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Cozy V-Day at Corregidor & Manila Bay

The Philippine Star

MANILA, Philippines - Love is in the air — and in the seas as Sun Cruises Inc. offers Hearts’ Day treats in historic Corregidor and scenic Manila Bay, starting tomorrow until Feb. 15.

Rediscover the hidden wonders of the World War II fortress with the Cozy Corregidor, which lets you see the island from a new light.

Dubbed as The Rock, the island is favorite destination for pre-nuptial shoots and honeymoons because of its old world charm and serene environs.

Relive the fire of romance as you go on a guided history tour of the picturesque sites aboard a circa 1930s tranvia-inspired bus, view the breath-taking sunset at Battery Grubbs, and relax in a poolside dinner.

Afterwards, go on a thrilling lateral tour of Malinta Tunnel which became the refuge of Pres. Manuel Quezon, Gen. Douglas McArthur and the Commonwealth government in 1942.

After the adventure, retire at Corregidor Inn after a relaxing body massage for two.

The next day, watch the breaking of a new day at the Eternal Flame Monument, which offers an overlooking view of the island’s southern tail.

Then, partake on a luscious breakfast before embarking on new activities and adventures like hiking, kayaking, swimming, bird-watching or biking.

For only P7,500 per couple, the romantic getaway covers round-trip fast ferry transfers, shrine entrance fees, two buffet lunches, and use of swimming pool and beach facilities.

Back at the city, you can admire Manila Bay’s world-famous sunset with the 75-minute Valentine Cruise for only P800 per person. 

Spicing up the experience is a sumptuous buffet dinner and live acoustic entertainment where guests can jam with the band with songs of the heart.

 For details, call Sun Cruises Inc. at 527-5555 or visit www.corregidorphilippines.com.

BATTERY GRUBBS

CORREGIDOR INN

COZY CORREGIDOR

ETERNAL FLAME MONUMENT

FEB

MALINTA TUNNEL

MANILA BAY

MANUEL QUEZON

SUN CRUISES INC

VALENTINE CRUISE

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