Ah, Labor Day, the ultimate excuse for party-goers to go out and enjoy themselves at the beach! Hands up if you’re guilty! If you’re out for a good time this coming Labor Day weekend, you’ve come to the right place.
Below, we’ve listed down the party beaches you can go to for a weekend full of fun, friends, and ice-cold beer.
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Party Beaches You Can Go To For A Thrilling Labor Day Weekend
Of course, Boracay will remain at the top of our list.
As it strives to recover from the pandemic, Boracay has rebranded into a destination that welcomes both party-goers and families. Although this is the case, it doesn’t mean that events are entirely off the table. If anything, it only means that Boracay is now more open to cleaner, wholesome events and activities!
In fact, they have formed a three-day mini pocket event series called Love Boracay 2022 that consists of beach clean-ups, music festivals, Zumba, a food crawl, and more – a set of activities that are far from what they used to do on Laboracay, an event that is known for long hours of partying and drinking during Labor Day weekend.
Epic Boracay also has a week-long Labor Day celebration this 2022, which you can check out here.
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Urbiztondo Beach, La Union
Need we say more? Most beach-lovers and party-goers prefer La Union because of the beach and its vibrant nightlife, specifically at Flotsam and Jetsam Hostel.
During the day, it gives guests a quaint atmosphere to eat good food and have refreshments. But after hours, it becomes a center for those who enjoy good music, ice-cold drinks, and a fun crowd. It also gives off this hip vibe, so if you’re into that kind of environment, spending your Labor Day 2022 here wouldn’t be such a bad idea.
Sabang Beach, Puerto Galera
Your Labor Day 2022 wouldn’t be boring here as there are many exciting options to choose from when it comes to nightlife activities in Puerto Galera. There are various bars – floating bars, beachfront bars, resto bars, and even nightclubs. While there is nightlife in White Beach, it’s not as lively as the rows of bars at Sabang Beach.
When in Mindoro, try Mindoro Sling, Mindoro’s infamous cocktail with various ingredients, namely Tanduay rum, mango nectar juice, Sunny Orange syrup, calamansi, grenadine (pomegranate syrup), Sprite, fresh apple and orange slices, and lots’a ice! Whether you drink this during the day or night is entirely up to you.
Alona Beach, Panglao
Alona Beach is considered one of the best beaches in Bohol. Besides that, it is also known as the nightlife hub where you can meet younger crowds, listen to incredible live music, and eat great food. Many establishments close by 10 PM, though, but fret not as some would stay open until the last person leaves.
Some bars you can go to this Labor Day 2022 in Alone Beach are Aluna Beach Lounge, Cocovida Bar, and more.
Pukka Beach, El Nido
If you want to party this Labor Day in El Nido this 2022, you should go to Pukka Beach, where you can find Pukka Bar. The set-up is similar to Flotsam, too, where you can find a resident DJ and a mix of local and foreign crowds. They also do live band performances ranging from reggae to Latin.
Since it’s a beachfront bar, it’s the ideal place to go to if you want to relax by the shore while listening to some good music.
Related article: El Nido Palawan 2022 Guide: Tourist Spots | Hotels | Itinerary
Frequently Asked Questions About Labor Day 2022
Q: What is Labor Day?
A: This holiday is observed every May 1st in over 80 countries to commemorate the achievements of the labor movement. It’s also known as International Worker’s Day or May Day.
Q: When is Labor Day 2022?
A: May 1, 2022, Sunday
Q: When is Labor Day 2023?
A: May 1, 2023, Monday
Q: Why do we celebrate Labor Day?
A: Labor Day was first observed in the Philippines on May 1st 1903 when a hundred thousand workers marched through Malacañang, demanding fairer working conditions from the then American-led government. On April 8th 1908, the Philippine Assembly passed a bill officially recognizing the first of May as a national holiday.
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