Banol Beach is also called 91 ISLAND. You need to pay 100P to get to the island. The three small wooden pavilions on the island are usually lunch spots in the ultimate tour. There are kittens, crabs, and a paradise you can think of. Have everything. The sea water here is rich in color, and there is also a charming white sand beach. The area of the beach is not large but delicate and small. In fact, there are two Banol Beaches, one is called "Banel nga mabael", which is the big Banol Beach; the other is called "Banol ng maite", which is the small Banol Beach. You can shuttle between the two on the small road behind the stone on the island. Between the beaches (it’s better to wear shoes~ the path is not as delicate as the beach!). The glorious surface of the sea is gentle and pure, and crab boats with infinite vitality are scattered among them, and the frangipani flowers flicker in the breeze, like a dream. I lay quietly on the fine white sand, the sun was as sweet as honey, and the sea breeze seemed to be intoxicated on this island, gently blowing on the island’s plants and the boats on the sea, wandering, singing Sound, such a comfortable beauty, can save the world!