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Issue #15 May 2013 - July 2013

Mermaids in Boracay! Page 132

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Station 2, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan Tel. No.: (036) 288 3507 / 288 3758 Fax No.: (036) 288 3770 Email: boracay@redcoconut.com.ph


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Issue #15 May 2013 - July 2013

CONTENTS It’s more fun in Boracay.........................6

Barry Chew

Geography ............................................7

Editor-in-Chief

Weather . .............................................. 8

Jennilee Luces Aira Diana Lou Simon

Tourist Seasons .................................... 8 Getting to Caticlan Jetty Port . ............... 9

Associate Editor

From Caticlan Jetty Port to

Barry Chew Vesta Hsiao

Getting Around . ..................................11

Paolo Javier

Communication ..................................12

Mark Anthony Fernandez

Boracay Island ................................10 Money ................................................12

Photography

Visa Extensions . .................................13

Paolo Javier

Map 7 Boracay Island ..........................15

Graphic Design

Coupons .............................................14 Map 1 Station 1................................... 16

Sales

Map 2 Station 1 and Sation 2 . .............18

Tel: 288 9999 Mobile: 0999-889-0042 or 0917-394-8083 jennilee.myboracayguidebook@gmail.com

Map 4 Station 3 ..................................22

Donna Joy De Guzman

Investment..........................................28

Jennilee Luces

Tel: 288 9999 Mobile: 0999-889-0042 or 0917-394-8083 donnajoy.myguides@gmail.com

Acknowledgements Cover shot by: Elena Yakusheva The Philippine Mermaid Swimming Academy Copyright 2009 by BMJ Media Corp. All rights reserved. This publication may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, in whole or in part without the express prior written permission of the publisher. The publisher assumes no responsibility to any party for the content of any advertisement in this publication, including any errors and omissions therein. By placing an order for an advertisement, the advertiser agrees to indemnify the publisher against any claims relating to the advertisement.

Map 3 Station 2 ..................................20 Map 5 Bulabog . ..................................24 Map 6 D’Mall ......................................26 Hotels and Resorts . ............................34 Shopping ............................................68 White Beach . ......................................68

D’Mall . ..........................................70 D’Talipapa . ....................................70 Plazoleta, E’mall & Tourist Center . ...72

Boracay Restaurants . .........................80 Bars, Pubs and Clubs . ......................116 Spa and Massage .............................122 Diving ...............................................128 Mermaids in Boracay/Activities......... 132 Directory........................................... 138 MyBoracay Adventures..................... 141


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It’s More Fun in Boracay! Come home to Paradise! Boracay Island is an awardwinning island destination in the Philippines! It was voted as the Best Island in the World, and even beat the likes of Ibiza and Miami as the top Party Beach, not to mention it hosts the Best Kite Surfing location in Asia! Boracay is a tiny island, located on the northern end of Panay Island. It’s only 7kms long, and 1km wide at its narrowest. Despite its size, Boracay has everything to offer for travelers, holidaymakers, and locals! From the most luxurious 5-star hotels, to mid-range accommodations, and backpacker hostels, you will definitely find something to suit your budget! Boracay is also a food haven, having hundreds of restaurants featuring cuisines from all over the world, you will never run out of options. Famous for its pulsing nightlife, White Beach never sleeps! Hop from reggae bars, clubs, and pubs offering happy hours every night! If the party scene gets a bit tiring, there are several quiet beaches that you can laze around on a hot day. For extreme adventurers, there are numerous day trip excursions for you


to explore jungles, lagoons, and scenic sights on neighboring islands. Boracay’s back beach, or Bulabog beach is the water sports playground for kitesurfers, and windsurfers! Discover what the island has in store for you and take time to read this guide book, made especially to help you get the most out of your vacation!

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Caticlan Panay Island

Geography Boracay is located on the western part of Visayas, specifically in the province of Aklan, one of the four provinces in Panay Island. It is 350 kilometers south of Manila, and comprised of three barangays— Yapak in the North, Balabag in the center, and Manoc-Manoc in the South. The whole island, shaped like a dog-bone, is only 7kms long and 1km wide at its narrowest. The main tourism area, White Beach, is 4kms long and is divided into three stations— Station 1, Station 2 and Station 3. The stations were named after boat stations back in the day when boats still docked on the beach. The second most popular beach is on the opposite side of the island called Bulabog Beach, where water sports enthusiasts gather to surf and sail their kites. Boracay has 10 other beaches, like Puka Shell Beach, located in the north, and some other secluded beaches such as Diniwid Beach, Ilig-Iligan Beach, Punta Bunga Beach, Balinghai Beach, Lagutan Beach, Tambisaan Beach, Manoc Manoc Beach, Cagban Beach, Tulubhan Beach and Lapus Lapus Beach. Some beaches are owned by private resorts but several are still accessible by dirt road or boat.


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Weather

Amihan - High Season (November to March) | 25-32°C (77-90°F) Cool at night and warm day time, moderate rain, northeasterly to easterly winds Summer (April / May / June) | 28-38°C (82-100°F) Hot and mostly dry, sometimes easterly to southeasterly trade winds Habagat - Low Season (May/June to September/October) | 25-32°C (77-90°F) Winds from the southwest, moderate to heavy rainfall, humid

Tourist Seasons

Low Season is when the wind blows “westward” onto White Beach. There is more rain than usual, but there are fewer tourists, and lower prices on accommodations, as well as cheaper goods and services. The low season begins in June, and ends in October. During High Season, the wind comes from the east side of the island, and White Beach is protected. The wind blows out to sea, leaving the beach pristinely clean and generally calm. Since it is winter in the northern hemisphere, most foreign tourists come in numbers to escape the cold from their countries. This is also the best time for water sports since the wind is reliable for kite surfing on Bulabog Beach. High Season starts in October and ends in May. Peak Season is when tourists visiting Boracay reach its height. This is usually around the holidays of Christmas, New Year, Chinese New Year, and Holy Week (Easter Week). Some resorts have a +10% to +25% premium on their rooms, and the island gets fully booked. Make sure you book as far in advance as possible.


