Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park is located in Puerto Princesa City, Palawan. The bay side is a safe and refreshing place to unwind while looking at the still-blue waters that lap against the walls. You can sit back, enjoy the mild sun and feel the fresh sea breeze.
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A quick and relaxing one-hour flight on Philippine Airlines took the group to the island where nature flourishes like no other ??" Palawan.
Also, regarded as the Philippines' last ecological frontier, this destination is home to two prominent sites ??" the Tubbataha Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the Puerto Princesa Underground River, one of the New 7 Wonders of Nature.
Puerto Princesa's Astoria Palawan extended its gracious hospitality as this eco-friendly beachfront resort served as the official home of the group while in Palawan. Aside from the staff's warm welcome, a perform ...
A simple way of experiencing how local leisure is by strolling along the Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park. It is an open seaside space for strolling, biking, and a place to hang out located just beside the port area at Sandoval St, Puerto Princesa, Palawan.
The is well developed for both locals, and tourist alike. You will find benches and sitting areas. During the night time, the park is also well lit.
If you're trying to waste time, or you fancy a splendid view, you'll find it's easy to lose track of time here. Locals take a breather, and relax with family or friends at Pu ...
Located along the main highway of Puerto Princesa City in Palawan, the Immaculate Conception Cathedral stands as the 'central church' of the island. It is accessible along the Rizal Avenue, fronting the Rizal Monument and Park. For those who do not know "Rizal" comes from the name Jose P. Rizal, who is the National Hero of the Philippines, which is why his name is used in many streets, schools, towns, etc in the country.
The other side of the Immaculate Conception Cathedral is on Taft St., which is also the same road to access another tourist destination, the Plaza Cuartel. The church serve ...
Part of the itinerary for the Puerto Princesa City Tour are the historic Immaculate Conception Cathedral Church and the Puerto Princesa City Baywalk.
Located along Rizal Avenue in Baranggay Liwanag (just across the historic Plaza Cuartel) is one of the popular tourist destinations in the city of Puerto Princesa.
The Immaculate Conception of Mary is said to be the patroness of the cathedral church.
This blue-colored cathedral church is a century-old historical landmark which was built as a small church during the Spanish colonization of the Philippines and was only ...
Puerto Princesa City Baywalk. It used to be a squatters area but after a fire swallowed the houses of the people, they were no longer allowed to built houses in it. The city turned it to a tourist and local destination to unwind and relax and they developed it to a Baywalk.
The people were of course not taken for granted. The city built a tenement few meters from the baywalk, where they now live in it. They were asked to take care of the place and they were allowed to make a living out of selling barbecues and pasalubong items for livelihood.
It looks prettier in daytime, good for photo ...
The Philippines was a major player in the Pacific Theater of World War 2. Thus, it is not really surprising that many remnants of the Great War remain. Dark, bleak remnants that remind us of untold suffering and horrible destruction. Remnants that remind us of the costly sacrifice that our warriors suffered to preserve our freedom.
Earlier, we went to a reliquary of some of these remnants, the Palawan Special Battalion World War 2 Museum. As the sun neared her bedtime, we visited another bastion of World War 2 in Puerto Princesa, the Plaza Cuartel.
Built sometime in the 1940s, Plaza Cuar ...