Looking for a new spot for a cool dip? A new pool amid the backdrop of Sinulom Falls in Tignapoloan, Cagayan de Oro City will be on dry run until Monday, November 30 and set to be opened to the public by mid-December. Entrance is P100 per person for both Sinulom Falls and nearby Bolao Cold Spring. To avoid overcrowding, reservation is necessary. For inquiries and bookings, just contact 0916-148-4416 and look for Tantan.

For those not familiar with Brgy Tignapoloan, drive off south and turn right at Tignapoloan Crossing (see map). Sinulom Falls is approximately 7 kilometers from the said junction. Just before reaching Tignapoloan Proper, turn left (downhill) to the place. Directional signs are also installed as guide.

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Browse photos below.

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Talk about an instagramable setting…

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Landscaping is still ongoing but set to be completed by December 15.

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Bulao Cold Spring located just a short 3-minute walk from Sinulom Falls opened a few months ago.

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Sinulom Falls continue to attract visitors since it was discovered in 2015. Geographically lcoated in Talakag, Bukidnon, the falls is best viewed from Barangay Tingapoloan in Cagayan de Oro City.

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Watch some short clips below.


with photos by Jay Roa and Zu Pascual

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