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Getting to Caticlan Jetty Port By Air:

The most convenient way to go to Boracay is to fly by plane. 1. Caticlan Airport – This is a small airport located 5 minutes away from Caticlan Jetty Port. Because of its small runway, only turboprop airplanes are used. Domestic carriers such as Cebu Pacific and Air Philippines are the only ones who use this airport. It is possible to walk

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from the airport to the jetty port, but if you’re carrying heavy luggage, you can also take the tricycle for P50. 2. Kalibo Airport – A larger airport located 90 minutes away from Caticlan Jetty Port. From the airport, travelers have to take a van or use a transportation service to go to Caticlan port. There are some international flights using this airport, and most airlines are available. By Sea: For adventure-seekers, a budget cruise-line known as 2GO, departs from Batangas Port (2 hours away from Manila) and sail to Caticlan Port, for roughly 9-10 hours. By Land and Sea: Another way to reach the island is by taking a RORO, or Roll On/Roll Off Bus Ferry. The trip

Caticlan to Boracay Helicopter transfer see page 152 Private plane charters see page 153


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is a combination of overland bus travel and sailing. From Manila, the bus will take you to Batangas Port, ferry to Calapan, Mindoro and then stop at Roxas, Mindoro before traveling to Caticlan Port. This is perfect for those who seek the cheapest and off-beaten path to Boracay. The journey can take from 12-15 hours.

From Caticlan Jetty Port to Boracay Island

Upon Arriving in Caticlan Jetty Port, tourists have to pay an Environmental Fee of 100Php, Terminal Fee of 25Php and a Boat Fee of 25Php. These tickets are bought outside before entering the luggage check. The ferry from Caticlan to Boracay (Cagban Port during High Season & Tambisaan Port during Low Season) runs from 5:00AM to 6:00PM. There are ferries that travel at night from 6:00PM to 9:00PM that costs 30Php. There are some ferries that sail after 10PM, called Night Navigation, but you have to check and book with a special transportation service. Both Cagban Port and Tambisaan Port are located on the southern tip of the island. From either of the ports, it will take you 10-15minutes to go to White Beach. There is a terminal of chartered tricycles outside the port which costs 150Php for a maximum of five persons. However, if you don’t have much luggage, you can walk further outside the port and get a regular tricycle for 20Php per person, to take you to White Beach.

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Getting Around

Most of the tourists stay near White Beach, where the majority of the accommodations, bars, restaurants, and activity centers are located. It is possible to walk from one station to another, but if you’d like to take a tricycle, you can just hail one on the main road for 10Php per person (non-chartered). Bulabog Beach, where water sports enthusiasts practice kite surfing, is only a 10 minute walk from central White Beach. If you want to get around the island and see other beaches, such as the Puka Shell Beach, you can hire a tricycle for 150Php per hour. The highest point on the island is the Ocean Tower on Mt. Luho. This is a great sight-seeing point, and can be reached by riding tricycle, or with a half an hour trek using Lapus-Lapus Road from Bulabog Beach. If you prefer to explore the island on your own, there are bicycles for rent around White Beach. Motorbikes are also available, as well as ATVs, and Buggy Cars. If you want to travel by sea, a traditional Visayan sailing boat with two outriggers, Paraw, can be chartered for a day trip.


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Money

The currency is the Philippine Peso (PhP). Bill denominations are: 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1,000 pesos. It is better to bring your cash in 500 PhP denominations as you will find that getting change for 1,000 Peso bill can be difficult at times. ATMs dispense in 500 and 1,000 PhP bills. There are ATMs on White Beach, at D’Mall, and on the main road that accept foreign debit/bank cards. There are three banks on the island: Allied Bank of the Philippines, Bank of the Philippine Islands and Metrobank. During high and peak season the ATM’s tend to run out of cash and are not refilled until the next business day, so withdraw money early in the day and before the weekend. Foreign Currency is best exchanged at the banks or money changing stores. Only big restaurants and hotels accept credit cards including MasterCard, Visa and American Express. Personal checks are generally not accepted. Traveler’s checks get a lower exchange rate and should be changed at Allied Bank or the Boracay Tourist Center. The Tourist Center will also give cash advances on credit cards (7%+ fee), and safety deposit boxes are available for rent.

Communication

Boracay Island is serviced by three mobile providers, SMART, SUN CELLULAR and GLOBE. They have good reception through most of the island. Visitors can purchase a SIM card with a local number for 65 Php then buy Pre-Paid Calling cards for 100Php or 500Php, or electronic load for as low as 10Php. Text messages are the main form of communication at a cost of 1 peso per text, making the Philippines one of the Text Capitals of the World. Standard call rates range from 6 to 8Php per minute.


