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Bulan Villas - Siargao

Bulan Villas - A bali-vibes accomodation in Siargao! 




Bulan Villas is a small, family-owned and family-run business located in the center of General Luna town. Its an Island style villas inspired by traditional Siargao architecture offering free WiFi, a sun terrace with a swimming pool, garden and bar. 






The property is around 1.4 miles from Cloud 9 Surfing Area, 4.3 miles from Daku Island and 8 miles from Naked Island. The property has a restaurant and Guyam Island is 1.4 miles away. At the resort, the rooms come with a closet.





Our Accomodation:
We stayed in their fanroom which is good for 2 persons only. The room is about 9 square meters in the floor area. The bathroom and common area is shared with other guests of the fanroom villa. They have total 6 fanrooms in the vicinity. What I love in Bulan Villas, even though the bathroom is shared, they always kept it perfectly clean and neat. 




Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/bulanvillas/

Click here to book via AGODA:
https://www.agoda.com/partners/partnersearch.aspx?pcs=1&cid=1832749&hl=en&hid=7840812

PS:
Your Siargao trip is incomplete if youre not going to explore the Island. I highly recommend GOTMARKED Tours for a hassle-free tour in Siargao Island.  They also offer photography services 😉 +63 999 381 0508

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