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Best things to do in Culion

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Natural Feature
“The island of Malcapuya is located 2 hours away from Coron Town. It’s definitely worth the ride. We’ve been to a lot of beaches in the Philippines and we thought nothing will match Boracay’s powdery white sand, but Malcapuya surprised us!”
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Museum
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Natural Feature
“A former leaper colony, Culion now offers a combination of otherworldly underwater seascapes, historic allure, and a genuine community spirit and hospitality that is increasingly becoming hard to find. The place offers a feeling of remoteness and isolation, where you can reflect and recharge from the urban grind, making it a popular venue for retreats. For those who hate beach party scenes and want a more meaningful destination, this may just be the best place to visit.”
1 local recommends
Lodging
“Banana Island’s beach compared to Malcapuya and Bulog Dos is shorter. The swimming area though is deeper hence tourists stay here longer to snorkel. If you’re lucky enough, you might spot a Giant Clam. According to our guide, it’s abundant around the island.”
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Point of Interest
“Unlike most of the other ships, the Irako Maru was not able to escape the Manila attacks. The Irako Maru was a 149-meter long refrigeration cargo ship traveling between Japan and what is now Taiwan. The wheel house at 34 meters and the cargo deck at 36 meters can be a beautiful penetration dive for recreational wreck divers. Technical divers can enter the wreck from the cargo hold at 40 meters to explore other internal decks.”
1 local recommends
Natural Feature
Lodging
“Farm to Kitchen. We take our food very seriously on the island and try to give you what others can’t: a real, flavourful home-cooked feeling using the best and safest local ingredients we know. We grow our own vegetables, citrus, herbs, and poultry. We have access to the freshest non- farmed seafood and cook only with natural organic ingredients. We prepare fresh salads and greens, grilles or steamed seafood, grilled meat, rice potatoes, pastas, fresh fruits, home-made bread, and a slew of other dishes we can customise to suite our guests’ needs. We use canola oil, extra virgin olive oil, and extra virgin coconut oil when cooking and avoir MSG and other artificial flavorants as well as avoid”
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Store
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