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Leisure walk

Bonuan Tondaligan Beach was recently rehabilitated and i acn say that this is a good place to hang... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
via mobile
can skip,

this is local dump rubbish here, waste , dont have any tourist spot, but there seldom ppl visit... read more

Reviewed 23 April 2017
Isle of Man, United Kingdom
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“the cottages” (2 reviews)
“fresh air” (2 reviews)
“karaoke” (5 reviews)
Dagupan, Luzon, Philippines
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Bonuan Tondaligan Beach was recently rehabilitated and i acn say that this is a good place to hang out with your family. Its clean and well organized. You can bring your own food for grilling or you can also order food from the shed/tent owners...More

Reviewed 23 April 2017

this is local dump rubbish here, waste , dont have any tourist spot, but there seldom ppl visit here, so u can get ur own private beach, but i stayed for just a small amount of time here, not worth to visit

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Reviewed 9 March 2017

Quality time hanging out with friends and family. The beach is lined up with sheds and cottages you can rent. It is a top tourist draw in Pangasinan. You can get some fresh grilled seafood from the operators of the cottages. Whether it be a...More

1  Thank ehmoy
Reviewed 15 November 2016

Over the years I have grown to love this spot. It's not a beach that is up there with the Bondi's or the Kuta's of the world, but it has a lot going for it. The cottages are simple but well maintained - many have...More

1  Thank wilbur20
Reviewed 29 August 2016 via mobile

It was a horrible experience, The beach looks like it hasn't been touched for years, It's abandoned and there is no sight to see. We drove to there by car and it's just not worth it. Better visit another beach

1  Thank blumen_krebz
Reviewed 6 June 2016

Whether you have something to splurge or on a tight budget, this is a place where you can spend your weekend. You can stay in cottages along the beach of in hotels near the beach. You can eat on some turo-turo along the beach or...More

3  Thank Mark Anthony F
Reviewed 27 April 2016

I haven't been in this place for quite a while now... Though I can say that this is very good place to view the sunrise and sunset.

1  Thank Elai_Elai_Eh_Eh
Reviewed 9 April 2016

Actually this place used to be famous.According to history this is where Gen Douglas Mcarthur made his first landing in the Philippines.The Statue of Gen D.Mcarthur can be found here but sad to say it is almost ruin.

3  Thank rolan n
Reviewed 25 March 2016 via mobile

Way too many children asking for money. Too many dogs. Too many vendors. Get your own 500 pesos cottage with karaoke for one day during off-peak season and holidays.

1  Thank Prince R
Reviewed 16 January 2016

I was there in 2011 - no option to change the date, sorry. But.. I tell you- no matter where you go in the Philippines there's always great people to treat you nice, this beach particularly is not my forte because I like white sand...More

2  Thank LoveLiveTravel1976
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glenda d
8 March 2015|
Response from rolan n | Reviewed this property |
When you reach the junction in Lucao where 7/11 is just turn left and proceed De Venecia extension road.At the end is silverio then turn left again and proceed to Bonuan Gueset.Tondaligan Beach is within this area.