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Known as the country's last frontier, Palawan has
managed to preserve its fascinatingly natural habitat
through the years. Situated north of Mindoro and
north of Malaysia's Sabah Island, Palawan is the
country's largest province spanning 1.5 million hectares.
An ideal breeding ground for tropical flora and
fauna, Palawan has more than a thousand islands and
islets where monkeys, squirrels, bear cats, and zebras
thrive with wild tropical plants and corals.  Palawan's
population follows the same pattern. The province has
attracted peoples of all backgrounds and it is said that
today's Palawenos are a fusion of 81 different cultural
groups. Foreigners, too, have grown to love this quiet
province.  Palawan consists of about 1,769 islands; the
Calamian Island group to the north, the Cuyo Islands
group to the northwest, and the Balabac-Bugsuk group
to the southwest. For the laid-back trip, Honda Bay is
an ideal destination. From there, you can take your
pick of your own little hideaway from Cowrie Island
and Pandan, to La Isla Bonita and Isla de Nagusuan.

Palawan is a must-see Island when visiting Philippines.
Situated in the southwest of the capital city of Manila;
Palawan is an amazing natural delight in the west-most
boundary of the Philippines islands. Palawan is
majorly famous for its unusual natural beauty and
weather which treats the visitors with the incredible
fusion of golden sun, pristine turquoise green and aqua
blue waters, and some of the Philippines finest white
sand beaches and palm trees. Many resort islands
attempt to imitate this beauty but few measure-up to
the absolute wonder and incredible paradise.