Home > Barat Adventures, Biyaheng Quezon Province > Puting Buhangin Beach, Pagbilao, Quezon

Puting Buhangin Beach, Pagbilao, Quezon

Quezon Province is known by its many beaches for the province is an isthmus connecting Region IV and the Bicol Region. Surrounding the province are two large bodies of water – on the East lies the great Pacific Ocean and to the West is the quaint Tayabas Bay. I’ve been to some few beach places in Quezon but I’ve never imagined such destination which one usually finds in remote places exist in a place not far beyond reach. This is Puting Buhangin Beach.

A small boat parked in front of the beach

See what I mean by crystal clear?

Standing up to its name, Puting Buhangin literally means “white sand” and Pagbilao will guarantee some what Boracay sands a few hours drive from Manila. Travelers would lavish in the refreshing cool and crystal clear waters after a 30-minute hike. The calm and serene water provides safety for kids who also love having fun under the sun.

Resting at the tip of the long stretch of white sand is Kuwebang Lampas, cave which leading to the other side of the beach.  Be careful, however, during high tide for water almost fills up the cave so children should be watched. On the other hand, during high tide, the water’s height would be perfect for an adrenalin pumping jump on a probably a 25-30 meter drop.

Passing by varying sizes of rocks to the cave.

Inside Kuwebang Lampas.

Kwebang Lampas

Going there is quite difficult but still manageable. From Manila, one will pass by the South Luzon Expressway and take Sto. Tomas Exit and follow the National Road which will pass by the towns of Laguna. Welcoming travelers would be the arch in Tiaong which divides the provinces of Laguna and Quezon. There are diversion roads you can pass by if you want to avoid the traffic in some towns, and cut the travel time to Lucena by approximately 30 minutes. Head South until you pass by the town of Pagbilao and look for Binahaan Elementary School on your right, and a Team Energy Powerplant sign on your left. Turn at the corner which will lead you to the said power plant.

Passing by semi-dirt road.

Upon reaching the gate beside Team Energy Powerplant, a registration fee of P100.00 per car is charged. Local sari sari stores are in the area so might as well do your last minute shopping for provisions. A short drive on rough terrain will lead you to the car park where an overnight parking fee of P200.00 per car is again charged.

A short hike beside the Team Energy Powerplant, walk on a paved cement under the scorching heat, traversing the rocky shoreline, and under the shade of thick trees on a forest will lead you to the refreshing view of Puting Buhangin Beach. A caretaker said that it was a private place so we were again charged with P50.00 per head entrance fee. It was on a holy week when we went there so we were sharing the beach with other tourist and travelers.

The 30-minute hike on rough road…

…beside the Team Energy Power Plant…

Team Energy Power Plant

…traversing the rocky shoreline…

…and the dense forest.


Now, here are some fast facts that may help you on your trip:

1. First, I want to thank our good Samaritan, Mr. Boy Kuripot who recently ventured to Puting Buhangin, and came back holding valuable information for the sake of everyone, including me. Thank you very much, Sir, and I’d be glad to link your website, or Facebook account in Biyaherong Barat.

2. Charges and possible expenses.

P100.00 – entrance fee for overnight stay.
P250.00 – parking fee
P250.00 – bangka (Boy Kuripot, alin ‘to yung mula parking o beach hopping?)
P350.00 – cottage

3. Tricycle from Binahaan

P250.00 – P300.00 – a reasonable price for a 15 kilometer trip
– Tatay Ele’s contact number

4. Boat to Borawan or Dampalitan Island, look for Tatay Presko

4. There are stores and a comfort room in the location. For the cottages reservations look for Gemma,

5. If you get lost, ask around.

6. Enjoy and be safe on your trip.

5. More photos on .

6. You might want to see other Quezon Province destinations

Categories: Barat Adventures, Biyaheng Quezon Province Tags: Barat Adventures, , , , , Dirt, , , , , , , Powerplant, , Prices, , Puting Buhangin Beach, , , Road, Rough, , , , , , Team Energy, , , White Sand
  1. ghem
    April 13, 2011 at 6:42 am | #1
    Reply | Quote

    magkanu po kaya ang all expenses pag punta dito.. thanks!!

