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Things to do in Balabag, Malay

Top recommendations from locals

From sightseeing to hidden gems, find out what makes the city unique with the help of the locals who know it best.
Route
“Everything is just in here. Restaurants, Bikinis, Money Changer, and a lot more to see!”
  • 22 locals recommend
Entertainment
“Bar/Resto/Disco serves food all day, has tables on the beach at night and Dj spinning indoors at night.”
  • 10 locals recommend
Place to shop
“Department store with clothing, utnesils as well as a grocery and small deli (separate building).”
  • 5 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“Nearest shopping mall from hotel.Where you can find the basic needs in one place.An affordable fast food chain,pharmacy, hardware groceries,cinema,events etc.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“The island that never sleeps. Party animals lingers all day and night :) So are families and honeymooners :)”
  • 14 locals recommend
Gastropub
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“In the late 1800's Filipino intellectuals and warrior-poets started using the word "Indio" (a derogatory term to refer to the Islands' natives) as a badge of honor and a source of pride. They eventually formed a society that fought for reforms and more rights for their countrymen and called themselves "Los Indios Bravos" --- The Brave Natives. This gastropub is a tribute to all those pioneering men for we too are breaking new ground in Boracay as we are the first to showcase all-Filipino handcrafted beers on tap paired with classic pub food from all over the world.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Closest large grocery that should have most of the basic food, beverage and toilteries you would need. About 75 meter walk away is D'Talipapa wet market part of D'Mall D'Boracay for meats, vegetables and seafood. ”
  • 4 locals recommend
Place to eat
“Our go to place in D'Mall. Try their Mango Lasi, Nath's favorite. I like thier home made yogurt with granola for breakfast”
  • 20 locals recommend
Beach
“Great place to spend the day and amazing sunsets with some nice restaurants.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Spanish Restaurant
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“Authentic Spanish food and great ambiance. Go for paella and sangria. Live music Thursdays to Sundays. They also have a deli where you can get the best bread on the island.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Bar
“Beach vibe with bamboo hut-style and sand floor right on the beachfront. Local bar and cheap beers. ”
  • 9 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“布拉波海滩 - A 2km long Bulabog beach by the Sibuyan Sea is packed with all the kite-boarding and surfing adventures. From Oceanway Residence, the distance is approximately 3.6km. ”
  • 9 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“卢霍山 - The highest point in Boracay with viewing deck and you will get to see a sensational panoramic view of the whole island. ”
  • 12 locals recommend
Natural Feature
  • 3 locals recommend
Entertainment
“If you are looking for the location to enjoy your perfect holiday, Levantin is the place to be - referred to on the Island as . . . "Where the Sun Rises" together with your spirits. Away from the crowd and yet only 10 minutes walk to Boracay's Party Destination, White Beach, with the bar settled on the quiet beach of Bulabog, here you encounter friendly people from all over the world. The great music selection, the tasty food and the refreshing and uplifting cocktails create the perfect setting to meet new friends and relationships that will last forever and enjoy your holiday in the old Boracay atmosphere which has made our Island the #1 Global Island.”
  • 5 locals recommend

Top restaurants

Gastropub
“In the late 1800's Filipino intellectuals and warrior-poets started using the word "Indio" (a derogatory term to refer to the Islands' natives) as a badge of honor and a source of pride. They eventually formed a society that fought for reforms and more rights for their countrymen and called themselves "Los Indios Bravos" --- The Brave Natives. This gastropub is a tribute to all those pioneering men for we too are breaking new ground in Boracay as we are the first to showcase all-Filipino handcrafted beers on tap paired with classic pub food from all over the world.”
  • 9 locals recommend
Spanish Restaurant
“Authentic Spanish food and great ambiance. Go for paella and sangria. Live music Thursdays to Sundays. They also have a deli where you can get the best bread on the island.”
  • 12 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Great for lunch. Delicious, healthy food highlighting locally sourced ingredients. They make their own bread daily, as well as sauces and marinades from scratch. Thier seasonal menu highlights fresh Filipino ingredients. ”
  • 8 locals recommend
Shopping Centre
“At D-mall you'll find a lot of shops and restaurants. It's crowded with a lot o tourists.”
  • 7 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Great food! Probably the some of the best steaks on the island (Ask them for recommendation)”
  • 4 locals recommend
Indian Restaurant
“True Food Indian Cuisine “Flavors of India” True Food Indian Cuisine has soft pillows where you can relax as you wait for your delicious Indian dish specially prepared by an authentic Sri Lankan master chef. Everything that you hoped would be on an Indian food menu should be here. Try the Lamb Rogan Josh, Fresh Juice Shakes & Chicken Dishes!”
  • 2 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Smoke Restaurant’s menu is mainly comprised of Filipino dishes. However, the meals are prepared in such a way as to appeal even to foreign taste buds. Aside from these, the restaurant also serves a wide selection of food, such as beef and seafood dishes, pasta, sandwiches, and others. Their specialties include Bicol Express, Bulalo, Chicken Curry, Lechon Kawali, Sinigang, and Stuffed Squid with Sizzled Vegetables. Smoke Restaurant has a very affordable price range of 100 to 120 pesos, with some meals even costing as low as 50 pesos. A beer to go with the meal costs about 30 pesos. Since Filipino appetites are smaller than those of foreigners, however, servings likewise tend to be rather small. But since the dishes are affordable, customers can order as much as they like without spending too much. What’s even more interesting is that Smoke Restaurant actually allows their customers to bring their own food! That is, they can bring some raw food with them and have the restaurant cook it according to their specifications. One can buy raw meat, seafood or any other item from the nearby Boracay Wet Market and have the restaurant prepare it for them. The price of the resulting dish would depend on the raw food’s weight and on the method of cooking.”
  • 4 locals recommend

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