Escondido Beach Resort

Station 1, Balabag, Malay, Aklan, Philippines
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83%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
19%
5
Very Good
34%
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Average
30%
8
Poor
3%
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  • Families80
  • Couples58
  • Solo0
  • Business0

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Forum Posts

Banks at Boracay Island

by lovemothernature

Hello VTers=) Will be in Boracay in 2 weeks. I can't wait to enjoy the super white powdery sand. May I know what banks are available in Boracay so we know which bank to deposit our funds. Thanks so much=)

Re: Banks at Boracay Island

by asianbelle

The last time I was there, there's BPI, Landbank & Metrobank.

Re: Banks at Boracay Island

by cyndymc

I actually passed by BPI (just been there since Friday). I didn't have time to roam much outside of the beach area so I don't know about the other banks. I'll ask a friend who lives there and let you know.

Re: Banks at Boracay Island

by cyndymc

I was just told that the banks/ATMs in Boracay are Allied Bank, Metrobank, and Bank of the Philippine Islands

Re: Banks at Boracay Island

by lovemothernature

oooh thanks=) no bdo huh=(

Re: Banks at Boracay Island

by lovemothernature

yey! thank you=)

Re: Banks at Boracay Island

by lovemothernature

asianbelle, i love your tips=) thanks also

Re: Banks at Boracay Island

by asianbelle

You're welcome :) BTW, if there's no BDO, you can withdraw from BPI or Landbank (they all belong to ExpressNet), not sure how much is the bank charge though. But when I use my BPI card in BDO ATMs, deduction is about P10/withdrawal.

Re: Banks at Boracay Island

by boredoffboracay

RCBC IS THERE ALSO....I was told Landmark is not set up for tranfers from other places.

Travel Tips for Boracay Island

Best time to go

by XTINETOTENGCO

The best month to visit Boracay Island is December. It's the coolest time of year in tropical Philippines. It's not as humid as in other times of the year. It's the best time to go for an island holiday but make sure to book well in advance as the island tends to enjoy a lot of visitors during that period.

Sand Castle

by Rastarigo

It has become a culture among Boracay kids to build impressive intricate white sand castles on the beach at night. Boracay white sand seems like butter when wet so it is easy to mold a gigantic figure out of the sand.

Wild and windy Bulabog

by Rastarigo

Walk a kilometer away opposite White Beach and you'll find a totally ironic place. Bulabog Beach is a secluded beach for extreme sports such as windsurfing and kiteboarding. It is really fun watching those balloons, parachutes and kites decorating the skies across Bulabog. The area is best to try out these wind-dependent sports because it is on a blue lagoon, very shallow. Even kids can get their first lessons because the water is either knee or waist-deep.

Take care about the island ...

by whvcebu

... this is not really a tip for Off The Beaten Path but a recommendation coming from the depth of my heart.

The island is acutally very small and , therefore, there is no more undiscovered area.

It is just my wish that any tourist visiting this beautiful island should remember that this island was only a home to very nice families of fishermen and farmers. Many memories go back to the small boy of the fishermen's family whom I had taken along for a short go around flight and to see his parents fishing. I remember his happy laughter. Whether these families are happier now? I do not know, but I doubt! The real beauty of this island is gone with the influx of tourism.

As much as possible, take time to walk the island and discover the beautiful flowers, lizzards and birds - if they are still there....

Boracay Lamps

by zippee about d'Mall/d'Talipapa

For years, this has been a staple in souvenir shops in boracay. As years go by, it still is but not as in-demand as before. Just like the shirts, they can be found in most shops and are available in different sizes and designs.

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Address: Station 1, Balabag, Malay, Aklan, Philippines