, the Woodland Mountain Adventure is an ecological park that caters to a variety of outdoor activities with different challenges for adrenaline junkies and thrill-seekers.