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Mambukal Resort and Hot Springs serves as the gateway to Mount. Kanlaon. The hot springs were originally developed by a Japanese man named Kokichi Ishiwata in 1927. Mambukal has a number of hot sulfur springs whose healing waters are a balm. Water continually feeds into the warm dipping pool. Mambukal is most popular as a day trip from Bacolod but for visitors who wish to take their time overnight accommodation facilities are available. The annual Mudpack Festival is an event one should consider as a unique event celebrating multi-colored clay.
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Mambukal Resort and Hot Springs serves as the gateway to Mount. Kanlaon.  The hot springs were originally developed by a Japanese man named Kokichi Ishiwata in 1927.  Mambukal has a number of hot sulfur springs whose healing waters are a balm.  Water continually feeds into the warm dipping pool.  Mambukal is most popular as a day trip from Bacolod but for visitors who wish to take their time overnight accommodation facilities are available.  The annual Mudpack Festival is an event one should consider as a unique event celebrating multi-colored clay.