The unspoiled and pristine Sabitang Laya Island is shaped like an arrowhead pointed to the east with the blades lined by a fine cream sandy beach, each about a little less than a kilometer long. At the tip of the arrowhead sits a spectacular rock formation whose geological makeup, to my untrained eye, appears to be similar to the karst topography in Palawan.
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(All photos by Jason Zarzuela courtesy of TravelBook.ph)
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