Bantayan is part of the Central Visayan Islands in the Philippines. It is situated in the Visayan Sea, in an arc created by the three most well known Visayans: Panay, Negros, and Cebu. With a land area of about 110 square km (around 40 square mi.), it is mostly covered with coconut palm trees. Unlike most of the Philippines, Bantayan went unmolested by Japanese forces during World War II. Check out this beautiful island from the perspective of a drone, compliments of contributor Marc Piramide.