Thursday, February 13, 2014


Executive summary darmansjah

BORACAY in the Philippines is a four-mile-long island south of Manila. Its powdery white-sand beaches invite visitors to idle on a towel, but there are plenty of other things to do. clear waters make it perfect for snorkeling ,and scuba divers can enjoy several wall dives. Take a sunset boat tour on a paraw (out rigger sailboat) and get a massage to knead out all the knots – there’s everything from massage on the beach to up-market spas. Come night time, ho from one beach bar to the next in search of the perfect cocktail. Now that’s bliss. Stay at the Nami Boracay, perched over the beach like a luxury treehouse (from US$252). Avoid the island from June to October unless you like monsoons. Fly from Singapore or Malaysia to Manila (from US$465). Then take a plane to Caticlan followed by a ferry (from US$315 including ferry trip).

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