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White Rock Beach Resort in Subic Zambales
Philippines

A seven-hectare property nestled along Subic Bay amidst with calm waters. A wide beach area and a panoramic view of Subic Bay, the Subic Sunset and the Subic mountain ranges. White Rock Waterpark and Beach Hotel is a premiere Philippine-destination north of Manila. It boasts of a unique ambience, complete resort and waterpark facilities and amenities that makes it a ideal place for a well-deserved vacation. Because it is bordered by scenic mountains, the bay is practically tsunami-free.

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Chargée: 05/04/2010
Mis à jour: 24/10/2012
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Tags: white; rock; resort; beach; hotel; subic; zambales; philippines
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