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International texts are priced between 15-20Php, while regular IDD calls are normally $0.40 per minute. Landline best forofinternational calls. There are several Welcomecalls to are thecheaper, tropicaland paradise Boracay Island! It’s 4km long, International Phone the White Beach footpath and has in D’Mall. powder white sandbooths beachalong and crystal clear turquoise water been Some phone service, but generally more voted resorts one of also the have best international beaches in the world. Boracay Island isat about expensive rates. Philippines country code is +63. Boracay’s area code is 7km long, and hasGuide’s severalphone remote beaches around island,would as well (036). My Boracay number calling from the overseas be as Bulabog Beach, which is the best kiteboarding and watersports +63 36 288-9999. beach inhas Asia. Boracay is acafes vacationer’s paradise, withinluxury Boracay several internet along White Beach and D’mall 5orstar the Tourist they have a faster something connection for thananyone’s most. Half hour hotels, Center, throughwhere traditional bungalows; budget is one hour around 50-70 However, a good andaround taste.25-35 There PhP are and all kinds of activities on the PhP. island, most famous number of restaurants and bars offering free Wifi.are There is afantastic private for the diving, kiteboarding, andare windsurfing. There many post office inon thethe Tourist Center openaround from 9am-10pm There restaurants island with which flavorsisfrom the world.daily. Boracay is is one LBC branch in Station 3 on the main road along with a new branch above all else famous for it’s nightlife, with pubs, bars and dance clubs next to Budget Mart. that are latenewspapers into the night. Take the timeand to get acquainted There arejumping two local covering events happenings onwith the the information in this book to help you find what you need to make island called the “Boracay Sun” and “Boracay Informer”. You can findyour this for popular establishments island. There are major FM stayfree theatmost incredible vacationon yet.theEnjoy paradise andthree remember to Radio Stations,you Yes are FM 91.1, EasyonRock 93.5 and Radio Boracay 106.1. keep smiling, officially vacation!

Mabuhay!

Visa Extensions Geography The Bureau of Immigration (BOI) can extend visitor visas as well as process

Boracay is in required the province Aklan, For located in Panay. This is the other changes in visaofstatus. visa extensions you will be center of the Philippines. These central islands are the Visayas, required to make photocopies of your passport and fill out a visa application regionThe 6. cost varies depending on your visa and desired length of stay. form. Withcan 18,058 of Boracay is 1006 hectares You expectlocal to payresidents, 3,030.00 the Php Island for a 38-day extension. Please extend and weeks shapedbefore like avisa dogexpires bone.toIt avoid is about 7 km long,is and 1 km wide 1-2 penalty. There a dress code so at it’s wearing narrowest. White Beach and tops. Bulabog beach avoid board shorts or tank They are are the onprimary androad secondary located the main next to tourism Nirvana beaches, located ofFriday each Resort, andboth are open fromopposite Monday to other. at 8am to 12 noon and 1pm to 5:30pm. There is another branch in2km Kalibofrom near Boracay is located the airport next to Saylo Restaurant. Caticlan, the mainland gateway For moreand information callto288-5267 for sea air access Boracay. (Boracay) 500-7601 (Kalibo). There are ports both in the south of


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With its long stretches of white sandy beaches, tropical weather, and amazing turquoise waters, Boracay is not just a premier tourist destination. Over the years, Boracay has changed dramatically from being an untouched piece of nature to a booming island catering to all kinds of different travelers. From luxury villas, tree houses, condominiums, apartments, and resort residences, the island offers you properties and investment opportunities that you won’t find anywhere else. Aqua Boracay by Yoo is the first resort residence designed by Yoo in the Philippines. Yoo is a UK-based firm known for its world-class portfolio of clients around the globe. The property is located in Bulabog Beach, the best kite boarding beach in Asia. If you’re looking for other investment options, BBC - Boracay Business Center, established in 1989 is one of the most well known real estate offices on the island. Give them a call, and you will be helped by their friendly personal. SPR Boracay is a Swiss-owned real estate office providing sales and rentals for luxurious beach huts, holiday houses as well as plots of land. Cohiba Villas offers private condominium units at the top of a cliff, with breath taking views of the ocean and Bulabog Beach. The island’s development is set to skyrocket with the expansion plans of the airport in Caticlan and many large developers moving in to start projects of their own. This is the perfect opportunity to have a piece of this world-class paradise for your own!

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Location Address: Bulabog (Mt. Luho) Boracay, Malay, Aklan Map 5 Tel. No.: (036) 288-4792 | 0917-7230649 (Mobile) Page 24 Email: sales@cohibaboracay.com, info@cohibasales.com B-3 Website: www.cohibaboracay.com, www.cohibasales.com


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Hotels & Resorts White Beach, Boat Station 1

Station 1 is the northern section of White Beach and is home to some of the luxury resorts in Boracay. Almost all the resorts are right on the beach, and offer in-house services that you would expect from high end resorts. The sand is the nicest at this end of white beach, and is generally quieter than station 2.

White Beach, Boat Station 2

Station 2 is the restaurant, shopping, entertainment, and party central of White Beach. You can find some high-end resorts, and mid-range accommodations as well as many of the hippest bars and pubs in this area. D’Mall is also located in this station, making it the busiest part of the beach. You can see that more than a hundred small tourist shops and restaurants stretch from the beach all the way to the main road.

White Beach, Boat Station 3

Station 3 is the last section of White Beach to be developed. Most of the remaining budget and native style bungalows are located here. There are a number of good and cheap restaurants, diving shops, and little stores found in this area. Although just recently, more upscale resorts and services have been developed to take advantage of this station’s relaxed atmosphere. This is the first part of the beach to get empty.

Bulabog Beach

Bulabog Beach is the 2.5km long water sports beach of Boracay, and is located on the east side of the island. It is known as the “Number One kite boarding beach in Asia”, and is protected by a huge reef. It offers jet skis, parasailing and boating of all types during Habagat season. It is a 5 minute walk from D’Mall and 10 minutes from White Beach. There are several quiet resorts lining the beach, and a few bars worthy to check out.

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Address: Station 1, Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan Location Tel. No.: (036) 288-3794 to 97 Fax No.: (036) 288-3016 Map 1 Email: info@willysbeachclubhotel.com, Page 17 weddings@willysbeachclubhotel.com F-4 Website: www.willysbeachclubhotel.com


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Location Address: Station 2, White Beach Map 2 Tel. No.: (036) 288-6129, 288-3301 Email: mangoray@kalibo-cable.tv Page 19 mangoray@hotmail.com G-4 Website: www.mango-ray.com

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Location Address: Boracay Island, Malay, Aklan, Philippines Map 2 Tel. No.: (036) 288-3020 | (Fax) (036) 288-3017 Page 19 Email: info@lareserve-boracay.com E-3 Website: www.lareserve-boracay.com


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Location Address: Station 2, Balabag, Boracay Island, Philippines Map 2 Tel. No.: (036) 288-3233 | 288-3067 (Fax) Email: deparisroger@yahoo.com | deparisroger@hotmail.com Page 19 H-4 Website: www.deparisboracaybeachresort.com Like/Add us on Facebook / deparisresort@yahoo.com


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Address: Boracay Eco-village Resort Tourism Economic Zone, Location Map 7 Yapak, Boracay Island Tel. No.: (036) 288-5826 | 288-5825 | 288-4118 Page 15 Email: boracayecovillage@ymail.com B-2 Website: www.boracayecovillage.net /www.boracayconventioncenter.com


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Location Address: Station 3 Sitio Angol, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay Island Map 4 Tel. No.: (036) 288-5053 | 288-5055 | 288-5058 (Telefax) Page 22 Email: jungts74@hanmail.net B-4 Website: http://www.boracayoceanclub.com


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Address: Tulubhan, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay Island Tel. No.: (036) 288-5232 | 288 2000 Email: boracaywaterworld@ymail.com Website: cafe.daum.net/windsurfingboca facebook: bww_resort@yahoo.com

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Location Address: Station 2, Balabag, Boracay Island Map 2 Tel. No.: (036) 288-3140 Page 19 Email: mail@nirvana-resorts.com G-2 Website: http://nirvana-resorts.com/


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Oro Beach Resort‌ Paradise found.

Location Address: Station 3 Boracay Island Map 3 Tel. No.: (036) 288-3303 | 288-4627 (Fax) Page 21 Email: boracaypeninsula@yahoo.com H-4 Website: http://www.boracaytrinidadresorts.com us at Station 1 in our recently constructed Jyouoin amenity-rich resort. Our Beachfront Cabanas give the opportunity to enjoy white beach while sipping

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Location Address: Station 1 Boracay Island Map 1 Tel. No.: (036) 288-3085 | 288-4268 (Fax) Page 16 Email: lasbrisasboracay@gmail.com C-5 Website: http://www.boracaytrinidadresorts.com


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Location Address: Station 2 Manggayad, Balabag, Boracay Island Map 3 Tel. No.: (036) 288 4085 to 86; 288 4380; 288 4379 (FAX) Page 20 Email: inquiry@boracayholidayresort.com C-2 Website: http://www.boracayholidayresort.com


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Location Address: Station 1 Road 1-A, Balabag, Boracay Map 2 Tel. No.: (036) 288-3047, Fax: (036) 288-3816 Email: seabirdresort_boracay@yahoo.com Page 19 Website: seabirdinternationalresort.com F-3


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Strolling along White Beach and checking out the little shops is a great way to feel the island vibe! There are countless shops selling everything from sunglasses, pearls, model sailboats, fake watches, belts and numerous little souvenirs for your friends back home! If you want customized souvenir, there are shops that paint your name or any words you like on bracelets, cups and other trinkets. You can also check out the local artists doing their interpretation of Boracay’s sunset on hand painted T-shirts. If you want some pampering, there are numerous massages offered by local masseuses. Stalls doing hair braiding and henna tattoos are all lined up and down the beach. Island activities such as scuba diving, helmet diving, parasailing, paraw sailing, and other water activities are also available. If you’re feeling a bit frustrated from all hawkers, just give them a smile and politely decline their offer, after all you are here to relax on vacation.


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D’Mall D’Mall Shopping Area is at the heart of White Beach. Located in Station 2, and starting at Budget Mart on the Main Road, going down to White Beach, you will see an array of shops ranging from designer clothes, souvenirs, swimsuits, optical and dental services, upscale and mid-priced restaurants, a European Deli offering all kinds of great imported products, and some great places to enjoy some cocktails. If you enter the D’Mall using the road beside Crafts Super Market, you can find a wet market selling fresh fruits and vegetables, seafood, and meats. There are also a good number of cheap eateries around this area as well as some budget resorts. D’Talipapa D’Talipapa is another shopping area located in Station 2. If you plan on cooking, this is a great place to shop for fresh vegetables, seafood, meats and spices. There are also some Paluto restaurants around where they will be happy to cook up any dish you like! Aside from its food offerings, you can stretch your money by shopping for cheap souvenirs along the numerous alleyways. Don’t forget to haggle in order to get the best prices!


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Plazoleta Plazoleta is a native-style shopping strip in Station 2. This small strip offers a unique shopping experience with Juice Bar and Lonely Planet at the corner, as well as a line-up of little stores selling art works, handicrafts, percussion drums, leather goods, and distinct souvenirs. If you start craving for Thai Food while shopping, try out restaurant Siam at the back of Plazoleta. At night, the whole area transforms into a hip dance club. More shopping can be found along the main road near station 3 at E-Mall. Check out the latest fashions at Mango outlet, dine on Chinese cuisine at Yumsing, exchange foreign currency or pick up some meds at the pharmacy. If you continue on the dirt road towards the beach you will find Galleria De Boracay. Here you can enjoy tasty low cost meals at Zest.

Tourist Center Check out the Tourist Center for a one stop service center that offers private postal services, business center, island information, travel & tours, forex & card services, safety deposit boxes, beachfront massage and shopping center with export quality clothing, handicrafts, accessories, Filipino delicacies and imported goods. Located on White Beach between station 2 and 3.


