|TEL: +63 (048) 433 9491|
|MOBILE: +63 (977) 708 4797 , +63 (939) 646 5542,|
|+63 (917) 522 2421|
|ADDRESS: BM Road Barangay San Manuel, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines 5300|
Palawan wildlife Rescue and conservation center formerly known as the Crocodile Farming Institute is both tourist attraction and a research institute devoted to crocodiles. It also has a mini zoo, w/c features some of Palawan’s species of wildlife.
Looking for a quiet time in the city? Puerto Princesa's Baywalk is a nice place to relax w/ a beautiful view of the bay. W/ the developments in the area, it has become one of the most popular scenic spots for taking pictures.
This piece of paradise is owned by the family of the late Speaker of the Ramon V. Mitra. The house was built at the top of the mountain. It is also overlooking to Honda Bay Islands and Sanitary landfill.
Is famous for their deliciously baked goodies like hopia, mamon, cashew tarts and other pastries. As you walk around the park, be snap-happy with life-sized statues of your favorite characters. You will find statues of Donald Duck, Manilyn Monroe, and other that scattered within the area.
It was built during the Spanish occupation (1872) in Brgy.Liwanag, Rizal Avenue. This small church was renovated and turned into a cathedral, its original architectural design of the church has been excellency preserved.
A National Historical Site, restired ruin of an old garrisson where Japanese Soldiers burned around 150 American prisoners of war in tunnel found beneath the Park's Portals in December 14, which now stands as a grim reminder of World War II atrocities. The remains of those who died were buried at St. Louis Country, Jefferson Barracks, National Cemetery, Missouri and US (1952). Only 11 prisoners survived to tell the story.
|BM Road Barangay San Manuel, 5300 Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippines|