ICYMI: Chill Out And Meet Friends at Coco, Sip Cocktails At The Poolside At Prisma, and Show Off Your Skating Tricks at Myrtle Park

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If you’re still planning your next ultimate beach trip for the summer, we’re here to narrow down your options. Be it Boracay, Coron, or Baler, here are three diners you have to put on your go-to list. You won’t regret it, we promise!

1. Experience the Tiki Life at Coco

 

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You’ll surely feel the warm and chill vibes of island culture in this new Tiki bar. This local place serves mouth-watering grilled food and they even have their own signature cocktails such as the Lay on the Beach, Palawan Sling, Past-is Past, and many more. Aside from their quality refreshments and flavorful dishes, it also serves as a place to meet new friends. Locals and tourists alike will find that Coco is not just a bar. It’s a welcoming community where you can bond with old or newfound buddies over drinks.

Coco is located at Lot No. 72-B-1 Calle Real, Barangay II, Coron, Palawan

2. Appreciate The Philippine’s largest rum collection at Prisma

 

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Get ready to party at Boracay’s newest modern tropical bar. Located inside Hue Hotel, Prisma features the largest rum collection in The Philippines. Now, that’s a lot of drinks to choose from! Customers can enjoy their signature cocktails and recipes made by award-winning bartender Andrei Campian. And if one chooses to elevate the drinking experience, one can enjoy the cocktails in the pool lounge where you can drink and swim at the same time – that’s already two of the must-do things in Boracay that you can cross off your checklist!

Prisma is located at Station X, Hue Hotels & Resorts Boracay, Station 2, Main Road, Boracay Island

3. Practice your skateboarding skills at Myrtle Park

 

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If you think that surfing is the only sport you can enjoy in Baler, get ready to be proven wrong. Things have become more exciting since this food-slash-skateboard park opened just weeks ago. They’re not limited to skateboarding, though. Aside from the board rentals, they also have surfing lessons and if you ever go hungry after all the physical activities, you can recharge your energy with their food. They serve Japanese food like Gyoza and Takoyaki and they also have a Pineapple Express stall where you can get cocktails. Time to channel your inner Tony Hawk!

Myrtle Park is located at Buton St., Brgy. Sabang, Baler, Aurora

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