    • April 14, 2011 at 1:26 am | #2
      Reply | Quote

      Hello. Mga nasa 10 persons kami, nagastos namin mga 1K each. Nagdala kaming sasakyan para mas tipid. Nagtent lang kami. Ang di ko sure kung pumapayag sila ng overnight kase e, holy week nung pumunta tapos maraming tao. Pero hinarang kami sa gate sabi di daw pwede overnight, although nakapagovernight kami. medyo malabi e. Tapos may entrance fee din. Anyway, heads up lang yun. Basta mga 1,000-1,500 ok ka na dun, basta magcacamping and kung may auto (siyempre medyo mas mahal pag bus). Sana nakatulong. Have a nice and safe trip!

  2. den
    April 23, 2011 at 2:18 pm | #3
    Reply | Quote

    grabe dami babayaran tpos ang gulo pa kausap ng mga caretaker. kaya pala Private property LUKANG FAMILY kc mga lukring mga tao kausap dun

    • April 24, 2011 at 2:01 pm | #4
      Reply | Quote

      Hi den! Nakapunta ba kayo recently? Ano balita? Medyo nahassle din kami dahil magulo nga siya kausap kung siya pa rin yung caretaker last year holy week.

  3. g.swag
    June 4, 2011 at 1:01 pm | #5
    Reply | Quote

    where did you leave your car? thnx

    • June 5, 2011 at 2:11 pm | #6
      Reply | Quote

      Hi, g.swag. We left the car beside Team Energy Power Plant. There’s a parking lot which cost P200 yata for overnight parking. Thanks for visiting my page. I hope I was able to help you. Have a nice day and be safe on your trip. =)

  4. Jing
    June 6, 2011 at 9:03 pm | #7
    Reply | Quote

    Hi po…were planning to go there by weekend…gusto po sana namin magovernight dun sino po yung pede kausapin dun? kasi may nabasa po ko sa ibang blog na kelangan kausapin po si Atty. Peter Lukang sa Lucena City for permission to stay overnight daw po & do you have any contact no. po ng caretaker or kung sino po pede namin makausap prior to our trip po? thanks in advance for your response and
    God bless po;)

    • June 6, 2011 at 9:36 pm | #8
      Reply | Quote

      Hi Alexia. Yes, I’ve read the blog about Atty. Lukang, but unfortunately, I don’t have any contacts. Ang ginawa namin no’n, dumiretso na kami sa Puting Buhangin, tapos nakiusap kami, pero just in case ‘di kami payagan magstay ng overnight, sa may Silangang Nayon namin plano magstay, or sa mga resort na malapit dun. Medyo malabo din kase yung caretaker nung time na yun kase nung una, sabi niya bawal daw magcamp dun, tapos nakita namin andaming nakatent, tapos eventually pinayagan naman kami. ‘Yung iba, ang ginagawa nila, maghahanap sila ng inn na mapapgstay-an tapos magbabangka papunta dun. Pero mas ok na rin siguro na i-check niyo ng direkta, baka mapakiusapan niyo. Pasensya na wala akong contact, pero sana nakatulong kahit papano. Magdadala ba kayong auto?

      Ingat kayo sa biyahe. Enjoy. =)

      • Jing
        June 7, 2011 at 4:36 pm | #9

        thank you so much sa reply:) Nakamotor po kami lahat…san po kaya namin pede iwan na safe or pede po ba ipasok yung motor sa beach mismo?

    • June 7, 2011 at 9:51 pm | #10

      Astig. Masaya yun, a. Dun sa may car park sa tabi ng team energy power plant po pwede mag-iwan, tapos from there may short hike. ‘Di ko lang alam kung magkano yung fee pag-motor. May rough road nga palang dadaanan bago dumating dun sa carpark.

  5. Jing
    June 8, 2011 at 3:16 pm | #11

    great! thanks a lot dude! great help ka talaga;) God bless…

  6. June 12, 2011 at 10:19 pm | #13
    Reply | Quote

    photos are superb! something I myself didn’t even learn from my photog classes back in college :) amazing shots!

