The Lotus Garden
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe Lotus Garden Puerto Princesa
Staff are incredibly friendly, food is delicious and rooms are comfortable. It's easy to book tours and air tickets at reception and it's all for a pretty good price.
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TripAdvisor Reviews The Lotus Garden Puerto Princesa
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... We set off and I tried to sleep but then the sun began to show its shy face, creeping up slowly over the misty horizon. I had to watch it. The countryside was cloaked in a heavy layer of fog which made the sunrise all the more magical. Silhouetted palm trees emerged from the mist and vanished just as quickly and the van driver played some chilled reggae which seemed to perfectly fit the scene. We were fortunate enough to be sharing ...
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... tours opening containers of cooked crab, prawns and delights. Ours was served and was OK, but no crab or the likes. Still there was more to look forward to as we were promised our next stop Pandan Island was the better of the two for snorkelling. It was the better, but not much, yes there were a wider variety of species but no reef or memorable experience. The sun was beating down and the backs of our legs were beginning to feel the ...
... how expensive a simple magnet was, whereas in the Philippines, you could get a whole bag full of fun stuff for about the same price. We priced out some things and bought some cashews for snacking on later and headed towards our next stop.
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... a mighty flower shirt and a silver customised bus to boot. The "Jeepneys" are a part of the culture here - old and (sometimes) restored buses with custom paint jobs and 4x4 wheels to combat the dirt roads and severe flooding. It becomes clear during our trip through the town that all shop fronts, houses and people's clothes are filled with colour and a personal touch. Even their version of a tuk-tuk, consisting of a Honda motorbike with a fully ...