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Experience Serenity and Exclusivity in the Newest Resort in San Juan, Batangas – Seashore Beach Club

It was my first time in San Juan, Batangas, a town that is two to three hours away from Manila depending on the traffic, and I’ve always known it because of Laiya where resorts are always fully booked. I was told that we’ll be going to Brgy. Calubcub, which I just honestly heard for the first time. We drove along paved roads with towering coconut trees on the side and where there were no commercial buildings until we reached Seashore Beach Club in San Juan. It was a sunny summer Saturday yet and there’s not much people on the beach. It was not yet fully furnished during our visit but I can already see how luxurious, exclusive and serene it will be. 

Seashore Beach Club Amenities

Photo from The Seashore Club’s website
It does not have only just one, but TWO clubhouses and THREE infinity pools!
It has a big beachfront clubhouse for those who prefer the beach and a mini clubhouse in the middle of the resort for those who prefer the quiet. The Beachfront clubhouse has infinity pools on its left and right sides which are the perfect spots for watching the sunset. The mini clubhouse, on the other hand, also has a pool on one side and a playground on the other one.  
The Beachfront Clubhouse
Photo from The Seashore Beach Club’s website
Mini Clubhouse 

The Pool beside the Mini Clubhouse
Beach front restaurant
Photo from Seashore Beach Club’s Website
Want to enjoy your breakfast or dinner by the beach? No problem, Seashore has a modern beachfront restaurant for your tummy vis-a-vis natural aesthetic needs. 
Luxurious Cabanas or 1-bedroom accommodation
The Cabana
Of course, beach getaway in a membership club includes luxurious accommodations. For now, they have 6 gorgeous cabanas good for 2-4 people. Just outside, there’s a pool they can easily access if they wanted a quick dip.  

For a cheaper option, Seashore has two 10-bedroom building where you can rent a room. It might not be as luxurious as having your own cabana but still, the room interior is as gorgeous as the cabana’s. The building is just across the cabanas and share the same private pool.  

Seashore Beach Club Activities

After going through their gorgeous facilities, it’s time to have some fun. There’s a lot of activities, especially water activities, that Seashore offers that you and your family and friends will surely enjoy. 

Water Activities 

If the sea is safe on the day of your visit, you can avail their water activities as follows:
Paddle Board – P150 / hr
Kayak – P200/ hr
Banana Boat – P300 / person for 15 minutes
Jetski – P3,000 / 30 mins

Chopper Ride with Smart Sky

Riza of Rizanoia and I were given a chance to take a chopper ride from Pasay City, Manila to The Seashore Beach Club in Brgy. Calubcub, San Juan, Batangas City. Instead of the usual two to three hour land travel from the metro to the southern west coast, we saved more than one and a half to two hours of travel time. We arrived at around 7:30 AM at PADC, Hangar 5, West Maintenance Area of Manila Domestic Airport. We were oriented for a bit and started with the fun-filled air travel right away! It was my first time and I must say it’s one of the most fascinating activities I’ve ever had and done. I have tried riding airplanes several times but the experience with the chopper ride is different.

Photo credits to Rizanoia

Should you want to experience the chopper ride from Manila to The Seashore Beach Club, you might want to contact the management through the details posted below. Chopper ride starts at Php 5,000.00 to Php 15, 000.00 depending on the duration and destination. 

Aqua Play Park

Photo by Rizanoia
The famous water inflatable, Aqua Play Park, has also found its home in Seashore Beach Club. As I personally experienced, Aqua Play Park is not just for kids. Surely the adults will also enjoy the thrill and challenge of each inflatable. 

They have 2 giant slides that shouldn’t be missed here whatever it takes. Both scare me at first but, actually, turn out to be fun when I took the slide. I was with a person who is afraid of heights but seems to enjoy it. I even fell in line behind a 10-year old kid who seems unafraid on the 30ft slide.
Aqua Play Park is the perfect water activity to bond with your family or friends. It’s a playground for happy memories since you’ll be expecting everyone in the group slipping, stumbling, and losing all their poises. So don’t forget to bring your action cameras to capture all this silly moments. 
You can avail a 2-hour access to Aqua Play Park for only P500. I experienced 2 hours in this play park and I was able to try everything. I think the 2 hours access is already enough since it made me dead tired after. 

