Built like a house by the sea, Balai is perched atop a rocky slope in San Teodoro Mabini, Batangas. Architecturally designed with vast open spaces, it offers sweeping views of the sea. Scattered around are groves of trees, left to grow in their natural habitat, frame the view from each of the decks of the nipa and bamboo cottages.
Relaxing comes so easily that one almost forgets that Balai is just minutes aways from some of Batangas’ most colorful dive spots. Open everyday all year round, Balai offers SCUBA diving and other sports equipment to guests who are about to discover the wonders of another world under the sea.
All of Balai’s rooms offer sweeping views of the sea. Ghost Trees frame the view from each of the decks of the nipa and bamboo cottages.
Guests have a choice of fan rooms and airconditioned rooms. Most rooms can accomodate up to three guests comfortably while rooms are available that can accommodate larger groups of guests.
The dive capital of the Philippines and among the world’s best diving with something for everyone â€“ from simple newbie dives to high power deep drifts, from macro photography sites to exhilirating shark encounters!
Anilao diving is composed of almost 40 dive sites along the Luzon mainland and across the channel to Maricaban and Sombrero Islands.
Relaxing comes easily at Balai, yet there is plenty to keep you occupied. Guests can choose to engage in mind-bending board games, snorkel at our very own house reef, explore new worlds with SCUBA or even take the boat out for the day.
Balai is minutes away from some of Batangas’ most colorful dive spots – truly world class diving! Open seven days a week, the resort offers diving and other sports equipment to guests who are eager to discover the wonders of another world under the sea.
Two exotic settings await you along the lush breezy coast of Batangas. Both locations are fitted with features that make for an extremely pleasant escape. Quaint cozy cottages. Wide open decks. Sumptuous buffet meals. And all less than three hours away from Manila.
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