Saturday, May 04, 2013

General Santos : Dinner @ Sarangani Highlands

Their version of the Baby Back ribs

Looking for a good restaurant to have a great dinner with sumptuous meal servings in General Santos City? I guess you knew it already where to head once you get here or happen to visit General Santos City. 

Or if you are still looking for a better place to dine in and have plan to have a short stay in General Santos City, do not waste your time, never miss to take a short visit and have a delightful moment of dinner with your family, or with your peers in the Sarangani Highlands.
The Crispy Tuna-one of their specialties. Far behind is the Seafood Pinakbet, a Filipino favorite cuisene.

These are the questions that I've always pinned once I get to a place where I've felt that I am stranger. So, if you are properly guided, then you have nothing to worry to get lost in this Tuna Blessed region in Southern Mindanao.

Like any other good restaurants, Sarangani Highlands offers not only a good Hotel to stay with a scent of mountain breeze of a real highland place and an ambiance of nature's good landscape and architecture, but they also offer best variety of foods. From Continental cuisine, Asian and Filipino cuisene.
Shark's Fin Soup
Sarangani Highlands is just 20 minutes away drive from the commercial hub or shall we say about 12 kilometers away from downtown. Located in an outskirt, Purok Wal, Tambler of General Santos City where you can see an overview of Sarangani Bay and the locally known and most visited by tourists, their Fish Port.

It started its business in mid 2000 after the owner bought the property because of its scenic view, gradually introduced its landscape to fit its location and its name and owned by one of the prominent tuna traders in this City, the Riveras. Residents of General Santos City frequented the place to relax.
Bonsai Plant Collection
This is actually part of our Ridge to Edge jaunt in the Southern Tip of Mindanao with my family and one of the greatest experiences that we had in this part of the Mindanao Region, visiting a prominent restaurant, the Sarangani Highlands

We have availed of this opportunity in courtesy of my humble friend, Dr. Remo Aguilar of the Hiker's Itch from Tacurong City.
Some of the photos that we had after up with our sumptuous dinner.


Photo Credits : To my wife
After you had your dinner, you can stay here overnight.

Here's the Room Rates of Sarangani Highlands : Subject to change without prior notice :

Deluxe Room Single                         =      1,800
Deluxe Room Double                       =      1,950
Family Room (7 individual beds)  =      2,250

Other inclusions :
- Free Wifi - which is important to any establishments, even resorts like in Gumasa Beach
- Free Airport transfer
- Hot and Cold shower for second floor rooms
- Televisions
Some deluxe rooms have verandas and mini-bar
-extra bed and extra person - P800

Opens from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. daily.
Daily Breakfast from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Entrance Fee of P100.00
(6 years old and up) consumables
  
How to get to Sarangani Highlands?

1. Just take a motorcycle (habal-habal) at the Bulaong Terminal with an estimated fare of 100-150 pesos depending on how you negotiate with the driver.
2. There's a landmark in there, a checkpoint, an entry point in going to the Sarangani Highlands.
3. From the Airport. There are taxis waiting to transport you to Sarangani Highlands.

How to Contact Sarangani Highlands?

Tel Nos. 0922-859-0043 for Sun Users like me; (083)-554-3336; 304-0752 Fax : 083-554-3336. Or email them : saranganihighlands@gmail.com

Or go to Sarangani Highlands's website : www.saranganihighlands.com

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Related stories of our Ridge to Edge Blog Series :

1. En Route to General Santos City via Tacurong City
2. Late Lunch in Tacurong City at VE-JR Ihaw-ihaw
3. Why Choose Gumasa White Sand Beach as your Summer Getaway Vacation?
4.  One Sublime Morning at Gumasa White Beach

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