New Look Of Boracay Island After Few Weeks Of Rehabilitation
Here is the new look of Boracay Island, the country’s top tourist destination a few weeks after it undergoes rehabilitation and restoration.
Boracay Island has been the headlines of several local news outlets and social media pages after the Duterte administration has ordered the closure of the famous tourist spot for improper waste disposal.
The wonderful haven has been closed to the tourists last April 26, 2018, for a total rehabilitation and restorations of the island.
Recently, a Facebook user named Philip Familara has shared the photos of the new look Boracay Island a few weeks after it undergoes on the rehabilitation process.
Previously, the country’s tourist spot has been filled with numerous business establishments, garbage, and green algae caused by improper disposal of garbage.
The new look of Boracay Island amazed the social media users and urging to implement the strict compliance to proper waste disposal.
Here are some of the comments:
Bryan G. Cuevas: “Seryoso? Ang ganda!!!”
Voi Meyer: “maaliwalas tignan islang isla di ba!”
Gracia Torres Pediernos: “ Strict compliance to waste disposal should be enforced!”
Stephen Gatt: “This is how I remember Boracay when I first visited 30 yrs ago”
Emmanuel Culanag: “Dapat tent na lang gamitin tapos may public shower and toilet…at bawal din ang magkalat ng mga basura..”
Lenard Intang Palinda: “ Mali talaga desisyon ni digong ang linis oh… ang ganda pa mali talaga c presidente.. “
Chris Faukner: “Sucks that it got to the point that the government had to step in to keep it safe and clean, but the pristine beaches DO look very inviting!
I am sure it will be a much better place in the long run for getting the infrastructure updated. And hopefully people will discover that there is more to the Philippines than Boracay!”
Arnel G. Pastrana: “Ako may suggestion na dapat ordinance na dapat ipatupad sa boracay “no plastic in boracay” ban ang plastic sa boracay.. alam nyo yang ordinance na yan alone will give more jobs sa boracay later on..”
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