Malapascua Island, Visayan Sea, Cebu, Philippines
Malapascua Island is located across a shallow strait from the northernmost of Cebu Island in the Visayan Sea. It is part of Logon, Daanbantayan in the Province of Cebu. It is a very small island with only 2.5 kilometers along and 1 km wide, with about 3,000. The island has its white sand beaches and crystal clear waters ideal for swimming.
The Island got its name according to the town folks was when during Christmas day celebration when Spaniards reached the Island. It was supposed to be a very special celebration unfortunately, a storm hit the island and so came the name “Malapascual” or Unfortunate Christmas.
The island was rumored to have many hidden treasures left by the Japanese during the World War II that talks and rumors said that there where many people had found the secret stash of Yamashita.
Malapascua is truly such a nice place if you would like to spend your day relaxing. Or if you wanted to spend your time diving in its wonderful coral gardens. Spend your night with your family and loved ones waiting for the sun to set. Or walk in the island's white sand beaches or tour the whole island can be done within half a day or less.
Your visit here will sure be an exciting and joyful one. This place is such an amazing place where you can relax, enjoy and be with your family and loved ones.
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