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Nice beach with surprisingly warm waters. As you near the beach there are plenty of people flagging you down trying to sell/rent their products or services. We opted to go down the street that parallels the beach and located a public entrance about a block...More
It was a great view of nature and taste of seawater. I love the view of floating cottages at night. Water is clear where you can still see your feet because of it's transparency, a great place for company outing and team building. The was...More
We went for a daytour and the young lady receptionist accommodated us and she was answering our queries.
Later in the afternoon, an older woman showed up and she saw us when we were about to use the shower by the pool to rinse because...More
This could a great beach. It has amazing clear water, jetskis, banana boat rides, house boats (balsa), small shops along the front and even a few resorts facing onto the beach.
Sadly, the sheer amount of rubbish on the sand and in the water was...More
The main beach itself can be a bit dirty,but it is cleaned alot,If you walk about 30 mins along the beach it is very clean and no people.I spent 10 days here and loved walking along the beach on my own
I have been here as a guest on a company outing of a friend.
At first, I was hesitant to join haveing been tot eh same place during my grade school years, however, come to think of the past years, I was convinced to see...More
Stayed there overnight to unwind and boy I got stressed.
Low tide came in and I don't really think you can enjoy the beach when it's ankle deep. =/ We waited the next day same thing ankle deep until it was time to go home....More
The company decided to take us out for an overnight stay in matabungkay to be able to unwind a little. The place was fine. The water looked clean and people were very kind to us. We rented a balsa so we could have lunch in...More