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Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Sunset Beach Park & Resort - Kinawitnon, Babak Samal Island

I've heard about Sunset Beach from my friends and decided to join my colleagues when they plan to stay overnight at the said resort. I wanted to visit the resort to justify it by myself and then to be able to write something about it.

Another  reason why I joined my colleagues was because of fire dance. I never saw a fire dance until then. Poor me.

Okay, so we went there on a cloudy Saturday. And the resort was so crowded to the point that we don't have any cottage to sit on. Too bad that we didn't made any reservation before going there. One of the stuff helped us looked for an unoccupied cottage and luckily we got one. It was an open cottage actually and no foam and bedding available, so we fight against cold at night. Again, poor me.


Anyways, I realized that there's a tattoo festival that's why a lot of people flocked on Sunset Beach. At night, we awaited the fire dance and you can see a lot of people circling around the fire dancers, cheering and amazed.

The fire dance was amazing but the music was not spontaneous. There were times the music stopped for many seconds and then play again the same sound. But overall, the fire dancers did an amazing job.


The fire dance will occur every weekend (Saturday) according to one of the stuff we talked to. And I think that makes Sunset Beach popular.


They also have water sports like Jet Ski and Banana Boat ride. Jet Ski is PHP2,500 for 30mins. I know it is an expensive water sport but I think it's a worth to try. There's a videoke machine and it's open for all. Tables and chairs are available in front of the videoke machine.


We haven't tried to plunge in sea water. It's not that indulging because it was very crowded. Maybe if the place was less crowded then I can see it's true beauty and maybe I would go and take a swim.

Sunset Beach has a wide shoreline. Early in the morning we walked along the shoreline and saw that there's a souvenir shop too. A lot of cottages stretched along the coastline. Sunset Beach Resort is indeed a wide resort. I would recommend Sunset Beach if you are a party goer.


Sunset Beach Resort Rates and Fees

Entrance Fee
Day Tour - PHP 15.00
Overnight - PHP 30.00

Room Rental
PHP 1,200.000 for 4-8 person (Check in time 2:00pm and Checkout time is  12:00 noon)
Open Cottages - PHP 300.00

Jet Ski Rental
15 minutes - PHP 1,500.00
30 minutes - PHP 2,500.00
1 Hour PHP 3,500.00

Banana Boat Ride
15 minutes - PHP 300 per person (maximum of 5 pax)


How to Get There

Sunset Beach Resort is located in Kinawitnon, Babak Samal Island. From Sasa Wharf, ride a barge going to Babak, Samal Island then ride a motorcycle and tell them to take you at Sunset Beach. It is just less 15 minutes going to Sunset Beach from the sea port.

You can also get a boat from Sta. Ana wharf but it's cheaper and easier if you'll start from Sasa Wharf. Barge fare is only  8 to 10 pesos.

Contact Number: 0942-980-9706

Photo Credits to Majar Villapaz

4 Responses to “Sunset Beach Park & Resort - Kinawitnon, Babak Samal Island”

Anonymous said...
April 13, 2014 at 3:42 PM

Hi! When did you post this?

Anonymous said...
October 28, 2014 at 10:53 AM

Ano ba ang present number ng sunset? Di na sila macontact eh.

Anonymous said...
February 24, 2015 at 5:07 PM


Unknown said...
December 15, 2016 at 8:26 AM

bkit di kayu makontak ano ba present number nyu?

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