Amazing Things To Do In Mambukal
In July 22, 1957 Mambukal was established as a town site for health center and recreational resort purposes. Mambukal Resort is owned and managed by the Province Government of Negros Occidental under the Economic Enterprise Development Department Mambukal Resort lies 1,200 feet above sea level and serves as a gateway to Mt. Kanlaon Natural Park. Originally developed by a Japanese architect named Kokichi Paul Ishiwata in 1927, the resort started as a bathhouse and picnic garden and has provided cool haven for Negrenses and their guests. Spread over 23.6 hectares, Mambukal is blessed with exceptionally beautiful natural features. A big mountain stream, fed by several tributaries, descends in a series of seven waterfalls and cuts through the center of the resort, feeding the water holes and boating lagoon. Mambukal boasts a number of hot sulfur springs whose medicinal waters are a balm for the weary flesh and continually feels the warm dipping pool Ishiwata Bathhouse and the newly constructed Japanese Ofuro. Its slopes and dips house interesting rock formations and lush forests of tropical and semi-tropical treesas well as a variety of pines, ferns and orchids that thrive on its cool climate and rich soil, known as Mambukal clay.