  7. emma
    February 19, 2012 at 10:24 am | #15
    Reply | Quote

    Is there a bus from manila to pagbilao or puting buhangin resort? if so where is the bus terminal…..thank you!!

    • February 19, 2012 at 2:32 pm | #16
      Reply | Quote

      Hi Emma. All buses to Bicol pass by the town of Pagbilao. Or, you can take a bus bound to Lucena from either Buendia, Kamias, or Cubao. Get off in Lucena Terminal. From Lucena, there are vans and jeeps to Pagbilao.

      Have a safe trip. Enjoy.

  8. aneth
    March 3, 2012 at 1:14 pm | #17
    Reply | Quote

    yung red n bangka sa father q un alam q un…………..

    TARA NAH …………….. mag saya sa puting buhangin

    • March 4, 2012 at 1:30 am | #18
      Reply | Quote

      Talaga? Wow!!! Game po ako. Ma’am, pwede pa po ba mag-camp sa Puting Buhangin?

      I messaged you in your e-mail. Thanks, Aneth. Have a nice day.

  9. Pye
    March 13, 2012 at 8:06 am | #19
    Reply | Quote

    What would be the possible complications to avoid during the trip? Thanks :)

    • March 13, 2012 at 3:51 pm | #20
      Reply | Quote

      Hello Pye! Well, the only problem I see is if camping in Puting Buhangin is allowed. I was there Holy Week, two years ago and we had to sweet talk and bribe the caretaker to allow us to camp since it’s a private property. If in case, it’s not allowed, there are nearby lodging areas like Silangang Nayon where you can stay for the night and take a boat to Puting Buhangin. Recently, a friend told me that there are lots of white beach in the area aside from Puting Buhangin, you might want to check it out.

      Hopefully I was able to help, I haven’t visited the place ever since so I’m not sure. If you went on with your trip, can you get back at me with the recent changes and how to’s in the area, I’m plannng to go back soon.

      Thank you, and have a safe trip. =)

  10. boy kuripot
    March 22, 2012 at 2:58 am | #21
    Reply | Quote

    hi barat…nice blog..very impormative…going there tom with my team..thanks

    –boy kuripot

    • March 22, 2012 at 5:42 am | #22
      Reply | Quote

      Thank you, sir. Haven’t been there for a while. I’m really looking forward to revisiting it. Are you camping in Puting Buhangin, Sir?

  11. francisem
    March 22, 2012 at 9:17 am | #23
    Reply | Quote

    very helpful blog sir! our team is planning to go there this coming 27th. Lalo akong na e-excite sa mga photo’s mo. too bad day tour lang kami.. for sure bitin ‘to.

    • March 22, 2012 at 9:52 am | #24
      Reply | Quote

      Hi Sir Francis. Marami pong salamat sa pag-bisita sa Biyaherong Barat. Sarap din pong marinig na nakakatulong yung maliit kong space sa internet.

      Ganda talaga sa Puting Buhangin. Na-e-excite din po ako para sa inyo. Matagal na kong hindi nakakapunta ng Pagbilao, at gusto kong makabalik.

      Ok lang po yan kahit day trip, basta maaga pa lang nandun na kayo. Masusulit niyo rin po yung lugar. Isa pang advantage ng maaga, marami po kayong time para magpicture at mag-explore dun.

      Salamat po ulit, Sir Francis. Ingat po sa biyahe. Enjoy.

  12. March 26, 2012 at 7:22 am | #25
    Reply | Quote

    Matagal na naming balak pumunta sa Puting Buhangin. Madami na kaming nabasa na magagandang reviews about the place. May tanong lang po ako, kailangan pa po bang ipaalam sa namamahala sa Puting Buhangin na pupunta kami or okay na po yung diretso na kami don sa beach. Salamat! :)

    • March 26, 2012 at 9:17 am | #26
      Reply | Quote

      Well… that I’m not really sure. Ang ginawa ko nun kase nag-walk in lang. Pagdating ko dun sa Puting Buhangin, hinarang kami ng caretaker dahil madami daw tao no’n, at private daw yun. Pagtapos namin bayaran, ok na din naman. I would suggest that you have a back up plan. Let’s say, ‘di nila payagan overnight, there’s a resort called Silangang Nayon. It’s one of the known resorts in Pagbilao. I want to go there also, so I can improve my blog about Puting Buhangin. Nagresearch na rin kase ako about diyan dati kaso talagang walang may definite na sagot, e.

