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Convenience Stores and Supermarkets in Boracay for Your Shopping Needs

Shop with ease at these convenience stores and supermarkets in Boracay.

By: Karen Bermejo | April 14, 2020

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Convenience is perhaps one that quality that makes Boracay a preferred vacation destination. There are many options to get here, whether by land, sea, or air. As an island that is full of life night and day, Boracay has become a little city. Finding a place to stay, dine, drink, and chill is easy, with all kinds of shops located just within walking distance.

With the number of stores in the island, even a last-minute trip to Boracay is not a problem. Here are five convenience stores and supermarkets in Boracay where you can find just about anything you need.



Budget Mart

Where: D’Mall, Station 2 and E Mall, Station 3


convenience stores Boracay

Budget Mart D’Mall is a stopover location for most tourists.

Image: Budget Mart Boracay

Budget Mart has two branches both strategically located at the entrance of D’Mall and E Mall Boracay, the bustling commercial centers on the island. The D’Mall branch, which started operating in 2005, is among the earliest supermarkets in the island. It is also the drop-off and pickup point for most hotels and resorts. Though the E Mall branch only opened in 2015, the grocery store has an expansive list of products from food, to toiletries and souvenir items, to name a few. They also have a wide selection of wine and other drinks. Both stores are open from 7:00 AM to 12:00 MN.


Wang Mart

Where: Sitio Bolabog, Station 2, Balabag


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Boracay Wang Mart is one of the biggest Korean stores in the island.

Image: Wang Mart

The Boracay branch of the Korean grocery store Wang Mart is located beside Lake Town Bar and Restaurant in Station 2. The store sells Korean food favorites like kimchi and the popular Samyang noodles, as well as other restaurant supplies. Aside from food products, Wang Mart also sells beauty products from Korea. The store is open from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM. The grocery is situated along other Korean businesses in the island.




Crafts Supermarket - Deli - Department Store

Where: Main road, Station 2, Balabag


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The second floor of Crafts Supermarket

Image: Crafts of Boracay Supermarket - Deli - Department Store

The four-story building of Crafts of Boracay Supermarket - Deli - Department Store can easily be spotted at the entrance of the wet market of D’Mall. The supermarket occupies the first floor of the building with grocery products as well as fresh fruits and vegetables. They also have a selection of imported wine products. The second floor is for household needs and appliances. Its third floor is dedicated to clothing items, while the fourth floor houses Valhalla Bar & Restaurant.

Across their main building is Crafts Deli offering a wide variety of imported goods, including cheese and meat. The store is open from 7:00 AM to 12:00 MN daily. A mini Crafts Convenience Store is also located along the highway in Angol Crossing at Station 3.

Note: Due to the community quarantine, Crafts Deli’s store hours are adjusted to 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM until further notice.



Boracay Mini Mart

Where: Manggayad Highway, Main road, Station 3, Manocmanoc


convenience stores Boracay

Entrance of Boracay Minimart

Image: shtyrkin

Boracay Mini Mart is another go-to supermarket in the island located along the main road in Station 3. You will find a variety of grocery items as well as fresh fruits and vegetables at their first floor. They also have a selection of wines and spirits. At the second floor, there are household items, cosmetics, and even fashion accessories.

Aside from retail items, the store offers bulk supplies for a number of hotels and restaurants in the island. The store is still expanding with a third floor currently under construction. Boracay Mini Mart is open from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM daily.

Note: Due to the community quarantine, the store hours are adjusted to 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM until further notice.


7-Eleven

Where: Various locations


convenience stores Boracay

7-Eleven has six branches in Boracay.

Image: Don Martin Basaca

International chain 7-Eleven has the most number of convenience store branches in the island. From its first location beside the police station in Station 2, 7-Eleven now has five other branches in Boracay. The other locations are located at the beachfront of Station 2 and 3, Cagban Jetty Port, along the main road in Station 1, and at CityMall Boracay. Aside from grocery items, the convenience store also offers take-out foods and drinks. You can also buy load, pay bills, and even charge your travel gadgets at the stores. All 7-Eleven branches are open 24 hours daily.

Note: Due to the community quarantine, the store is closed until further notice.



Make sure to visit Yoorekka to learn and find out more about the best supermarkets in Boracay.


With everything available for your convenience anytime of the day, it is not hard to dub Boracay as Asia’s 24/7 Island.



convenience stores Boracay

Convenience is perhaps one that quality that makes Boracay a preferred vacation destination. There are many options to get here, whether by land, sea, or air. As an island that is full of life night and day, Boracay has become a little city. Finding a place to stay, dine, drink, and chill is easy, with all kinds of shops located just within walking distance.

