September 23, 2016 Real, Quezon


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 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 "picture-perfect" 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 a 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!

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 a big deal!

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