Mambukal Mountain Resort

Mambukal Mountain Resort is a resort that has hot sulfur spring and seven waterfalls.  There are lots of amenities to enjoy in Mambukal resort.  Situated in Murcia, Negros Occidental, going to the resort would take you 30 to 40 minutes travel from Bacolod city.  This place is great for family picnics and even for campers since they allow tents inside the vicinity.  There are also rooms and dormitory rooms for overnight stay.

How To Get There:

From Bacolod City downtown area ride a jeepney with the signage (Libertad-Shopping La Salle), for 7.50Php, ask the driver to drop you off in the bus terminal bound for Mambukal.  Take the bus with the signage Bacolod-Mambukal with 35Php fare.  It will take you straight to the resort.


Boating Lagoon

Butterfly Garden 

Riverview Hot Spring

Canopy Walk/ Hanging Bridge 

The Waterfalls 


Hot Sulfur Spring 

The Pool 

 Ishiwata Bath House 

There are indeed lots of things to do in Mambukal.  A day is not enough to enjoy all of the amenities..  For family outings, this place indeed is a must-visit.

Once you arrive in the entrance area, do not forget to visit the tourism office and ask for a map so that you will be guided accordingly on the attractions.  There are several signs/direction within the resort so that you wouldn’t get lost.

I advise that you bring food for picnic.  You can also do grilling in their designated grilling stations.


To know more itineraries visit:  The Philippine Travel Itineraries.

12 responses to “Mambukal Mountain Resort

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  2. Thank you on the info on how to get to Mambukal. I hope we’d be able to use this in our trip. Contemplating on just renting a car, but I find the use of public transpo cheaper. 😀

  3. hi! do you have a working contact number of the resort? will appreciate it, thanks! 🙂

  4. I have culled SIX numbers for them from various sites and NONE connects. Why don’t they have an email or other on-line facility!?

    • it is because they are managed by the provincial government of negros. just send email to their tourism dept,

      • Thanks for your help. First time I’ve seen this email and I’ve done some searching for the place!
        I thought this might be the case – so, worst case scenario, really, isn’t it? “Just” contact the Provincial Govt Office and nobody knows what you’re talking about, can’t take a payment for reservation and unable to provide information re rooms, etc or give you confidence that your booking is confirmed. Cynical? Yep. I’ve lived here since 2000; I know the score, unfortunately. Nevertheless, I’ll give the email address a go! I’ll let you know what happens!!

      • Yes.. Because i have heard that the provincial govt of negros occidental, specifically tourism sector, is the one managing the place. But that was 2013. Im not quite sure about their management today.

      • I emailed them at the address you supplied yesterday evening; so almost 24 hours ago. Now 5p.m Friday, so one wonders whether there’s any chance of a reply before Monday and even then I’m not holding my breath. The Resort should have direct contact numbers. People need to get away from the notion that to book somewhere you can “call in”. How do you call in if you’re distant? How about a foreign tourist about to take his international flight? We hear so much about increasing tourism in the RP, but “on the ground” things often (NO, not always) stumble along in the old, clumsy, parochial way…………!!!!!

  5. hi.. malayo b ung lalakarin going to falls?

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