PHILIPPINES FOOD TOUR DIY – BORACAY MUST EATS | Philippines Travel Vlog 100, 2017

Boracay food tour DIY style in the Philippines – we eat Halo Halo a Filipino speciality food and dessert, check out some restaurant options, and eat our way around Boracay! ⬇ Click ‘Show More’ to expand ⬇

There are some great food options in Boracay, restaurants, casual spots, cafes and juice bars. The Philippines as a country is very proud of their Filipino food, so we also had to hunt out this specialty dessert we keep seeing everywhere – Halo Halo. Theres lots more food to try in the Philippines and we need to try more of the amazing FIlipino dishes, but this was a fun start to go exploring around Boracay.

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36 Replies to “PHILIPPINES FOOD TOUR DIY – BORACAY MUST EATS | Philippines Travel Vlog 100, 2017”

  1. Jeffrey Ong

    I did work in Boracay for like years before 2009 and yes. You did great in getting the local favorite food spots in Boracay. I MISS Calamansi Muffins. Makes me drool and go back there! New subscriber here! Love the shots and love the topics you provide to the people especially to the tourists and travelers who wanted to come here in the Philippines. Stay the same. Love ur channel.

  2. donatellonm

    it was in Boracay when I first tried Mang Inasal and it's sooo good. That chicken oil OMG. Personally, the only halo-halo I love is my mom's homemade one. And yes, the calamansi muffins are worth a try. Have fun always!

  3. Wynn Cruz

    I know you are travel vlogger but if you do reactions on the side to some Filipino famous artists (singers) your subscribers will definitely go double or even tripple.Just a suggestion

  4. Mackyboi JS

    If you have time please visit Batanes! One of the best for me. It has a New Zealand vibe, I think. 😅 But seriously, visit Batanes.

  5. julius lumagui

    Guys try going to Batangas (best coffee!) and Pampanga (best cuisine!) next when you return to the Philippines.

  6. fakzi boi69

    mang inasal is the best especially when you pour the chicken oil into the chicken and rice yum! and dip the chicken into the soysauce mix with calamansi,vinegar and chili..the bomb!

  7. desi derata

    I enjoy watching your video clips. I laugh when you laugh. I feel that you are both nice persons, no hang-ups and are having self-confidence, minding your life.

  8. aree bautista

    Been binge watching your videos 🙂 glad to see you enjoyed our beloved country! I sincerely hope you'll be back again soon! Much love from Manila, and GOD bless you both!

  9. Bing Maniquis

    Loved this video! You guys are so cool for being open to tasting food you haven't tasted before. Thanks for sharing your travel experiences!

  10. Ronald Gilbertson

    I love the Philippines. Did you research cost of living in the places you go? I really like your vlogs!

  11. Me

    <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 [can't believe it's that expensive, used to pay 40.00 PHP for 1 order of shake and t'was not so sugary back then – but am still a fan of Jonah's]

  12. Legend Killer

    Mang Inasal has the best halo halo, everyone else puts to much shaved ice in theirs. By the way halo halo, means mix, mix.

  13. Paolo Nietes

    I dont know how I got to your channel but I've already watched so many of your videos and newly subbed, I just love it, you guys are so genuine and sound so nice or is it just because i love australians 😂😂

  14. Maggie Johnson

    The calamansi muffin tastes a lot like Starbucks lemon loaf, if you were to add some lime in the mix (I still prefer the Starbucks version). Mango shake at Jonah's was good. Halo-halo made DIY is the best since you can add your choice of sweets in the mix instead of what a restaurant offers (kind of like the selection of toppings in a froyo place).

  15. roastbeefdinner

    I was in the Philippines about 2 months ago. I stayed for 14 days (first 3 in a resort in Manila City of Dreams), 7 in a village Bicol (Pasacao to be exact) and then one night over in Naga and then 3 again in Manila at a different place. The food shocked me and the prices did as well, it was all so inexpensive and so delicious. Did you try the crispy pata? It was almost exactly like eating golonka in Poland. Did you try the sisig? Its made from the pigs head and liver and I suspect the brain. Fantastic! I will always have a place in the Philippines in my heart. Flying there on business class from Boston USA on Cathay Pacific is actually cheaper than flying business class on Lufthansa from Boston to Munich…the world is amazing…dig and you will be astounded how special each country is. love your work.

  16. Akilez

    I was there last year. It was my first time to go home after 25 years in USA. Manila changed so much, more people and cars. Have you visited Northern Luzon? Vigan, Agoo, Bolinao, Sarat and Batanes. I recommend Vigan if you are planning to visit Philippines again.

  17. hector juatco

    Nice of you guys to visit our country. I hope you don't encounter any unpleasant experience during your tour. God Bless and Good Health to and your respective families. Have a safe trip going back to your point of origin.

  18. Rod Hong Capilitan

    9:00 – There is no construction going on. The transparent wall with bamboo stilts they have put up are just windbreaker. It keeps the sand from flying especially to the restaurants on a windy day.

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