The modular dock of Honda Bay Tourism Port provided by TIEZA. (Photo courtesy of Ms. Aileen Cynthia Amurao)

The Tourism Infrastructure and Enterprise Zone Authority (TIEZA) on Thursday officiallly turned over to the city government the modular floating dock at the tourism port of Honda Bay.

Aileen Amurao, city tourism officer, said the dock was installed during the last quarter of 2018 and serves about 500 tourists per day.

“Tayo ay natutuwa doon sa mga request natin ay ‘yan naman ang isa sa mga responses ng TIEZA chief operation officer (COO) Pocholo Paragas. Nakikita natin ‘yong suporta na ibinibigay nila para sa city government,” Amurao said.

She said the modular dock is part of her office thrust to ensure the safety and security of tourists.

Amurao added that TIEZA is studying how it can improve the entire wharf facility of Honda Bay.

“Of course, ‘yong mga locals din diyan na nagfi-fishing, diyan na din sila. Iyang Honda Bay wharf, nag-propose din tayo, nagre-request din tayo sa TIEZA for the entire development of the area. Gusto natin na ma-upgrade at talagang quality ang services natin,” she said.

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