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Why Lonely Planet is special ?
The pieces of furniture sold are mostly made in the Philippines. But some of their products are imported, coming from countries like Indonesia and Thailand. Whether you want Philippine made products, imported ones or both, you have plenty of options.
One of the nice things about shopping at Boracay Lonely Planet shops is that new items are being included in their stock all the time. So the next time you visit, you can be assured there will be something new for your eyes to feast on.
What to explore at Lonely Planet?
These shops sell a variety of home furniture. You will find an assortment of kitchen tables, dinner tables, chairs, dressers and drawers. These pieces of furniture are available in a variety of designs. You will also find several kinds of lamps, perfect for decorating the living room or bedroom.
The Boracay Lonely Planet shops also sell cushions, rugs and carpets in different colors, styles and textures. Many of them are locally designed, giving them a unique feel. These shops also have beautiful carvings and ornaments made of wood and stone.
Those who are visiting the shop should also check out the many clothes that are on sale. The clothes are sold in different styles, colors and fabrics. One thing the fabrics share is their ability to “cool” the person.
Once you wear the clothing, you will cool down and not feel the heat even if it is summer. If you want a casual look, you can try out their T-shirts. All their clothes come in different sizes, so you will have plenty to choose from.
How to get to Lonely Planet?
Many of these shops can be found along White Beach. If you are in the area, you will have no problem finding one. You will also find one of the shops at Plazoleta. If for some reason you are having trouble finding one, just ask one of the locals; they will know.
- The artists are incredible
- Beautiful T-shirts
- Fun experience with Lonely Planet
- Good shirts, cheap price
- I have one with my face on the shirt.
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