Address: 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

Puerto Princesa and the underground River

A travel blog entry by rachelsmith1086 on Mar 21, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

... As we are landing we can see islands scattered across a turquoise sea, I don't feel tired anymore and just want to see where we are. As we head out the airport, I look for a Tuk Tuk but instead there are motorbikes with sidecars everywhere. We hop in one and take a 5 minute ride to our hotel. All I can see is palm trees and brightly coloured shacks everywhere- total paradise! Our guest house is the same, called the Colour Mansion it is brightly painted and covered ...

Miniloc Island, El Nido

A travel blog entry by sassybessie on Jan 26, 2014

20 photos

... way up but he actually did it!! Myself, I was too focus while climbing the rock haha! Ninoy made me really feel scared as he wanted to quit when he is close to the middle of the wall. Too bad, my camera's battery is dead so we don't have pictures to prove that we did it!!

3. Sightseeing around Big Lagoon - I love it. The water is calm and we have our own private speed boat touring around the lagoon. How romantic ...

Tricycles in Puerto Princesa

A travel blog entry by luma on Aug 16, 2013

4 comments, 16 photos

... and baby Jesus, the last supper, a carrot, mushroom, naked woman and what he called an 'inverted ****' plus many more which are too rude to write on here! The cave was full of bats too and he continually informed us that the water drops from the ceiling were bat wee (holy water)! After 4 nights, were now on a 6 hour bus journey to El Nido in the north of Palawan, apparently it's amazing for island hopping to snorkel/dive. For now, ta ...

Exploring the Underground River

A travel blog entry by marklg on Jun 27, 2013

5 photos

From El Nido, we took an 8-hour bus down to Puerto Princesa to check out the Subterranean River National Park (aka the underground river). It's an 8.2km long river within 24km of caves, and is supposedly the longest underground river in the world. It was also just named one of the "New 7 Wonders of Nature"... So we figured we'd check it out!


The underground river

A travel blog entry by charlotterowley on Mar 26, 2013

7 photos

... accolade, there have been many reports that the site is very much overrated (especially as voting was done by the public with no limit to the number of times you were able to vote and therefore is subject to being skewed by the amount of local publicity). Never mind, I want to go and see for myself! And I'm quite excited. To visit, there is a strange permit system in place. You can only secure permits in Puerto Princesa and only tour companies can get them. I ...