Balesin Island Club


A destination of unmatched natural beauty located off the eastern coast of Luzon in the Philippines, Balesin Island Club, Alphaland Corporation’s flagship project, is a 500-hectare tropical island paradise with 7.3 kilometers of pristine white-sand beaches.

Located in the Pacific Ocean just 60 nautical miles east of Manila, Balesin is approximately a 30-minute plane ride from Manila, 45-minute plane ride from Clark, or 35-minute plane ride from Sangley, yet is a world completely unto itself. Alphaland Balesin Island Club is your unique, members-only, private leisure getaway—today and for generations to come.

Balesin Island Club offers luxurious villas and amenities patterned after some of the most alluring destinations around the world. With a main clubhouse as the centerpiece, Balesin has seven villages: Mykonos, Toscana, Costa del Sol, St. Tropez, Phuket, Bali, and Balesin. In each village, everything from the architecture, interior design, landscaping, and food is authentically recreated.

In addition, there is the 14-suite Balesin Royal Villa, situated on a bluff with a view of Lamon Bay and, in the distance, the Sierra Madre mountain range on the mainland. Meticulously designed, it takes the best of Asian royal heritage and blends it into something wholly original. For laid-back luxury, we have the Balesin Private Villas and the Balesin Regency Private Villas, which offer a range of four to 20 suites per villa.

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Master-planned by EcoPlan of Miami, Florida, USA, Balesin Island Club was designed with the environment uppermost in mind and to be in perfect harmony with its natural surroundings. Water harvesting, 80% water recycling, a reverse osmosis plant, on-site eco-friendly transportation, and organic farming reduce the amount of waste and ensure sustainable development on this beauty of an island—without scrimping on luxurious, top-notch facilities. The club aims to enhance everything in its environment: the lushness of the large forest sanctuary and the promulgation of the surrounding marine sanctuaries.