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Splash House Palawan

Splash House Palawan

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"Boat Tours"
"Water Sports"
Shirley Zhu
"The last stop of the island jumping Splash House. I was going to the famous starfish island, but the locals said that starfish island has hardly seen starfish. Can you call starfish island without starfish? So the tour guide took us to splash, saying that the style is different from the previous two islands and is also very special. In fact, this is not an island, it is an offshore platform, and it breeds various marine organisms for viewing or eating. Why is it called splash house? Look at the two pictures up and down to see (splash means splash) actually like such a small place, the sea slightly wavy, plunging into the Dai's distant mountains, boatman and the platform owner as excited as friends to meet playing basketball. We have no other visitors to disturb. It is said that this small platform can be found in the high season empty seat, so the off-season has the advantage. Sitting on the edge of the platform, let the sea run its feet, hoping time can condense happily at this moment, leaving the husks of the attractions, here is more like a place to live. The platform's owner juggled the creatures we had seen or had not seen from the pool and greeted us enthusiastically for a photo. Do you know what this is? The guide knew the name "Hoo" was ugly, but there was a good name called couple fish, also known as the trout. Marine arthropods, blood is magical blue. It is said that 400 million years ago, I don't know if I was lazy, but there is no evolution. When I saw the island of Pandan starfish always wanted to touch a, the platform boss generously satisfied my wish. The starfish out of the water is hard, not at all in the imagination of sticky feeling. Hold in the hands of a few photos, actually softer and softer, shot and quickly put back in the pool. The platform is a simple basket, but everyone is not happy. In the Philippines, where basketball is a passion, it's not much to experience playing a game with a local. It's just that I'm worried, what if the ball flies off the platform? Then, if it does, the locals are good swimmers. Busy fish jump into the sea, pick up the ball back, nothing ~ continue to play ~ time is limited, even if not playing enough, not enough, not enough, always have to leave. Goodbye, Utopian splash house!"
Submariner Diving CenterNearby City

Submariner Diving Center

1 Reviews
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"Boat Tours"
"Water Sports"
Open from 7:00am-8:00pm (Local time)
虾霞罅
"High quality deep dive! Take you into a professional diving center in the Philippines. I have always wanted to go diving, but I couldn’t find a suitable place. Then one day I found such a professional diving site on the Internet, which is located in Aini, Philippines. Divers diving center on the island. So I did not hesitate to buy a ticket to fly from Guangzhou to the Philippines, and started a brave diving trip! Let’s take a look at the tips first. Attraction address: Hama Street | Brgy Masagana, EI Nido, Palawan Island 5313 Diving Price: About 2,000 RMB (including instructor fees). It’s relatively simple here: it’s a place for diving, there is nothing transparent. Sun, white sand, and coconut trees. It's an ordinary beach with a few rolling hills on the side, nothing more. What I see most here are people wearing life jackets and ships returning to the sea, and there are many ships docked on the shore. After I got on the boat, I started to go out to sea. The sea here has two colors. The one near the shore is cyan. Then the more we go out, the more beautiful the sea is. Finally reached the place to dive! Really super excited, my heartbeat has accelerated! ! ! I turned my back to the sea and then started to dive. The clearness and transparency inside shocked me. I can hardly see a trace of impurities. If you continue to dive, you can see a large coral reef. This is the sea with the most coral reefs, and it is rare to see so many in the Philippines. The clown fish can feast your eyes here!"