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Boracay Reopens & Everything Has Changed

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colemanlee

worse

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MrSuave

I wanted to go there before, but now it sounds like there's too many rules. Seriously, no smoking on the entire island?

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wondersailor
12 minutes ago, MrSuave said:

Seriously, no smoking on the entire island?

Will put a crimp in the Chinese tourist trade. The rules had to happen to make it a tourist destination that continues to attract tourists. Having been to Boracay about 2 years ago, I have to say that if it had remained the same, I would not go back. Now, who knows? I will be interested to find out 3 years from now that enforcement of the new rules remain enforced.

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Headshot

Rules are just window dressing. Nothing less than creating an island-wide sewage collection and treatment system (and forcing all residences and businesses to hook up to it) will solve their problems.

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TequilaSunset

I am planning on a May visit now to Boracay

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Cgu

I heard that it feels "unfinished", like if someone opens a resort to early. Alternate construction sites between finished establishments. Last time I went there (around 2008) decided not to go back anymore.

For me Siargao is a little bit like Boracay in the early days.

I heard that it feels "unfinished", like if someone opens a resort to early. Alternate construction sites between finished establishments. Last time I went there (around 2008) decided not to go back anymore.

For me Siargao is a little bit like Boracay in the early days.

I heard that it feels "unfinished", like if someone opens a resort to early. Alternate construction sites between finished establishments. Last time I went there (around 2008) decided not to go back anymore.

For me Siargao is a little bit like Boracay in the early days.

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RedRanger

Hard to get excited to visit, with all the rules

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