Although most of the best things to do in Puerto Princesa are outside the main city, one of the best things to do at night is visiting the City Baywalk. This is by far the best thing to do in Puerto Princesa at night after visiting the other attractions during the day. There is nothing better than an evening stroll down the Puerto Princesa Baywalk. It stretches 2km (1.25 miles) along the waterfront between the Puerto Princesa Cultural Center and the U.S. Embassy. There is plenty to see and do at the Baywalk, with vendors and restaurants lining the paths, which makes this a really fun night out. The area is well lit up and is safe for tourist, perfect for taking a stroll along the open seaside. It’s a great place just to hang out and enjoy the atmosphere, there are bikes to rent and you will see the local kids having the time of their lives riding up and down. There is plenty of sitting areas and benches that you can sit down and absorb it all in. The Puerto Princesa City Baywalk opens at 1 pm to 11:00 pm daily. I would recommend visiting around 5 pm so you can get there as it turns from day into night. At night is when the Baywalk comes alive, there are vendors selling snacks and plenty of restaurants to choose from.
enjoyed the fresh seafood restaurants there. the local people were absolutely friendly.
It is a park where you can eat food, rent a bike, or simply walk in these place. There are different food and sea foods. Very affordable and pick on your choice. There were also souvenirs and henna tattoo around this corner. Crowded at night. But nice to come by, friendly people.
The Binhai Avenue of Princess Harbor is close to the pier of Princess Harbor and the Blue Cathedral. On one side of the Binhai Avenue, there are still restaurants, bars and other shops. The trees on the other side of the Binhai Avenue are basically false betel nut. The Phoenix trees behind the restaurant are very beautiful. There are many crab boats moored on the sea here. At one end of Binhai Avenue is the Principal Port Wharf, and at the other end is the local ferry wharf. The ferry wharf has a boat to the opposite island. It sails for about 40 minutes and has a one-way ticket of 35P. It is a larger crab boat.
Best time to go here is around 5pm onwards. Try to eat on one of their boodle fight. Really worth it and not that pricey.
good quality seafoods selections and special croc sisig relax ambience with the locals
good for family bonding