Guiwanon Spring Park is sometimes called Luyang Spring Park (it is part of Brgy. Luyang). When I asked why it was called a spring park, the organization running the place pointed out that there were several springs spouting water beneath its footbridges. It's not obvious because those springs are surrounded by sea so that the water in the area is less salty.
The spring park is not obvious as well because its entrance is only a few feet wide. The park is actually located in the midst of a mangrove forest. At the end of the footbridge is a restaurant which can be used as a function area. It is suspended several feet above water on concrete stilts. There are only snacks or ready-to-eat food since it is not highly promoted as a restaurant.
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