Pundaquit Beaches, Philippines

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Pundaquit · Anawangin Cove · Hiking
We arrived here late at night but we didn't have a hard time findong a place to stay. The staff at Sam's Beach Resort were very nice to take us in even after we've disturbed their slumber.
The white sand beach here has nice clear blue water. This place gets really busy during the summer peak days... and all night with party goers and karaoke machine maniacs.
When we've had enough hearing Whitney Houston's The Bodyguard sang over and over, we moved to a more secluded beach.

Location: Pundaquit is in San Antonio, Zambales - North-West of Manila, on the coast of South China Sea.
How To Get There: Take Victory Liner bus from Earnshaw Terminal (Espana/Lacson) bound to Iba or Santa Cruz, Zambalez (P243/p, 3hrs). Get off at San Antonio, Take a tricycle to Pundaquit (P40, 15mins).

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Updated: January 9, 2014 Author: Kajtek S

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