Whether to go a hidden lagoon or a secluded beach is a hard choice for a person who is spoiled for tropical treasures but here in the Philippines, you can have your cake (or the local desert, Halo Halo) and eat it too. With over 7,000 islands to explore, the choice can be tough, but on closer inspection The Philippines’s largest province Palawan proves the ultimate winner with magnificent bio-diverse landscapes waiting to be explored. Palawan’s beauty is defined by its 50 shades of blue waters that surround the province and its majestic seascapes that easily rival South East Asia’s more famous natural wonders Halong Bay and the Phi Phi Islands. Palawan is an adventure lover’s paradise with small fishing village and sleepy tourist town Coron ticking all boxes with its proximately to hiking, world-class snorkelling, scuba diving and island-hopping expeditions.
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