My kids love this place they enjoyed the horse carraige ride, love the butterfly sanctuary.
Very enjoyable tour around the resort. Collection of plants very impressive. Feeding the birds, goose and duck was a first for me and very good interactive program for children. Getting near the ostrich and horse was an unforgettable experience.
The bird show was cool! It was an hour of education and fun. The birds were really the main attraction. There were parrots, chickens, hawks and ostriches. They served a lunch buffet. The food is not exceptional but very filling. They have a make your own halo halo station with choices of ice cream. The lunch was served in a... More
malagos garden resort is a pleasant place to take the family to. a lot of wonderful plants and birds. malagos also has a good restaurant and a swimming pool. location suitable for a day trip, can also be combined with a visit to the Philippine Eagle Centre, located near by.
We went to this Malagos Garden Resort as recommended by my niece, Grace and Donny Lim on Sep 1, 2010. We were not disappointed because we saw all kinds of orchids, plants, trees, butterfly and other attractions. Although some of these attractions similar to what we had seen during our trips to Palawan (Butterfly), San Diego Zoo (birds & animals),... More
I love going back to this place. At the start we watched a bird show then after that we roamed around the Malagos Garden Resort. After how many hours of taking pictures and sightseeing, we stopped by to eat. I love mangosteen and rambutan. Its our first time to eat that kind of fruit. I love the food. we loved... More
Went for lunch, which I thought would be a nice one since this is a farm! We were offered a fixed menu (uninteresting choices). When we got to the restaurant, we found out that there was a more extensive menu with more choices. I guess cook did not want to bother cooking other dishes aside from the day's fixed menu.... More
We stayed there for a night during good friday. First of all, the parking space was terrible, we had to park across the street and bring again our luggage back on the other side of the highway where the lobby is located. Secondly, the rooms/cottages need MAJOR renovation. They were outdated and the facilities are poor (tiny t.v. WITHOUT cable,... More
My boyfriend and I have just returned to HK after a week in the Philippines, during which we spent 3 days and 2 nights in Davao at the Malagos Garden Resort. Our aim in Davao was to visit the Philippine Eagle Foundation research facility, and we were informed that Malagos is the only hotel in the area close to the... More
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