A year ago, Kaye and I were contemplating on where to celebrate my 27th birthday. Surely, it wasn’t an easy decision given the 2 previous birthday celebrations I had (my 25th was in Singapore and my 26th was in Hong Kong) but since we haven’t planned on going to an international destination, at least for this year, we decided to go local instead. Then we had the green light for my 27th birthday: to stay at Midsayap, my ever beloved hometown, and a visit to one of the most fascinating tourist destinations the Philippines has seen in the last decade, Asik-Asik falls.
How to get to Asik-Asik Falls
Before we delve into the details of our buwis-buhay adventure, let met give you key points when going to Asik-Asik falls. Bear in mind that since I’m a proud son of Midsayap, I will be using Midsayap as the starting point. If you have questions on how to reach Midsayap, you can ask in the comments section.
Type of Payment
Double-tire Jeep (Midsayap to Alamada proper)* – 45-minute travel
Habal-habal (Alamada proper to Upper Dado and vice versa) – 1-hour (super bumpy) travel
Tourist Registration Fee (Upper Dado Brgy. Hall)
*This information is based on what I know is the current prevailing rate as we did not experience the double tire jeepney ride first-hand. We rode a private vehicle from Midsayap to Alamada. The actual rate may vary.
I already blogged about our Hong Kong Disneyland visit, blabbed about our extreme Ocean Park experience and discussed on how to tour Macau in 8 hours. This time, I cover the conclusion of our 4-day trip in Hong Kong by giving you our visits to Hong Kong’s most famous landmarks. Let’s get this over and done with, shall we.
Planning a side trip to Macau during your Hong Kong vacation? Don’t have the luxury of time or money (or both) to spend in Macau to have an overnight stay? Thinking of touring Macau in mere hours time? If you answered yes to all of these questions, then our story might be of help. This is our Macau tour, and we did it in only 8 hours.