Bom Bom Bar

Station 2, Boracay, Malay, Aklan

Bom Bom Bar
5.0
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Jennifer N.
5.0 Stars

Bom Bom is one of my favourite hangouts in Boracay, and it's practically a Boracay institution (if it isn't already). It's the perfect place to chill out once the sun sets (and after). It's got awesome live music - I love it especially when they play reggae. There's a regular guy who does reggae there, he does pretty good Bob Marley covers among others.

I've never tried their food but I always order drinks there - their cocktails are always cheap but strong. Another reason to love this place!!

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Mailene N.
5.0 Stars

10084️ the singers, the music and the atmosphere. Live music will play all day starting around noon. I love it when they play reggae sounds, so suitable while chilling near the beach. They also have happy hour - buy 1 take 1 on certain beers and cocktails.

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Dino S.
5.0 Stars

Aside from our hotel room, Bom Bom Bar was the one place we went to each and every night. The place is quite the perfect slice of Boracay nightlife for me; just a chill-out place to contrast the more prominent beach clubbing partay stuff the island is known for.

It's a great place to spend time with friends over drinks and good music, to prelude a night of Boracay debauchery or to cap off a day of beach activities.

The place has great music played by great musicians. I have to admit: being a musician myself, I can be quite snobbish when it comes to live performers. Honestly however, I was pleasantly and happily impressed with the caliber that Bom Bom's musicians played with. They played great acoustic and full band sets the nights we went there, and I especially enjoyed their reggae performers. Seeing their long dreads flail onstage amid their soulful wailing was enough for me to channel my inner Marley enough to sing along with the like-minded foreigners who were there at the tables too.

They also have decently-priced drinks, and decent pica-pica to accompany these drinks with. The cheese sticks are highly recommended, as is the extra-dirty Jack Coke that's off the menu but can be accommodated by the accommodating staff.

Speaking of accommodating staff, I have to mention the great job their staff did to take care of their customers. Special mention goes to Jess whom you can really tell would go the extra mile for his guests. Look for him the next time you drop by here.

And do drop by, because trust me: Boracay doesn't get much Boracay-er than at Bom Bom.

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