Thursday, September 1, 2016

A Dreamlike Masterpiece: Perth Paradise Resort


Known for its various tourist attractions, Sipalay City is a tempting getaway which offers a rustic ambiance and refreshing scenery.  Its unspoiled beauty beholds a promise for adventure travelers, divers and beachcombers as it is bounded by numerous caves, diving sites, beaches, etc. Hence, it is a place to go and dubbed as “The Jewel of the Sugar Island”.


Sipalay City is located along the heel of the boot-shaped island of Negros, the second to the southernmost town of the Province of Negros Occidental. It is bounded by Cauayan in the north, Hinoba-an in the south, Candoni in the east and Sulu Sea to its west.

[For your travel needs and inquiries about the city, you may reach them thru their website and Tourism Office at Tourism Information Center: (034) 473-2101.]

About Perth Paradise Resort:



          Going here is like a dream that you don’t want to end with. It is a mountain resort named after a place in Australia and gained popularity and even became viral because of its infinity pool with Sipalay islets on its backdrop reminiscent to the world-famous hills found in Bohol (Chocolate Hills) and Hundred Islands in Pangasinan.

          Perth Paradise Resort is small (even its swimming pool) and looks pretty basic but with its strategic location made it to be noticed. Its perfect seascape overlooking the Sulu Sea especially during sunset horizon is a breathtaking moment.



            The resort offers fun-filled water activities like: kayaking, jetski, bamboo rafting and island hopping. It also offers in-house accommodation. (See details below.)
  • Family Room (Good for 4 to 6 pax): AC room with kitchen, private CR and LED TV with free breakfast for 2 persons
  • Standard Room (Good for 2 to 4 pax): AC room, private CR and LED TV with free breakfast for 2 persons
  • Cabana Room (Good for 2 pax): Fan room, private CR with free breakfast for 2 persons


Other facilities and services:
  • In-house Restaurant
  • Cottage Rental: 500php (Entrance fee is 50php for adults and for children 5 years old and above)
  • Swimming Pool: Adults – 100php | Children (5 to 10 years old) – 50php
  • Jestki Rental: 2,500php per 30 minutes
  • Kayak Rental: 350php
  • Bamboo Rafting: 500php for unlimited use
  • Island Hopping: 2,500php for 2 hours with maximum of 15pax
  • Transportation Services

How To Get There:



There are no commercial flights available as of the moment though Sipalay City has an airport that could cater private and chartered planes usually of mining companies and planes en route to commercial and private resorts. The nearest operating commercial airports are in Silay City, Negros Occidental (Bacolod-Silay International Airport) and Sibulan, Negros Oriental (Dumaguete Airport).

Meanwhile, the best way going to Sipalay is thru land travel and it  will take 3 hours using a private vehicle while 4 to 6 hours when commuting.

Via Bacolod City, Negros Occidental



From Bacolod City proper, head to Ceres South Bound Terminal located at Lazuriaga St., Bacolod City and hop on Hinoba-an or Bayawan bound bus. Take note: Travel time is approximately 5 to 6 hours and fare is 385php for an AC bus. For bus schedules, you may refer to this schedule.

Alight at Sipalay Centro, you may take a tricycle going to the resort and fare is 100php per person. You may contact our tricycle driver during this trip, Kuya Richard at: +63910-6385855. Take note: Travel time is 10 to 15 minutes and expect a bumpy ride especially at the end part before reaching the resort as roads are still unpaved.

Via Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental (Bayawan City Route)


            One of the great options is from Dumaguete. On this route travel time is only 4 to 5 hours however; there is only 1 daily bus with a direct trip going to Sipalay and it departs at 1300H. If you miss it, you have option to take the same route but will require at least 3 transfers which is Dumaguete-Bayawan-Hinoba-an-Sipalay.

Via Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental (Kabankalan City Route)



            Another alternative route going to Sipalay is using the Kabankalan route. Travel time is almost the same as the Bayawan route however; it will only require you for at least 2 transfers.

For bookings and reservations, contact:

                        Smart: +63946-0590076 or +63910-9944846 or +63928-4597412
                        Sun: +63923-9018944 or +63912-7300848
                        Address: Brgy. 4, Sitio Sambulawan, Sipalay City, Negros Occidental



For more photos, kindly visit: The Jewel of the Sugar Land: Sipalay

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