Palawan’s Wildlife Rescue and Conservation Center, commonly known as the Crocodile Farm, is located in Barangay Irawan, Puerto Princesa. This is being managed by the Department of Environment and Natural Resources and has become one of the major tourist spots in the city. Aside from Crocodiles, there are also other animals such as bear cats, monkeys, serpent eagle and many others. Entrance Fee is only 25 pesos. Continue reading “Puerto Princesa City Tour Destination # 3: Crocodile Farm”
Catholicism is one of the influences of the Spaniards that still remains up to this day and this is the reason why are a lot of old churches in the Philippines. One of the cathedrals which were built in the 1800’s is still existing today, and this is the Immaculate Conception Cathedral. This is already more than a century old located in Rizal Street, Barangay Liwanag, Puerto Princesa. Its current location is called “Old Puerto Princesa” and the church itself was not this big before. Continue reading “Puerto Princesa City Tour Destination # 2: Immaculate Conception Cathedral”
2 weeks ago, I was in Puerto Princesa together with Karla. It was our first time to be in Puerto Princesa and the first thing we did was to tour the city. Glad that a tricycle driver approached us if we wanted to tour the city for 500 pesos.
I will feature the different sites that we visited for half a day here. The details of the places we been to will be featured in Pinoytraver.com/blog.
One of our destinations is the Butterfly Garden in Sta. Monica, Puerto Princesa. From the name pretty much explains what to expect inside. Obviously, the place was filled with butterflies. Going there would make you appreciate the wonders of nature. Puerto Princesa is fortunate to be one of the most species of butterflies in South East Asia.