I have this tendency to take a lot of things for granted, specially those that are near me – family (sometimes), friends (most times) and places (all the time). I have been to Batu caves in Malaysia but have never been to Kweba ng Angono (Angono Cave). I’ve seen the Angkor Wat temples but not the Angono Petroglyphs. Yeah I know…I will remedy that soon. There’s even a tennis court 10 minutes away from our house yet I chose to have my membership with a club in Quezon city.
So it shouldn’t come as a surprise if I haven’t heard of the BRCC until two Sundays ago when a friend of mine took me there. BRCC is Binangonan Recreation and Conference Center (I know it’s a mouthful). Binangonan is the next town after ours. If you’re coming from Angono, head to Binangonan townhall pass it and continue for another 5-7 minutes or until you see their entrance on your right (see photo above). The place is not new, they’ve been around for four years. Come to think of it, I was living in Pasig when they opened. I moved back about two years ago.
They have a bowling alley, two restaurants (I think), sports and wellness facilities, KTV, water park and a hotel.
The bowling center will be the first thing you’ll see, in here you can play duckpin or ten-pin bowling. For duckpin it’s PHP 50.00 per game/person and PHP 80.00 per person for a ten-pin game. Shoe rental is only 30.00 pesos.
The resto bar has live performances on most nights. This was their published schedule that day and I guess for the whole week.
There weren’t a lot of people when we went. It was the following Sunday after Easter and a week before the long labor day weekend. I know a lot of people went out of town on labor day. That my be the reason or this really is not a popular place.
They used to have tennis courts but my friend said they were turned into volleyball courts instead because the space was too tight for tennis. 🙁
Above is the entrance to the gym. I didn’t go in to take photos cause there were a bunch of people working out.
And then there’s the water park. Don’t let that slide fool you, the photo above is actually the adult swimming pool. Below is the kids’ pool.
This area is where we spent most of our time. Our visit was a spur of the moment kind of thing. We didn’t have a lot of money with us so we just sat by the pool area, ordered halo-halo and talked. I do hope to return soon to bowl or maybe bring my nieces and nephew for swimming.
If you also want to hang out by pool and maybe look at mountains then what are you waiting for? Entrance to the complex is free. For their complete rates, click here.