10 Best Nightlife in Boracay Island

Most popular Boracay Bars and Nightclubs

This list of the top 10 nightlife in Boracay Island introduces the busiest bars and nightclubs available in this exciting holiday destination in The Philippines. There are nightlife venues aplenty in Boracay, due to the large number of visitors spending their vacation there, especially during the high season between November and February.

The most popular Boracay bars and nightclubs listed on this page are varied enough to ensure that you are certain to find a venue for your taste for a memorable night out. What could be better than to spend a few hours dancing and drinking in the warm and exciting atmosphere of a beachfront venue in Boracay Island?
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Epic Boracay

Epic is the favourite beach club in Boracay. At this tranquil, romantic beachfront restaurant, you can enjoy candlelit dinners with your toes in the sand before becomes a busy and torrid place to shake your booty and party from midnight until 05:00. Featuring lightshow with lasers and disco balls, excellent DJs, plenty of space to dance, affordable drinks and an excellent location in front of D’mall, Epic should be your place of choice for a grand night out. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 - 03:00 daily
  • Location: D' Mall, White Beach – Station 2
  • Address: +63 36 288 1477
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Boracay PubCrawl

Opened in 2012, Boracay PubCrawl is a dance club that gave itself for mission to “turn strangers into friends”. It’s therefore the place you should head to if you’re travel solo in Boracay and want to meet new people. You’ll find fellow travellers and holidaymakers, in a lively ambience, rocked by energetic music. Organised games get people mixing and the party started. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 20:30 – 02:00
  • Location: Station 2 on White Beach
  • Tel: +63 906 207 5343
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Club Paraw

Club Paraw is a long-established beach club at Station 1 on White Beach. A cool place to spend a relaxing day at the beach, it serves a good selection of local and international dishes, as well as excellent cocktails. This cool sundowner spot has a happy hour from 16:00 – 22:00. At night, Club Paraw becomes a huge open-air disco, rocked by house and guest DJs from abroad. The music played here is excellent and drink prices are honest. Read More...

  • Opening Hours: 09:00 - 03:00 daily
  • Location: Boracay Hwy Central, White Beach Station 1
  • Tel: +63 36 288 6151
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Red Pirates Pub
Red Pirates Pub

Located toward the southern end of White Beach, at Station 3, Red Pirates Pub is the perfect place for those looking for a quiet evening gently rocked by the sound of Reggae played live by cool musos. Made of bamboo, thatch and driftwood, Red Pirates Pub sticks strongly to a local vibe, in an extremely laid-out atmosphere. Friendly and unpretentious, you’ll spend a pleasant time here, far from the bustling ambience of the big beach clubs of Station 1 and 2.

  • Opening Hours: 12:00 – 00:00
  • Location: Station 3 on White Beach
  • Tel: +63 36 288 5767
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Guilly’s Island
Guilly’s Island

Bar, restaurant and disco, Guilly’s Island is a cool joint right behind Club Paraw at Station 1, a few metres from White Beach. Serving all the classic dishes of Filipino cuisine, as well as a good range of international favourites, Guilly’s Island management and staff also know how to throw a party. Live music and DJs alternatively take care of the musical ambience, while games such as “Gone in 60 Seconds” (Finish six unique drinks in a minute to get your picture posted on their wall of fame) make the venue a really fun place to spend the night.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 02:00
  • Location: Station 1 on White Beach Path
  • Tel: +63 36 288 4647
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Exit Bar
Exit Bar

Opened in 2008, Exit Bar features a cool wooden décor and a hippie-like atmosphere. The styles of music played here include the latest house hits, favourite ‘90s pop and rock tunes and ‘60s rockabilly, offering dancers the chance to show off their moves. The friendly atmosphere of the place makes it a pleasant venue to spend a relaxing evening chatting with friends or meeting new people around a glass. Note that it’s often difficult to find a seat after midnight as Exit Bar is very popular.

  • Opening Hours: 10:00 – 02:00
  • Location: Just north of D’mall on White Beach Path
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Prisma is a stylish wine bar and club located opposite Best Western Boracay Tropics Resort, on Boracay Highway Central. The beverages available at this modern tropical bar are not limited to wines, as Prisma is famous for stocking the largest rum collection in the Philippines, so skilfully crafted cocktails are also part of the drink-list. The world-class atmosphere of Prisma makes it a favourite place to hang out for those who prefer a slightly more refined ambience for a cool night in Boracay.

  • Opening Hours: 11:00 – 01:00
  • Location: Opposite Best Western Boracay Tropics Resort, on Boracay Highway Central
  • Tel: +63 36 288 9331
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Summer Place
Summer Place

Summer Place is a lively nightclub at Station 2 on White Beach. It takes a bit of time to kick off, but Summer Place gets really busy after midnight. Before that, you can enjoy a few 50% discounted drinks available during happy hour, between 21:00 and 23:00. The music played at Summer Place makes it one of the most popular venues for dancing in Boracay. The staff are also fantastic, and the only downside of Summer Place is the price for the drinks and the entrance fee – 200 PHP.

  • Opening Hours: 18:00 – 04:00
  • Location: Station 2 on White Beach
  • Tel: +63 36 288 3144
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Boracay Star
Boracay Star

Boracay Star Bar and Disco opened in 2014. It’s located at Station 3 on White Beach and, almost unique in Boracay for a nightclub, it’s air conditioned. Affordable drinks and snacks are available in the festive atmosphere of the club, which blends modern design with an artistic Filipino twist. A happy hour runs from 19:00-20:00. House and guest DJs make this place buzzing with dancers, in an otherwise relatively quiet neighbourhood.

  • Opening Hours: 19:00 – 02:00
  • Location: Station 3 on White Beach
  • Tel: +63 36 288 1123
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Known as one of the first ever party bars to open in Boracay, Cocomangas was founded in 1992. It is especially famous for its huge cocktail jars that can quench the thirst of a decent-sized group of people. The quality of cocktails here is second to none, and Cocomangas is also famous for its shooters and shakers, which come at reasonable prices. The dancefloor gets busy after midnight, with dancers enjoying the sounds of Hip Hop and House music.

  • Opening Hours: 18:00 – 03:00
  • Location: Station 1 on White Beach
  • Tel: +63 36 288 3409
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