Real, Quezon

Yes, yes, you might’ve heard about this place…

Three hours away from Marcos Highway is a quaint hipster resort located in the province of Quezon called Reál Surf PH.
I went there one June weekend to celebrate a dear colleague's birthday.

Reál Surf PH is fairly new. It’s a destination resort ideal for a laid-back weekend experience.
I heard there are a couple of accommodations on the coast, but this resort definitely pops from the rest.

You probably know why.

The vibrant cabanas, surfing-inspired murals, and Instagrammable signages are just few of the little things that could make your stay as cozy as it seems.

It also isn’t just for surfers alone. Actually, the beach was flat when we got there. No waves at all.

We stayed in a medium cabana; one where 5 pax would fit comfortably. All cabanas come with a single cushion, hammock, mosquito net, fan, small table, picnic table, and beach chair. Just make sure to bring pillows, blankets, and comforters for the resort doesn’t provide any of those. Each cabana also has 2 outlets for your charging needs, but cellular signal would be impossible to come by––well at least for Globe.

You can bring your own food; grilling stations are conveniently available near the cabanas. Better drop by at their local wet market because they’re selling freshly-caught seafood at an intensely cheap price. Plus, it’ll surely save you heaps for food!

That’s it! If you want to know more, you may visit Reál Surf PH's Facebook page! :)

How I wish I could’ve stayed longer but with its proximity from Manila,
revisiting isn't far from impossible.

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