Baganga Nightlife, Philippines
While most urban destinations are filled with fancy entertainment hubs and loud disco bars, the surfing spot of Baganga takes the pleasure of giving you sea-breeze enjoyment, night swimming and country music with folks.
Most household in the 18 barangays of this town embrace a more laid-back, unhurried way of spending the night out. Home cooking is common to locals here, so a cozy feeling is experienced by any visitor. Some Filipino dishes as kare-kare, grilled fish, pinakbet and tomato-filled pork sautee are just among what the humble residents can offer you. Yummy as any food can be, you are to crave for more. No worries, the people can prepare some if you desire to be stuffed. Buses and tricycles whistle along the roads, still transporting locals even until 10 pm or sometimes midnight. Usually, these passengers are coming from neighboring towns for work and some tourists that get caught late on the road. Some are yet coming home from shopping at the public market.
Primarily, karaoke singing and home eating are what’s enjoyed in Baganga when it’s dark. Others go night swimming at Mahoc Beach or Lambajon Beach. Most enjoy the sun at daytime, though. Townsmen and tourists take the time to travel to the city proper of Mati (the province’s capital) for some sophisticated frolic. It’s where most hotel accommodations are found such as Kinanatu Hotel, Roques Pension House, Tyron’s Loding House, Andrada Inn and Hideaway Inn. You can indulge some real god dishes at Kinanatu Restaurant, Ian & Fides Ihaw-Ihaw, Shan & Hazel, Chika Deli Ihaw-Ihaw Place and a lot more. Band performances, lounge singing, karaoke singing, fine dining, pool swimming are in store for those who want to make the most of their weekend indulgence.
When your trip is slated in time for the Balyan Festival in October, night time can be a bit more pleasurable. Most households are up late serving food and drinks to neighbors and any visitor knocking at their doorstep. Nightly entertainment is made available to culminate the festivity. Beer, tuba, rhum and softdrinks are overflowing. Even music is as loud as if it’s calling upon the nature’s advocates to celebrate along.
Clean fun is best enjoyed in a humble place as Baganga. Gimmick along with the natives until the wee hours of the morning, and right before another day begins, you’ll be excited to be among the very first to take a glimpse at the sun slowly rising above. Then, you’ll say, “Another fun day in the Philippines has just begun”.
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