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It lies 320 kilometres to the south of Manila, the capital city of Philippines.
Sitting 13 kilometres to the northwest, Puka Beach is a great place to spend time chilling out by the water. Balinghai Beach also offers some unforgettable views. You'll find it 12 kilometres to the northwest.
You won't have to be on the road all day to see some nature. Just 13 kilometres out of Malay, Bat Caves is a superb place to get out into the fresh air. More picturesque surrounds are waiting for you at Crocodile Island, 7 kilometres away.
Venture further afield and see what's happening in Buruanga, 9 kilometres to the west. Lots of travellers come here for Buruanga Beach and Ariels Point. Alternatively, Libertad is 13 kilometres to the south of Malay. Swing by this place for access to Liberty Park and Maanghit Cave.
Do a little shopping and see some sights in Pandan. This destination is 20 kilometres to the southeast and pretty close to Malumpati Cold Spring, Pandan People's Park and Pandan Public Market. Of course, you won't want to miss Duyong Golden Beach and the L.A. Dioso Memorial Public Library either.
'There is no love sincerer than the love of food,' according to George Bernard Shaw, but throw travel into the mix and it's a marriage made in heaven. You're invited to indulge in your two loves by eating and drinking your way through Aklan.
This part of the world has its own cooking style centred on local tastes and traditional ingredients. You'll discover guava and prawns are regularly used in much of the fare.
No proud foodie would leave Malay without eating a handful of the specialty dishes, such as batchoy (pork offal noodles) and sinigang (hot and sour soup).
Utap (puff pastry) is a dessert that sums up this place in a single bite. Put in an order for a serving and then get another to go!
Are you craving a drink yet? Wet your whistle with a glass of San Miguel Premium All-Malt Beer, a beer that ought to be on your bucket (or pint) list.
On the rocks or in a cocktail — the bar person ought to know the nicest way to have gin. When the night calls for something a bit stronger, you can't go past it!
Held every year on the 12th of June, Independence Day occupies a special place in the hearts and minds of the locals. It offers a wonderful opportunity to discover the country's past and kick up your heels while you're at it!
It might be time to leave and head home, but it doesn't have to mean for good. Why not save your last few Philippine pesos for another holiday to this magnificent region?
When you're set to fly off, allow yourself plenty of time to get to Mactan - Cebu International Airport (CEB). Located 280 kilometres to the southeast from downtown Malay, this is the closest terminal.
Itching to climb under the covers (and perhaps acquaint yourself with the mini bar) at your Malay hotel? No dramas. There are more than 247 places to crash featured on lastminute.com.au.
Who said great service has to break the bank? You'll have a relaxing night's sleep at a nice price at the Amigos Beach Resort Boracay and the Frendz Resort Boracay. You may also want to look into the Asya Premier Suites and the Discovery Shores Boracay. These high-end hotels are for those who want to live like a king or queen while they're here.
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