Lake Wood is a lake located in Lakewood, Zamboanga del Sur in Mindanao island, southern Philippines. An adventure to Lake Wood is best if one reaches the site shortly before the sun sets. When night falls, the serenity is disturbed only by the croaking of crickets.
At daybreak, one can feel the cool mountain breeze and witness the fog slowly moving down the lake from the nearby mou ...
ntains. Dugout boats dart in and out of the early morning mist that blanket the impeccably still waters it a perfect for lake cruising.
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Lakewood indeed sounds like a strange name for a Philippine town, but it is a municipality in the province of Zamboanga Del Sur that gets its name from the wide, scenic Lake Wood, which itself has its own story, that intersects the length of the town. The natural charm of Lake Wood has slowly become known and has been drawing curious visitors from the country and beyond.
Lakewood indeed sounds like a strange name for a Philippine town, but it is a municipality in the province of Zamboanga Del Sur that gets its name from the wide, scenic Lake Wood, which itself has its own story, that inter ...
Lake Wood, at Zamboanga del Sur.
Alindahaw Lakeside Resort, Lakewood, Zamboanga del Sur.
The sun rises oozing with heat at temperatures between 320C and 360C. People living in non-air conditioned houses and those working in non-air conditioned environment sweat it out the whole day. Young and old both long to have some deep plunge to cool themselves. Indeed it's summer time.
People with lots of money to spend go to new-found nook and crannies, beautiful beaches and resorts with the family, friends, and officemates for bonding time. But locals in the Zamboanga Peninsula need not go far. Thanks to Mother Nature for giving us Lakewood.
The sun rises oozing with heat at temperat ...
Lakewood is a 4th class municipality in the province of Zamboanga del Sur, Philippines. According to the 2000 census, it has a population of 16,317 people in 3,122 households.
Lakewood was named after Lake Wood, a large lake intersecting the town. The most popular species of fish in the province can only be caught in the lake: the carpa and porang.
The Subanen tribe is the major ethnic group living in the suburban areas; they cultivate vegetables and corn for their own use. Subanens have their own dialect, but they also speak Cebuano as a common dialect for conversation. However, most of ...