Everything you need to know about Ormoc City: Where to Stay, Where to Eat, What to Do, How to Get There and Basic Phrases to get you Started
Ormoc City is the usual entry point of the visitors going to the province of Southern Leyte. The city is accessible by boat and buses coming from different part of the Philippines. It became a news item when a flash flood killed thousands of people in 1991.
Address: Real St., Ormoc City (Security Bank Bldg)
Contact Number: (053) 561 0258(053) 561 0258 or 0932 222 59370932 222 5937
Rates : Single room for P500, P250/person for dorm-type room
Hotel Don Felipe
Address: Cor. I. Larrazabal & Bonifacio Sts., Ormic City
Contact Number: (053) 255 3580(053) 255 3580
Sabin Resort Hotel
Address: Brgy. Bantique, Ormoc City
Contact Number: (053) 255 3801(053) 255 3801
Where to Eat in Ormoc City
Ground Floor, Superdome Building I. Larrazabal Street
Tel. No. (053) 561-1157(053) 561-1157
Tel. No. (053) 561-1247(053) 561-1247
Cor. San Pedro and Aviles Streets
Tel. No. (053) 255-2765(053) 255-2765
Things to Do in Ormoc City
Lake Danao is a mountain lake which has about a total area of 139 hectares. It’s about half an hour drive from the city proper. The lake’s water is a good place for boating, kayaking and fishing.
Lake Kasudsuran is a 12-hectare lake situated in the forest of Brgy. Gaas, Ormoc. It is only accessible by foot approximately 2.5 kilometers from the jump-off point at Sitio Maglahug.
Lake Janagdan is the smallest among the three signature lakes of Ormoc. The lake is only accessible by foot which is around 2 hours from the jump-off point in the barangay Cabingtan proper.
The Leyte Geothermal Power Field is considered to be the largest geothermal powerhouse in the country. This plant provides electricity to some part of LUzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
The biggest cross in the city can be found in the graveyard of the 1991 victims of the Ormoc flash flood that killed thousands of people. Every 5th of November every year, a mass is held in the site in memory of the victims who passed away in one of the Philippine’s worst tragedies.
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