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I was looking forward to going to Baybay beach, as Filipinos seem to be crazy about the place, but was disappointed when I got there. It was just disgusting! I'm not a picky person, but this place was just all around gross. So much trash...More
The beach itself is quite nice but the problem is there are garbages everywhere. They really should try to keep it clean so that it will be more attractive to tourists. Also it’s too dark at night. There are no lights at all near the...More
We had a side travel while in Roxas for a wedding and decided to enjoy the morning by this beach. If it would have maintenance it would definitely look better. You could enjoy a morning jog or walking session. You could enjoy this place for...More
From the airport we headed straight to Baybay beach (10php per head for a tricycle ride) to have breakfast. Good thing there was 1 stall open which offers budget meals. While waiting for our food, we went to the beach and saw families either taking...More
The beach has fine brown sand... difficult to remove from clothing. The beach is also very dirty with all kinds of trash strewn around. It's so disgusting during lowtide when it's more evident. I guess all that trash comes from the many restaurants that line...More
A really nice place to eat, We had our lunch in one of the local ihaw-ihaw (albason's ihaw-ihaw)the view is nice, very peaceful, the foods are great it's a nice change from the usual fast food eat out..
End of October. After offering prayers for the souls of our dearly departed ones, we ate at Almax Restaurant at Baybay.
The fish soup was heaven. The grilled scallops with butter, garlic, and cheese were sinfully delicious. The price was around P200/person ($4/person).
First on our list when we landed in Roxas is to check out the Baybay Beach. Not exactly the beach itself but the restaurants serving those yummy seafoods. We went there early morning for a heavy breakfast and truly Roxas never disappoints when it comes...More
If this was white sand, it would be bigger than Boracay. But because it is brown or darker sand, it is not as appealing. It is still full of locals on weekends. The water is nice and warm, beach is clean.