One of Bohol’s most popular tourist destinations is Sikatuna’s Mirror of the World and Botanical Garden!
Come and enjoy this amazing scenery here in Bohol.
Travel the world at Sikatuna’s Mirror of the World Park in Bohol and explore, famous landmarks from all over the world here in Bohol!
It’s really an amazing place to visit and is becoming very popular!
Located at Brgy. Libjo Sikatuna Bohol, the Mirror of the World Sikatuna and Botanical Garden Bohol, Philippines, construction is almost complete in all phases.
See the KOI Fish Pond, Petronas Tower of Kuala Lumpur, San Francisco Bridge (USA), The statue of Christ the Redeemer (Rio de Janeiro), The Statue of Liberty (New York USA), Eiffel Tower (Paris, France), Burj Khalifa of Dubai, Restaurant and Caffe, Castle on Top of the highest hill, Opera Hall in Sidney and the 6 Cabins for Rental built with Norwegian style finish with Grass on the roof with an Infinity Pool
There is also an option to buy a small bag of fish food for the fish pond and hand-feed them. It is a really nice experience and something the kids will really love. Not only the kids but also adults will enjoy this experience as well.
PWD and Seniors Information
The park is very PWD and senior-friendly. The entrance road, internal roads, and walkways are all smooth concrete.
You will enjoy easy access to most of the landmarks here except the Christ the Redeemer. Presently they do not have any means to access the hill but they plan to improve this in the future.
In special cases, they will allow drop-off with seniors and/or PWDs in a van or SUV inside the park. Not through the main gate but through access to the other side of the park. Have your tour operator ask for guidance from the parking guards.
You can Visit Their Website at sikatunasmirroroftheworld.com for more information.
There are nice roomy PWD and senior-friendly restrooms just inside the park before the hill on the way up to the Cafe Acropolis with a breathtaking Panoramic view deck of the whole park!
If the summer tourism season in 2022 gets better they intend to purchase 2 electrical-driven Model T-Fords for seniors and PWDs to get around the park easier with park drivers for a small fee. (this is in the works)