This 2-Hectare Spectacular Private Beach Resort in Buruanga, Aklan is For Sale. Just 10-15 minutes away from Boracay Island and 27 mins. from Boracay Airport.
About Municipality of Buruanga
The name Buruanga came from the word Busuanga meaning "eruption" or "swell". Frequently harassed by inundations from the river, the early residents constructed earthen dams which were subsequently washed away. The people named the river "Busuanga," which later became the name of the Municipality. When the Spaniards arrived, they renamed Busuanga to Buruanga, or perhaps the change was purely a clerical error. The present municipality of Malay, including Boracay, was once a part of Buruanga. On June 15, 1949, the enactment of Republic Act 391 separated Malay from Buruanga to become an independent municipality.
Despite its proximity to Boracay, one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Philippines, Buruanga sees very few tourists. This has left the area as a secret hideaway. Various scenic spots such as caves, waterfalls, beaches, hills, and mountain parks are found throughout the area such as the Hinugtan White Beach, Batason (Ariel’s) Point, Tigis Beach/Falls, and Pagatpat Mangrove Park.
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Unit M2 West of Ayala Condominium,
Gil Puyat Ave., Makati City
Aklan Satellite Office:
Osmeña Ave., Linabuan Sur, Banga, Aklan
Boracay Satellite Office:
Angol, Manoc-Manoc, Boracay Island, Malay
Manila: (02) 511-8606
Boracay & Aklan: (036) 500-2699
Mobile: +63 908 8926467; +63 917 8387363
Fax Nos.: (02) 511-8606
REB Lic. #0000884
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