  13. Aivee
    March 26, 2012 at 12:42 pm | #27

    hi,pwede b magovernyt?

    • March 26, 2012 at 3:55 pm | #28
      Reply | Quote

      Hi Aivee. Nakapag-overnight kami sa Puting Buhangin mismo, pero now, I’m not sure if they allow it. I’m so sorry, haven’t been back for quite some time.

  14. boy kuripot
    March 27, 2012 at 1:31 am | #29
    Reply | Quote

    Hi Barat…been there last Mar 23 fri night with my FA Team..thank you very much for you blog!
    It more fun in Pagbilao! It a must place to go in Quezon!
    It is highly reccomendable for nature lovers, seeking for apeace of mind and want to escape the city life!! just hear the sound of nature.

    Our plan is just a day hike but we lasted 2 days & 2 nights! ayaw na namin iwan ang puting buhangin!
    We got a direct contact person from Kanto ng Binahaan Elem School name Tatay Elly na napaka bakit at napaka supportive..sinamahan nya kami the entire trip. then ate gemma the caretake of puting buhangin is also the receptionist, we paid entrance fee 100P/each for overnight stay. 350 for the cottage and 250 for the banka ,250 parking fee balikan na un.me dala kami 2 tent..pagdating sa puting buhangin..andun si lando d cearetaker..i a assist agad kayo sa needs nyo…kami lang ang tao dun till 9AM..siguro the whole day is umabot ng 100 ang tao..but it is not crowded…walang lasing..walang maingay..kasi alang kuryente…masarap..nakaka relax..at ang place..di matatawaran ang ganda…puntahan nyo na lang at ingatan…leave no traces pag alis nyo…sana wag maging commercialized ito…sana ganun na lang..para hindi masala-ula ng mga walang pagpapaphalaga ke mother nature….too many to mentione about good things of this island..nagkaroon na ako ng baseline ng beach!..kung di rin lang puting buhangin…wag na lang.!
    Its really more fun in the Phillipines!
    Salamt ke mother nature at syempre….ke barat!

    • March 27, 2012 at 1:44 am | #30
      Reply | Quote

      Woooooow! Thank you very much sa information, Sir. Nangangati na kong bumalik sa Puting Buhangin. Madaming po matutulong yang comment niyo sa mga nagtatanong (isa ako dun). Babalik ako dun soon ngayong summer, write about it, and mention you. Actually i-edit ko na ‘tong blog to inform them. Do you have a website kung san kayo nagpopost ng pictures para makita ng ibang readers? Ili-link ko na lang po.

      Again thank you very much for getting back at me. Marami po kayong natulungan.

  15. Guiseppe Renelle
    March 27, 2012 at 3:20 am | #31
    Reply | Quote

    Anyone here to help me who to contact with in Puting Buhangin? And i need a quotation on how much we need for 2 days and 2 nights stay. It’s okay if we’re not gonna stay in Puting Buhangin, any villas or resort near in Puting Buhangin will do then.

    I highly appreciated your help guys! Thanks! :)

  16. P-noy
    March 27, 2012 at 3:46 am | #33
    Reply | Quote

    hi boy kuripot,

    we’re planning to go this sunday…pde kya malaman ung contact mo dun? i mean cp# ni tatay elly at ate gemma? laking tulong kc ung para maging maganda escapade nmin….tnx!

