The Palawan Islands are a long and narrow island in the southwestern part of the Philippines. This Amazonian jungle area is an ecological virgin land in the Philippines, plus there are more than a thousand large and small islands around it. It is known as the seaside Utopia. In Palawan, you can see the beautiful "undersea world" by simply going down to 5 meters underwater. This is also the place where Nicholas Tse proposed to Cecilia Cheung.
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ame here early morning and I got the whole place to myself. Ordered a crepe and latte, Finally found a real espresso taste in Philippines after travelling and trying many cafes! They are using La Vazza coffee beans and they got a good espresso machine. Came back to this cafe many times!
We found this cozy relaxing cafe and Its just wonderful! Friendly staff and really tasty coffees! Apparently it’s soft opening but lots of people already! The hammocks! I definitely wanna come back here when it’s fully opened!
A popular local cafe in the heart of Puerto Princesa.
At first, it looks like a typically small cafe prior entering but inside, it has a big area for dining ang drinking coffee. It has rustic and old school-ish ambience.
They serve not only coffee and pastries but also pancit, rice etc. There's a wide selection in the menu and it's uniquely named.
About the taste, it's your typical coffee. I would agree at some point - overrated.
Still a must visit and must try since this can only be found in Puerto Princesa, Palawan.
Coron and Calamian Islands are the ideal places for a delightful holiday in Palawan, Philippines: whether you want to relax on the beach or dive in the midst of a multitude of tropical fishes or go island hopping to discover the dozens of idyllic desert islands.
Coron, whose name evokes images of white sand beaches and crystal-blue lagoons has in recent years become one of the top wreck diving destinations. The Second World War wrecks found in Coron Bay are some of the best preserved in the world.
Over the mountain and unto the sea, Coron, in the #Palawan, never fails to amazed me. It is indeed the last frontier. The #seascape and the rock formations are the best sight to behold!
The best part of #Coron is best enjoyed when joining the group island tours- usually comes with picnic lunch and ended with a bunch of new found travel buddies.