A Wild Night out on the Boracay PubCrawl

You come to Boracay for two things:

1) to soak up the sun on the beautiful beaches
2) to party your face off

The outrageous Boracay PubCrawl is here to help with the second option.



Upon arrival at my hostel, I learned that EVERYONE who comes to the island joins the pub crawl.

Well, if everyone else does it then I guess I gotta do it too...right?


So I rounded up some new friends at MNL Hostel (which is a sweet hostel by the way!), pre-drank a few beers and then we headed to the first bar.


After meeting our welcoming pub crawl leaders and taking the first shot of the night, we started to mingle with all the other folks. There was a rule for the night: you had to make an effort to meet new people. If a pub crawl leader asked you a question about the guy or girl standing next to you and you didn't know the answer, your face would get drawn on.


As you can see, I failed big time. :(

The first bar on a pub crawl is always the most awkward. People attempt to make small talk and are way too sober. The Boracay PubCrawl tried to make the situation more fun by playing icebreaker games. Like I said, they "tried". The games were super lame but if you suck it up and play along, you'll be rewarded with free shots of Malibu.








After multiple shots of Malibu, the night started to blur.







We crawled from bar to bar and finally finished at a silent disco.






As you can see, I definitely enjoyed the silent disco a little too much. 

The next morning, I woke up in an alcohol soaked t-shirt with hazy memories and a raging hangover. I guess that means it was a good night! :) 

If you're ever in Boracay, you need to join the Boracay PubCrawl. For 690 pesos ($17), you get a free t-shirt, a shot glass necklace, a free shot at every bar, entry to all the venues and memories that will last a lifetime! 


Photos courtesy of Boracay PubCrawl

Melissa Li

I’m a Canadian girl on a quest to step foot in every continent before I’m 30. You’ll most likely find me chowing down on Japanese ramen, partying at a music festival, hiking to the top of a scenic lookout, cuddling with cats, or chilling out at the beach. I’ve visited over 60 countries so far and hope to inspire you to do the same.

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