Puerto Princesa Baywalk

Apr 14, 2011

The Puerto Princesa Baywalk was just at the back of the Audissie Pension Inn where we stayed last month. And during our stay there, we would always walk over there from the pension, either to eat or just walk off the buffet meals we had during the day. It was a perfect way to cap off our city tour! I love this park because it was so laid back and the people you meet are so kind and helpful to tourists like us.You can rent bikes for a minimal fee. There are security guards roaming around. There are families with kids in tow. There are students and barkadas and there are young couples and old people!
The peacock lapm post is very beautiful when lighted!

The fish shaped decors at the baywalk.
Look at the sea horse design on the sheds.
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A perfect capture of a very serene scene. Too bad the sun sets on the other side of the baywalk and even worse that I wasnt able to wake up to witness the sun rise!
The baywalk looks very beautiful at night with such colorful lghts!
And you wont get hungry because there were so many food stalls: from ice scramble to choloate fondue to goto and barbecue! The selection of street food was endless! The first night that we were here, Arnel Pineda had a concert to celebrate a festival. We can hear him from the pension inn, but by that time, we were too tired to go back to the baywalk!
Oh, and of course, here are just some souvenirs you can buy at the baywalk.
That ends my city tour for Puerto Princesa City. As a review, we went to the Butterfly farm, Mitra's Ranch, Baker's Hill, Crocodile Farm, Iwahig Penal Colony, Immaculate Conception Parish, Plaza Cuartel and the baywalk! Whew, that was a very long but enjoyable day indeed! Cant wait to go back!


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