Palawan is situated between the Sulu and South China Seas, to the south west of Manila, in a zone which is free of earthquakes and well away from the main typhoon belt.  It is therefore a province not so prone to natural disasters as some other parts of South East Asia. It does have the benefit of a tropical climate, and is warm or hot all year. It is part of the Brunei Darussalem, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Philippines Easty Asean Growth Area (BIMP-EAGA).

Although Palawan has retained much of its natural habitat and provides such a peaceful haven, it is nonetheless a very accessible province of the Philippines. The main airport at Puerto Princesa City is served by daily flights from the Philippine capital of Manila, which is reached in a little over an hour. There are plans already set in motion to upgrade the airport to international status, and direct flights to and from abroad are expected to ensue. Destinations are expected to include Brunei, which is geographically very close to the south of Palawan. There are also ferry services to and from Manila and Iloilo.

Palawan is also strategically placed for the major international shipping lanes, offering potential for commercial enterprises to export to other parts of the world, as well as other provinces of the Philippines.

Welcome to The Philippines: In this video clip you will be introduced to the beauty and lifestyle choices that bring many people and investors to The Philippines. Make sure you make Palawan a top spot destination in your plans to visit The Philippines.

The Philippines plays host to a vast assortment of foreign visitors every year. Some come for fun, some for business and some for a lifetime.  

It is more fun in The Philippines!!!  

An introduction to Palawan beaches: In this video clip you will be exposed to a small yet convincing glimpse into what makes Palawan the destination of choice for investors and vacationers. Every type of beach can be located and enjoyed from rocky seashore to white powder sand.

From secluded confidential coves to long flat beach fronts. Many beaches have stunning island views that can not be beaten anywhere else in the world. Whether you are looking to relax in a hut, release some stress on a deserted beach, Palawan has exactly what you are looking for.   

A journey thought the Tubbataha Reefs: In this exciting video you will travel through an amazing community of 300 coral species and 400 fish species known as the Tubbataha Reefs. Nominated as 1 of the new 7 Natural Wonders is the World is easy to see why.

This splendid place plays host to many visitors for a once-in-a-life-time indulgence of marine uniqueness at its finest.  


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