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Information about Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park

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Puerto Princesa City Baywalk Park, Sandoval Street, Puerto Princesa, Palawan, Philippines
Opening hours
13:00 - 22:00
Distance from center
424 m
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Puerto Princesa Baywalk

Puerto Princesa Baywalk in Palawan

​Puerto Princesa Baywalk is a long stretch of a well-paved promenade on Sandoval St., Puerto Princesa, Palawan. It is somewhat similar to the baywalk in Manila Bay, although it’s a bit smaller and the air is cleaner. Puerto Princesa Baywalk has been a popular hangout spot for locals and tourists alike because it is clean and accessible.

Locals and tourists come to the Baywalk to relax and enjoy the view of the bay. Some go jogging; others do brisk walking or strolling while most are just hanging out. The cool breeze from the bay makes it perfect for unwinding and relaxation.


How to get here:

Puerto Princesa Baywalk is at Sandoval St. Puerto Princesa. It is within walking distance from the Immaculate Conception Cathedral and the historical Plaza Cuartel and 2.7 kilometers away from the Palawan International Airport.

Ride a tricycle and ask the driver to drop you off at the Baywalk. If you're staying in the city center, this public landmark is a walking distance. 


Best time to Visit:

It is an all-year-round destination and is best to be visited during the sunny season, from December to May, as it is an outdoor attraction.

Frequently asked questions

What is the history of Puerto Princesa Baywalk?

Puerto Princesa Baywalk used to be a slum area where informal settlers resided. The local government turned the place into a park and provided resettlement for the residents. The residents were given livelihood as they were allowed to sell food and drinks in the baywalk.

Can you rent a bike at the Baywalk?

Some bikes and pedicabs are available for rent at a minimal price so that you can go around conveniently.

Are there restaurants nearby?

There is an array of food stalls where delicious local delicacies are sold at reasonable prices. On one side of the baywalk is an outdoor seafood market. You can choose to taste seafood and have them cooked the way you want it.

Is it open to the public daily?

Yes, it is open to the public daily. For early risers, the Baywalk is perfect for sunrise watching. Otherwise, sunset appreciation is equally a magnificent experience. It is also an excellent venue for taking stunning photos as the place is vibrant and full of life.

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