98 Lacao Street, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines | Hotel
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This hotel is located on 98 Lacao Street, Puerto Princesa.
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Travel Blogs from Puerto Princesa

Our fifth* natural wonder of the world

A travel blog entry by adandgen on Jan 31, 2014

... be a bit silly not to visit the Underground River now that we are here in Puerto Princesa in central Palawan. Visiting the River is a full day affair. It requires almost two hours in a minivan to the western coast (Puerto Princesa is on the eastern side of Palawan), followed by a short wait for a boat to take you up the coast to the entrance of the national park. Once at the entrance, you dodge large monitor lizards, and overly aggressive macaques, on a short walk through the jungle ...

Arrival in the Philippines-Puerto Princessa

A travel blog entry by adventurebear on Jan 06, 2014

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... little hut to pay 15 pesos to enter. The beach was not an area prepared for tourists. There were little bamboo benches and tables on stilts out in the water and we had to walk through shallow water filled with debris from trees to get to an area where we could swim. There was a little hut that sold beer and whisky. Most of the locals had a litre of whisky and coke on the go. We just opted for Pale Pilsten San Miguel's. This is the only beer you can get in a lot of places ...

Day 7 - Puerto Princesa, Palawan

A travel blog entry by spilor_taycer on Oct 18, 2013

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Today we explored Puerto Princesa & you guessed it for Kimmy & Jodie that meant more shopping & for us it meant more cocktails :) We are staying at Dolce Vita Hotel with the US Navy :) The hotel is near the airport & about 10mins tricycle ride costing 20 pesos to the city. It is a really nice little place with spiral staircases & four post beds. It cost approx. $37 per person per night & we would recommend for a stay in Palawan if ...

The underground river

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 26, 2013

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... no more spectacular than many other caves I've been to (and is nowhere comparable to Mulu national park in Borneo which is just amazing) and I can see why people question it's status as one of the new 7 wonders. But it was pretty. It was 4.30pm by the time we arrived back into Puerto Princesa. So I went out to stock up on some fruit for dinner/breakfast. I really like it here, everyone is so friendly, fruits are really cheap and it's small so getting anywhere is only a very short ...

Travel saigon to phillipines

A travel blog entry by suokkotravels on Jan 22, 2013

Wrap up Saigon: we met a wonderful couple from ontario canada (Jackie and Gord), who are living as ex-pats in china, teaching english, we think in the same town that Julia Higgins (RJ' girlfriend) mom is teaching, anyway they discusses all the pros and cons of working in china. We rented a motorcycle to run some errands, to mail goodies home from vietnam, not an easy task for several reasons, one is the absolute communist restrictions on mailing, another is ...