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BORACAY SAFETY TIPS • Ensure the safety of your valuables (money, jewelry, laptop, etc.) avail a safety deposit box when leaving your hotel/resort. • Do not leave your valuables unattended on the beach while swimming. • Leave important documents (passport, plane tickets, etc.) at the resort’s safety deposit box when going island hopping or other water activities. To ensure the safety of your cellphones and other gadgets, put them in a water proof bag. • Avoid swimming when drunk or after taking heavy meals. • Swim only in designated areas for safety and to avoid accidents. • Bring enough money when going bar and disco hopping. • Avoid going to dark places with a stranger. • Always keep your room windows and door properly locked. For emergency and assistance call phone numbers below: Police Boracay (036) 288-3066 Department of Tourism (036) 288-3689 Malay Tourism (036) 288-7108

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More than just Paradise, Boracay is a food heaven for everyone! The island has a great concentration of various cuisines from all over the world! The amazing selection of flavors stemming from Thai, Greek, Spanish, Mexican, Cuban, Moroccan, Norwegian, German, Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Canadian, Korean, French, British and Filipino, gives an incredible dining experience that you will never find anywhere else. Boracay’s food culture can be attributed to a high level of diversity among people who decided to open up restaurants and serve dishes from their home countries. From upscale restaurants to the numerous buffets along White Beach where you can gorge on fresh grilled seafood, you will definitely have a gastronomical adventure!


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Location Address: Station 2, Balabag, Boracay Island, Philippines Map 2 Tel. No.: (036) 288-3233 | 288-3067 (Fax) Email: deparisroger@yahoo.com | deparisroger@hotmail.com Page 19 H-4 Website: www.deparisboracaybeachresort.com Like/Add us on Facebook / deparisresort@yahoo.com


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Location Address: Calle Remedios, Sitio Manggayad Map 3 Tel. No.: (036) 288-5786 Page 21 Email: dosmestizos@gmail.com E-3 Website: www.dosmestizos.com


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Address: Front Beach, Station 2, (Beside D’ Mall), Boracay Island Tel. No.: (036) 288-6473, 666-2227 Mobile: 0927 202 2419 Email: gasthofcafelei@yahoo.com; leiyamamoto20@yahoo.com

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Location Address: Station 2, G/F Kamayan Bldg. (beside Crafts) Balabag, Malay, Aklan. Map 6 Tel No.: (036) 288 2283 call for FREE DELIVERY Page 26 Smart - 0928 860 3056 Globe - 0906 227 5364 G-1 Website: www.tilapianchips.com


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Address: DMall, Main Road, Rooftop of Crafts Supermarket Tel. No.: (036) 288-6857 Email: craftsofboracay@yahoo.com.ph Website: www.craftsofboracay.com


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Address: Station 2, Barangay Balabag, Boracay Island Tel. No.: (036) 288-2358; 288-1448 local 735 Email: carusoboracay@gmail.com Address: 210 Nicanor Garcia St. (formerly Reposo St.) Bel-Air Village, Makati City, Philippines Tel. No.: (632) 895-2451; Fax.: (632)895-8790


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Location Address: D’ Mall, Unit # 82 Phase 4, Boracay Island Map 6 Tel. No.: (036) 288-2236 Page 26 Email: supersubmarinesandwichshop@gmail.com C-4 Like us on Facebook: Super Submarine Sandwich Shop


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Voted as one of the world’s top Party Beaches, Boracay’s nightlife continues to impress with it’s smorgasbord selection of the hippest bars and clubs! Happy Hour usually starts from 5 to 7, although some bars extend this until 8pm. Enjoy your cocktail while chilling on a beach bean bag chair, have your drink served in your cabana, or grab a beer at your resort’s pool bar. This is the island that never sleeps! Station 3 has a more laid-back party culture with its native style reggae bars. Check out Red Pirates for an old beach bar shack style, great music, cool people and a cozy atmosphere. They mostly serve drinks, and food is only available every Friday during BBQ night. Probably the heart of the party and center of all action is Station 2 withs an unbeatable nightlife starting from Regency’s full band on the beach and brand new Wave Club with an air-conditioned dance floor. The Boracay Mandarin Island Hotel also has a live band you can enjoy while dining. Summer Place caters to the club goers, where DJ’ed parties are usually one of the last to go down every night. Epic is a great choice if you want to dine and dance the night away. D’Hobbit House has nightly performers. Bom Bom Bar and Pat’s Creek offer a very relaxed reggae environment with nightly performers. Mint also has live music directly on the beach. Bamboo


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Lounge has regular fire dancers who will light your cigarette while twirling fire in your face, if you are brave enough! Nigi Nigi Nu Noos is a great place to enjoy ice cold San Miguel draft or tropical cocktails in a native style bar and restaurant. Don’t miss out on all you can beer and ribs every Friday evening! Juice Bar in Plazoleta draws a young crowd every night, while Exit Bar, located between Bom Bom and Red Coconut has a great mix of locals, divers, kiteboarders and all around interesting people. Expats often congregate at Crafty’s Rooftop Bar above Crafts Supermarket, Rumbas in D’mall, and Nigi Nigi Nu Noos. Station 1 is also home to a lot of cool and happening bars on the beach, but most of them are inside resorts. Ariel’s House and Friday’s have great live music on selected nights! If you go to Station 1’s Main Road, Boracay’s oldest bar, Cocomangas hosts Full Moon Parties, and the iconic drinking game of “Still Standing after 15”. Partygoers who can still stand up after drinking 15 shooters receive a plaque on the wall and a shirt, plus one point for their country. Club Paraw offers great food, dancing and lounging on White Beach. Best time to party? Every night! However a few times of year stand out as the best since a lot of money is put into brand promotion so you can expect party grandeur. Come for Halloween, Christmas/ New Year week and Holy week (Easter) if you want to see some of the best parties in the world.


