Ai World Palawan: Puerto Princesa’s Multi-Park Paradise

Just when you thought you’ve experienced enough of Puerto Princesa, a promising multi-park paradise named Ai World Palawan has emerged.
 
Ai World (pronounced as “eye”) is a mountain resort nestled in a vast highland in Bacungan, Puerto Princesa. The total area of the property is 100 hectares, of which only 20% is the developed area. Ai World Palawan is a resort-and-park-in-one under the development of Neogreen and being operated by World Ai Corp. It opened publicly last March 4, 2107 and has continuously drawn influx of tourists everyday to experience what Ai World has to offer. Boasting lots of activities and offerings that serve up wildly unique and endless experiences, there’s so many ways you can create memories in Ai World. To say the least, Ai World Palawan is rising up its game in the hospitality industry.
 

Top 5 Places in Palawan for Nature Lovers

By Carmela Alvarez of 'Let's Palawan'.

The island of Palawan is a world-renowned travel destination in the Philippines. Being one of the largest islands in the country, it has been blessed with pristine beaches, crystal waters and an abundance of flora and fauna.

Although Palawan’s beach scenes are remarkable as they are, the island offers more than just its shade-giving palm trees and wide sandbars. To prove that this island paradise has more up its sleeves than just its coastline exhibits, here are the top 5 places in Palawan for nature lovers.



1.       Maquinit Hot Springs - Located in Coron, Palawan, Maquinit Hot Springs is nature’s very own hot tub. It is surrounded by the lush greens of the mangrove forest and the open sea, adding up to the already soothing atmosphere of this natural jacuzzi. The warmth of the springs provides comfort to anyone seeking quiet relaxation. After engaging in a tough hike to Mt. Tapyas, to recline in this natural sauna would be a treat to your aching body and sore muscles.

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Coron's Enchanting Lake

Pinay Solo Backpacker – Sat, Dec 6, 2014

They say you won’t have seen Coron if you haven’t explored its lakes and lagoons that are draped by towering jungle-fringed karsts. Boating languidly here is one of the most surreal travel experiences in the Philippines. It will render you speechless and breathless.

Kayangan Lake is part of the ancestral domain of the Coron Tagbanua

 

 

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