Boracay as ‘gold standard’
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The Department of the Interior and Local Government wants to make Boracay the gold standard for all resort destinations in the country, even as the Department of Environment and Natural Resources will allow citizens’ arrests to enforce stricter littering laws on the world-famous island. The DENR also said tourists may still enjoy parties, grilling, and other beach activities on Aklan’s prized island for as long as these are done indoors or in areas away from the shore.
Araja, R. (2018, October 21). Boracay as ‘gold standard’. Manila Standard, p. A4.
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