Patrick D. Canada

It was a nice beach with plenty of things to do.We went on a few day trips and enjoyed them. One of the trips was to the sea caves, you go in ..

Lorraine M. Australia

A clean beach with relatively unpoluted water compared to a lot of other asian beaches. Busy with well organised concessions running sun ..

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Palawan Infrastructure

Palawan Infrastructure
Palawan has become more accessible today than it was many years back.  The main entry points are the Puerto Princesa City airport and seaport, but visitors may also fly directly to selected northern destinations.
Small commercial aircrafts from Manila and Puerto Princesa can ferry tourist, traders and businessmen to northern tourism destinations using the Busuanga and El Nido airstrips. There are also direct flights from Manila to Taytay landing in the Judge Cesar Lim Rodriguez airport. With the plans of national agovernment to upgrade the capital city's airport to conform with international standards as well as the expansion and improvement of airstrips in major tourist towns like Coron and El Nido, travel to Palawan will definitely become easier and faster.

The concreting of the Puerto Princesa- Langogan- Roxas road in northern Palawan has tremendously shortened travel time from the City proper to the northern City barangays and the Roxas municipality. The rehabilitation of the 60 km national road between Taytay and El Nido is a big boost to the tourism industry as well as business and trade. Accessibility has also improved tremendously within the municipalities with the increased farm to market road network. Three commercial airlines provide daily flights between Manila and Puerto Princesa namely Philippine Air Lines, Air Philippines and Cebu Pacific. Smaller airlines such as Sea Air, Inter- Island Trans Voyager and Asian Spirit provide chartered and commuter flights to Cuyo, Coron, El Nido, Taytay, and Culion from Manila or Puerto Princesa City.

Two major domestic shipping lines ferry passengers and cargo regularly from Manila to Puerto Princesa City and vice versa. Both also ply the Manila- Coron- Puerto Princesa City route and vice- versa. Sea travel takes approximately 24 hours, and passengers may choose from economy to luxury accommodations. Another commercial cargo vessel operates in the province, responding to the cargo requirements of business traders from Puerto Princesa City to Manila and vice versa. An inter- island vessel plies the Puerto Princesa- Cuyo- Iloilo route twice a week while another vessel provides a once a week trip to Manila- Coron – Liminangcong and back and weekly trips from Manila to Cuyo and vice versa.

Modest seaports that cam accommodate small to medium- sized vessels serve the needs of island municipalities and coastal villages. All towns are accessible by sea; municipal and privately- owned seaports link island and coastal villages with the rest of mainland Palawan.