Campuestohan Highland Resort
Campuestuhan Highland Resort owner Ricardo "Cano" Tan said he and his family have complied with the requirements in establishing the mountain resort.
Tan told NDB yesterday morning (during the visit of 15 Ms. Earth 2013 candidates from various countries) that anybody can check with the Talisay City government the status of the resort.
MS. EARTH 2013 CANDIDATES pose with Campuestuhan Highland Resort owner Ricardo "Cano" Tan during the international beauties’ visit to the resort in the upper Talisay City area yesterday morning. They planted trees at the resort’s "Miss Earth 2013 orchard," held pictorials at the sprawling beauty spot, and enjoyed the food and sceneries.* (Edith B. Colmo photo)
Former DOTC assistant secretary, Ricardo "Cano" Tan belied charges from a CARP beneficiary of denying access to their property which is located near the highland resort the Tan family has developed.
Tan said that he was surprised to know that Janet Salla has called for a press conference to air her allegations as he is of the belief that she will honor a compromise agreement between them interceded by the Social Action of Talisay City recently.
Nothing compares, not even close, to Campuestohan Highland Resort when it comes to providing the best view of Negros Occidental.
Nestled in one of the highest peaks of a mountain bordered by Bacolod City and Talisay City, the five-hectare Campuestohan Highland Resort offers the best panoramic view of Negros, and even overlooking the seas and island of Panay.
The tourist bus transported these mediamen and women with the young ones from Bacolod City proper to Campuestohan Highland Resort in 40 minutes.*
"This will be the newest tourist attraction in Negros. It offers the best view of Negros. It’s panoramic view of Negros is fantastic," Ricardo "Cano" Tan, owner of the resort, said.