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By Mrs Tan Eng Leongs P6M pupils:2007
Sourcing for Materials Researching Reading up Accessing the internet Eliciting and Storing relevant information Phone calls Interviews Personal experiences
Task A family of four has decided to go on a holiday trip to one of the Asian countries. You are requested to plan a 5-day itinerary trip with a given budget of $5000.
Infusion Mathematics English Social Studies Information Technology
Things to include Place of visit/map Duration Itinerary Airfare, accommodation, transportation Culture of the people in the country to be visited Tourist attractions of the country Currency exchange
IT Programmes to be used for the presentation Microsoft Powerpoint Microsoft Frontpage Microsoft Word Microsoft Excel Adobe Photoshop
Consisted of four boys and two girls
Leader – Li Han Presenters – Jun Hui and Li Han IT aspect – Michael, Xin Yi and Jesslyn Researchers – Peter, Xin Yi and Jesslyn
Free and Easy, 5 days 3 nights, Bohol and Cebu Tour
Scenario A family of 4 is going for holiday. They have decided to visit Cebu and Bohol in Philippines. However, they have a budget of SGD$5000. Thus, they have to leave it to The Red Sofa to plan their holiday for them under their budget! =D The family comprises of two adults, and two children of ages 5 and 12 respectively.
Travel Insurance The family of four will be assured of essential coverage during their trip in case of complications. Travel Insurance Premium rateClassic Plan (group) Per Adult Per Child Per Day Rate Asia (per day) First 5 days Each Subsequent Day $5.00 $2.00 $1.25 $0.50 Minimum premium Per Policy (group) $54 The total cost of the insurance is $66.50
Airfare Cebu Pacific Air 4 people - no price difference in adult and child tickets (both way): AdultsNetTax 4SGD $138SGD $97 Total: SGD $940 (not including airport tax at airport in Philippines, to be paid at kiosk upon departure)
Ferry to Bohol RouteFare Cebu - TagbilaranPhP = SGD $17 Note: Fare does not include terminal fee. Terminal fee outgoing Cebu and Ormoc trips is PhP Prices do not include 12% VAT.
Land Transportation in Philippines Chartering a van is a convenient way to get around Bohol and Cebu. The family of four can get to their destinations easily. Cost for hiring a van in Bohol Cost for hiring a van in Cebu PhP 1,500PhP 1,300 Total: SGD $93
Accommodations at Bohol Alona Kew White Beach Resort Tawala, Panglao Island, Bohol, Philippines Accommodation Check-inCheck-outTotal Charge Superior Aircon Room (w/ Hot & cold Shower, CaTV) - With breakfast - Extra bed/person/night (PhP 700) 15 th February th February 2008 PhP 4,500 = SGD $
Accommodations at Cebu Hotel De Mercedes Room Type No. of Rooms Check-inCheck-outTotal Room Charge Senior Suite 1 double bed and 1 queen- sized bed (1) Mini-bar (1) Living Room (1) 117 th February th February 2008 USD = SGD$54.00
Tourist Attractions in Bohol Chocolate Hills (Carmen) - Most famous attraction of Bohol, over a hundred hills that turn brown during summer thus giving its name. Baclayon Church - Built by the Jesuits in 1727, old and grand with a museum with an interesting collection of religious relics and artifacts. Blood Compact Site - Signifies the agreement between Chief Sikatuna of Bohol and Spanish Leader Legaspi. Hinagdanan Cave - Has an underground bathing pool. Tarsier Trail - Home of the tarsier, smallest primate. Tarsiers in captivity are used to humans. Loboc River - Have lunch on a large bamboo raft while on a scenic river cruise down Loboc River. Punta Cruz Watchtower - Gives a splendid view of the Cebu Strait.
Tourist Attractions in Cebu The Lapu-lapu Monument - Chief Lapu-Lapu was a Muslim chieftain on Mactan, a couple of miles from Cebu. He is famous for being the first Filipino to resist Spanish colonization and many Filipinos think of him as a national hero. On April 27, 1521, Lapu-Lapu and his men stopped Portuguese explorer and sea captain Ferdinand Magellan and almost 50 Spanish troops as Magellan tried to come ashore on Mactan. Magellan died in the battle. A bronze statue of Lapu-Lapu is on Mactan. Cebu's international airport is also there. Magellan's Marker - Also on Mactan, Magellan's Marker marks the spot where the famous explorer died in knee deep water as he tried to come ashore. Magellan's Cross - The cross marks the spot where Filipino Christians were first Baptized on April 14, It is in a small kiosk on the grounds of the Basilica Minore del Santo Niño on Magallanes Street. The Basilica del Santo Niño - Cebu's holiest site and, some say, the soul of the city. The "Santo Niño" is inside the Basilica. The Santo Nino De Jesus is a statue - and now relic. It was a token of friendship between Magellan to a local noble woman, Queen Juana. The Basilica is the country's oldest church. It was built in 1565 and destroyed by fire in 1568, rebuilt in 1602, and again restored in 1740.
