Every evening the surfing herd converges to feed on skewered pork chops, chicken and beef at this modest BBQ shack about 1.5km north of GL. And then, just like that, they're gone...until the next evening.
Waterfront restaurant in Del Carmen with indoor and outdoor seating and a wide variety of standard Filipino fare. Open late Wednesday and Friday nights for dancing and a 'night cafe' in the parking lot.
Associated with neighbouring Sagana Beach Resort, this place sits under palm trees on a rare (for Cloud Nine) patch of sand, offering healthy snacks, shakes and Aussie-style coffee.
Indistinguishable from the other barbecue shacks lining the town beach, for whatever reason this is the one where expats congregate in the early evening.
Cheap juices, shakes and noodles, including more than a dozen varieties of pansit, are the specialty at this fan-cooled open-air place.
Contact Hippie’s Surf Shop, around 50m from the Sagana Beach Resort and Ocean 101 Beach Resort, for surf lessons, board rental and to buy gear.
A motley mix of locals, expats and travellers get down and dirty on, appropriately enough, a dirt dance floor.
Exotic North Africa-inspired cuisine.
This surfing competition, one of the largest international sporting events in the country (over 8000 people attended in 2014), is held at Cloud Nine in late September or early October. The Filipino National Cup, ano…
A handsomely built place on the road between Cloud Nine and GL, Nine Bar is where expats go to swill beer and swap swell tales.