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Sugar Beach

Sipalay, Negros Occidental, Philippines
09473282771
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The other comments tell you all about the beauty and relaxed feeling of Sugar beach. But what... read more

Reviewed yesterday
BooRadley11
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Braunschweig, Germany
Chill

Sugar Beach is Boracay with the crowd and blaring sound of pop music. Think of this place as... read more

Reviewed 8 May 2017
WanderLustDavao
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Davao City
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Sipalay, Negros Occidental, Philippines
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09473282771
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Reviewed yesterday

The other comments tell you all about the beauty and relaxed feeling of Sugar beach. But what almost no one does here, is hiking/trekking. Although it is possible. Don't miss to do a short hike up the hill in the morning or evening. It takes...More

Thank BooRadley11
Reviewed 8 May 2017 via mobile

Sugar Beach is Boracay with the crowd and blaring sound of pop music. Think of this place as Boracay 30 years ago or so. The beach is just OK but you can take island hopping tours . there's a diversity of resorts you can choose...More

1  Thank WanderLustDavao
Reviewed 3 May 2017

It's a great beach where the peace and quiet is broken only by dogs barking and motorboats/bancas either coming in or going out.I hope nobody ever starts a videoke/karaoke place there. It's width is excellent for sunbathing and a host of other beach activities like...More

1  Thank dgtdan
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

Finally I found a place where tourism did not destroy nature yet. And due to environmental regulations it might stay that way. You find a green beach front full of coconut trees because buildings have too stay 25m away from the highest flood line (tide)....More

1  Thank Lars K
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

Sugar Beach is stunning! It only took a short boat ride from the town of Sipalay. There were hardly any people and it was just so peaceful. Sunset view is also amazing. I regret not staying for a few nights! Don't forget to bring bug...More

1  Thank Dennise Lorrain... G
Reviewed 6 April 2017

the locals really are blessed to enjoy such a beautiful beach that they can see everyday. it's also very near to hotels and restaurants.

Thank Frederick Evans G
Reviewed 7 March 2017

Our next stop from Dumaguete, to Malatapay, is towards the east side of Negros Island, to Sipalay. We have been there many years ago but we like to come back again. The Sugar beach in Sipalay is really sugary brown,... very fine. Clean and also...More

Thank MijnlieverdFH
Reviewed 2 March 2017

i was all over the philippines, for me the best beach so far, great Restaurants, nice bars, scuba planet for Adventure, snorkeling and diving. such a nice quite place. we always stay at BUENAVENTURA BEACH RESORT, super nice affordable and clean rooms.. will come back...More

Thank chroscher
Reviewed 22 February 2017

When you arrive to Sugar Beach by a small outrigger boat and see this broad, deserted beach, you know that this is a special place. Sugar Beach is first of all beauty, tranquility and relaxation. The broad beach is perfectly framed by the green palm...More

Thank lapisg
Reviewed 7 February 2017

We have been in the Sipalay area now for 9 days and have enjoyed some very fine diving with Scuba Planet on the pristine reefs of Dunjugan and Turtle Islands. Sugar Beach is a lovely out-of-the way spot where, yes, you will find some friendly...More

Thank Jordym0m
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bryanzmatt
How much are the room rates? And how to get there?
3 May 2016|
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Response from Emelie S |
it's actually possible to walk from sipalay to suger beach, but it will take an hour along the beach. you will need to take two small routes with boat aswell. you can also take the boat from sipalay to suger beach for around... More
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