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Malbog Sulfur Spring | Visit Mimaropa

Malbog Sulfur Spring

Come visit this unusual hot spring that could make you feel at ease and grant everything you want at the bottom of your heart!

Have you heard of a sulfur hot spring? Marinduque, the heart and one of the most attractive island in the Philippines has a different spring called Malbog Sulfur Spring. It is definitely one of the most visited tourist spots which were visited by locals and even foreign tourists. It is located in Malbog, Buenavista, Marinduque. It is a hot spring at the base of the inactive volcano Mt. Malindig, they say it has a therapeutic and natural healing water. It has two swimming pools with warm though slightly sulfuric waters are considered to have healing powers with medicinal properties.Malbog Sulfuric Springs, whose water is believed to cure skin diseases like acne, has a particularly relaxing effect.  The spring is a good reason to visit the old town of Buenavista.

How To Get There:

• By land-sea travel: From Manila, take the bus going to Dalahican, Lucena port. Different bus companies travel from Manila to Dalahican so you have various options. Jam Transit and JAC Liner are two bus companies bound for Marinduque. JAC Liner plies a direct Manila-Marinduque route.
• Direct bus or car travel: If you don’t feel like getting on and off a bus and ferry, you have the option of riding a bus or a door-to-door van that will take you all the way from Manila to Marinduque. The bus or van will ride the Roll-On, Roll-Off (RO-RO) and will take you to provincial capital or right directly to your doorstep if you choose destination to door.
• By Air: Flights from Manila domestic airport to Marinduque Airport, located in Barangay Masiga, roughly in between Gasan and Boac, are currently served regularly by Zest Airways.

You can get to Brgy. Malbog Buenavista Marinduque by a local jeepney from Boac to Buenavista.

• Bellarocca Island Resort and Spa – Barangay – Tungig – Lipata, Municipality of Buenavista, Elefante Island, Marinduque, Philippines

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