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Albay

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Albay is a province in the Bicol peninsula in the island of Luzon, Philippines.

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  • 1 Legazpi — The provincial capital and economic center. Our guide for this city includes the nearby town of:
    • 2 Daraga Daraga, Albay on Wikipedia — A town which houses the frequently photographed ruins of Cagsawa Church
  • 3 Bacacay — Fishing town with beaches and caves
  • 4 Libon Libon, Albay on Wikipedia — Agricultural town at the border of Camarines Sur
  • 5 Pio Duran Pio Duran, Albay on Wikipedia — The ferry port to Masbate
  • 6 Polangui Polangui on Wikipedia — Small tourist town with good views of Mayon
  • 7 Tabaco — The ferry terminal to Catanduanes
    • 8 Malilipot Malilipot on Wikipedia — Has a waterfalls that can be visited within a day

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  • Misibis Bay, Cagraray Island, Bacacay (this Misibis resort in Cagraray Island is 45 minutes from the airport), +63 52 481 0888. Check-in: 2PM, check-out: noon. All rooms are equipped with wireless internet access, air conditioning, daily newspaper, desk, hairdryer, minibar, coffee/tea maker, LCD TV with cable channels, private toilet and bath. Some of its facilities and services are bars, business center, cafe, conference room, fitness room/gym, jacuzzi, restaurant, shops, swimming pool, aerial tours, airport transfer, babysitting service, massage service, private beach access and water sports (motorized and non-motorized). From ₱19436.

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