Seashore Beach Club Membership

Wait, have I told you that Seashore Beach Club is a membership resort? Like any other membership resort (i.e. Punta Fuego, Pico De Loro), a membership share provides you an exclusive access and discount to the facilities and services of the said resort. 
Seashore Beach Club values their members so much that they have a lot of entitlements, and even a possible income, for them. 
•Free one-night stay at the cabanas accommodation for the club member and immediate family members once a year.
•50% discount on accommodation for a maximum 7 days stay
•10% – 25% discounts from the water sports activities, restaurants, sport facilities, resto bar, souvenir shop and spa
•Lifetime membership which is saleable and can be inherit as per approval by the management
•Membership can be used in all seashore resorts and hotels with the same privilege
•Club members are entitled of 20% commission to any referral of non-members
•A profit sharing of 30% of the seashore beach club annual income will be divided to all the members

Seashore Beach Club On-going and Future Projects

Seashore Beach Club in San Juan, Batangas is just the first. There’s so much more to come that is a luxurious as the one in Batangas. 
On-going Projects: 
•Seashore Beach Club in Pagudpud Ilocos
•Anjaya Resort in Tablas, Romblon
•Coron Discovery Resort in Coron, Palawan
Coron / Pagudpud / Tablas 

Future Projects

•Boracay, Caticlan
•Bantayan Island, Cebu
•Anawangin Cove, Zambales
•Cagbalegte, Quezon
•Donsol, Sorsogon

Future Hotel Projects

•Puerto Princesa

Third Island Cove, Brgy., Calubcub, San Juan, Batangas

But if you’re in a budget and just want some fun in the sea and the aqua play park regardless of the accommodation, you might want to check out Third Island Cove. It is also a property of the same owner of Seashore Beach Club but Third Island is his first development. This is a beach front resort, as well, and only a few steps away from Aqua Play Park. The nipa hut accommodations are affordable here as well. 

The Seashore Beach Club, Inc. in its Third Year

The Seashore Beach Club celebrated its third year anniversary last June 16, 2019 and it came with a lot of blessings and surprises for everyone.

The Celebration

A simple gathering was held at the shores of Brgy. Calubcub arranged by the Mindanao Family spearheaded by Mr. Arnel. Closest friends, kins, members, their families and local government unit officers came to celebrate.
The program started with a prayer lead by Pastor Mark Brion. It was followed by welcome remarks given by The Seashore Beach Club President, Mr. Arnel Mindanao. A special message from the president came after. In this message, the deep connection with the almighty and the people behind the sucess of the beach club was strongly felt in the event as he shared the humble beginnings of the said business. His closest friends also gave testimonies and told stories as to how Mr. Mindanao started and came into that point.
After the series of talks and speech at the pavilion by the beach, everyone proceeded to the ribbon cutting at the Club House participated by the Board of Directors including Mr. Arnel and Mrs. Daisy Mindanao. Then, a sumptuous lunch was shared by everyone.
In the afternoon, an awarding of Beach Club participates to the first thirty The Seashore Beach Club Members who paid full and in cash was held. It was followed by the acknowledgement of the new TSBC members and broker, seller and division managers.

The Good News

It was a fine day and it poured – yes, the blessings poured during the event. One of which is the announcement of the official parternership between The Seashore Beach Club and El Jardin De Zaida. The said farm resort has been considered as the official events place of the beach club. Another higlight in the event was the on the spot membership registration of the other visitors. Seeing the potential of the beach club itself and the development plans of Mr. Arnel Mindanao, the visitors signed up before and right after the program.
After the program, we took some time to visit The Seashore Beach Club’s new partner, the El Jardin de Zaida.

Contact Details

For reservation or more inquiries about the venue, you may reach them through the following: 
San Juan Office:
+63 997 530 5203
+63 929 220 4821
Alabang Office:
+63 956 2384 632
+63 929 2204 783

Seashore Beach Club Travel Guide

How to go there? 

Via commute:
1. Take ALPS Bus from either EDSA Nepa Q-Mart, Araneta Center Cubao, or Alabang Grand Terminal to San Juan, Batangas.
2. From San Juan Bus Terminal, ride a tricycle to The Seashore Beach Club.
Via private vehicle:
Seashore Beach Club can be found in Waze! But you can take SLEX – Star Tollway Expressway then exit to Ibaan Exit. Drive along Rosario-San Juan Road until you turn right to the San Juan-Laiya Road.

The Seashore Beach Club Rates

Day Tour Rates

Seashore Beach Club is still not 100% constructed yet so they’re still just offering day tours. Here are the rates:

Php 500.00 – Use of Inflatable Adventure Park only
Php 888.00 – Use of Inflatable Adventure Park with use of kayak, pool and with lunch
Php 1488.00 – Unlimited use of Inflatable Park with use of Kayak, Pool and with Lunch

Booking and Reservations

Wanted to experience all of this? You can inquire and book at these numbers:
This article is written by Bea de Guzman. Thinking of contributing contents to this website? Feel free to email me at

Anne Elizabeth Gumiran, also known as Queenie, is a 20-something, full-time public school teacher, a part-time travel blogger and a freediver. She started putting her stories of adventures and misadventures into words and pictures in 2017 and continues to do so as she shares her advocacy, Sustainable Traveling.

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