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Your vacation wouldn’t be complete without some pampering! Treat yourself to some of the numerous spas and massages on the island! For the budget travelers, there are many independent women that walk down the beach and offer massages right on the sand for 300Php. There is a good number of massage stations located on the footpath for 350Php. Some hotels have massage houses on the beach that offer quality massages. Some hotels offer in-house massage services on the beach or in your room. If you are looking for a fantastic spa in station 3, try Yasuragi for massages, wet and dry saunas, and a Jacuzzi tub. For beautification treatments and excellent massages, try the newly opened Bella Isa. Palasa Spa and Luna Boracay Spa and Massage also have a whole range of excellent spa and massage services. For more upscale treatments and ultimate pampering, try Mandala Spa & Villas and Regency Kai Spa.


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Diving

Diving is an extremely popular activity in Boracay! See the island’s thriving sea life and marvel at the array of colorful fish, corals, shipwrecks and more! The waters surrounding Boracay have excellent sites for beginners and experienced divers alike. The waters are packed with vibrant fish and reefs, wreck sites, caves and canyons. There are 30+ great dive sites within 30 minutes of Boracay. Diving is year round, although the best time to go diving is December to June. PADI Discovery Dive is for those who want to experience diving for the first-time and is priced at Php 3,000. For a full course, the most common is the PADI open water certification course for Php 20,000. Other courses available are advanced open water, enriched air, Yapak IV Bat Cave and rescue through dive master. Some Yapak III 5 Yapak II dives offered in Boracay are drift dives, Yapak I night dives, cave dives, deep dives, and Punta Bunga wreck dives! Ilig-Iligan My Boracay Guide would like to thank Dustin and Blue Mango Diving for the following information. The Blue Mango establishment is a dive center, boutique hotel, and restaurant.

Baling-Hai I Baling-Hai II

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Friday’s Rock

Friday Reef Virgin Drop

Tulubhan Reef

Red Coco

2 Ship Wreck (Camia II)

Coral Garden

Tambisaan Reef

Crystal Cove Island 3Crocodile Reef

Angol Point

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Location Address: Station 3 Boracay Island Map 4 Tel. No.: (036) 288-5486 | 288-5469 | (63) 9189193830 (Mobile) Page 22 Email: info@divegurus.com B-4 Website: http://www.divegurus.com


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Address: Tabon Point, Caticlan, Malay, Aklan mobile: 0918.911.81.34 Email: info@crystalcoveisland.com Website: crystalcoveisland.com

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Mermaids in Boracay! The Philippine Mermaid Swimming Academy (PMSA)

is the first of its kind in the world to offer regular Mermaid Lessons! Mermaiding— or swimming with a Mono-fin tail is more than just about fulfilling your childhood dream of becoming a mermaid. The water sports activity is based on the diving science of fin swimming, and incorporates basic swimming styles. It strengthens the body’s core and allows you to work your leg muscles. The two-hour introductory lesson is composed of six parts (mermaid introduction and stretching, how to wear and care for the mermaid tail, swimming with the tail and floaters, swimming without floaters, swimming practice and drills, and individual assessment). After the necessary introduction, students can learn how to do surface swimming while snorkeling. Upon completing it, the mermaids can do scuba diving! According to Normeth Preglo, one of the founders of PMSA, mermaiding can help non-swimmers build the confidence to learn how to swim. There’s something magical about putting on a mermaid tail and moving across the water that makes students motivated and feel less afraid of swimming. “We have students who come here and they don’t know how to swim, but with a tail, they can swim well!” She said. The friendly Mermaid Coaches of PMSA are actually certified Rescue Divers with extensive background in conducting swimming lessons. The academy just started in November of last year, and it continues to expand on the neighboring islands of Tablas, Dumaguete and Cebu. A Manila based school is also on the way! However, one of the events worth anticipating is the Mermaid Olympics. In this competition, the mermaids can showcase free style tricks with their tails. Aside from being a water sport, Normeth believes that mermaiding is a good way to promote environmental consciousness. She said that the academy engages local communities in preserving the ocean by carrying out awareness raising activities, “because if we don’t have clean oceans, there will be no mermaids”. When asked about the rewarding part of this sport, she said, “When you swim with a tail, suddenly, you’re part of the ocean.” PMSA offers daily lessons and courses. Have your first mermaid experience today! Book your lessons today with My Boracay Adventures by calling 036 288 9999 or 09998890042 or 09173948083


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Location Tablas Island, Romblon

+63919 4838591 info@tablasfun.com


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Habagat Address: Bulabog Beach Map 2 Tel. No.: (036) 288-3766 (036) 288-2527 Page 19 Email: info@kite-asia.com E-4 Website: www.boracay-kiteresort.com


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Location Address: See White Beach Maps for location Tel. No.: (036) 288-4599 | 09177233172 / 09184905619 (Mobile) See White Beach Maps Email: roland@boracayactivities.com for location Website: www.boracayactivities.com


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Location Address: Sitio Campong, Brgy. Canyayo, Santa Fe, Romblon Tel. No.: (036) 288-9999 09089416954 (Mobile) Tablas Email: bythesearesort.tablas@gmail.com Island, Website: bythesearesort-tablas-island.com Romblon Facebook: by the sea resort - tablas island


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EMERGENCY NUMBERS Bureau of Immigration 036 288 5267 Department of Tourism 036 506 0094 Fire Department 198 (24-hour Hotline) Hospital 036 288 3041 Lifeguard Command Center 036 288 3689| 60 PCGA Rescue 036 506 3486 Philippine Coast Guard 036 506 6150 Police 036 288 3036 | 288 6940 | 288 4392 AIRLINES Airline Name

Cebu Pacific Boracay Traveller’s Philippine Airlines Seair ZestAir BANKS Bank Name

Allied Bank of the Philippines Bank of the Philippine Islands Metrobank

Phone No.

036 288 7542 036 288 1982 036 288 5995 036 288 6828 036 288 3465 Phone No.

036 288 3669

Map Ref.

Map4-B4 Map3-B1 Map6-D11 Map6-C2 Map Ref.