With the number of stores in the island, even a last-minute trip to Boracay is not a problem. Here are five convenience stores and supermarkets in Boracay where you can find just about anything you need.



Budget Mart

Where: D’Mall, Station 2 and E Mall, Station 3


convenience stores Boracay

Budget Mart D’Mall is a stopover location for most tourists.

Image: Budget Mart Boracay

Budget Mart has two branches both strategically located at the entrance of D’Mall and E Mall Boracay, the bustling commercial centers on the island. The D’Mall branch, which started operating in 2005, is among the earliest supermarkets in the island. It is also the drop-off and pickup point for most hotels and resorts. Though the E Mall branch only opened in 2015, the grocery store has an expansive list of products from food, to toiletries and souvenir items, to name a few. They also have a wide selection of wine and other drinks. Both stores are open from 7:00 AM to 12:00 MN.


Wang Mart

Where: Sitio Bolabog, Station 2, Balabag


convenience stores Boracay

Boracay Wang Mart is one of the biggest Korean stores in the island.

Image: Wang Mart

The Boracay branch of the Korean grocery store Wang Mart is located beside Lake Town Bar and Restaurant in Station 2. The store sells Korean food favorites like kimchi and the popular Samyang noodles, as well as other restaurant supplies. Aside from food products, Wang Mart also sells beauty products from Korea. The store is open from 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM. The grocery is situated along other Korean businesses in the island.




Crafts Supermarket - Deli - Department Store

Where: Main road, Station 2, Balabag


convenience stores Boracay

The second floor of Crafts Supermarket

Image: Crafts of Boracay Supermarket - Deli - Department Store

The four-story building of Crafts of Boracay Supermarket - Deli - Department Store can easily be spotted at the entrance of the wet market of D’Mall. The supermarket occupies the first floor of the building with grocery products as well as fresh fruits and vegetables. They also have a selection of imported wine products. The second floor is for household needs and appliances. Its third floor is dedicated to clothing items, while the fourth floor houses Valhalla Bar & Restaurant.

Across their main building is Crafts Deli offering a wide variety of imported goods, including cheese and meat. The store is open from 7:00 AM to 12:00 MN daily. A mini Crafts Convenience Store is also located along the highway in Angol Crossing at Station 3.

Note: Due to the community quarantine, Crafts Deli’s store hours are adjusted to 8:00 AM to 6:00 PM until further notice.



Boracay Mini Mart

Where: Manggayad Highway, Main road, Station 3, Manocmanoc


convenience stores Boracay

Entrance of Boracay Minimart

Image: shtyrkin

Boracay Mini Mart is another go-to supermarket in the island located along the main road in Station 3. You will find a variety of grocery items as well as fresh fruits and vegetables at their first floor. They also have a selection of wines and spirits. At the second floor, there are household items, cosmetics, and even fashion accessories.

Aside from retail items, the store offers bulk supplies for a number of hotels and restaurants in the island. The store is still expanding with a third floor currently under construction. Boracay Mini Mart is open from 7:00 AM to 9:00 PM daily.

Note: Due to the community quarantine, the store hours are adjusted to 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM until further notice.


7-Eleven

Where: Various locations


convenience stores Boracay

7-Eleven has six branches in Boracay.

Image: Don Martin Basaca

International chain 7-Eleven has the most number of convenience store branches in the island. From its first location beside the police station in Station 2, 7-Eleven now has five other branches in Boracay. The other locations are located at the beachfront of Station 2 and 3, Cagban Jetty Port, along the main road in Station 1, and at CityMall Boracay. Aside from grocery items, the convenience store also offers take-out foods and drinks. You can also buy load, pay bills, and even charge your travel gadgets at the stores. All 7-Eleven branches are open 24 hours daily.

Note: Due to the community quarantine, the store is closed until further notice.



Make sure to visit Yoorekka to learn and find out more about the best supermarkets in Boracay.


With everything available for your convenience anytime of the day, it is not hard to dub Boracay as Asia’s 24/7 Island.



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Karen writes to earn a living, tell stories and promote her advocacies. She’s a traveler and a volunteer. Her adventurous soul makes her more comfortable to sleep on the couch of a stranger than pay bucks for accommodation. Her ultimate dream is to travel the world, master a foreign language and learn how to swim. To keep her sanity while chasing her dreams, she chases waterfalls on weekends.

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