Construction of the initial phases of the Badiangon Water Park Project, the coastal tourist spot development in San Juan, Gingoog City is now almost done. Browse latest onsite photos below including aerial shots by Philip Achacoso Nunez.

The initial development includes the waterpark, water playground, swimming pools, and cold spring lagoon.

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photo by Philip Achacoso Nunez
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photo by Philip Achacoso Nunez
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They recently tested the underwater lights.

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The slides are in place.

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This octopus will certainly become the waterpark’s distinct attraction.

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Construction of other facilities are still ongoing.

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Meanwhile, some locals have started using the facilities. Note the size of the giant octopus.

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with photos by Jane Pardenilla, Reggie Tuban, Sherey Reyes Ebio and SheLou Condeza – Leonor, Turismo Gingoog

This is just the initial phase, see below the full development as designed by Architect Farrah Perez-Jumawan (LGU Gingoog City).

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