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I’m not sure what people define as a beach but this does not meet my definition. Barely any land to walk on and full of rocks, pebbles and rubbish! Do me a favor. I was completely shocked that this was classed as a beach and...More
It always sad to see dirty beach where plastic and bottles are scattered everywhere. Its so pity cause the view is very nice here with Manado tua and Bunaken island in the background. Maybe because this place is too close to the city where those...More
This is the best place to find local food in Manado. Pisang goreng with dabu-dabu roa, tinutuan cakalang, grilled fish, etc. The best drink is fresh coconut water with gula merah! You can enjoy the view of Manado Tua, Bunaken Island, Gangga Island from the...More
I really dont understand the habit of the people visiting the beach. there are a lot plastic bags, empty bottles scattered on the beach. the local government should push the management of the beach to be more strict in applying sanctions to those visitors and...More
hello guys !!, my name's dary, i would like to share my holiday experience in manado at Malalayang beach, So here we go.this place is reachable, you can reach this place about 15 minutes from manado and 25 minutes from airport. malalayang beach is full...More
Malalayang Beach is a beach located on the south end of the city of Manado. This beach is the nearest beach to the city center, is about 4 kilometers. On the beach, there are stalls selling food that make this beach in to culinary destination...More
Stop once will make you addicted to come back at another time. Malalayang Beach, Manado is a beach which has a complete combination with a unique Manado Bay, presents a potent herb treats like panoramic beaches, prescription freshness, effect reconcile souls, and peace of heart....More