A newly-renovated family resort in the village of Taguanao in Indahag, Cagayan De Oro City would soon open to the public after its conversion into an “international resort,” a city councilor said.
City Councilor Jay R. Pacual, chair of the city council committee on tourism, said that the resort known as “Kagay-an Resort” would open anytime this week after the city council enacted an ordinance involving its entrance fees and other charges.
The ordinance provides that a PHP 50.00 fee would be charged as entrance fee for adults (swimming or non-swimming), PHP 30.00 for a child (swimming or non-swimming) and a 20 percent discount to senior citizens and persons with disability, he said.
The fees would cover the charges for chlorine and other maintenance costs of the resort, Pascual said.
“With five swimming pools and an Olympic-size pool and ramps going to and from the comfort rooms, the resort meets international standards.” Pascual said.
He said that the Olympic size pool could be a venue for swimming competitions and an ideal practice pool for the city’s swimming athletes. (PNA) CD
more recommended stories
DOH Preps Psycho-Social Aid For Dengvaxia Recipients’ Parents
Government health personnel in the Calabarzon.
11K Vacancies Up For Grabs In Region 11 Labor Day Job Fair
The regional offices of the Department.
Streamlining Of Iloilo City Employees Stays: Mayor
The city government will continue to.
5.4 Magnitude Quake Jolts Cagayan
A 5.4 magnitude quake shook Cagayan.