  17. March 30, 2012 at 2:39 pm | #34
    Reply | Quote

    This blog is indeed so helpful.We are planning to visit it next week.April 5 or 6.Exited aq coz of good and positive reviews from lots of blogs.Just wonderin, hnde ba nkakatakot maglakad from the place n binabaan ng tric going to the Puting Buhangin?I would appreciate your response po.;)

    • March 30, 2012 at 4:21 pm | #35
      Reply | Quote

      Hi Mydee! Safe naman po yung hike. May trail naman po. Ewan ko lang po dun sa part nung mga may rocks. Konting ingat lang. Pero safe naman po. Meron din naman pong boat na marerent dun sa may parking area kung ayaw niyo maghike.

  18. jen
    April 2, 2012 at 7:45 am | #36
    Reply | Quote

    Great blog! and the best part is napakasipag ni Mr. Barat na sumagot sa comments and questions. Ok yung update ni boy kuripot… Hope to visit the place week after the holy week para less tourists… meron ba silang tents for rent doon? and we’ll [robably commute, meron po kayong idea kung magkano yung tricycle from brgy. Polo to parking area? or baka pwede maka hingi ng contact number ni tatay eli. Maraming salamat! :)

    • April 2, 2012 at 7:53 am | #37
      Reply | Quote

      Hello Jen. Thank you very much. Thank you din kay Boy Kuripot na-update yung blog. Tents? I’m not sure but they have cottages. Nung pumunta kami, nagdala kaming sasakyan kaya wala akong idea kung magkano yung tricycle. Medyo may kalayuan yun kaya subukan niyo na lang tumawad sa reasonable price. Unfortunately, wala akong contact ni Tatay Ely. Try niyo na lang tanungin dun sa mga tricycle.

      Hindi pa ko nakakabalik kaya hindi ako sigurado.

      Mr. Boy Kuripot, may number ka ba ni Tatay Ely? Thank you talaga! Malaki talaga natulong mga sa mga pupunta sa Puting Buhangin.

  19. boy kuripot
    April 9, 2012 at 12:32 am | #38
    Reply | Quote

    Hi Barat,.happy easter.
    been there again last April 7 with my kids & nephews,,they really appreciated the place and enjoyed the entire day….and surprisingly,,its too crowded that time…~ 2K siguro ang guests at me mga yate pa na dumating…5 lang nmn yung cottage kaya sa damuhan at sa buhangin na nag palipas ng oras ang karamihan…pero malinis pa rin at di nila kayang labuin ang tubig..crystal clear pa rin..marami rin foriegners akong nakita na maghapon ding nag enjoy sa linis ng dagat..
    by the way..sa tricycle from kanto ng binahaan –> parking sa me banka babayad kayo ng 250PhP –> 300PhP depende sa charm mo sa tawaran…fair enough sa 15 Kms na takbo ng tricycle..walang for rent na tents dun…kanya kanyang dala…
    malapit na syang idevelop this year..magtatayo daw dun ng hotels and other amenities…hindi na daw sya pag aari ng LUKANG family….owned na sya ng Pagbilao Development Corp…

    Its an ideal place for team building..so a bigger number of my team is planning to go there by April 21st and all cottages will be reserve for us for 2 nights…..~ we are about a group of 100…so those who are planning to go there by april, bring your tents on 21st…

    e2 nga pala number ni tatay ele(tricycle) mabait at pinakamurang sumingil…09129624204..sabihin nyo lang po kay ybet nyo nakuha number nyo…kung gusto nyo naman discounted na banka ride for island hooping going to borawan island or dampalitan island…look for tatay Presko…mabait at pinakamurang sumingil..sabihin nyo lang tropa kayo ni ybet..di kayo tatagain sa singil nun..
    kung gusto nyo pa reserve ng cottage..call gemma the local receptionist 09475911630..

    see you there…

    • April 9, 2012 at 2:12 am | #39
      Reply | Quote

      Happy Easter, Boy Kuripot. Nasa Cagbalete Island naman ako nung weekend. Trabaho. Thank you sa info. Dami ding nagtatanong. The best ka talaga! Subukan ko pumunta ng 21 so we can meet. My friends are planning to conduct an ocular in Pagbilao and add it to Biyahe Lokal‘s destinations.

