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ZNEAJLEEWhere the Sun Meets the Sea...Super Love Boracay I hope we can visit again Soon❤️❤️#ItsMoreFunInThePhilippines
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Corrine LCrystal Cove is a separate island from Boracay. We had a boat stopover when visiting other islands. Great spot for pictures taking and looking into the ocean! The most mesmerizing place was one of the narrow stairway leading down to the cave where the ocean waves break waves. It was quite daunting as the cave leads straight to the ocean and space was slippery and restricted. We tried to take some good photos but due to the cave being darker from inside, we had not much luck.
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Sheda11Less visited compared to the White Beach, this place also offers a nice white sand beach and crystal clear waters. However, its swimming area is "cantilado" -- meaning, there's a sudden drop in the depth of the water, which makes it quite dangerous for those who do not know how to swim. Apart from this, Puka Beach is less crowded compared to the White Beach -- hence, more relaxing and peaceful
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bonbon_chenFriday beach 🏖️ is really the same foot feeling of flour. The local people specially push sand to take pictures of tourists 📷 (charge) is very artistic 🎨, 🌊 OK 🏊‍♀️ OK, each hotel has its own beach area, sitting wrong is to pay for it.
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Sheda11liked this beach because it was much more peaceful than the main beach. The water is still stunning, although the sand is not as fine. You can walk round the headland from station 1. There isn't a lot here but there is a nice little restaurant where you can eat with your toes in the sand.
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Sheda11Called Bulabog (which means disturbance in English), this beach probably called as such because normally, it's the windy side of the island where kite flying and other water sports are done. However, during habagat monsoon (Jun-Sep), sea there shifts to calm, becoming your go-to for swimming. Sand is a bit rocky and water not as clear but it is still a nice place for a dip.Given its location, most also refer to it as the 'back beach' as it is literally a 5- to 10-minute walk from White Beach. You can just go out the main road between Stations 1 and 2. Look for Budget Mart, walk past BPI and when you see a MiniStop to your right, take that road and walk straight ahead.

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About Malay

Marais is an administrative area under the jurisdiction of Aklan Province, Philippines. The most famous tourist attraction in Marais is Boracay, one of the most famous tourist destinations in the Philippines.

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22 Oct, 2021 Malay Weather: Cloudy, Northeasterly Wind: 10–17 kph, Humidity: 74%, Sunrise/Sunset: 05:43/17:31
Malay Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable

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