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Palawan is a land of majestic limestone cliffs, mountain ranges, primeval caves, underground river systems, picturesque coasts and breathtaking white sand coves, the province of Palawan is more than 1,700 islands and islets. It is a nature sanctuary, covered in a mantle of rainforests.

Palawan Exotic flora and fauna thrive in its lush interior. Its far-flung islets are the nesting ground of giant sea turtles, known locally as pawikan. Its waters are a paradise of living corals and colorful marine life. High among its limestone cliffs can be found the nests of swiftlets whose edible nests are the precious ingredient in the Chinese delicacy, nido soup. Palawan has been dubbed the "Cradle of Philippine Civilization". Several decades ago, the fossils of a 22,000-year-old cave dweller and other artifacts were discovered within a series of caverns called the Tabon Caves. Anthropologists believe the Tabon Man to have originated from Borneo. Today, 18% of Palawan's population is comprised of cultural minority groups such as the Tagbanua and the Tau't Bato.

Palawan was one of the first places reached by the Chinese using land bridges. They named the place Pa-lao-yu meaning "Land of BeautifulHarbours". The Malay people moved in during the 12th century, followed by the Spanish colonizers in the 17th century. The Spaniards took control of trade and agriculture and brought Catholicism to Palawan. The belief now is that Palawan came from the spanish word "Paragua" because the main island's shape resembles a closed umbrella. It was the Americans who established the province of Palawan in 1902.



It was in September 1944 when 24 Japanese warships taking cover near Coron's islands were bombarded and sunk by the US planes. These shipwrecks, reefs, and the abundant marine and coral life has made Coronan ideal diving destination.

Travelers should know that the culture of Palawan is one which focuses on the appreciation of the environment. This is because the area of Palawan consists of a unique natural environment which is considered as one of the most well-preserved in the world. "No to MINNING in Palawan Advocacy"

Please see attached presentation and details of Palawan BEACH Lot Listings.

For Details Pls. Contact:
MARISSA FE S. TABOR
Real Estate Licensed Broker
Contact: 09196923488
Email; mbrmls@gmail.com
Website: http://investpalawan.blogspot.com

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    • PALAWAN PROPERTIES 1.Marisse S. TaborReal Estate Licensed BrokerContact: 09196923588Email: mbrmls@gmail.comWebsite: http://investpalawan.blogspot.comPalawan is a land of majestic limestone cliffs, mountain ranges, primeval caves, underground river systems, picturesque coastsand breathtaking white sand coves, the province of Palawan is more than 1,700 islands and islets. It is a nature sanctuary,covered in a mantle of rainforests.Palawan Exotic flora and fauna thrive in its lush interior. Its far-flung islets are the nesting ground of giant sea turtles, knownlocally as pawikan. Its waters are a paradise of living corals and colorful marine life. High among its limestone cliffs can be foundthe nests of swiftlets whose edible nests are the precious ingredient in the Chinese delicacy, nido soup. Palawan has been dubbedthe "Cradle of Philippine Civilization". Several decades ago, the fossils of a 22,000-year-old cave dweller and other artifacts werediscovered within a series of caverns called the Tabon Caves. Anthropologists believe the Tabon Man to have originated fromBorneo. Today, 18% of Palawans population is comprised of cultural minority groups such as the Tagbanua and the Taut Bato.Palawan was one of the first places reached by the Chinese using land bridges. They named the place Pa-lao-yu meaning "Land ofBeautiful Harbours". The Malay people moved in during the 12th century, followed by the Spanish colonizers in the 17th century.The Spaniards took control of trade and agriculture and brought Catholicism to Palawan. The belief now is that Palawan camefrom the spanish word "Paragua" because the main islands shape resembles a closed umbrella. It was the Americans whoestablished the province of Palawan in 1902.It was in September 1944 when 24 Japanese warships taking cover near Corons islands were bombarded and sunk by the USplanes. These shipwrecks, reefs, and the abundant marine and coral life has made Coron an ideal diving destination.Travelers should know that the culture of Palawan is one which focuses on the appreciation of the environment. This is becausethe area of Palawan consists of a unique natural environment which is considered as one of the most well-preserved in the world.
    • 2.1. PROPERTY ADDRESS: Macatumbalen Poblacion, San Vicente Palawan 1.1 Property Type: Beach Lot 1.2 Lot Area: 36,429 Square Meter 1.3 Beachfront Length: 87 Meters 1.4 Type of Property: Titled 1.5 Price: Php 4000.00 per Square
    • Macatumbalen Poblacion, San Vicente Palawan 3
    • 4Macatumbalen Poblacion, San Vicente Palawan
    • 5.2. PROPERTY ADDRESS: Barangay Mangingisda Puerto Princesa City Palawan 2.1 Property Type: Beach Lot 2.2 Lot Area: 6 hectares + 19 hectars 2.3 Type of Property: 6 has Titled plus 19 hectars Tax Dec 2.4 Price: Php 160 Million net
    • 6.: Barangay Mangingisda Puerto Princesa City Palawan BEACH LOT
    • Barangay Mangingisda Puerto Princesa City Palawan 7. BEACH LOTBarangay Mangingisda Puerto Princesa City Palawan
    • 8.Barangay Mangingisda Puerto Princesa City Palawan
    • 3 . PROPERTY ADDRESS: San Vecinte 9. 3.1 Lot Area: 3,869 square meters. 3.2 Type of Property: Beach Lot 3.3 Price: Php 3,500.00 Per Square Meter
    • SAN VECINTE PALAWAN 10.
    • 4. PROPERTY ADDRESS: Tanabag Puerto Princesa Palawan 4.1 Property Type: Beach Lot, Along National Highway going to North Km 64 Facing Honda Bay. 4.2 Lot Area: 136,704 sqm 4.3 Price: Php 500.00 Per Square Meter