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Golden Bay

Date Posted:01/21/2005 09:26:37Copy HTML

Any one knows thong available in Boracay beach and hotel pool or not? thanks.
PeteSmith2003 #1

Re:Thonging in Boracay, Philippine

Date Posted:03/02/2005 01:37:25Copy HTML

Reply to : Golden Bay



Any one knows thong available in Boracay beach and hotel pool or not? thanks.





Hotels were the only sticklers when I was in the Philippines, February
and March 2004.

I took a handful of g-strings with me to the Philippines and never heard
a negative word. At a resort swimming pool on a southern island and on
all the public beaches I visited, nobody batted an eye. The only person
who was shocked was a fisherman who landed on an island I went to for a
day to spend privately and nude.

While I was in Manila I went to the Rizal Memorial public swimming pool
and wore my g-strings many times during both crowded and empty times and
never heard a word.

Write to the Philippines tourist board yourself and they will tell you
the same. If this reaches you in time, have fun with the information.

ozthong #2

Re:Thonging in Boracay, Philippine

Date Posted:08/14/2005 02:17:11Copy HTML

I've seen an episode of Wild On featuring Boracay wherein the female host (not Brooke Burke) was wearing a g-string. Also some male Filipino contestants in a Bikini Open type competition are wearing thongs.

I think you can still wear thongs in Boracay but do it in a deserted stretch of beach and away from famiies with kids.

bbyrne78 #3

Re:Thonging in Boracay, Philippine

Date Posted:07/30/2010 05:16:50Copy HTML

In Boracay at the moment and a couple of observations:

Even though it is the wet season, the weather is warm and very humid and the sand is unbelievably white with the clearest water I have seen since Palau.

Outside of the resorts, everyone swims in shorts/cut-offs (men and women) and most of the women wear t-shirts into the water.

For the locals, guys will either wear shorts or speedos. A lot of the younger local women will wear one pieces or very conservative bikinis. I have seen about a dozen thongs (not counting myself) but they were mainly on european holidaymakers and a couple chinese vacationers.

Thongs aren't a problem at the hotel pool provided there are no kids around, but I was advised by the hotel staff discreetly that going topless would be frowned upon at the pool (not that I was going to do that) and if going topless at the private beach was allowed but if there were kids, I would be told to cover up.

That said, I had a lot of local women and girls asking me where I bought my WW bikinis, I did notice that nearly everyone was relaxed about it all, so although I'll respect the local advice, I doubt that there will be any problems with thongs (male or female) but you might want to be careful if going any further. 
Maxin #4

Re:Thonging in Boracay, Philippine

Date Posted:07/31/2010 03:00:49Copy HTML

Thanks for sharing this. Was thinking of visiting later this year and was wondering about thonging there. Did you see any male thongers during your stay? What about other resorts there in the Philippines?
bbyrne78 #5

Re:Thonging in Boracay, Philippine

Date Posted:08/02/2010 03:54:43Copy HTML

Hi Maxin

I looked at three resorts but settled on the Shangri-La - wonderful villas with the private plunge pools. I did have the time to check out some other two while here (Monaco Suites and the Boracay Strand), although very happy with our choice the Boracay Strand might be a good alternative since there were no kids around and very close to White Beach.

I didn't see any men in thongs, but I did see lots of men wearing Speedos. A lot of the locals said that during the peak season, the place is packed. It is the monsoon season now, but the rain generally hits the island early in the afternoon and pours rain for about two hours, but for the rest of the time it is pretty clear and warm. I have only experienced two days where it was cloudy the whole day.

Hope this helps.
AVBW21 #6

Re:Thonging in Boracay, Philippine

Date Posted:08/02/2010 01:33:58Copy HTML

I went to the Boracay last september, it was monsoon season so it was windy all day long. I did not see any men thonged there, only some speedos. Saw one middle-aged european woman wore thong bikini.

I stayed there for 6 days, sunshine was only available for one and a half day. Despite that, I wore my HOM ressac string on the white beach, and no adults said a word and they were all friendly. I said no adults, becoz there were actually two local kids (about three years old) come beside me when I was lying on my stomach, perhaps my butt is not perfect, or it was the first time for them to see a man wearing thong, they were talking filipino and pointing towards my butt! I did not know that until my girlfriend who was wearing tie side normal bikini told me. As soon as I flipped around and looked at them, those two kids escaped with a little look of fear. I am not sure if  I have done something wrong or not, I only treated it as a little incident that won't prevent me from thonging on the next day. 

I also thonged in my hotel pool (ONE MGM), as it was not peak season, me and my girlfriend always had exclusive usage of the pool. Staff walked around us and they were friendly and I think there is no problem thonging there.

But what will happen when in peak season? I am not sure, and the hotel area and the beach would be very packed.
rock_pile #7

Re:Thonging in Boracay, Philippine

Date Posted:05/22/2018 06:10:30Copy HTML

 Boracay has been temporarily closed for some much needed upgrades on the local sewer and water systems.  That being said, thonging may be OK on deserted beaches in areas with few foreign tourists.    The Philippines is lovely once you get out of the mess that is Manila.
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