Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park


Situated just a few kilometers from the city center of Puerto Princesa in Palawan, the Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park is now one of the most visited tourist attractions in the island. Aside from its relaxing ambiance, the Baywalk Park also houses a number of restaurants, which offers grilled food and aphrodisiacs including Crocodiles and Frogs.

Maranga Family at Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park

Maranga Family at Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park

The Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park is just a couple of kilometers away from the Palawan International Airport and Blue Lagoon Inn & Suites. When visiting the park, you will easily see the “Trisikad Rental Stalls” and plenty of concrete seats and benches. During early mornings and late afternoons, both locals and tourist take a stroll or jog in this well-maintained park.

Considered by many of its residence as an attraction, the Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park is slowly becoming one of the best parks in the Philippines. In some aspects, it is comparable to many of the seaside parks in the country but this is just one of the few parks that offer the trisikad (pedal-powered vehicle with 3 tires) rental service.

The sound of the sea breeze, the breath of fresh air and the tweets of the birds make the place more relaxing. It keeps you away from the hustle and bustle of the nearby City Center. The best restaurants are also a huge addition to this park as many of the tourists take their dinner here. Students, Lovers are a regular visitor of the Palawan Baywalk.

If you want to visit Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park, from the City Center, you can easily follow the Rizal Avenue going to the port. Take a right turn when you reach the Immaculate Conception Cathedral. The Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park is a 400-meter stretch so you will surely not miss it if you reach the area. An hour use of the trisikad will cost you P70. You can also opt for 30-minutes for only P40.

Floaters at the Palawan Baywalk

Floaters at the Palawan Baywalk

Outriggers in the Baywalk

Outriggers in the Baywalk

Sam driving a smaller bike

Sam driving a smaller bike

View of the bikes from different owners

View of the bikes from different owners

View on the other side

View on the other side

Well-maintained trees

Well-maintained trees


This page is last updated on Mar 8, 2016 @ 1:58 pm
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  1. abby says:

    kuya, magkano po yun singil sa tricycle within the main city lang po? at ano po yun mga must remember bago mag underground river? nag take meds ba kayo bago mag punta dun, like anti-malaria?

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