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Dao Integrated Bus terminal in Tagbilaran City is your first stop. Ride a bus or jeepney going to Sikatuna from there, and from there, ride a motorcycle (habal-habal) going to Libjo. Inform the driver you’re headed for Mirror of The World Park.
The Mirror of the World and Botanical Garden is in Barangay Libjo, Sikatuna, Bohol and owned by Jan Yngvar Kolstø and Ann Dulogan Kolstø. Their hope in creating this incredible park and garden is to share their experiences of traveling the world to other visitors. For the safety of the visitors and park staff, COVID-19 protocols are strictly followed. Visitors should wear their masks at all times. How to get to Sikatuna, Bohol Prices vary greatly. I have personally hired these tourist vans for 2,000 pesos per day, but around 4,000 pesos per day is closer to the normal rate. Obviously, the more people you bring, the better the value. Organised Tour From Tagbilaran City, take a bus or jeepney bound for Sikatuna from the Dao Integrated Bus Terminal. Once in Sikatuna Public Market, take a tricycle or the haba-habal going to Libjo. Inform the habal-habal driver that you are headed to the Mirror of the World and Botanical Garden.
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Mirror of the World and Botanical Garden exhibits scaled-down versions of world-famous landmarks. Visitors can explore Phase 1, beginning with Christ the Redeemer in Rio de Janeiro, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, the Golden Gate Bridge of California, the Merlion in Singapore, and the Statue of Liberty in New York. Replicas of Christ the Redeemer, Hollywood, and the Golden Gate The Mirror of the World Sikatuna Bohol The usual transportation for Tagbilaran is tricycle, where paying passengers can travel across town for around 50 pesos. Unfortunately, Mirror of the World is out of the normal range of a tricycle, thus you will need to find some other form of transportation. Drive a Car The Mirror of the World and Botanical Garden is owned by Jan Yngvar Kolstø and Ann Dulogan Kolstø. The couple built the Park to share their experiences and trips from abroad with the Filipinos and promote tourism in Sikatuna by bringing a new tourist destination to Bohol. TAG-MNL – Daily flights (Z2359) with a travel time of 1.3 hours. Flights depart at 1:30PM and arrive at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport at 3PM. TAG-MNL – Daily flights (PR2778) with a travel time of 1.20 hours. Flights depart at 4:05PM and arrive at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport at 5:25PM.
When it comes to things to do in Bohol, most visitors normally hit the beach or the lush forests. It’s a welcome addition to add something completely different to your Bohol trip.Definitely bring a hat and sunscreen if visiting during the day. There’s not a lot of shade at the Mirrors of the World. This will improve over time as the new Botanical Garden matures. Should You Visit the Mirrors of the World? Motorcycles are cheap, local hotels and apartments usually hire them out for around 200 pesos per day. This is a great option in the warm tropical climate and one which makes it easy to add more Bohol activities of your choice. MNL-TAG – Daily flights (Z2354) with a travel time of 1.25 hours. Flights depart at 5PM and arrive at the Bohol–Panglao International Airport at 6:25PM. TAG-MNL – Daily flights (PR2774) with a travel time of 1.20 hours. Flights depart at 11:50AM and arrive at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport at 1:10PM. The light show is actually nothing fancy, but the main attractions of Christ the Redeemer, Singapore Merlion and Statue of Liberty do change color from white to red to blue. The biggest attraction at night may actually be escaping the oppressive daytime heat. Personally, I would prefer to visit at night for this reason. Dining Out at Mirror of the World
Mirror of the World and Botanical Garden is dog-friendly, and dog owners must adhere to the Park’s pet rules. Every Saturday from May through June, Café Acropolis offers live music visitors can watch. Visitors can dine in Café Acropolis and indulge in local Filipino dishes. Soon to rise in Phase 2 are the Dutch Windmills of The Netherlands and the Mount Rushmore National Memorial in South Dakota. Phase 3 will bring Europe’s beautiful castles and chateaux and the historic Japanese Pagodas. Lastly, Phase 4 will present Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, London’s Big Ben, and the Petronas Twin Towers of Malaysia. MNL-TAG – Daily flights (Z2358) with a travel time of 1.25 hours. Flights depart at 11:35AM and arrive at the Bohol–Panglao International Airport at 1PM.TAG-MNL – Daily flights (Z2355) with a travel time of 1.25 hours. Flights depart at 6:50PM and arrive at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport at 8:15PM. As much as many of us would love to travel to different parts of the world, we’re often constrained by our time and budget to a few destinations a year at most. But what if you could see a multitude of famous landmarks all at the same time while soaking up a unique travel experience?
Visitors are recommended to tour the Park in the early morning hours when the air is crisp and fresh or in the late afternoon for milder temperatures and to appreciate the Park at nighttime. Best time to visit the Park A post shared by Travel Blogger Ramon (@nicerightnow) on May 14, 2019 at 3:37pm PDT Staged Development Visitors from Manila can book a direct flight to Bohol–Panglao International Airport via AirAsia and Philippine Airlines.Definitely bring some comfortable shoes. Whilst you don’t need to cover a lot of distance, there are quite a lot of stairs to climb. The Mirror of the World in Sikatuna, Bohol, opened in late 2018 to tourists, showing them an interesting glimpse of international travel’s most popular sights in just one location. With its proximity to Bohol’s beautiful sandy beaches, it’s become a must-see in the area. Keep reading to learn more about this attraction and if you should add it to your Bohol itinerary! What To See And Expect At The Mirror Of The World A big bonus of this place is that it’s pet-friendly, so you can bring your beloved dogs along with you as long as you comply with the park’s rules. After walking around, you can then enjoy delicious and affordable refreshments at Café Acropolis. No need to renew a passport to enjoy all these amazing sights!