I am a retired hotelier living in Taipei. I built Ala Ala villa on Boracay in 2000 and just completed renovations last year. I welcome guests to stay at Ala Ala and enjoy the serenity and beauty of our little compound known as "Pulang Lupa" (translated as Red Earth).
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Ala Ala Villa is a unique blend of traditional southeast Asian architecture but features all of the modern conveniences. The cathedral style roof incorporates bamboo beams covered with a special waterproof grass called "cogon". The result is not only stunning to look at, but also practical in that it keeps the villa cool…
3 guest reviews
100% of guests would stay again
Left on Apr 09, 2014 for a stay in February 2014
We recently stayed at ala ala Villa on trip to Boracay, if you are wanting an amazing house to stay in away from all the hustle and bustle of the stations, look no further. This house is amazing, spacious and has everything that you could need.
I stayed with my boyfriends family, there were 6 of us in total. 2 couples, 1 sister and his dad. If you are happy to share a sleeping space this house … See more