Map3-D2

036 288 6612

Map2-F2

036 288 4868

Map2-E2

DRUGSTORES Drugstore Name

Phone No.

7 Stars Farmacia Gomez Boracay Lying In and Diagnostic Center Clinica De Boracay Island Clinic Boracay and Diagnostic Center

036 288 4448 036 288 5390

Map2-F2 Map3-A2

Map Ref.

036 288 4448

Map2-F2

036 288 1398

Map4-A2

036 288 4280

Map1-G4

FOUNDATIONS Foundation Name

Boracay Chamber of Commerce Boracay Foundation Inc. Kiwanis Rotary Club of Boracay

Phone No.

Map Ref.

036 288 5758

Map5-C5

036 288 6299

Map2-E2

9085701080 036 288 5222

BARS & RESTAURANTS Bar/Restaurant Name

Alchemy Aria Aria Gelato Bamboo Lounge Bei Kurt und Magz Bite Club 7th Note Cafe Blue Mango Bom Bom

Phone No.

Map Ref.

0917 3041570 036 288 5573 036 288 3142 036 288 3161 036 288 5447 036 288 5947 036 288 1601 036 288 5170 036 288 4795

Map2-E4 Map6-D12 Map6-D12 Map2-D4 Map4-C4 Map6-E9 Map5-E4 Map4-D5 Map2-F4

Bar/Restaurant Name

Boracay De Paris Boracay Holiday Boracay Water World Boracay West Cove Bpod/Osom Bar Café del Sol Café del Mar Casa Pilar Caruso Charlh’s Bar Christina Club Paraw Cocoloco Cocomangas Shooter Coffee Bloom Cohiba Cook Cooking School Boracay Cork Cowboy Cocina Crabhouse Crafty’s Rooftop Crazy Crepes CYMA Greek Taverna Dos Mestizos Deja Vu Epic Boracay Estacio Uno Fish Bar Friday’s Gasthof Gerry’s Grill Golden Phoenix Gran Prix Boracay Hideaway Guilly’s Hama Japanese Hampstead Hawaiian Bar-b-que Hobbit House Jammers Juice Jony’s Kasbah Kaeseke Korean, Chinese, Japanese Restaurant La Isla Bonita La Reserve Beach Hotel Inc. Lee’s Cook Seafood Restaurant

Phone No.

Map Ref.

036 288 6063 036 288 4379 036 288 5232 036 288 4579 036 288 2387 036 288 5573 036 288 5522 036 288 6577 036 288 1448 036 288 5178 036 288 6111 036 288 6151 036 288 3028 036 288 6384 036 288 2447 036 288 6792 036 288 2228

Map2-H4 Map3-C2 Map7-D6 Map7-B3 Map4-E5 Map6-C12 Map2-E4 Map3-G3 Map2-E4 Map3-D4 Map3-B3 Map1-H4 Map4-C4 Map1-G4 Map4-A4 Map5-B3 Map6-E8

036 288 4787

Map5-D4

9062772535 036 288 2123 036 288-4777 036 288 6857 036 288 4476 036 288 4283 036 288 5786 09216900594 036 288 1477 036 288 5555 036 288 4026 036 288 6200 036 288 6473 036 288 1459 036 288 2888

Map3-C2 Map4-D5 Map1-G3 Map6-F1 Map6-C3 Map6-F7 Map3-E3 Map3-D4 Map6-E12 Map1-F4 Map6-D8 Map1-B4 Map6-G12 Map2-D4 Map3-G4

036 288 3548

Map2-C3

036 288 4727 036 288 5978 036 288 2469 036 288 2246 036 288 6687 036 288 5564 036 288 6917 036 288 6325 036 288 4790 036 288 5610

Map1-G4 Map6-D7 Map1-G3 Map2-C4 Map6-C8 Map6-D12 Map3-B4 Map2-B4 Map1-C5 Map6-D10

036 288 5915

Map3-B4

036 2883501

Map4-A4

036 288 3020

Map2-E3

09173050010

Map3-C2


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Le Soleil Lemoni Café Levantin Loco Frio Manana Mexican Mama’s Fish House Mango Ray (Swiss) Mayas Nigi Nigi ‘Too’ Ole One MGM Obama Pat’s Creek Bar PauPatri Restaurant Paradiso Grill Real Coffee Red Coconut Real Maris Red Pirates Regency Food Plaza Rumbas Sa’neh Thai Samba Sand Bar Seoul Mini Restaurant Shakey’s ShareTea Siam Chili Food Smoke Steakhouse Boracay Sulu Plaza Summer Place Super Submarine Sandwich Shop Sur Surfside Tanawin Taste of Moon The Sitio Boracay The District - Caruso Tito’s Bar & Grill True Food Indian Cuisine Tilapia n Chips Valhalla Willy’s Wave Windpia Zuzuni 7 Stone Queens Resort

Phone No.

Map Ref.

Activities

036 288 6212 036 288 6781 0999 507 4611 036 288 1991 036 288 5405 036 288 4311 036 288 6129 036 288 6325 036 288 3150 036 288 5940 036 288 3730 036 288 4971 036 288 5312 036 288 2477 036 288 6139 036 288 5340 036 288 3758 036 288 4144 036 288 5767 036 288 5915 036 288 5971 036 288 5610 036 288 4560 036 288 3161 036 288 6679 036 288 1777

Map3-A4 Map6-D9 Map5-F4 Map2-F2

036 288 1686 036 288 6014 036 288 6102 036 288 3400 036 288 3144

Map7-B4 Map2-D4 Map2-B4 Map1-F4 Map6-D9 Map3-G2 Map1-H4 Map2-F4 Map3-A3 Map2-F4 Map2-C4 Map2-F4 Map2-D3 Map4-E5 Map3-B4 Map6-C8 Map6-D11 Map2-D4 Map2-D4 Map3-A4 Map6-E9 Map3-B3 Map6-C10 Map2-E4 Map4-A4 Map2-H4

036 288 2236

Map6-C4

036 288 6344 036 288 5049 036 288 6654 036 288 2614 036 288 4888 036 288 2324 036 2882369

Map1-D4 Map4-D5 Map5-A3 Map3-C4 Map1-F3 Map2-E4 Map2-F4

036 288 3142

Map2-G4

036 288 2283 036 288 5979 036 288 3794 036 288 6111 036 288 3663 036 288 4477 036 288 1601 036 288 3677

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ACTIVITIES Activities

Phone No.

