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Malay Mayor Bautista felt vindicated



BORACAY Island, Malay Aklan-Malay Mayor Frolibar Bautista said he felt vindicated after receiving reports that Boracay made it the top-ranking white-sand beach in the world, according to a survey made by Cabinzero, a British travel website.

The report was released on May 28, but the news only came to this resort island today, June 3. The Cabinzero describe Boracay as a pure paradise, and it’s widely recognized as one of the best white sand beaches in the world. Its pristine white sand stretches for over 4 kilometers, framing crystal-clear turquoise waters that gently lap against the shore.

‘ ‘Imagine walking along the shoreline of a beach with the most exquisite sand you’ve ever laid eyes on. The sand is so delicate and powdery that it feels like walking on clouds. It’s a beachgoer’s paradise, a sunbather’s dream come true. What’s more? Its sand stays cool to the touch, even on the hottest of summer days. That’s right, you can visit this beach anytime, in any season, and still experience the ultimate barefoot stroll. With its pure, delicate sand, this beach is the perfect destination for those seeking a truly magical seaside getaway,” it added.

The Cabinzero did not specify what their criteria were in choosing Boracay as the best white sand beach in the world.

Following Boracay are 11 other best white sand beaches: Whitehaven Beach of Whitsunday Island, Australia; Clearwater Beach of Florida, USA; Carmel Beach of Carmel-by-the-Sea in California; Diani Beach of Kenya; Varadero Beach, Cuba; and Grace Bay White Sand Beach of Turks and Caicos. At the eight spots are Long Beach in Phu Quoc, Vietnam; Palm Beach in Aruba; Maya Beach, Thailand; Anse Source D’Argent of the Seychelles; and the 12th Tulum Beach, Mexico.

Bautista said in a phone interview that he shows that his administrative strategy of sustaining the cleanliness of Boracay is working because it earns recognition from all over the world.

“I continuously urged tourists, especially Boracay residents, to follow my policies because I am doing all of this for the good of Boracay and Malay,” he said.

Data from the Malay Tourism Office indicates that from January 1–May 31 this year, Boracay has already registered 904, 026 foreign and local tourists. The Malay LGU targets 2.3 million tourists this year.


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