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Stationen in Puerto Princesa  

Puerto Princesa International Airport, Rizal Avenue, Barangay San Miguel, Puerto Princesa, 5300 Palawan, Philippineslogo
SBE Transport Terminal, QPMV+HG Barangay San Jose, Barangay San Pedro, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippineslogo
Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, Philippineslogo
San Jose Terminal, QPMW+J2 Barangay San Jose, Barangay San Pedro, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippineslogo
Puerto Princesa Port, Malvar Road, Puerto Princesa, 5300 Palawan, Philippineslogo
San Jose New Market, QPMV+6X Barangay San Jose, Barangay San Pedro, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippineslogo
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Hochsaison

March - May
Orte, die man sehen muss
Firefly watching
Lokalwährung
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You won't ever get bored in a place like Puerto Princesa, a common favorite city among travelers. Puerto Princesa has a lot to offer the common traveler. The people are friendly, the restaurants are exceptional, and the bars overflow with alcohol. You really can’t ask for a lot more. Like other "connecting" cities, many travelers tend to think they should skip cities like Puerto Princesa without thinking twice. Instead of heading straight for the islands, you’ll want to spend a few days here and you won’t be sorry that you did. Take some tours, see the wildlife, and eat some delicious food. When you’re ready to continue with your trip, book a private or shared van to El Nido which will pick you up directly from your hotel.

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It's frequently not working, intermittent or very slow, especially in the provinces (Palawan being the poster child for dysfunctional wi-fi). That huge caveat aside, most hotels, cafes and restaurants in touristy areas and provincical centres provide free wi-fi. For smartphone users, local SIM cards with data (4G) are easy to purchase, and data is cheap at less than P50 per day. You can still find internet cafes in most decent-sized cities. Business hotels and an increasing number of boutique hotels and hostels have computers for guests to use. Most travellers also surf the net using 3G or 4G mobile phone connections.

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