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Tingko Beach

Triple B Road | Pasol, Alcoy, Philippines
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Decent white sand beach nearer to the city than most

Tingko is great from when you're craving a quick dip. I recommend staying at Cartahena than the... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Arrianne L
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Cebu Island, Philippines
Beautiful and clean beach

There’s almost no foreigners, only local people usually enjoy he beach. It’s because the beach is... read more

Reviewed 29 April 2018
DrSake
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Wuhan, China
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  • Average32%
  • Poor9%
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“public beach” (8 reviews)
“entrance fee” (8 reviews)
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Triple B Road | Pasol, Alcoy, Philippines
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Tingko is great from when you're craving a quick dip. I recommend staying at Cartahena than the over priced tables, chairs and cottages there.

Thank Arrianne L
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Reviewed 29 April 2018 via mobile

There’s almost no foreigners, only local people usually enjoy he beach. It’s because the beach is far from Cebu city (takes 2-3 hours) but if you visit, won’t regret about it. First of all, it’s safe and clean. The security guard always helped me to...More

Thank DrSake
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Reviewed 20 April 2018 via mobile

Really!!, this beach is just not worth the effort. It’s perched on the edge of some half baked construction site. The beach itself is not that clean, there are lots of dilapidated old awnings with a roof and some plastic chairs you can rent for...More

1  Thank Derren21
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Reviewed 5 April 2018

This beach is far over-rated as there are much better ones around. The sand is not firm to walk on and there is a drop into the sea which could be a problem for older people or young children. During holidays it gets crowded and...More

Thank stecrawf2017
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Reviewed 1 April 2018 via mobile

I have visited this beach 10 years ago...it has been a small, beautiful, natural beach next to a small cliff. It's a beach with shifting sand, according to the monsun. Now it has lost his beauty. There is rubbish (plastic waste in every variation, cigarette...More

Thank Yvonne M
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Reviewed 8 March 2018

Great place for swimming especially with a toddler. Not crowded on weekdays. You can bring a tent if you want cuz they have space provided for it. You just have to pay for the entrance and the place to put up your tent. They also...More

1  Thank Rossel L
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Reviewed 25 January 2018

One of the places in Southern Cebu where you can just bring your tent and just pitch it in is in Tingko Beach of Alcoy, Cebu. There are two Tingko Resorts The Tingko 1 is the nearest with more affordable charge for P250 you may...More

Thank ceibed
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Reviewed 10 November 2017

I enjoyed the beach and the sandbar here in Tinko Beach because I came with my family. Some locals who take care of the cottages here asked for entrance fee of P20. There were a few nice houses right beside the bamboo cottages. We went...More

1  Thank laaglaag
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Reviewed 4 November 2017 via mobile

It is a white sand beach that is open to the public. The place has crystal clear bluegreen water and white sand located near the highway. The place was already commercialized so expect that there are mini stores, cottages and even karaoke for rent. But...More

Thank Lester Brix T
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Reviewed 25 October 2017

White sand and clean sea. I was able to enjoy the breeze. The accommodation was very good too. Friendly people.

Thank SubaiCebu
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Allona B
7 April 2017|
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Response from Giorgio O | Reviewed this property |
Actually, Tingko Beach is a public beach.You can go there for free. However, if you use the entry by a private property located to the north, then you'll be asked to pay P20. Use either the narrow path beside the perimeter... More
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Erika R
2 April 2017|
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Response from Giorgio O | Reviewed this property |
Tingko Beach is a public beach, thus no entrance fee collected. If you wrongfully use the entrance of a private property, which is at the north, then you'll be asked to pay P20. Use the entrypoint at either the southernmost... More
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Victorianlad
26 December 2016|
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Response from Giorgio O | Reviewed this property |
Snorkeling spot is in Mabad-on Reef, a barrier reef just a few meters offshore across a deep but small lagoon. It's a protected area and you'd be assured of a worthwhile snorkeling time. There are dive centers near there and... More
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