Brgy. Balabag, Boracay island, Malay, Aklan, Philippines

Apply named Boracay Terraces, the resort's design was inspired by the breathtaking Philippine rice terraces -- a stairway to heaven.

The resort boasts of 15 spacious rooms with a balcony overlooking the dazzling sea and lush green mountains. The resort's 3 new luxurious suites have a spectacular view of the island's crystal blue waters. The suites are only a few steps from Boracays' finest powder soft white sand.

Boracay Terraces' Taj Resto is at the very tip of Boracay's famous 4 kilometer white beach.

As you dine on the freshest catch of the day -- lobster, crabs, fish and shrimps and the most exciting flavors -- from the crispy Filipino "lechon" roasted pig to varied choices of the toppings -- salami, pesto, olives -- of the Italian pizza.

Taj resto at night -- pure romance and magic. A pianist plays on the grand piano and a saxophone player accompanies her --- their music blending beautifully into the night.

You can choose to dine in the tables in the beach lit by torches. Or you may go up to the roof deck of Taj resto where you dine under the stars over looking the ocean.

You can stretch on the bamboo floor of "Damgu" -- an adjoining deck of the resto. "Damgu" is the Visayas word for dream. Here you can lie and gaze at the sun sinking into the horizon.

Duyan . . . a spa by the beach.

Duyan is the Visayan word for the native hammock made of handwooven abacca. Named after the duyans or hammocks surrounding this quaint grass roof and bamboo -- "bahay kubo" -- spa cabannas, which is nestled in the center of Boracay Terraces Resort.


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