(SPOT.ph) We often see it in movies: retirees having the time of their lives driving their trailers (a.k.a. RVs) for a cross-country vacation. These recreational vehicles are equipped with a bed, a small functional kitchen, and even a shower. And Balai Tanay in Tanay, Rizal, reimagined their own version of the RV: the Jeepney Camper, which can accommodate up to four people.
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The Filipino-themed trailer was made from a jeepney that was about to be sold for scrap. Its engine was removed, the interior was fitted with a queen-sized bed, and its roof was turned into a loft inspired by the bahay kubo. It has small benches, a refrigerator, and air-conditioning. Outside the jeepney, guests have access to an exclusive dipping pool. The camper doesn't have a kitchenette, but you're allowed to bring food or ask their staff to cook for you.