      Update ko ulit yung blog ko. Dami mo talagang natulong sa mga travelers. Thank you, Sir.

  20. jenny
    April 11, 2012 at 8:25 pm | #40
    Reply | Quote

    hi! nakakatuawa ung blog at palitan nyo ng comments! btw, i’m planning to go there with my family and my bf’s family on May.. can you give us a heads-up how much will it costs us? cguro min of 12 kmi.. thanks!

  21. boy kuripot
    April 12, 2012 at 12:41 am | #41
    Reply | Quote

    hi jenny, depende kasi sa point of origin nyo at ano ang prefered nyong pagpunta.
    kung 12 kayo from manila at me dala kayong sasakayan siguro 1.3K/head is good enough for overnyt stay…kung commute cguro 1.7K/each…20K nyo sigurao is good enough…punta kayo ng mas maaga para sulit ang stay nyo..pa reserve na rin kayo ng cottage…masarap don..malinis nag tubig at hindi amoy dagat..dala lang kayo ng maraming mineral water…pwede naman dun na magpabili..yun nga lang mas mataas syempre..i review mo n lang tong blog ni barat…puno na ng info yan..

    • April 12, 2012 at 12:53 am | #42
      Reply | Quote

      Hahaha!!! Thanks, Boy Kuripot. Ikaw talaga maasahan.

      Hi Jenny, sana nakatulong yung blog sa biyahe niyo. Balitaan mo kami pagkabalik. Have a safe trip. Enjoy.

  22. boy kuripot
    April 12, 2012 at 12:42 am | #43
    Reply | Quote

    hi barat..musta ang cagbalete island..ok ba..plan nmin this may punta dun after anawangin…thanks bro

    • April 12, 2012 at 12:54 am | #44
      Reply | Quote

      Ok dun. Marami nga lang tao than usual pero hindi naman kasing dami na parang Puerto Galera. Steady pa din.

      May biyahe din ulit kami ng May ng Cagbalete, baka mag-abot tayo. Kita kits na lang dun.

  23. Jelliebean
    April 12, 2012 at 5:06 am | #45
    Reply | Quote

    good day! im planning to go there with my bf this Sunday. how much po kaya ang boat ride from puting buhangin to
    Borawan/Dampalitan island?any idea?thank you for posting this!!! :)

  24. boy kuripot
    April 12, 2012 at 6:15 am | #46
    Reply | Quote

    Hi Jellie Bean, kung iikutin nyo from Puti–> Borawan–> Dampalitan 1 way,,it would cost you ~ 2K ->2.5k…good for 8-10 person…pero kung kayo lang 2 ng BF mo..you only need small banka..i would suggest to contact tatay presko…1K~1.5K lang + konting pakisama..abutan nyo ng yosi ( philip ) kasado na yun sa balikan…sa Puti din kasi kayo babalik kasi mas ideal mag overnyt dun kesa sa ibang island..enjoy!

  25. Jelliebean
    April 13, 2012 at 1:18 am | #47
    Reply | Quote

    Thaaankss! ang bilis ng reply ^ ^

    • April 13, 2012 at 5:22 pm | #48
      Reply | Quote

      Thank you, Boy Kuripot! =)

      • Jelliebean
        April 19, 2012 at 5:05 am | #49

        Hi boy kuripot and boy barat!…sa Cagbalete Island kami nagpunta and nagstay kami sa Villa Cleofas… :) gondooo! :) at super bait ng owner……. gondo rin sa Sabang!

    • April 23, 2012 at 11:31 pm | #50

      Hi Jelliebean!

      I’m glad to hear that. Teka, kailan kayo pumunta? Nung holy week nasa Cagbalete Island din ako, pero sa Pansacola Resort kami nagstay.

  26. April 17, 2012 at 7:49 am | #51
    Reply | Quote

    HI! Gusto ko rin mag punta dito, pero nakita ko may 30-min hike papunta sa beach? Is this optional or bawal talga ang vehicles? Sorry for asking, kse ung kasama ko ng trip can’t do long walks (more like not allowed to) lalo na with baggage :(

    BTW, thanks for posting this!