Tourist Attractions in Cebu Fort San Pedro - This, the oldest colonial fort in the Philippines, is also among the most well preserved. The fort was built in 1565, though much of the present structure dates to a renovation done in The fort is now a museum and includes a number of documents, sculpture, and art work along with historical artifacts from the fort. University of San Carlos - This Jesuit college is the oldest school in the Philippines, established in It was formerly called Colegio de San Ildefonso established by the Jesuits. Four galleries, big on anthropology. Capitol Building - Built in Beautiful piece of architecture. Described by one writer as "majestic and imposing," it is a replica of the U.S. White House. Casa Gorordo Museum - On Lopez Jaena Street. Restored home of the first Filipino Bishop of Cebu. Gives a glimpse of local life from about 1860 to 1920 and serves as something of a museum. Southwestern University Museum - Holds the collection of Lydia Aznar Alfonso, focused on pre-colonial Cebu. The collection includes Ming pottery from China and artifacts from across Southeast Asia.
Cebu Delicacies Kinilaw is often translated as "salad," but that is a poor translation because it doesn't really resemble what most Westerners think of when they use the word. Kinilaw is a combination of vegetables (tomatoes are the bulk) and raw fish flavored with a mixture of chilies, vinegar, and coconut milk. Escabeche usually gets translated as "sweet and sour fish." Kanding caldereta is usually translated as "goat stew." It is a gourmet dish in Cebuano culture. Tinola is among the most well known soups in the Philippines - spring onions, tomatoes, green chili, garlic, ginger, and a local herb similar to basil leaves. You can get fish tinola or chicken tinola. Sinigang is also a soup. It can have either fish or chicken in it. It is flavored with tamarind. Ginisan is usually served as a vegetable dish. It commonly includes bean sprouts, bamboo shoots, beans and cabbage cooked in soy sauce, vinegar, onions, and garlic. Inun Unan is a fish dish cooked in garlic and vinegar. Usually it is cooked in something like a crock pot. Most Western tourists are surprised at how much they like the dish... Pinakbet is a stir fried vegetable dish that includes pumpkin.
People and Culture of Cebu Most Cebuanos are descendants from Austronesian people, while some have Spanish and Chinese ancestry. Spanish and Chinese communities play an important economic and political role in Cebu. Cebuano culture is laid back and has preserved Hispanic traditions in its culture. The Philippines were under American rule for the early part of the 20th century, thus, American culture is pervasive in certain areas of life, with English being retained as the medium of instruction of most subjects in private schools and, to a lesser extent, in public ones. American culture also influenced contemporary music, the fastfood industry, etc. Cebuano is the indigenous language of Cebu. There are more than 20 million speakers of Cebuano. Cebuanos are conversant in Tagalog, as well as other Visayan languages such Hiligaynon and Waray-Waray. Cebu is predominantly Roman Catholic. Other religious minorities include Protestant churches of Assemblies of God, Word for the World, Iglesia ni Cristo, Jesus Miracle Crusade, Jehovah's Witnesses, God's Kingdom, the Baptists, a Reformed Baptist, The Church of Jesus Christ Latter Day Saints (Mormons), Taoists, Muslims, etc.
People and Culture of Bohol The main language spoken in Bohol is Boholano which is a dialect of Cebuano. Tagalog, Chinese, and English are also spoken by many of the residents. The minority Eskayan language is also taught in community schools in Biabas (Guindulman), Taytay (Duero) and Lundag (Pilar) but has no mother-tongue speakers. The majority of the population is Roman Catholic. Adherents of other Christian denominations like the Protestants and Iglesia ni Cristo account for a significant part of the remainder.
Itinerary - First Day 14 th February Departure at Budget Terminal Check in luggage Depart at on 15 th February th February Arrival at Cebu International Airport (04 00, Cebu time) Airport transfer to Cebu port Catch fast ferry to Tagbilaran (Bohol) Take taxi to Alona Kew White Beach Resort and check-in Breakfast Rest Charter van around tourist attractions Chocolate Hills Loboc River Tarsier Trail
Itinerary - Second Day Breakfast Snorkelling Baclayon Church Blood Compact Site. Hinagdanan Cave Punta Cruz Watchtower
Itinerary -Third Day Breakfast Catch fast ferry to Cebu The Lapu-lapu Monument Magellan's Marker Magellan's Cross
Itinerary -Fourth Day Breakfast The Basilica del Santo Niño Fort San Pedro University of San Carlos Capitol Building
Itinerary -Last Day Breakfast Casa Gorordo Museum Southwestern University Museum Departure from Cebu International Airport (19 00, Cebu time)\ Check in luggage Depart at on 19 th February 2008 Arrival at Budget Terminal (23 25)