When I first got to know about the snake island, I thought that because there are so many snakes, it was called Snake Island. In fact, the Snake Island is named after its shape. After the ebb tide, this area has an exposed curved sandbar, like a snake. It is possible that the horizontal field of view is not very visible, and it is very obvious that it is overlooked or aerial. Sitting on the bow, there is a vast expanse of scenery, and El Nido is like a utopia that is far away from the dust. There is no mobile phone network here, only the sound of birds singing and waves rushing; no one is making any noise, only laughter; no TV newspaper, only bright green views and blue sky; no artificial things, only nature with lots of trees. People who come here will definitely fall in love with this place.