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About Boracay White Beach - Basic Information

White Beach Boracay, found in Aklan, is one of the best beaches you can find in the Philippines. The coastline is long and the sand is white and really fine. The water of this Boracay beach is so clear that even if you are riding a boat and you are at the deep part of the beach, you would still be able to see the white sand at the bottom and it would make you think you are still at the shallow part.

boracay photo may 2015
BORACAY. The white sand beach of Boracay island.

Boracay Station 1 - Luxury

The coast of Boracay is divided into 3 stations. Station 1 is where you will find the most luxurious and expensive accommodations and establishments. There, you will find D'Mall. It is called that name because it is the Mall of Boracay. But unlike any mall, this has open space with many stalls selling different kinds of souvenirs and keepsakes like t-shirts, magnets and other native products. There are also plenty of restaurants and establishments there. One particular interesting establishment in D'Mall is 'The Hobbit Place'. It is interesting because the people serving there are small people. I heard it is a good restaurant but personally I haven't had the chance to dine there yet. You would also find luxurious hotels at Station 1, such as The Crown Regency Boracay and many posh restaurants and bars, like Ratsky. At night, especially during the weekends, you can watch fire dancers play with fire while dancing to the beat of the music.

FIRE DANCERS. One of the attractions of Boracay.

Boracay Station 2 - Moderate Budget

Station 2 is where you will find the medium priced hotels, resorts and restaurants. Looking around the place, we noticed that Station 2 is where you will find plenty of buffet food offerings that serves different dishes from different countries, such as Japanese, Thai, Korean, and Filipino. The price is moderate but there are lots of choices for food and accommodations that were also good but not luxurious. You can find hotels and resorts with function rooms too for people who goes to Boracay not only for pleasure but also for business. You also watch fire dancers in Station 2.
boracay at night
Boracay Night Scene. 

Boracay Station 3 - The Budget Station

For people with tight budgets who wants to experience Boracay just because of the beaches, Station 3 is a good place for you. There is where you will find the cheapest resorts and restaurants or rather, carenderias (mini restaurants that serve home style Filipino food at a cheap price)  in the island coast. Some rooms cost around 500- 1000 pesos that were usually good for two to three persons.

You do not need to worry about not being able to enjoy the beach and shoreline that the people at Station 1 or 2 can enjoy as the Boracay coastline is an open beach, you can get to station 1 or 2 just by walking along the pathway or riding a motorcycle.  You can swim on the shores of Station 1 even if you stay at station 2 or 3 and vice versa.

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