Bars and restaurants now abound in Boracay—the options are almost limitless. In D’Mall alone, dining establishments are everywhere. But which of these really offer the most unique culinary experience?
Tired of exploring the Boracay beaches and trying out the many activities in the area? If you have a day to spare, checking out Ariel’s Point would be a great idea.
There’s more to Boracay than its fine sandy beaches and the bars and clubs along its shores. Why not try an adventure up in the sky or an exploration of the world down under?
A few nights in Boracay will not be complete without experiencing its vibrant nightlife—bars teeming with people from all over the world, fire dancers showing off daring and sometimes heartbeat-skipping moves, as well as loud upbeat music and dancing in a crowd. And the best way to experience most, if not all, of these in one night would be through a pub crawl.
When people plan a trip to and search for accommodation in Boracay, most look for resorts and hotels along the coast of stations 1, 2, and 3. During our recent trip, however, I’ve discovered a new part of Boracay that is poised to rise as a high-end private community in another part of the island—Newcoast, Boracay. An exclusive 150-hectare community, it is set to house world-class hotels that will cater to guests who are looking for a top-of-the-line exclusive experience.
Rainy days are here, but traces of summer still linger. I spent last weekend in Boracay in yet another office event planned by our team—3 days and 2 nights at the Savoy Hotel in Newcoast with visits to the main stations. The trip gave me the opportunity to revisit the many things and places I love about Bora.
Summer’s almost over, but who says you can’t still go on that group activity you’ve long been planning? This post is about another team building facility – Gratchi’s Getaway in Tagaytay. If you’re looking for a good location in the South, this one’s a good choice.