Talain Beach: Bataan’s hidden paradise

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  • Ronald F. S.
  • 7 years ago

MARIVELES, Bataan – Talain Beach, dubbed as the “Hidden Paradise of Bataan,” is also called “Little Boracay” due to its white sand, crystal clear water and unique view, making it a place like no other.  

Located in Sitio Talain, barangay Biaan of this town, this 17-hectare coastal area with fruit bearing trees got its name due to countless stars that can be seen in the sky at night, said Ed Silva, the owner of said resort. “In fact, this is supposed to be for family and relatives’ use only but we cannot refuse visitors who keep coming here to feel the beauty of nature,” pointed out Silva. This beach has gained exposure during the stint of the late Fernando Poe, Jr., who had filmed several movies in this beach that had become blockbusters. 

““We charge only P100 per head as entrance fee and we are managing our beach well to preserve its clean environment and beauty,” added Silva.

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