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Munting Buhangin Resort

It’s a lot of fun! I spent last weekend with my high school friends and we went out to Nasugbu, Batangas. It was a gruelling four hour ride but it was worth it. We went to Munting Buhangin Resort.

The place is far out of the city and as the resort name suggests, the sand is very fine. We saw a lot of foreigners and locals as well.

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Munting Buhangin sunset.

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Grilling by the tree house.

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Other cottages and the beach.

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The beach and out tree house.

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A few tips for those who want to visit this resort:

1) There is a long-ass freaking flight of steep steps. (partially shown on the right)
2) Make sure you have reliable transportation. You will encouter some steep roads on the way. Check your vehicle carefully before you leave home and before you leave the rsort.

Munting Buhangin Beach Resort is really worth checking out. I also suggest you opt for an overnight stay.

You’ll surely enjoy yourself. I know I did.

Here is the contact info:

Email Address: [email protected]

7/F Makati Executive Center
114 L. P Leviste Street
Salecedo Village
1200 Makati City, Philippines

Telephone Number:
+63 (2) 8184798

Fax Number:
+63 (2) 8923649

24/7 Hotline:
+63 (2) 8434343 local 2006

and here is a directional map:

http://bizshowcase.eyp.ph/wp-content/uploads/33947/munting-buhangin/d4.pdf


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