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Palawan Monkey Trail

The monkey trail is named after the monkey macaca fascicularis that are often seen in the karst. The trail consists of a total of 355 wooden steps and 386 hardened and paved steps. In 15 days, 100 men built the steps, starting from the top and working their way down be segment.

The original jungle trail was made of timber salvaged from the park. It was easier to start at the top and bring the logs down rather than haul them uphill, said the billboard displayed at the entrance of the Puerto Princesa Subterranean River National Park in Palawan.

What can you see on the monkey trail? Monkeys, the only species of monkeys in the Philippines locally known as tsonggo and bayawak or (monitor lizards roaming around. Expect also pythons, plants and animals better left in the wild rather than caged in zoos.

Mount Maruyog Farms and Garden Resort

Mount Maruyog Farms and Garden Resort Palawan is a mountain resort in Brooke’s Point with Edison's Peak at its background. The resort has a number of air-conditioned cottages for overnight stay, swimming pool, a function room that could accommodate over a hundred guests, a mini-gallery, a sports area with facilities and a restaurant that takes pride in its specialty Dodoy botong – chicken tinola sa buko, Pinais na Sada – grilled fish in seven herbs and Alimango sa Labong – crabs with coconut and bamboo shoot.

The resort is near Sabsaban Waterfalls, a hot spring, and Oring-oring the source of the biggest pearl in the world.

Puerto Prinsesa Airport

Puerto Prinsesa Airport

Airport type:

Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines

Puerto Princesa City

Barangay San Jose, Puerto Princesa City

AMSL 22 m / 71 ft


Puerto Princesa International Airport serves the Puerto Prinsesa area for airport flights. It is located in the province of Palawan in the Philippines. Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines classified it as an international airport. Its estimated passengers are around 600,000 per year.

Palawan Postcards