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Quiet days at the beach

We went to Malatandang Beach to celebrate a family event. We rented a house on the waterfront for... read more

Reviewed 2 March 2017
Traveler_mom2015
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Taguig City, Philippines
Very good place

A long coastline with golden sand, a place of tranquilitya and serenity. A very good place for... read more

Reviewed 25 June 2016
Wilfred Andrew A
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1 Mar 2017
“Quiet days at the beach”
25 Jun 2016
“Very good place”
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Barangay Kalilayan Ibaba, Unisan, Luzon, Philippines
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from USD 13.90
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Reviewed 2 March 2017

We went to Malatandang Beach to celebrate a family event. We rented a house on the waterfront for 2-3 days. As the houses are private-owned, it was quiet and peaceful on the beach. Some fishermen can be seen nearby and you can buy fish directly...More

3  Thank Traveler_mom2015
Reviewed 25 June 2016 via mobile

A long coastline with golden sand, a place of tranquilitya and serenity. A very good place for relaxation and bonding with friends and loved ones.

3  Thank Wilfred Andrew A
Reviewed 9 June 2015

Serene and pristine...not crowded. Malatandang's coastline is longer than Boracay's white beach. Very few resorts but less pricey. Ideal for group outings.

5  Thank marletbadeo
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ainzvaldez
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Response from Wilfred Andrew A | Reviewed this property |
there is no place so stay overnight... most of the cottages and houses there are privately owned. there are small public cottages for free during daytime...
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