Map Ref.

Phone No.

Map Ref.

Alpha Fitness Center (Gym) Boracay Holiday Fitness Center (Gym)

036 288 3888

Map2-D2

036 288 4085

Map3-C2

By The Sea Resort

036 288 9999 Tablas Island

Cooking School Boracay

036 288 4787 Map4-C2

Funboard Center Boracay

036 288-3876 Map5-B4

Glass Bottom Boat

036 288 544

Habagat Kiteboarding Hangin Kiteboarding Patio Pacific (Wall Climbing)

036 288 5787 Map5-F4 09163279605

S1- S2 S3

Map5-H4

036 288 3888 Map2-D2

Happy Dream Land

036 288 2112 Map1-B1

Pub Crawl

0917 950 6760

Red Coral (Best One) (ATV)

036 288 4273 Map7-B3

Tablas Fun

09294410431

Windpia (BKR)

036 288 3663 Map5-D4

Yanninks

0917 327 9844 Map3-F4

SPAS & MASSAGES Spa & Massages Name

Phone No.

Map Ref.

Bella Isa Spa Lava Stone Spa Luna Spa Mandala Spa & Villas Palassa Spa Parshant Spa Tirta Spa Trinity Spa Yasuragi Relaxation Spa

036 288 1381 036 288 6862 036 288 2590

Map4-D5 Map3-H1 Map4-A3

036 288 5857

Map4-D2

036 288 1376 036 288 6841 036 288 6841 036 288 2404

Map2-D3 Map7-D6 Map7-D6 Map7-D6

036 288 5320

Map4-D5

Regency Kai Spa

036 288 6111

Map3-B3

WATER REFILLING STATION Water Refilling Station Name

Phone No.

Map Ref.

Boracay Day Spring 036 288 6362 Map2-D2 Napa Spring 036 288 4978 Map3-F1 WINE & Liquors


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Aloja Delicatessen Heideland Deli

Phone No.

Wine & Liqour Name

Ralph's Wine & Spirits Ram's House of Wine

Titania Wine Cellar

Map Ref.

036 288 3214 Map3-B2 036 288 5939 Map6-D7 Phone No.

Map Ref.

036 288 6394 Map6-E9 036 288 4975 Map6-F7 036 288 5553 Map6-C10

DIVING

Dining in tonight or picnic lunch? ERY

DELIV

Tel No.: 288-5340

Diving Center’s Name

Asia Divers Boracay Adventures Calypso Diving Dive Gurus WhiteBeach Diver

Phone No.

036 288 4429 09209702728 036 288 3206 036 288 5486 036 288 3809

Map Ref.

Map6-G8 Map2-G2 Map3-E4 Map4-B4 Map4-D5

Tel No.: 288-5786

Fresh baked breads and deli sandwiches

INTERNET SHOPS Internet Shop Name

ACE Wireless Station 168 Tourist Center

Fresh baked treats, sandwiches, breakfast

Phone No.

036 288 3138 036 288 5751 036 288 3704

Tel No.: 288-5947

Mozzarella stuffed burger patties and wedge fries

Tel No.: 288-5979

Burgers, steaks, salads and pastas

Tel No.: 288-6223

Pizza, pasta, bruschetta, salads and seafood

Map Ref.

Map3-C2 Map3-E4

Tel No.: 288-5978

Sushi, sashimi, tempura, yakitori, ramen

Tel No.: 288-4455

Pizza, chicken wings, spring rolls

SAILING/INTER-ISLAND TOURS Sailing Tour Name

By the Sea Resort Crystal Cove Island Glass Bottom Boat Boracay Yachting Red Pirates

Phone No.

09996643917 9189118134 036 288-4599 0928 5000090 036 288 5767

Map Ref.

Map7-F7 S1-S2-S3 Map4-D5 Map4-D5

Tel No.: 288-5573

Shakes, breakfast, cakes and pastries

Tel No.: 288-2369 Modern Filipino cuisine

Investment /REAL ESTATE Real Estate

Aqua BBC Real Estate Cohiba Villa Karuna Boracay SPR Real Estate

Phone No.

036 288 1536 036 288 3604 036 288 4792 0922 8273888 036 288 5798

Map Ref.

Map5-E4 Map4-A4 Map5-B3 Map5-B4 Map2-E4

HOSPITALS Hospital Name

Map Ref.

Map3-B2

Fish and chips, seafood, salads, pastas

Tel No.: 288-2283 Fish n Chips, Burgers, Filipino cuisine For Free Delivery

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Pick up the phone book your activity with our expert. Tel No.: and 288-3161

VETERINARY CLINIC Veterinary Clinic

Tel No.: 288-1458 to 59

Crispy Pata, Inihaw Na Pusit, Pork Sisig, BBQ

Tel No.: 288-4026

Phone No.

Barangay Balabag 036 288 5624 Health Center As seen on Boracay Island 036 288 3041 Emergency Hospital

Rebadulla Veterinary Clinic

Tel No.: 288-4283

Gyros, calamari, humus, moussaka, souvlaki

Phone No.

036 288 5630

Map Ref.

Angus steak, freshfriendly coordinator to Be escorted by our seafood, yourpasta activity and enjoy.

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