Philippines —— paradise on earth

There is a world-famous soft white sand beach, and the warm waters of the four seasons are flowing over your feet. There are nearly 20 shipwrecks here to satisfy your curious exploration of the dusty history. Here you can see rare wild animals, gaze monkeys with big eyes, and furry buffaloes…
There are wonderful outdoor activities here.
Diving, cross-country, hiking, island hopping, bamboo rafts, single wooden paddles…
Whether it’s a vacation, an adventure or a tropical life,
Perfect satisfaction here,
Here – the Philippines is a paradise on earth.

Here, you can experience the Baisheng Beach, which is famous for its exciting rafting activities. In the city, you can feel the time passing back. The ancient carriages pass through the gates, the ports, the city walls, and the oldest San Diego Castle in Wangcheng. A symbol of the history of the Philippines – St. Augustine’s Church, quietly praying; seeing the grand palaces such as the Coconut Palace, the Casa Manila Museum, and the Marathon Palace…

Palawan is a long and narrow island extending from the northeast to the southwest in the southwestern part of the Philippines. It is estimated that it takes more than 20 hours to drive between the longest two points. At the same time, the Palawan Island is surrounded by hundreds of islands. It is a diving park and a tourist destination. It has beautiful scenery and rich natural ecology.
It has stunning beach views and rich underwater views. Here, you can take a local crab boat to the sea, visit the island with fine sand, and in the clear and transparent sea, with a variety of underwater creatures, tropical fish, corals… travel the beautiful underwater world, and They dance together…

Puerto Princesa, Spanish for the “Princess Port”, is the capital of Palawan Province and is known for its crocodile farming, underground rivers and diving attractions. Once colonized by Spain, it now has many European architecture and churches, and the cultural heritage of the world organization. The island is naturally non-polluting, has a rich marine ecology, and has a reputation as a “model ecological city”.

There is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, the world’s longest underground river, and you can take a hand-picked cruise ship to see the world’s natural submarine rivers. At the Palawan Wildlife Rescue and Protection Center, if you are brave enough, you can take a photo with a small crocodile. If you like butterflies, you can walk into the Butterfly Eco Park and watch the butterflies flying in the air. If you are lucky enough, you can see the rare and rare Palatine red-necked butterfly.