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  • Travel to Bali Hai, the premier Philippine beach resort in the Bauang - San Fernando region. It is a vacation paradise. Here you will find quality, yet cheap accommodation by the beach.
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  • Bali Hai's accommodation is arranged within tropical gardens adjacent to a beautifully clear fresh water swimming pool. You can also swim in the South China Sea from our safe swimming beach.
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  • We're here to help ... just contact us. You can either make reservations directly through us at Bali Hai Beach Resort, or you can book through Swagman Travel.
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  • Bali Hai has Special Packages which are listed here. We have two seasonal room rates - high season rates from November 1 through to May 31, and low season rates from June 1 through to October 31.
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  • Bali Hai is in the province of La Union 264 kilometers north of Manila. We can arrange transport and have you picked up at the airport, or you can take one of the many buses.
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  • Travel Tips to help you enjoy your stay in the Philippines. These tips include information about Immigration, departure tax, currency, electric power, medical and dental treatment, and much more.
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  • Here you will find tropical weather information about the Philippines: climate, temperature, humidity, rain, monsoon, and even typhoon information.
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  • Bali Hai provides easy access to many activities in the La Union area. These include: Golf, Scuba Diving, Surfing, Lawn Bowls, Tours, Shopping, Banca Boat Hire and more.
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  • Bali Hai provides easy access to San Juan, the surfing paradise of La Union, just north of San Fernando City. And it's not too far from Manila.
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  • Close to Bali Hai you will find many attractions and activities such as golf, shopping centers, churches, nightclubs, surfing, and a casino.
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  • Information about hiring a banca boat for either a short 2-hour trip, a 3-hour fishing trip, or an all day trip to the Hundred Islands.
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  • At Bali Hai we come across many articles about travel in the Philippines. We publish some of them here to give you a better taste of this wonderful country.
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  • Here is an 8-step checklist that explains the procedures you will have to go through when departing from Manila's International Airport.
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  • Tricycles are motorcycles with sidecars, either for carrying passengers or for carrying goods. Tricycles, usually referred to as trics (pronounced “trikes”), have become another Philippine icon. They were originally designed to operate on small back-roads where jeepneys or buses were not permitted, but today you will find trics everywhere, even on national highways.
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  • At the end of WWII when American troops were leaving the Philippines, they left behind hundreds of Jeeps. With typical Filipino ingenuity the locals quickly modified them to carry more passengers, decorated them with flamboyant colors and ornaments, and used them as minibuses. Since then the jeepney has become the most popular public transport vehicle in the country.
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  • Turn The Clock Back - Take A Trip To Luna, La Union Visit Our Lady of Namacpacan Church See the famous Pebble Beach and the Old Spanish Watchtower
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  • "Medical Tourism" (also called Health Tourism) is all about taking a vacation and getting medical treatment at the same time.
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  • Different types of banca boat trips from Bali Hai
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  • The Philippines is a wonderful place for a vacation, but like all other places it pays to take precautions against theft. Here you will find a list of things to keep you street smart.
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  • If you want to enjoy your holiday the number one secret is to take only what you need. Here is how to pack light and travel easily.
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  • Here you will find tropical islands, pristine white beaches, scenic sunsets, challenging surf sites, clear dive sites, beautiful mountains, and unique wildlife - natural jewels in a tropical setting.
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  • When it comes to food the Philippines has it all - a fabulous mix of foreign cuisine and its own mouth watering delicacies. Come and discover it now!
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  • A story of Filipino hospitality and how a visitor was able to share the spirit of family well above anything he had encountered before.
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  • How the Philippines gave the writer a new outlook on life.
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  • The "truth" about General Douglas MacArthur's landing in Palo, Leyte in October 1944
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  • The story of how the newbie cooks from Koala Lodge won the 2004 Chili Cookoff with only a basic recipe.
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  • This is the story of the fishermen of Bauang. The Bauang beach is between the villages of Paringao and Pagdalagan in the Province of La Union, the Philippines.
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  • A trip to the province of Ilocos is like treading back in time. Not only for the Spanish colonial houses, but for the simple, laid-back feel of the towns and its people.
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  • Vigan, the third oldest Spanish settlement in the Philippines. Established in 1574 by the conquistador Juan de Salcedo, it lies on the West Coast of Luzon about 400 kilometers north of Manila.
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  • Malapacau Island is part the El Nido Marine Reserve - eighteen islands set in a sparkling jade and turquoise universe. Its devotees say it is the most beautiful part of the Philippines.
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  • The story of The San Fabian Yacht Club that was constructed around a Vietnamese refugee boat, The Saigon Queen, that came ashore by the Agoo Playa Hotel in the Lingayen Gulf..
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  • In June 1991, after lying dormant for 600 years, the volcano, Mt. Pinatubo, erupted with a violence that shocked the world.
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  • Race Winner of the RHKYC San Fernando Race 2017
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  • Once again Bali Hai will host the Annual Chili Cookoff sponsored by the local VFW Post 9892. The cookoff is probably the major resort attraction of the year and is held on the last Saturday in November.
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  • Bali Hai will host the Annual Chili Cookoff sponsored by the local VFW Post 9892. The cookoff is probably the major resort attraction of the year and is held on the last Saturday in November.
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  • Bali Hai will host the Annual Chili Cookoff sponsored by the local VFW Post 9892. The cookoff is probably the major resort attraction of the year and is held on the last Saturday in November.
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  • Bali Hai will host the Annual Chili Cookoff sponsored by the local VFW Post 9892. The cookoff is probably the major resort attraction of the year and is held on the last Saturday in November.
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  • Official Chili Cookoff Rules for the VFW sponsored Chili Cookoff to be hosted by Bali Hai Beach Resort
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  • Our happy guests send us testimonials from all over the world telling us how much they enjoyed their stay at Bali Hai.
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  • This is our Bali Hai Gallery page. Here you will see photographs of our tropical paradise: beach views, our garden, cottages, rooms, our swimming pool, and much more.
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  • This is the new XSite Pro web site for Bali Hai
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  • Bali Hai is the premier resort in the Bauang - San Fernando region of the Philippines. It is a vacation paradise. Here we provide quality but cheap accommodation by the beach.
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