Philippines | No boozing on cleaned-up Boracay, but will it kill the fun?

No boozing on cleaned-up Boracay, but will it kill the fun?

Nearly 400 hotels and restaurants have been shut down at the top Philippine resort, and limits imposed on everything from visitor numbers to beach parties, vendors, stray dogs, fire-jugglers and even people building sandcastles for donations

October 24, 2018 7:25 PM (UTC+8)
Residents walk along the beach on the island of Boracay on October 24, 2018. The famous resort is set to re-open after a six-month clean-up aimed at repairing the damage from years of unrestrained mass tourism. Photo: AFP
Residents walk along the beach on the island of Boracay on October 24, 2018. The famous resort is set to re-open after a six-month clean-up aimed at repairing the damage from years of unrestrained mass tourism. Photo: AFP
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