    • April 17, 2012 at 8:04 am | #52
      Reply | Quote

      Mula sa parking lot, may mga boat dun na pwedeng magdala to Puting Buhangin.

      Tama ba, Boy Kuripot? (Siya kase nakapunta recently lang, e)

  27. boy kuripot
    April 17, 2012 at 9:42 am | #53

    Tama ka barat…optional po ang trekking…from parking kasi..u have to ride a boat ( 20PhP/Head) cguro ~ 400 meters un..then bababa kayo few steps to transfer to another boat going to puting buhangin( 250Php/ Trip) …BUT…kung dayhike lang nmn kayo at konti lang dala nyong gamit..pwede na rin trekking ~ then about 15 – 20 mins..andun na kayo sa puting buhangin..di nmn sya delikado…pero sa 1st timer…mas mainam na mag boat kayo..para madaanan nyo ung mga rocks formation, boulders at crystal clear water..then bubungad sa inyo pagliko ang puting buhangin…then sa pagbalik na kayo mag trek…
    ingat po ang enjoy!
    leave no traces!

  28. carmela
    April 20, 2012 at 9:52 am | #54
    Reply | Quote

    hello..ask ko lang meron bang mga tindahan na malapit na mabibilhan ng instant food or any restaurant na mura malapit sa beach….?

  29. lanie
    April 22, 2012 at 8:50 am | #55
    Reply | Quote

    HI!… sa mga nabasa ko, mukhang exciting nga sa puting buhangin. kaya lang importante kasi sa aming mga girls ang CR, paggusto naming magbawas at magbanlaw?…. meron bang tubig o poso sa puting buhangin?…..

    • April 23, 2012 at 11:26 pm | #56
      Reply | Quote

      Hi Lanie,

      I agree. Kailangan talaga ng CR for girls, and yes, meron silang CR.

      Enjoy. Have a safe trip. Kuwentuhan mo kami pagkabalik mo.

  30. nakangiting langit
    April 25, 2012 at 3:02 am | #57
    Reply | Quote

    im sorry to say this…too sad..we were so frustrated when we were in puting buhangin…its not white after all…andami mong babayaran ..di mo alam kung para saan..and its not worth it..its too crowded..walang cr..liligo ka sa putikan..walang mabibilihan ng pagkain at wala ka ng space..sa damuhan kami nag stay malapit na puno ng mga basura..then some of my friends nakapitan ng dikya at natusok ng mga sea orchins..then yong nakatabi pa namin na mga naka tent dun sa parteng dulo..mga mukhang DOM…mga manyakis kung makatingin kasi mga lasing…we were soo scared lalo n nung gabi na..its too dark and unsafe..no securities at all..di na kami babalik dun…

  31. nakangiting langit
    April 25, 2012 at 3:21 am | #58
    Reply | Quote

    im sorry to say this…too sad..we were so frustrated when we were in puting buhangin…its not white after all…andami mong babayaran ..di mo alam kung para saan..and its not worth it..its too crowded..walang cr..liligo ka sa putikan..walang mabibilihan ng pagkain at wala ka ng space..sa damuhan kami nag stay malapit na puno ng mga basura..then some of my friends nakapitan ng dikya at natusok ng mga sea orchins..then yong nakatabi pa namin na mga naka tent dun sa parteng dulo..mga mukhang DOM…mga manyakis kung makatingin kasi mga lasing…we were soo scared lalo n nung gabi na..its too dark and unsafe..no securities at all..di na kami babalik dun…

    • April 26, 2012 at 4:06 am | #59
      Reply | Quote

      Hi Nakangiting Langit,

      I’m really sorry to hear that. That’s very sad. But I have to see it for myself though. There are many hidden beach spots in Pagbilao, not far from Puting Buhangin, according to others who have also been there, you might want to check it out. =)

  32. boy kuripot
    April 25, 2012 at 3:34 am | #60
    Reply | Quote

    hi nakangiting langit..i like your call sign..

  1. No trackbacks yet.

Leave a Reply to boy kuripot Cancel reply