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The Best City Tour Puerto Princesa, and more, the Philippines

The Best City Tour Puerto Princesa, and more, the Philippines. Palawan is one of the most precious tourist destinations in the country. Only in Puerto Princesa, local and foreign tourists can visit many beautiful places, from natural wonders to artificial attractions. If you want both, visit the Puerto Princesa City Tour. This tour highlights the sights of the city and its surroundings, providing a fun and memorable experience for many travelers.

Six (6) attractions included in the route of the Puerto Princesa best City Tour. The 10-hour half-day experience is the ideal way to spend your holidays in Puerto Princesa. Not only you can see the main attractions. But you can also witness the vibrant urban and rural scenery of the city. Experience the friendliness and generosity of the locals.

Besides the trip itself, guests can also enjoy a round-trip shuttle service. Your collection point can be at any hotel in Puerto Princesa. Although the pickup time set at 6:30 AM. Please arrive 30 minutes in advance to avoid being charged extra. They provide light refreshments during the tour, and a licensed guide will show you all the attractions on the itinerary.

These are part of the attractions of the Puerto Princesa City Tour:

  • Mitra Ranch
  • Butterfly Eco Garden
  • Tribal Village
  • Mount Baker
  • Barracks Square
  • Puerto Princesa Cathedral
  • Baywalk

With its green pastures, one would think of Mitra Ranch as paradise. This ranch owned by the family of the late Philippine Senator Ramon Mitra. Travelers can relax on the hilltop viewing platform and enjoy panoramic views of Puerto Princesa. Besides sightseeing, you will also encounter several farm animals, including horses and cattle. There is also a zipper line in this attraction to stimulate adrenaline addicts. While flying in the air, admire the breathtaking landscapes of the Puerto Princesa farmland.

The Butterfly Eco Garden and Tribal Village is a refuge for butterflies. A place where visitors can meet in Palawan and interact with indigenous people’s tribes. The garden is full of flora and fauna and is home to a variety of butterfly species. Besides these cute creatures, several insects, reptiles and even mammals are on display. The tribal village is home to the Palau tribe. Visitors can learn about the culture and lifestyle of the tribe through cultural performances and demonstrations.

If Baker’s Hill is just a humble bakery. It will become a mini-park where children and inner children will find all kinds of fun. Food lovers will also enjoy a wide variety of delicacies. But without picking up a bag of delicious baked goods from Baker’s Hill, including delicious Hopia, cakes and other slices of bread. This is the perfect place to buy gifts for your friends, and family friends.

Attractions of the Puerto Princesa

History buffs will appreciate visits to the barracks square and the cathedral. Barracks Square was the site of the Palawan massacre. Where American soldiers died in the hands of Japanese soldiers during World War II. Not far is Puerto Princesa, also known as Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. You will amaze by the magnificent architecture of this charming Spanish-era church.

On the seafront promenade in Puerto Princesa, Baywalk is an ideal place to watch the sunset and a great gathering place. From cycling to eating street food, there is a lot to do here.

Palawan

Puerto Princesa
Puerto Princesa City Tour

Palawan is one of the most precious tourist destinations in the country. Only in Puerto Princesa, local and foreign tourists can visit many beautiful places, from natural wonders to artificial attractions. If you want both, visit the Puerto Princesa City Tour. This tour highlights the sights of the city and its surroundings, providing a fun and memorable experience for many travelers.

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Davao

Davao
Davao City Tour

This guided tour, visit the popular attractions of Davao City, such as Crocodile Park, Museo Dabawenyo, Jacks Ridge, and more.

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Baguio

Baguio
Baguio City Tour

On this half-day tour, visit the impressive city of Baguio while enjoying its popular tourist attractions and cool breeze.

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Day trip to Iloilo City
Day trip to Iloilo City
Day trip to Iloilo City

Let your guide show you the charming, historical and picturesque places of Iloilo.

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Cagayan de Oro

Cagayan de Oro
Cagayan de Oro City Tour

Turn around and explore the city of Cagayan de Oro, like never before. Then accompany you on a full tricycle with a licensed guide.

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Cebu and Mactan

Cebu and Mactan
Cebu and Mactan City Tour

Tour the beautiful cities of Cebu and Mactan with other travelers on this half-day tour.

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Capiz

Capiz
Capiz City Tour

Through this unique trip, discover what makes Capiz a fascinating part of the mythological creature rumor.

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Puerto Princesa Half-Day Tour

Puerto Princesa Half-Day City Tour
Puerto Princesa Half-Day Tour

This worry-free half-day tour includes travel insurance. Explores the city attractions of the “Forest City” including Mount Baker, Crocodile Farm, and more.

