This Bar is located right inside the complex and managed by Bohol Tropics Hotel. The remixes were good and updated. Lights and sounds are not bad at all. Entrance is 100 pesos with 3 beers included.
I didn't like the crowd though because most of them seems to be under 15 years old.
Dress Code: We were wearing casual as normal late 20s'ers would wear for night out but you can see plenty of locals wearing shorts and a pair of SLIPPERS. :(
Spiked Coconut sets up on the beach every night when it isn't raining, and they have a local group come in and play live music. A few of the groups are pretty talented and most take requests.
You don't have to pay for the music but of course you can order a drink and sit at the table. The musicians appreciate tips.
Spiked Coconut does actually have spiked coconuts. The business next to them also has tables, and Trudi's Place (behind them) is near enough that you can eat there and listen.
Or you can sit on the rocks nearby where most of the local kids do and not drink anything. if you're a cheapskate or hard up for cash.
Dress Code: None
Bohol is a relaxation paradise... it's your first resort in looking for beach resorts to get away from the big city life without risking being cut off from everyone else. why? coz metro cebu is just a 1.5hrs' fastcraft ride away, and manila is just a 1-hr plane flight away. Panglao Island's nightlife at the beach would be boring for those seeking an "a la Boracay" experience. It IS, really a person's shangri la to rest and be with your family or your "partner". also, it's less expensive than Palawan without losing touch to the beauty of nature around you. I'll give directions here:
Panglao Island has 2 municipalities: Dauis town and Panglao town. High-end resorts, like The Ananyana and Panglao Island Nature Resort, are on the western part of the island. Mid-range to high-end resorts can be found at the eastern part of Dauis and Panglao towns. Notable are Bohol Beach Club, Flushing Meadows Resort & Playground and Amarela. There are also resorts found at Alona Beach in the town of Panglao. Alona Beach is located at the southeastern part of Panglao Island. It is home to resorts like Alona Palm Beach, Lost Horizon, Bohol Divers' Resort, etc
Dress Code: anything comfy.. undies or nothing at the beach perhaps? hehe
Where we stayed, Dumaluan beach resort and Bohol Beach club. no night life, they close lights at 11 or 1130
In Alona beach, i had a feel of Boracay. Many resorts, many places to eat, acoustic sessions, band playing. Nightlife.
Dress Code: No dresscode since beach
Sorry guys, no nightlife in Bohol. But since we were booked in a villa that's located just a few meters away from the beach, we went out and had a cool and relaxing stroll at the beach after dinner. Take time to breathe in deeply the cool breeze and let the sound of waves caress your ears.
There is not a great deal of Nightlife at Alona. Some of the bars offer live bands on special occasions but mostly the evenings are spent sat on the beach, eating dinner and drinking.
Dress Code: Something cool.