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All in all very good hostel. Very nice owner and good service. Hostel with good location. They made very tasty breakfast for extra charge, definetely was worth it. Water pressure was good in shower and rooms were tidy.
I highly recommend this hostel and with the food they offer, it is a must visit if you are not staying.
Ask for Silay and Mark and ask them to make you pizza. They also offer good wild tea and brewed coffe.
Sabang is a lovely small resort with a beautiful beach and great access to the underground river. Cafe Sabang is a 5 minute walk to the beach. It is good value but very basic. Reasonably clean, good mosquito net, no fans or electric in rooms...More
We felt like home in this small paradise. The owners are really kind, fun and helpful and the food was just amazing.
The only problem is if like us you start with this place, no doubt that you will want to go back!
6€ for a private room with shared bathroom. It is cleanish and convenient to visit Underground river.
WiFi is really bad and they charge 20 pesos. You have only a few hours of electricity.
Try the pizza. But try quick they have limited units 😂...More
US$14 - US$15 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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We are staying at Cafe Sabang durring 6-8 March as part of our trip to Philippines 5-19 March, visiting Palawan an Busuanga starting from Puerto Proncesa. I was reading up on malaria in Phillipines and was wondering if I could ask You if You had any information about the situation as I don't know where to turn to with this question. Do you know if it is advisable to take the malaria pills as a precaution? We are hesitant to do that if there is not much need as I have also read about the possible medication side effects. Thanks in advance!
22 February 2017|
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Response from Richard H | Reviewed this property |
Just returned from Philippines - mainly jungle walking (birdwatching).
Mosquitos not a problem really - low numbers and deterrent worked (I always use Deet & never take malaria tablets because of the bad side-effects)