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Puerto Princesa

Puerto Princesa City Tour
Puerto Princesa City Tour

People and miracle journey. Puerto Princesa – Towns and Wonders.

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The Heritage Tour, Puerto Princesa

Puerto Princesa City Tour - The Heritage
Puerto Princesa City Tour – The Heritage

Puerto Princesa – The Heritage

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The Full Experience Tour, Puerto Princesa

The Full Experience
The Full Experience

Puerto Princesa – The Full Experience

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The Philippines Best Cities, Places In Western Visayas Region VI

The Western Visayas Region VI Hiligaynon: Kabisay-an Nakatundan. (Tagalog: Kanlurang Kabisayaan) is an administrative region of ​​the Philippines, numbered as VI. It Comprises 6 provinces (Antique, Aklan, Guimaras, Capiz, Guimaras, Iloilo, and Negros Occidental) and two urbanized cities (Iloilo City, Bacolod City). The regional center is the city of Iloilo. It dominates the region by native speakers of 4 Visayas languages: Aklanon, Kinaray-a, Capiznon, and Hiligaynon. With a range of ​​20,794.18 square kilometers (8,028.68 square miles). A population of 7,536,383, the capacity is the most populated section of ​​the Visayas.

On May 29, 2015, when the West Visayas (Vi) lost the province of Negros Occidental. The urbanized city of Bacolod to the built Isla de Negros part, the zone redefined. But, the region disbanded and Negros Occidental and Bacolod returned to West Visaya on August 9, 2017.

The current name of the district refers to its location in the Visayas locality. American colonialists created the name after the failure of the Philippine revolutionaries on Panay Island. Other suggest that the name of the current Western Visayas section changed to the Madja-as territory. Which was the former name of the locale before the 16th-century Spanish colonial rule? The proposed name refers to ally Madja-as, an ally of the region that existed between the 12th and 1569. Ruled by the first monarch of the Western Visayas, Datu Puti. This name is the oldest reference name for the entire western region of Visayas.

These areas began to exist on September 24, 1972, when the provinces of the Philippines organized into 11 regions. Under Presidential Decree No. 1 as part of the comprehensive restructuring plan for President Ferdinand Marcos. Aklan, Antique, Capiz, Iloilo (including its then Guimaras sub-province) and Negros Occidental provinces make up the Western Visayas.

READ: Philippines – Best Cities, Places In Central Visayas Region VII

On May 23, 2005, they transferred Palawan Province to the VI District (West Visayas) by Executive Order 429. The Ministry of the Interior and Local Government announced in June 2005 that the transfer had completed. But, Palaweños criticized the measure on the grounds of lack of consultation. Most residents of Puerto Princesa and every municipality, but one prefers to stay in the IV-B section. So, Executive Order No. 129 issued on August 19, 2005, to resolve this response. The order ordered suspend execution of command 429. Pending approval of Palawan’s transfer of the Vicinity from the IV-B section to the VI state. So, Palawan remains part of the IV-B territory.

READ: The Visayas Philippines

The Executive Order No. 183 of May 29, 2015, President Benigno Aquino III, Negros Occidental Province and it’s capital, Bacolod. Withdrew from the Western Visayas and formed the Isla de Negros territory. On August 9, 2017, President Rodrigo Duterte disbanded the district of ​​Negros Island. Withdrew Executive Order No. 183 and later recovered in Visayas, Negros Occidental and its capital, Bacolod City. Benjamin Diokno, the Minister of Budget and Management, in 2015. An Executive Order No. 38 signaled the lack of funds to set up a national inventory report.

Airport

  • International
  • Kalibo International Airport
  • Iloilo International Airport

National

  • Bacolod Airport – Silai (Silai City, Negros West)
  • Godofredo P. Ramos Airport (Aklan, Caticlan, Malay)
  • Roxas Airport, Capiz
  • Evelio Javier Airport (San Joséde Buenavista, Funda-Dalipe, Antique)

City Airport

  • Semirara Airport (Isla de Semirara, Caluya, Antiguo)

Others

  • Sipalay, Negros Occidental
  • Kabankalan City National Airport (Kabankalan, Negros Occidental)
  • Sicogon Airport (Sicogon Island, Carles, Iloilo)

Lane

  • The proposal to reconnect Iloilo-Kalibo, Iloilo-Roxas, Iloilo-San Jose (antique), and Iloilo-Malay (Aklan). From Iloilo via the railway included in the rebirth of Panay railway network, which has now dissolved and having stations. In the city of Santa Barbara.

by georgeparrilla