Cruise Island Adventure Inc
The only way to visit Tubbataha is on one of the half dozen or so liveaboards operating from Puerto Princesa. The average cost for a...
Kim's Hot Springs
Kim’s (P400 for four hours for up to eight people) is conveniently located along the National Hwy, not far north of the turn-off for...
This beach, on the northern side of the isthmus, has several hundred metres of white sand and shallow water good for swimming. Jeepneys...
Bilao at Palayok
Serves a variety of Filipino favourites, including sinigáng (tamarind-based soup), adobo (pork stewed in vinegar and garlic) and...
369 Rizal Ave · interesting places nearby
Kalui has a lovely Balinese ambiance – wooden floors, colourful paintings, sculptures and masks adorn the walls, and there’s a general air of sophistication. Choose from a few varieties of seafood, all served with veggies, a seaweed salad and rice plus there’s a delightful fruit-mix dessert, served in a hollowed-out coconut. Reservations recommended, especially for dinner and groups.
Shoes are stashed in cubby holes before entering the restaurant.